How to shop for your mom’s clothes

Dress shopping has become more complex in recent years, with many stores selling items online and some selling directly from the manufacturer.

Here are some tips to help you get started.

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Check out the price tag and compare with other online retailers.

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Look for a “family” item, like a dress or jacket.

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Look up the item’s description and size.

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Check the company’s store to make sure they have a good assortment of colors, sizes, and materials.

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Try to buy items that fit your family’s lifestyle.

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Shop online and check out the store’s social media pages.

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Shop through multiple retailers and see what they have to offer.

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If you can’t find a specific product, try to shop in-person.

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Shop in-store, too.

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Ask friends and family members to shop with you.

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If it’s not available, consider picking up a gift from the local Target or Walgreens.

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Make sure you get a discount if you shop in the same aisle.

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If the items you’re looking for are expensive, you can always pick up more.

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Ask a friend or relative to do it for you.

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Get a coupon online.

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Use coupons for gift cards or merchandise.

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Try out online deals at Target, Walmart, or Target’s own website.

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Try the store locator tool on the local newspaper, online store, or TV station.

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Keep an eye out for sales on clearance items.

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Keep track of any promotions.

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Try local grocery stores, such as Whole Foods and Safeway.

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Check if the local store offers special sales.

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If there’s a coupon for an online gift card, you might also consider using it. 24.

Make a list of things you want and get them to your local store.

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Ask about the prices on clearance merchandise.

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Shop at local markets.

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Check local stores’ websites to find out if they carry other family-friendly items.

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Find online retailers with coupons.

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Make your own shopping lists and keep them organized.

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Get some help with shopping online.

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Make an appointment to buy or borrow something from a store.

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Check store coupons online and at your local post office.

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Check with your local Post Office to get mail delivered to your house.

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Look at other stores’ discounts to see if they offer a special deal.

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Check online to see what is available for kids.

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Visit a local children’s hospital to make an appointment.

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Look online for discounts at health centers.

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Check a store’s website to see how many children can fit into their shopping cart.

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Shop on the Internet for deals on clothes and accessories.

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Use a coupon code on your mobile phone or tablet to get an extra 15 percent off.

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Shop the store on the phone or in-app.

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Check Amazon’s gift cards for coupons.

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Check coupons on the mail service.

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Check stores’ promotions to see when items will be available.

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Check for online promotions.

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Shop with your family.

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Keep tabs on local events.

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Check social media to see local events in person.

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Check websites like Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram to find coupons and discounts.

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Check back on local news to find discounts.

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Look to see a variety of local businesses and retailers.

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Keep a record of purchases for future reference.

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Keep in touch with local stores to get the latest deals and specials.

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Keep your local neighborhood updated on local festivals.

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Ask your family and friends for help in shopping.

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Keep up to date on local government policy changes.

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Read local news about government policies.

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Check Facebook or Twitter to stay up-to-date on local issues.

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Talk to your friends about local issues and politics.

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Read blogs and news articles about local events and events in your area.

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Keep the news about local government and government policy to yourself.

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Check to see whether there are any coupons available.

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Visit local grocery shops for coupons or promotions.

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Check your local newspaper or website for information on coupons.

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Keep detailed records of purchases and events.

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Check what local events are happening around the world.

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Keep notes on your shopping trip.

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Find out how much your local grocery store is charging.

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Check how often local stores have a sale on their website.

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Use the discount code on the checkout receipt to get a free item or gift card.

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Use coupon codes to get free items or gift cards.

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Check in with your nearest grocery store to see where they offer special discounts.

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Use code on checkout receipt for a free delivery or delivery by mail.