Depending on how well you stuck to your weight loss goals, when summer comes to an end, you will be putting away those clothes that are too big for you now, or those that feel a little snug. Why is it that just the mention of the word diet sends my metabolism into survival mode? This fall, I’ll be a member of Team Snug, but I am still determined to loosen those seams up. I took walks. To the bar. I ate vegetables. That came in my drink. I abstained from sweets and chocolate. Until I didn’t… You know the drill. Fortunately for me, I’m an avid Groupon shopper and one of my favorite stores, Lord and Taylor consistently offers great deals through Groupon. I’ve saved as much as 75% off women’s apparel using Groupons on items for my whole family. Lord & Taylor stocks end of the season goodies that will ease you into fall in style.
Shopping with Groupons is a great way to save time and money because you never have to leave home or interrupt your busy work day. You can go online and shop for all the shoes, booties, pumps and sandals from top designers like Ralph Lauren, Nine West, Coach and so many more. It’s like having a personal shopper at your service. In fact, if you do need help putting a look together, just let their helpful sales associates know the occasion and the budget, and they’ll work faster than Cinderella’s mice. You can pay less and look great when you shop with Groupons. Groupons are gladly accepted by the merchants who team up to bring you these great savings, and there are no deadlines to remember or coupons to clip. You just apply the savings online at check out, and some are good online and instore.
You can get great discounts on smartly tailored dresses and business wear, boots and shoes for him, and plenty of wardrobe boosters for them. Plus, they offer more than fashionable items for you to wear; you can also spruce up your home décor with incredible pieces for every room in the house. I’m even going to use a Groupon code to grab some swimwear, in the smaller size of course. They will fit perfectly by next spring. After all, dreams do come true.