Budget Savvy

You don’t have to spend a lot of money to look good, smell good, decorate your house nicely or have style in your life. Often those who have money do not have style, they get caught up in the “It” beg, the brand names, what the celebs are wearing. When I see a stylish woman in the airport or on the street and compliment her on her boots, her coat, her dress I am often told that the garment or accessory was inherited from a mom, bought on sale, found at a thrift store. Women of style know that quality is far more important then quantity, and a high-dollar price tag does not equate quality.

I am happy to know I am not alone in these beliefs, and there is a new eMagazine that is all about this concept. Budget Savvy is a magazine created by Melissa Tosetti; it is about living a fabulous life without breaking the bank. Food, entertainment, home, beauty and fashion can all be achieved beautifully and at a reasonable price. This magazine has articles, links and tidbits to help you achieve a gorgeous, budget-savvy existence. Enjoy!


  1. Anonymous
    November 21, 2006 / 1:57 am

    i will check out this site. But I think you are totally right. Any billionare house wife can walk into Chanel and she will leave perfectly dressed. i think it takes much for effort and creativity to combine vintage, forever 21, designer pieces, and so on…

    i also read a quote once that i totally agree with, it was that if someone doesn’t know where you get your clothes that it’s a good thing.

    anywho i think style always trumps fashion.

  2. Anonymous
    November 2, 2006 / 7:08 am

    It looks pretty interesting. Thanks for letting us know about it!

  3. Anonymous
    November 1, 2006 / 3:58 pm

    The magazine sounds exciting; thanks for sharing. I love thrift stores and consignment shops. I grew up with absolutely NO money – at the end of the month we would often have no food or gas and no money to get any – and I cannot bring myself to pay retail prices for clothing. It’s ridiculous! My in-laws love garage sales, but I don’t like to get up that early.

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