Giveaway: Back to School with Zulily

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by on August 18, 2010

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If you haven’t checked out Zulily yet- you will want to since they offer amazing deals for moms, babies, and kids each day. It is a perfect site to look at Back to School items since they offer different deals every day.

They have some of the cutest clothes- and today they also have up to 40% off KidKraft, which offers various organizational items to help with Back to School. But when you find incredible deals like this, you will want to act fast since they won’t last long.image

Looking for adorable baby and/or kids clothes?

Zulily really has a great selection, like this dress from the Baby Nay collection. Styles are casual and cute, without becoming overly precious—perfect for the girl who loves to dress up a little every day. High-quality fabrics and craftsmanship mean the clothes will stand up to lots of wear.

image Match the dress with these adorable L’Amour Mary Janes for girls. Not only are they super stylish, but these mary janes are finely crafted from top-quality materials for durability. Plus, they’re comfy!

Zulily offers a wide variety of styles, sizes, and choices for baby, kids, and even mom. If you are expecting- you’ll want to check out some of the maternity styles, too (very cute!).

WIN IT!

Thanks to Zulily, 1 lucky reader will win the Baby Nat Dress (4T) and L’Amour sandles (size 9) shown. Total retail value $99.00.

1) Leave me a comment sharing your favorite back to school style tip.

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4) Tweet: “I just entered to win a Cute Toddler Outfit courtesy of Zulily via @SavingSense http://bit.ly/aIfF9m #wingiveaways”

Please make sure you leave a comment for each entry! This giveaway ends Monday, August 23, 2010  at 12:00 PM MST. The winner will be chosen using random.org.

And don’t forget to enter a Zulily giveaway on these blogs, too:

Balancing Beauty and Bedlam
Bargain Briana
Common Sense With Money
Coupon Cravings
Mommin It Up
Moms Need to Know
Mommy Snacks
Passion for Savings
Southern Savers
Stretching a Buck

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    My favorite tip that my mom always told me was to “wear something that’s you, don’t worry about what’s “in” or “out”… if you like it, then wear it”.

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    At the school where I teach, the big thing is wearing two different plaids…one on top and one on the bottom! That is definitely a style don’t…

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    To give my daughter some independence without having her look like punky brewster, I lay out 3 outfits and let her choose which she’d like to where.

  • Lentil

    Style tip — go with classics, but add a little bit of fun!

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    I let my son pick out his own back to school clothes. He usually goes with polo shirts and khakis.

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    my best tip let your kids help pick out clothese because whatever i buy by myself they think is ugly so its a big waste if not worn

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    Buying clothes off season! :)

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    Stock up during sales for supplies.

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    Jeans ans a tee or polo never go out of style…mine like colorful socks too, thanks.

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