Last days of summer fashions at prices you’ll love at Goodwill

August brings with it some good news as well as a bit of bad. Bad news first; as we roll full speed ahead into August, we, unfortunately, prepare to say goodbye to summer.  The good news, however, is there is no better time to stock up on excellent summer gear than the end of summer? So let’s focus on the good news and talk about a few items you’ll want to load up on for next year’s summer heatwave.

Tank tops – winter, spring, summer or fall, tank tops never go out of style because they are always appropriate and fitting for our fashion needs, especially during the hot days of summer.  But as back to school draws near, and end of summer sales are in full bloom it’s the perfect time to grab as many tanks as your arms can carry– so versatile they can be styled to meet every look and trend in any decade.

Swimwear – if you’re one who lives by the pool during the summer months, then there is no better time to shop swimwear than the end of summer. Find the perfect one-piece or mix and match two-piece tops and bottoms giving you summer body goals for next year if you’re up for the challenge. Don’t forget the cute cover-ups, flip flop shoes, and sunglasses you’ll need to set off your summertime poolside ensemble.

Back 2 School Kids Shorts and Dresses – with fall inventory arriving as we speak, you’ll find summer clothing at unbelievably low prices. And when you shop Goodwill, expect prices on back to school clothing for kids marked at prices too good to be true. However, you can believe your eyes because Goodwill has always been your back to school “go-to” for the best quality clothing for kids of all ages at the lowest prices anywhere.

 Are you shopping this weekend? Then you’re in luck because you’ll shop ‘Tax-Free’ at any one of our Ohio stores this weekend August 2nd – August 4th on purchases $75 bucks and under plus receive 50% off clothing, shoes, and housewares (white tags excluded). Let’s be honest; you won’t find prices lower prices even if you tried!

Alisha Moore-Woolfork
Fashion Advisor