Savers Shopping Party!



Last night I was joined by several other area Kansas City bloggers for a fun shopping and media night at Savers! (midnight snaKC, Fashion Plate KC, Mommypalooza, and Of Life and Style) We shopped the night away looking for treasures and trying on so many amazing things! We all scored some great new pieces to wear into spring and for the upcoming week of Kansas City Fashion Week event! I scored a brand new dress that will be perfect for upcoming bridal events and two new pairs of shoes! Whoo Hoo! 

As a stylist and blogger I have become more and more interested in the thrift shopping experience. Thrift shopping is great option for those who love to express their style with unique pieces. It is the best way to score name brand merchandise and trend pieces without breaking your budget. It also serves as a great way to give back to the community and recycle unwanted or older items from your closet. This is also a great tool I use as a closet consultant when helping my clients refresh their wardrobes. 

Savers has 330 stores across the US and Canada. The stores are redefining the thrift shopping experience with clean, bright aisles that are neatly organized into specific departments, with labeled shelves and racks. With 10,000 new items added daily, there really is something for everyone! The Overland Park location is very spacious with aisle after aisle of almost new, well taken care of, clean, and organized merchandise. I even noticed several items with original tags still attached!

Shopping at Savers offers several benefits, recycling these amazing goods is beneficial to our community! The Overland Park Savers partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City. That means when someone donates a sweater, shirt, or jeans, it helps Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City serve at-risk through mentor-ship opportunities. 




Thank you so much to Savers in Overland Park for hosting a fun night of shopping! 



**This post is a collaboration between Jana Style and Savers. All opinions are my own. 

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