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Thrifty, Nifty eBay: Polka Dots

I'm introducing an ongoing feature on my site today that I thought of last night, in light of the economic times we are all facing right now. It's going to be links to deals and bargains currently on eBay for fun finds and hip items. Hopefully, saving you some time and money! A lot of people are initmidated by eBay, so I thought this may make the search process a little easier as well because it can be scary when you get a zillion results on a search. Depending on the response I get, I'll continue...if it's a bust, I won't!
So, up for today, everything polka dots. I was inspired by this search because my friend Katy has this great polka dot scarf she bought at the J. Crew outlet. I knew I wouldn't be getting there soon, so the first place I went was eBay.

These are all listings ending today, with polka dots, and all currently under $50.00.









4 vintage Libbey glasses polka dot small juice/cocktail





Comments

  1. Oh I do love Ebay! Can you believe I won a FABULOUS Lilly dress this morning for 19.99??? Im obsessed. I'm never going to the mall again, Ebay is where its at!

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  2. Thanks for doing this!! What a great idea. Love the polka-dots!

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  3. you are a smartie! what a fantastic idea!

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  4. I'm totally in love with all of your ebay finds. I especially love the dress and the scarf!

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  5. FUN stuff! I'm going to have to link to you again on my trend blog - Hanging In My Closet

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  6. Ooh, polka dots! I love polka dots! They are so retro/classic/fun!

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  7. I have gotten so many comments about the Scarf. ILOVE it! Anyway, I love the red dress too! Might be a little booby-ish with 2 little ones but so cute! (If I lived on an island!)

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