TK Maxx from the outside doesn’t really look that appealing and perhaps when you first walk into the store you have this “OMG where do I start?!” feeling.
Here are my top tips for spotting a designer bargain or two, next time your shopping in there:
- Don’t go with the intention of purchasing something specific – you’ll just get frustrated and give up
- TK Maxx is great for the simple things like handbags, purses, shoes, sportswear & perfume
- If you see it, and you like it, then buy it! – it will not be there in a day or two!
- Don’t just buy it because it’s cheap – if it’s not fulfilling an existing gap in your wardrobe then question if you really need it?!
- Be prepared to buy out of season – I bought my wellies on one of the hottest and driest days of the year
- TK Maxx is also very good for homeware
- If you spot damaged on your item – be sure to ask for extra discount!
- Not every TK Maxx is the same – I find some better than others – my favourites are St Albans and London Colney
|These Birkenstocks should have been £40, I paid £25|
|Mid-calf Hunter Boots, normally £59.99, I paid £35|