‘I won’t have to go shopping for a bit’


There’s nothing like a clothing hack that works and saves you money. 

Tyler Wright, aka sir_tyler_wright_the_1st on TikTok, shared his simple trick for making a small shirt bigger. Wright’s method requires only a few household ingredients — and based on the results in the video, it actually works.

“First video,” Wright wrote in the caption. “This has saved me hundreds of dollars and I hope it helps you out as well!”

Wright starts off with a black T-shirt that fits him a bit snugly. Next he puts 1 tbsp. hair conditioner into a large bucket of warm water and

Buy Target and Ulta Stock for a Back-to-School Season Like No Other


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A worker stocks shelves of back-to-school supplies at a Target store on August 3, 2020 in Colma, California.

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While many school districts are still trying to hash out a plan for the new academic year, one thing that’s certain is the back-to-school, or BTS, shopping season will look very different than in years past. That’s good news for
and Ulta Beauty, writes Cowen & Co.

While BTS season is usually a boon for some retailers, analyst Oliver Chen says it could be a headwind this year, as shoppers buy less clothing and seek out

Poshmark sellers become Instagram influencers for sales, brand deals

  • Poshmark is a social shopping app where users can resell clothing from their own closets or thrift stores. Some sellers earn tens of thousands of dollars in sales.
  • Some Poshmark resellers are using social-media apps like Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok to not only grow their audiences, but also drive sales.
  • “I think I would still be making a part-time income if it wasn’t for Instagram,” said Coco Cohen of Color Resale, a full-time Poshmark reseller from Portland, Oregon.
  • Business Insider spoke with several Poshmark resellers about their social-media accounts and how they are using them to build their brands.
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Texans can shop tax-free Aug. 7-9 for school supplies, clothes, shoes despite COVID


School may be starting later than normal for many students, as officials push back start dates trying to slow the spread of coronavirus.

But mark your calendar because the Texas sales tax-free holiday — the one weekend each year when most school supplies, clothes, shoes and backpacks that cost less than $100 are tax free — is Aug. 7-9. The tax-free weekend includes online purchaases.

Depending on the city’s tax rate, shoppers should save about $8 on every $100 spent.

Families with children in school are projected to spend about $789.49 and families with college students are expected to