Getting glam and staying trendy can be a bit spendy so why not hit the mall in a whole new way. Nothing wrong with shaking it up and trying new things. Reporter: In an effort to track down some... See More
Getting glam and staying trendy can be a bit spendy so why not hit the mall in a whole new way. Nothing wrong with shaking it up and trying new things. Reporter: In an effort to track down some stylish finds that respect on my radar I met up with daisy Lewellyn who gave me the fashion 411. Our first stop, forever 21. I think sometimes these stores are so big and so much going on that I don't even know where to start. Daisy's first savvy shopping tip, arrive early. The stores are nice and neat and organized so the earlier you come the more you can see all the great merchandise. They've put the big trends that they're pushing at the moment in the front. Now, this is a great example of something on trend and right in front of the store. Can you see Michelle Obama wearing this? I could see me wearing this. Why go first lady when you can go right here. Keep your eye out for classic items like blazers and camis. Bright Orange blazer, a great color, zipper is very on trend but still wearable and how much is it? $15. $15.80. We all need camis. Hello work pumps. Colors are a huge trend and these are $29. Reporter: What's an outfit without accessories. Next stop, Claire's. Sometimes diamonds are a girl's best friend but sometimes it's her friend, cubic zirconia. They're $12.50. Reporter: Cuff earrings. A fashion must have like Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Watson both rocking cuffs on the red carpet. Sometimes trends can cost a lot of money but you don't really wear them all the time so Claire's is a great option, $5.50. Reporter: Searching for the latest fad don't be scared to double back to some of the stores of yesteryear. Get over the loud music and all the teenagers that are in there but if you get in there and get your hands dirty you'll definitely find a few things.
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