Eva Mendes might have all the money in the world, but that doesn't mean she doesn't appreciate a good bargain. In fact, Eva probably spends less money on her clothes than most of us do. She recently revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that she buys most of her clothing at Salvation Army and Goodwill. "I just love the find, looking, and I am cheap, so I really like that--a bargain," she told Ellen. "Nothing gets me like a $4 dress. I mean it's amazing." Wow and I thought I was a frugal fashionista!
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And it's not like Eva is sending her vintage pieces to a tailor either. She's actually fixing them up herself. "So I get them and then what I do is make the repairs at home on my own and stuff like that and now I get to do that on a larger scale," she said referring to her vintage-inspired clothing line for New York & Company. Her spring line launches on March 19. Let's just hope that gorgeous polka-dot she wore on Ellen (also known as the Arianna Dress from her collection) is available at an affordable price. But just in case it's not, here are a few spring dresses all for just 30 bucks or less!
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