Families with many children can find themselves in a tight budget but now, there is a way to make money, save money and still get the same quality items that can be found anywhere else.
Kid's Closet Connection is the fastest-growing consignment sale in the nation and shoppers save up to 90 percent off retail.
With franchises across the nation, locals in Virginia hustled to Kid's Closet Connection, shopping for brand names like Gymboree and Janie and Jack.
"Normally we have this in October instead of this late but they said they've loved it because they can buy the Christmas stuff - toys, clothing, we have this great car bed for a twin bed any little kid would love so it's a great way to save money for the holidays," says Barbra Childs, co-owner of the Clarke County Kid's Closet franchise.
Other than clothes, there was a wide selection of toys, books, and even a little something for the moms.
"They make money if they're selling their clothes because they make 70% and the community, even in a recession or if we're not in recession, you're getting the same outfit, you're saving money on it and it's good quality," says Debora Richardson, also a co-owner of the Clarke County franchise.
The items are gently used, but some are brand new and still have tags on them.
Consignors bring in the items and everytime of their items get sold, they make a 70 percent profit, money that can then be used for their own spending.
Richardson says as a mother herself, she has also benefited from this.
"I thought it was a really good concept my kids have always outgrown their clothes so fast and two, that people are always having kids it's something that's always going to be a need," adds Richardson.
One shopper says she loves consignment sales and has been doing it for many years.
"You can find things that are in perfect condition, sometimes the tags are still on there that are brand new that would normally be much more expensive at a department store," says Stephanie Baker, a frequent consignor.
The items are always checked to make sure it is in good condition and consignors will receive their check within 14 days after the sale.
The Clarke County Kid's Closet sale will have their last day on Sunday, Dec.2, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. where all items will be half off.