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Washable Runway-Inspired Looks on a Budget (Under $100!) with Tide [Sponsored]

Washable runway inspired looks with Tide Pods

This year at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Tide is encouraging fashionistas everywhere to use Tide Pods with their favorite washable garments to keep colors bright and looking their best! As a Budget Babe, we always take care instructions seriously as it adds to the total cost of maintaining one's closet - so when I see "Machine Washable" on the label, I'm a happy girl! That's why I was surprised to see this under-$100 DKNY dress is machine washable - yes, washable can be fashionable!

In fact, this season you'll see a variety of surprisingly washable clothing on the runways within many designers Fall 2015 Collections, including Charlotte Ronson, Erin Fetherston and Richard Chai. It's all part of Tide’s Washable Fashion movement to encourage more designers to think about the fabrics incorporated into their collections and offer consumers a way to more easily care for their designer garments at home.

Tide Pods are so convenient and simple to use to care for your favorite fashions. It's the best way to care for the fashions you love most! The multi-chamber laundry detergent cleans, fight stains and brights all in one amazing little pod! Just be sure to put them in the washer FIRST and then add your clothes. #protip

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To purchase Tide Pods, visit the P&G Store.

FTC Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Tide and Style Coalition.
pretty dress! Love the color
#1 mel (Homepage) on 2015-02-17 11:06 (Reply)
Love this dress, fabulous colour for Spring
#2 Louise (Homepage) on 2015-02-17 18:15 (Reply)
Where's the jacket from?
#3 Allison on 2015-02-19 10:41 (Reply)
#3.1 The Budget Babe on 2015-02-19 16:16 (Reply)
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