Jill Duggar Confesses She Still Wears Her Sister’s Hand-Me-Downs To Save Money

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Source: TLC

Dec. 25 2018, Updated 1:15 p.m. ET

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Jill Duggar is doing everything she can to save money. With her husband Derick Dillard in law school and no Counting On income to rely on, the mom of two recently confessed her money-saving secret: relying on hand-me-downs from her sister!

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Jill recently posted a photo of herself and her husband on a date (where they sat on the same side of the table). One fan loved Jill’s ensemble and asked, “Where did you get your outfit?”

“Hand me downs,” Jill replied. “I guess I can still call them that if they come from my older sister’s closet. Haha,” she wrote.

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It isn’t unusual for a Duggar to wear second-hand clothing. Jim Bob and Michelle often bought their children’s clothing at thrift shops when they were younger.

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However, some of the Duggar kids have begun branching out. Jinger even took her brothers shopping at an Old Navy when they visited her in Laredo, TX!

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It looks like Jill is sticking to old habits, though, especially since her household doesn’t have a steady income. In November 2017, TLC fired Derick from Counting On after his transphobic Twitter rant, and now, he’s in law school. Fans have often questioned how the family could be affording Derick’s education, especially since Jill is a stay at home mom.

What do you think of Jill relying on hand-me-downs from her sister to save money? Sound off in the comments below!


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