Looking Like a Million on a Budget
Dressing well does not have to cost a fortune. If you take a little time to plan your needs and treat your wardrobe like the investment that it is, you can make a little go a long way. You can also look like you spend a lot of money on your clothes when all you are really doing is combining a few well-chosen, high-quality pieces. Below are several ways you can be frugal and still look like a million bucks *Take an inventory of your closet and make a list of things you need. Buying from a list will keep you focused and curb impulse buying. *Buy the best quality of clothes that you can afford.
They'll last longer, wear better, and ultimately, save you more money than buying inferior-quality pieces. *Buy classic styles. These will stand the test of time and not date you as easily as buying into trends. *Opt for mix-and-match separates. If you buy carefully, a little will go a long way.
Five well-chosen shirts combined with two pairs of pants will give you ten combinations, for example. Two head-to-toe ensembles that don't go with anything else will only give you two combinations. *Try for a primary color scheme. Build your wardrobe around three to five colors that look good on you. Not only will this allow you more mix-and-match opportunities, it will reduce the number of accessories that you need. *Opt for solids over patterns. Solids mix and match more easily and are less easily remembered than prints.which will make you look like you have a lot more clothes than you really do. *Buy on sale whenever possible. Join your favorite store's mailing list to take advantage of "insider" sales notifications.
With a little bit of persistence, you can find quality pieces at affordable prices. .
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