Check the tag before you buy: Always read the tag before you buy clothes. If you buy a dry-clean-only clothe, you’ll keep paying for it each time you drag up to the cleaners. So it is recommended to stick to machine-washable and save your clothes.
Shop thriftily: Wearing well doesn’t always mean to buy clothes with heavy price tag. It’s not always that big store and branded shops can decorate and adorn you. You must make your shopping for clothes thriftily by looking in small outlets and women clothing online.
Find vouchers and coupons: Check out deals and promotional offers before you shop online or in-store. Once you are fixed about where to shop, you must research about the deal, discount and offer running at that physical shop or women online shopping store.
Take much care of your clothes: Remember to wash your clothes in a mild way and even line-dry them – they’ll last the best in this way. For delicate garments or clothes that may shrink, you must always wash them by hand. If you take care of your clothes, you’ll get years of use out of them.
Buy out of season clothes: Retailers put out-dated clothing on clearance to clear their stockpile from their stores. You can save a load of money buying clothing when you don’t require it – like a winter wear in May or a swimsuit in December or January.
Repurpose old clothes: You must re-create your clothes, if you’re practical with a needle & thread – or scissors. With your creative instinct turn something you’re no longer wearing into something else. Like cut the legs off your old jeans and turn them into Capris. Or convert old shirts into tank tops and a skirts.
Don’t buy it because it’s on sale: You must never buy clothes unless you really need them – even if they’re on sale. 30% off on sale isn’t a good treat if you don’t put on 99 %of the time.
Buy basics clothes from general brands: Your basics clothes don’t need an exclusive label. Buy T-shirts, tank tops,…