Staying Fashionable on Budget


We all love clothes, especially going to the mall to shop for clothes be it for prom, casual outing or a wedding party. But sometimes shopping for clothes can put a dent in your bank account, especially when it has those expensive brands. When you’re juggling between saving your money but still want to stay fashionable, it is possible although hard. In this article, we’re going to give you some tips on staying fashionable while staying on budget, read more to know how to do it.

Know what you want

Before you start to buy clothes make sure you make a list, a list of your budget and what kind of clothes are you looking for. Doing this will ensure you to stay on budget, getting the clothes that you need and avoiding any impulse on buying things that look nice but you don’t need. Our suggestion is to check out online websites such as lularoe my lularoe as they provide selections of women’s clothing that you might like.

Ignore the brand

If you’re not trying to impress someone on a date, why bother buying expensive branded clothes? For example, if you need a cardigan, don’t bother getting from branded stores as they can cost double or triple the price you can get from a distro, which will save you a lot of money. Another tip is to buy from new brands as they are usually cheaper from the start.

Sell what you don’t need

In your closet, there must be something that you never wear again, be it a jacket or pants, and you can’t throw it away because it’s still in excellent condition. If so, why not sell it to someone else? Selling your clothes through an online website such as eBay or Amazon will help you get some money back, which you can use to buy new clothes.

Tip: Sell your clothes in a bundle or a set to entice the customer to buy from you.

photographyBorrow instead of buying

There are several occasions where you have to buy something unusual, such as buying a dress for a wedding party, which can be expensive and you only wear it once! Instead of buying the dress which can cause a hole in your bank account, consider borrowing the clothes that you need from your friends, relatives or even your neighbor. And if in worst case scenario that they don’t have anything to borrow, consider renting as it’ll cost you way less than buying something that you only wear once.