Tips on Saving Money on Clothes by infodude

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Are you craving for the newest designer clothes, a pretty tank top, and that pretty
dress? All this fashion comes at a price   you choose.


Buying clothes these days is always a choice between the designer-made outfit or those
cheap but quality items that you could pull together and express your personality in
many different ways.


Most experts contend that clothes can definitely make or break a person. They say that
your personality is usually reflected on how you dress up. But it does not necessarily
mean that good fashion would absolutely mean expensive clothes.


Hence, you can still make a remarkable fashion statement without having to spend
hundreds or even thousands of dollars just for your clothes.


Here is a list of some money-saving tips when buying clothes that would turn other
peoples heads to you but would not definitely break your wallet.


1. Do the math


Choosing fashionable clothes can be really tricky, not unless you know how to do the
math! So before you buy three sets of clothes that would cost you hundreds of dollars,
try to go for the budget-friendly dozen of items that you can even match alternatively.


The number of expensive items that your money can buy is definitely doubled or even
tripled when you buy cheaper ones but can still make a good fashion statement.


2. Know what you want


on something. If you know what you want, this means that you have researched the item,
have compared them with the other items, you will be able to come up with the lowest
price of the product.


3. Drive your way to a thrift store


Usually, these thrift stores are non-profit organizations. This means that they are
usually operating for charity. They give their proceeds to some charitable
institutions.


Hence, the prices of the clothes being sold in the thrift store are absolutely cheaper



shop for the quality.


Nowadays, you just have to be practical. Better spend your money on more important
things than those designer clothes.

								
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