We all know someone who is the epitome of suave. Whenever they enter the room, they are dressed to the nines and demand respect. Their impeccable sense of style can leave you feeling inferior. “How can I improve my wardrobe without breaking my budget and tapping into my savings account” you may find yourself asking. Thankfully this guide is here to get you on your way to having a whole new sense of style without spending more than you need to. Consider some of these practical and real-world tips and tricks the next time you go shopping. Your wallet and your closet will thank you.
Always Go Directly to the Source Whenever Possible
While stores like Macy’s, Dillard’s, and JCPenney are convenient because they offer one-stop shopping and a large selection of brands they are rarely the cheapest places to purchase your items. If you know what you are in the market for it is always best to go to the manufacturer first.
- Looking for a new pair of Nikes? Head on over to their website for the best deals on shoes.
- Need a new old navy sweater? Their outlet store will consistently have the best deals.
- Looking for a new pair of glasses? Check out the Groupon Coupons page for Coastal for excellent savings and awesome frames. No matter what you are buying the manufacturer will always have the best deals.
Check out Consignment Shops for Great Deals
As new fashions come out every week, old fashions are routinely made obsolete faster than many stores can sell them. This can leave many consumers looking for consignment shops to make a return on some of their out of season clothing or clothing they no longer wear. This is good news for you! This savings is passed down to the buyer. You can routinely save upwards of hundreds of dollars on high-end items at the consignment shop. Consider this suggestion the next time you go shopping for clothing or high-end designer accessories or coats.
With these two tips you will be well on your way toward a new and updated wardrobe at a fraction of the cost you were expecting. So go on, get out there and shop guilt free!