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Are you fashion-forward? Do you want to look your best without breaking the bank?
In this blog post, we'll go over some of the best strategies for how to save money on clothes. If you're looking to stay up-to-date but never want to pay retail again, we've got some great ways to save money on your purchases.
Read on for more information.
This one may seem like a no-brainer, but it's often overlooked. Many people write charity shops off as places filled with clothing for the elderly or outdated fashions, but that isn't always the case.
If you have the patience, you can almost always find a deal, and sometimes, you'll even find on-trend clothes.
It's not uncommon for people to get rid of clothing for a variety of reasons, including that the clothes they've purchased online don't fit and it's past the time they can return it.
As such, you may find clothes that have never even been worn, or hardly worn. And, they'll often be for a lot cheaper than you'd buy them at retail.
You know the saying, "There's an app for that?" Well, that's true of finding second-hand clothing as well. Apps like Depop let anyone list clothing then browse items.
You can purchase items straight from the app, and the seller will dispatch them to your home. If you're interested in off-loading clothes and getting some money for it, it's also a great place to do so.
Depop is one of the most famous and trusted for second-hand clothing, but you can also try eBay and other similar auction or second-hand sites.
Love the luxe look but can't afford it? No worries. Buy an item via a consignment store.
What's a consignment store, you ask? Well, it's similar to a second-hand shop, but it deals in more luxurious items. Think high fashion handbags, shoes, and clothing.
When a person no longer wants an item, they'll give it to the store. But instead of getting money upfront for it, the store will log it in its database. If someone purchases the item, the former owner will split the sale with the store.
As such, you can find a lot of lightly used second-hand designer items for a fraction of the price. It's a great way to get your hands on classic designer staples without breaking the bank.
Shopping between seasons is a great way to get your hands on the latest items for the next season or to wear at the moment. In between seasons, stores often have sales on both the clothing they're phasing out and the new items they're putting on shelves.
This is so that they can have enough space for the items they're putting out.
So if it's late-summer, consider hitting up stores for their end-of-summer sales. You'll be able to snag that gorgeous summer dress for your late-summer holiday on sale as well as find some autumn staples at reduced prices.
Have you ever heard of add-on browser extensions that can help you save money? They do exist, and they're a great way to find the best deals without having to scour the Internet for codes.
For example, Honey is a browser add on that searches every website your purchase from for discount codes. It will automatically give you the discount code that gives you the most money off. Additionally, you earn points for every pound you spend while using the extension.
Over time, you can use these add-ons for things like gift certificates to Amazon and cash. Not only do you get the lowest prices, but you also basically get money back for everything you buy.
No one likes to get junk in their emails. But when your favourite store is having a 50% off sale, you'll definitely be opening that.
Look at your shopping habits and determine which stores you shop at the most for clothing and the stores you wish to continue shopping at. Sign up for these store's mailing lists so that you can be sure to know when their items go on sale.
What's more is that most stores will give you an incentive to sign up for their mailing list, such as 10 to 20% off your purchase.
One way to keep your clothing budget on the lower side is to invest in basic staples and stick to lower-quality brands for trendy items you won't wear more than one season.
For example, every woman needs a good pair of jeans and a good pair of black heels. Invest in an expensive and good quality pair of both—ones you know will hold up over time.
Want a cute peasant top you know you won't wear after this summer? Go to your local fast fashion outlet or charity shop. This way, you'll cut down on your seasonal spending if you only replace staple items once in a while.
How to save money on clothes depends largely on the type of shopper you are and the type of clothing you're after. But, using coupons, watching for sales, and investing in the basics are all key tips for ensuring you look hot without being totally broke.
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