Your salary finally came in, and even though you have been eyeing that perfect pair of pumps with the gigantic sale sign hanging above in the store near the office, you know that once you check your bank account balance with dreaded fear, the only thing you’ll get out of the hard-earned cash is an unwanted reality check.
If you have seen the film Confessions of a Shopaholic and found yourself sympathizing with the stunning and equally talented Isla Fisher too many times to count, bookmark this page and save it to your favorites, because we are about to show you how to stay at the top of your shop-game while living on a shoestring budget.
Tweed, cotton, and linen have a certain dazzle to them that people often confuse for looking expensive. However, cheap deals on clothes made of such fabrics could easily be found in budget-friendly chain stores like H&M, and what’s even better is that they can easily be mixed and matched with plenty of other items you already have in your closet.
Save And Shave
Instead of throwing out that old sweater you absolutely love and flatters your body type in a perfect way, buy a fabric shaver. The device is inexpensive and will improve and enhance your knit pieces magically as if it is brand new.
Black Is The New Black
Some things never go out of style, like the color black. So, if you find yourself staring at two pieces of the same product but in a different color, always go with the black. Get it in black. The dark color hides any signs being of a budget piece.
Belt It Out
Affordable dresses and cheap coats will often come with their own belt or a long string of fabric acting like one. Instead of staying with what was sewn onto the piece, invest in a statement belt. This will betray the piece’s humble origins.