Helpful Tips and Tricks for the Fashion Savvy Person on a Budget

Posted by on Mar 30, 2017 in Travel Adventuring, Travel Tips And Information | Comments Off on Helpful Tips and Tricks for the Fashion Savvy Person on a Budget

We all know someone who has an excellent sense of style. Whenever they show up for an engagement they are dressed to the nines and ready to impress anyone they meet. Their fantastic wardrobe may have left you feeling like yours needs a bit of an improvement. You may find yourself asking yourself “how can i improve my wardrobe and give myself a confidence boost without breaking my monthly budget and tapping into my savings account”. Fret no more! This helpful guide will give you some real world tips and tricks to help you save money and improve your wardrobe. Consider some of this advice the next time you go shopping.


Always go directly to the manufacturer whenever possible

Stores like macys, jc penny, belk, dillards, and dsw are great. They offer a wide variety of products and all the convenience of one stop shopping. They often provide this convenience at the expense of the customer. If you know specifically what you intend to buy it is always best to go directly to the manufacturer rather than attempting to find it at a box store. They will consistently have the best deals. Need a new pair of old navy khakis for work? Head on over to the old navy outlet. Need a new purse because your old one is wearing on your patience? Head on over to vera bradley for the best deals on purses. Need a new pair of wranglers because your old ones need replaced. Head on over to their warehouse for the best prices.

Consider going to outlet scratch and dent sales

Many times outlets will hold sales in which they sell off items that were deemed defective at the factory. Items can be deemed defective for a variety of reasons, some as small as a missing button or crooked stitching. If you are not afraid to spend a few minutes looking through the shelves you may be surprised at the fantastic deals you can get from these sales. One mans trash is another man’s treasure.

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