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TIPS AND TRICKS FOR THE FASHION SAVVY PERSON ON A BUDGET

We all know someone who has an impeccable taste in fashion. No matter what the occasion they are always dressed to the nines and ready to impress anyone they may come in contact with. They exude confidence, good taste, and business acumen. You may find yourself looking at their wardrobe and feeling like yours needs a bit of an upgrade. This can be a stressful and expensive task. With all the fashions coming out on a regular basis it can be hard to determine what is necessary. You may find yourself wanting to pull your hair out and scream “how can I upgrade my wardrobe and reduce my stress without breaking my budget and tapping into my savings account”. Fret no more! Thankfully this helpful guide will give you the necessary tips and tricks to get you on your way to a new wardrobe. Consider some of this excellent advice the next time you go shopping.

ALWAYS GO DIRECTLY TO THE MANUFACTURER WHENEVER POSSIBLE

If you are shopping for a new wardrobe you may feel yourself inclined to make a beeline towards the nearest www.macys.com , Dillards, Kohls, Belk, or JC Penny’s. These stores are nice because they provide a large number of products under a single roof. They often do so at the expense of the customer. Items are routinely more expensive at box store than at the manufacturer. Need a new pair of shoes? Head on over to Nike. Looking for a new handbag? j crew is a great place to start looking. In the market for a new winter coat? Try London Fog. No matter what you are trying to buy the manufacturer will always have the better deals.

CONSIDER SHOPPING AT THE OUTLET MALL THE NEXT TIME YOU NEED A GARMENT

Did you know that many stores like www.TheGap.com and Old Navy have outlet locations as well? These locations often have serious discounts. Many times items do not sell at their regular retail locations by the end of the season. These items are packed up and sent to their outlet location. You can often by these items for a fraction of the price that you would get them for at a retail location. Outlet malls also have a scratch and dent selection that they routinely sell. As items are received from the factory a small amount are deemed defective. These items are deemed defective for the smallest reasons, such as crooked stitching or a missing button. Snap up one of these garments and sew the button on yourself when you get home. The savings will be astronomical. Consider this idea the next time you go shopping for clothing. Your wallet and your closet will thank you.