We tend to believe that we must overspend or buy just too cheap clothes in order to update our look or change our wardrobe. This is not true. The fact is, you don’t have to sell your engagement ring or some other valuables to stay in style. Here’s how to improve your style and enhance your wardrobe without overspending.
1. Take an Assessment of Your Present Wardrobe
Assess your current wardrobe. Your wardrobe should contain at least an indispensable handbag, a pair of sporty flats, a pair of dress flats, a pair of boots, a pair of heels, a puffa jacket, a solid color turtleneck, a solid color T-shirt, a pair of jeans, black dress pants, a knee-length skirt, a neutral cardigan, a white blouse, and a little black dress. This list is the basis of a high-quality wardrobe.
You can create outfits for any occasion without overspending or having to spend a lot of money to buy new clothes when you combine and match these items. As a result, make sure your wardrobe contain these items.
2. Invest in Classic Shapes and Colors
Get value for your money by investing in classic shapes and colors if you must buy an expensive item. You can get far more than a season’s wear by so doing.
3. Shoes are Everything
You want to have a few standout pairs of shoes that’ll match with a variety of outfits. Try shopping at smaller retail stores–they tend to have better options and prices.
4. Replace the Handle or Strap of Your Handbag
To make your bag look like a new one, you can take it to the bag repair shop nearest to you and have the belt or handle removed and change with a new one. You will do this at a low cost and offer you a new bag to boot.
5. Reconstruct Your Jewelry
You can take your jewelry to your goldsmith to create a newer and chunkier type of necklace instead of going to the store to buy a new one that can cost you a huge sum of money…