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5 simple ways to save money on clothes

Take advantage of trade discounts and buy more clothes for less and save more.

It is entirely a good thing to be very particular about your appearances and wardrobe but there is a smarter way of achieving this.

Normally we do this to always create the desired perception about us on the outside through our cloth choices. Interestingly, statistics shows that costume purchase is one major habit that leaves us hard up.

Pulse.com.gh brings to you five smart ways to save our money on clothes.

1. Be creative with your wardrobe

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Buying trendy clothes is not always what makes you look good. Just because it is in vogue is no assurance of you killing that look. Get creative with already existing clothes.

You could tie your scarf on that apparel in twelve different ways which would always give a new appeal or you tie in six different ways.

If you check out fashion inspiration to get your costume choice you just might stretch your clothing budget further.

2. Tailor clothes

We often grow out of clothes or have our some clothes larger in size than we are. This could be easily curbed be easily curbed by tailoring this apparels to fit us in the desired way.

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Instead of getting new clothes that is more suitable for our size we could as well alliterate old clothes to save us some money.

3. Avoid impulse buying

We pass by these boutiques and stores and gaze on beautifully hanged clothes worn on the mannequins which are always tempting.

Let us imagine what it is going to be like if we always meet those desires. It is definitely going to be a financial doom on our path.

The only time we should buy is when the cloth is of much relevance and is absent from our wardrobe.

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4. Buy quality clothes

One major reason why we are always purchasing new clothes is basically because previous clothes always loses its beauty or value. Quality cloth purchase is always smart move.

Its longevity is assured in our wardrobe. The “fast food” approach we use in buying clothes causes us a lot.

5. Take advantage of trade seasons

Buying clothes at the right time or period can save you much more hundreds than you could think. This trade periods often has discount sales and promos.

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Such periods are the best to shop as prices are significantly dwindled to make it easier for people to purchase with relatively low budgets.

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