Ladies, we know that not everyone has the money to rock the most expensive stuff, especially with the economic downturn right now. So, if you still want to look classy on a budget, we’ve got just the tips for you.
Tips For You To Look Classy On A Budget
1. Shopping From Thrift Stores:
There’s a general assumption that thrift store items are trashy or not fashionable, but if you look in the right stores and even try online ones for some great pieces that have only been worn lightly and are still in great shape, then you’ve got a chance to still look fab. Some pieces you can get from thrift stores include vintage t-shirts, jeans, jackets (depending on what type you’re looking for), and even footwear. So, get your thrift on!
2. Buy Versatile Clothes:
Whether it’s a shirt, skirt or pants, make sure your wardrobe is filled with pieces that can be worn both casually and formally. It’s the versatility that’ll make it a great style fit, unlike to a piece you can only wear with certain clothes or in certain spaces.
3. Invest in Outerwear:
It could be a coat, denim jacket or a blazer for cooler weather or to just give a great finishing to a simple outfit. When looking or outerwear to get, think about your personal style, do you prefer bold colours or deeper colours? You could also consider the weather and where you plan to wear the outfit to.
For more outerwear tips, check out How Many Of These 6 Essential Clothing Items Do You Have?
4. Take Part In Bumper and Flash Sales:
Depending on your budget, you can set aside some money monthly to get items from stores during their flash and clearance sales. This requires you to be tactical, don’t get distracted by all the cheap clothes, and make sure you get clothes that you actually need, not just trends, which takes us to our next tip…
By the way, Jumia’s Black Friday Flash Sales started today, so it could just be a start to many great things for you.
5. Don’t Splurge On Trends:
Remember that trends come and go every season, so if you’re someone who’s a sucker for trends, you’ll find that you’re always spending too much money on stuff that you wouldn’t wear some months later.