Monday, 17 February 2014

Are you overspending on shopping? Is there best way to shop your clothes?

Fashion is the tradition, culture or sometimes both, it is nothing wrong to experiment new ideas to expose your beauty. It is the trademark of civilized society. Clothes are one of the identities to showcase your fashion metaphor. Now, how to choose your clothes is the big question for today’s fashion World. Read on the tips below which helps you to find the right wardrobe.

First, figure out your needs, spend some quality time in front of the mirror, and understand your physique. Imagine yourself which clothes suits you best and makes you comfortable. It is good to get an opinion from your stylish friend or fashionable mom. It will be great if they accompany you while you go for shopping.
Choose the Budget – Budgeting for your Garments is utmost important, because you shouldn’t spend more or end up in worthless products. It is good to plan the budget at the beginning of the year and spread the purchasing throughout the year rather than going for one shot shopping for complete year. This helps you to make use of the discount sale announced by the branded companies at different time-frame in a year.

Shop at right time – What is the right time for shopping in a day? I personally feel it is noon after lunch, the reason is simple, you won’t find much crowd in the shop and the salesman or girl can spend more time to help you in selecting right clothes. You too find relaxed while choosing your fashion robe.

Listen your friends – Yes, friends are good advisers on your looks. Sometimes, mom can help you the same way. Listen their advice; it is good to make them for the shopping to tell you how you looks in different clothes while you go for trial.
Though you get quality advice from your mom or friends on your wardrobe selection, you should spend good time in the trial room in front of the three-way mirror. It is important to see how you looks in all direction, some clothes make you impressing in front but it will drag down in the back.

Don’t be hurry, set enough time for shopping. You can try different wardrobes such as Jeans, tees, gown, jackets, tops, shirts etc. Some of the brands have slight variance on the same sizes, you need to check twice. Touch the clothes, it makes the difference. It should fit the weather in your region and it should be within your budget.

If you are shopping at the discount sale, be aware of the sizes, color, fitness etc. Because, there might be slight difference from the standard one and that’s the reason it is in discount sale. If it doesn’t fit perfectly, don’t buy it.

Finally, you need to fit your ornaments and other accessories to match your outfits. It shows your fashion symbol, so choose it carefully.

Wish you all have a wonderful shopping…

29 comments:

JoJo said...

I hate shopping for clothes and always have. My ideal outfit is a tie dye tshirt and sweat pants, or shorts in summer. I can sometimes be coaxed into wearing jeans. I just object to the high price of clothes when they are so flimsy now. I do all my clothes shopping at the thrift shops. I also object to companies charging $5 more for plus sized clothes. Talk about a slap in the face.

Julia said...

I shop for most of my clothes at a thrift shop. I buy quality clothings without spending much. I have to go often to find the best buys. The only thing that I buy new are undergarments and socks.

I also buy a lot of secondhand items that are in almost new condition for very little. I love buying books this way without spending much money. I may not read the best seller as soon as they come out but patience is a vertue worth practicing.
Hugs
JB

Buttons said...

Great advBce and I love those outfits. b

Shelly said...

Ahh, very good tips. I love to shop, but it's always a good idea to have a budget in mind first!

Haffa Bexi said...

Nice article
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Indrani said...

Good guide to budgeting. :)

Nellie said...

Good points made here. I generally shop, with a coupon, from the red dot racks at a clothing store in town. So unaccustomed I am at paying full price - or a price other than discount - that it is really an eye-opener if I ever have to make that dreaded trip to the mall.

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Launna said...

I am going to be shopping for all new clothes in the next 4-6 weeks and when I do, I am going to by classic clothing that I will be able to wear for sometime and I will be trying on every outfit to make sure it all fits well.

Pallavi Puri said...

I definitely need this piece of advice for i am a self confessed shopoholic :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

Wonderful tips! I like to buy things that are versatile too. Nothing with wild prints or too flashy. I want to mix and match to get the most bang for my buck!

Bob Bushell said...

I can't go out and buying clothes, therefore, I use the internet, ha ha.

Susie Swanson said...

I buy most of mine at a thrift store. Thanks for the comment and visit to mine.

Debbie said...

i do most of my shopping online!! i know my stores, what size always fits and have had great success with that!!

i am "cheap" when it comes to my clothes budget. i buy less items and spend a few more dollars on quality. i find the clothes last much longer that way and i don't need or want a ton of clothes. when i find something i like, i tend to wear it a lot. therefore, less need for a lot of different options!!

Pat Hatt said...

I don't buy clothes, keep what I have, easy

Birdman said...

Don't shop a lot, but when I do I get what I want... regardless of the ticket. Is that a male thing?

Our Neck of the Woods said...

Good tips! I agree with the one on making sure you have plenty of time to try on clothes before buying them. The worst thing is regretting a purchase.

Alexis AKA MOM said...

I use to love to shop but lately not my fav thing.

Great tips! I'm all about a budget :)

Betsy Adams said...

I may spend a lot of money to feed my Backyard Birds--but I do NOT spend a lot of money these days on clothes... Since I quit working full-time and am home, I don't have to worry about what I'm wearing.... We wear shorts and t-shirts in warm/hot weather and sweatsuits in cold weather... That's about it.... ha

Hugs,
Betsy

Zoe said...

Sad to say that I have been doing most of clothes shopping at online shops these days. I used to believe that clothes shopping needs trying and fitting but was convinced now that online clothing are equally good as those in the shops...

Zoe

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

It is easy to overspend well for me it is when it comes to buying clothes for my girls but not so much when it comes to buying clothes for me since it is bloody hard to find clothes that fit me

lina@happy families said...

Nice advice.
I don't shop clothes often. When I'm shopping, I always make sure that the outfit fits me.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Good advice! I always try to shop sales, and look for end of the season clearance.

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

Thank you for your comment, in my blog.

Leigh said...

I've always loved shopping clearance. Also thrift shops. The best ones have really nice clothes at reasonable prices.

Fernando Lachica said...

Know the trends and purchase just for your own. And, save some money for the future. Well, the bottom line is don't overspend for clothing only.

Franc Ramon said...

Off season shopping is always the best way to get good bargains.

Mel Cole said...

I used to shop a lot in the thrift shop before but not so much anymore. I gave away lots of bags of old clothes and determined to just buy 1 or 2 when there's a sale.

Chubskulit Rose said...

I don't spend much on shopping.

Jhady said...

I hate to spend a lot of money for clothing. I usually buy sales, discounted or even used ones as long as the quality is okay too. I am too frugal I guess

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