If money wasn’t an issue and time is of the essence, many women would head out to the shops and indulge in all the fashion trends. Am I right? But while we all need clothes on our backs, we sometimes have to accept that we need to be able to save time and money when it comes to our wardrobe. With that in mind, I thought it would be a great time to share with you some tips and tricks on how to do that. Especially as party season is upon us.
Shop in the sales
If you are super organised then shopping in the sales should be something you already do. Perhaps you are one of those people that do all their Christmas shopping in January. However, this can work well for your wardrobe as well, especially when you invest in key pieces and designer brands that will last. Buying party dresses and outfits in advance when you can make a saving will save you money as well as time in deciding what you want to wear.
Consider a capsule wardrobe
We can all want every fashionable option or colour in a particular style dress, but this can end up costing quite a bit overall. So it’s sometimes worth considering having a capsule wardrobe for work and going out. Enabling you to mix and match certain items of clothing creating new and exciting outfits instead of rotating the same ones over and over again. A capsule wardrobe can work for every eventuality. Not only just work or socialising, but even casual and relaxing clothing attire can each have a set.
Use vouchers and coupons to bring the cost down
Who doesn’t love a bargain? But while these can be few and far between on the racks, it doesn’t mean you don’t get to experience that feeling of getting a good deal. That’s because discount codes, vouchers, and coupons can easily turn your shopping haul into a bargain. Just by bringing the cost down. Websites like DontPayFull.co.uk have a great selection to help you save money over the festive period and beyond.
Avoid decision fatigue
Let’s be honest, deciding what to wear each day can take a lot of our valuable time. Mornings are not meant to be spent staring at your wardrobe in the hope an outfit will pop out. So save yourself the time and plan ahead what you’ll be wearing. Decision fatigue is a real thing and throughout the day we have to make many when it comes to work and life. There is more information on websites like http://www.nytimes.com. So solve one for yourself ahead of time and just pick out your clothes in advance. Even just doing this the night before can save you time and effort in the morning.
Stick with what you know
Finally, sticking with colours that look right and clothing fits that suit your figure can save you a lot of time and money in the long run. If you aren’t sure, make sure you try before you buy. So many people buy clothes that just stay in the wardrobe with the label on for months. Just because it was an impulse buy or you find it doesn’t fit as well as it should do.
I hope these tips help you save time and money on your wardrobe.