Fashion: 7 Tips For Revamping Your Wardrobe On A Budget

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Revamping your wardrobe is something to look forward to once in a while. Honestly, who doesn’t love a little shopping? Though shopping is more fun without a budget, most people consider it a luxury. Hence, when the time comes to change your wardrobe, you may need these tips on how to do it on a budget.

  1. Rampage Your Wardrobe

Sort out your wardrobe before anything else. Chances are you’ll find something new. Also, you don’t want to buy new clothes and mix them with the ones you want to get rid of. Going through your wardrobe is a good way to tell which items you really need while revamping your wardrobe. Get rid of the ones that out of date, torn or ill-fitting.

  1. Upgrade Using Accessories

Sometimes, all your wardrobe needs are a few shiny pieces. Adding accessories to an over-worn outfit is like breathing new life to it. It not only makes it pop but also makes it look like a new outfit. Make a fashion statement with chic accessories like belts, layered necklaces and brooches. Accessories also make an outfit look more expensive than it is. Ageless Fashion: You’ll Never Go Wrong With These Accessories


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  1. Look For Deals

Shopping on a sale must be the most satisfying form of retail therapy. It’s also a great way of revamping your wardrobe without spending too much. Follow your favourite stores on social media to find out when they’re having sales. Keep a lookout for the usual sale dates like Black Friday, Mid-Year Sale and Christmas Sales. Additionally, if you shop online, there are a number of sites that look for coupons on certain sites. Here are 5 Online Shopping Hacks to Help You Save Money

  1. Make A Checklist

There’s no room for impulse buying when you’re revamping your wardrobe on a budget. The golden rule of shopping on a budget is to only buy the necessities. It’s easy to get carried away while shopping. With a list, you’re able to shop for exactly what you need instead of picking out items randomly. The list only works when you stick to it.

  1. Learn To Layer

if you’re bored of wearing the same old clothes, try pairing a few items to create a new look. You can wear a blazer over a casual dress to create a new office look. You’ll be surprised how many fresh looks you can get by thinking outside the box. It’s also a fun pastime during the weekends. You can seek some help from fashion blogs on how to layer if you’re unsure.

  1. Invest In A Pair Of Loafers

Loafers are perhaps the most versatile pair of shoes. They go with anything and are unisex. That’s why it’s important to have at least one pair of loafer if you’re revamping your wardrobe. Additionally, they are guaranteed to last a couple of years and never go out of style. You may have to spend a little more money on them but you’ll end up saving a lot more in the long run. Here are 5 Types Of Shoes That Will Make You Stand Out

  1. Swap With A Friend

A friend’s wardrobe is like a second shopping mall. Revamping your wardrobe is a good excuse to get that dress you’ve always liked in exchange for something she might like. Scavenge a through their wardrobe while you’re there and try to get some more items. Also. make sure that the friend you pick has a similar fashion sense (and body type) as yours. If you are into thrifting (second hand clothing), you can also get some second-hand clothes – here are 15 things to remember when thrifting.

Here are Different Ways You Can Glam Up Your Little Black Dress.  We also have tips on  Fashion: 10 Ways To Style Your Plain White T-Shirt.  Also, check out 7 Wardrobe Essentials Every Woman Should Have In Her 30s

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