Here are a few tips where you can make cheaper priced clothings look more expensive...instead of having to splurge several 000's on new clothes.
1. Visit night markets to build your fashion collection
Like shopping for discounted items for your regular high street pieces, visit the night market for the exact same reason. You will be surprised by the kind of clothes you find there. You may find the quality just as good, or better. Some pieces have such great quality and design it can pass off as high street fashion.
It’s the same thing with thrift stores. You can find all kinds of things here, from pre-loved pieces to snazzy vintage pieces. Some may have been close to brand new too..all for outrageously low prices!
Take note: buying clothes from night markets or thrift stores are more frustrating than shopping in regular stores.
2. Swap fashion pieces with friends
Swapping pieces with your friends and relatives is a great way of saving money. This is provided the clothing piece is in your sizes. Check with them if they have any pre-loved clothes, or pieces they simply do not want anymore and wish to sell it.
Sometimes, your friend may have picked up a piece that’s still “in season” and may not want it anymore. Get it off him or her. Offer to pay if you must. Once again, it is still clothes by end of the day.
3. Focus on your accessories
Worst come to worst, if you cannot put together your clothes, maybe focus on your accessories instead. May help some too.
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