3 TIPS TO DRESS BETTER WITHOUT SPENDING
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You have probably read a lot of fashion blog posts about outfits or accessories that are trending but when you look deeper into the specific outfit, it can easily add up, costing over £50 or even £100. Some people just don't want to spend that much on just one outfit. So is there a way to look fashionable without spending much at all? The answer is yes there is. In fact, to your surprise, there are several ways. Today we'll be presenting the top 3 way in which you can look fashionable without spending much some of these tips require no money at all. But we have tips for how to look fashionable without spending soo much in doing so. So sit back and read on.
1 - USE ACCESSORIES
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When a lot of men dress up they do not tend to concentrate on the accessories they wear. Wearing the right accessories can make an outfit look ten times better. Not only will your outfit look better but the outfit will look more expensive to people than it may actually be.
Accessories do not need cost a lot. You can get good fashion accessories from shops like H&M from as little as £6.99. Image above are some examples.
2 - USE SOCIAL MEDIA FOR OUTFIT IDEAS
Want to know how to spend no money at all on any clothes but still be fashionable? Well, you can, using social media. Platforms such as Instagram and Pinterest have hundreds and thousands of image with ideas of new outfits you can try.
How to do this?
If you have a Grey sweatshirt for example. Search “grey sweatshirt” on Instagram or Pinterest and hundreds of images will show up immediately. Now all you need to do is pin these to a board on Pinterest and save on Instagram for you to look back. Now the next time you take out the grey sweatshirt you’ll know what to wear with it. You can even switch it up now an again with your current clothes. Looking at images of outfits will inspire you to be more creative with your outfits. Meaning your spending less on clothes in the long run.
3 - CHOOSE CLOTHES FROM UNFAMILIAR BRANDS
We know that the brand of the clothes you wear means a great deal to yourself aself-esteem. When a friend asks “what you wear?”, and you respond with “I’m wearing a Calvin Klein top”, it sounds cool because at the end of the day it’s Calvin Klein, right? Well if you want to spend less then you need to change that. A lot of the big brands use the same factories as much smaller clothing brands in china and India to make their t-shirts for example. This is not only t-shirts but with nearly all clothing. The difference is just the logo. A plain Calvin Klein white t-shirt costs £30.00 whilst an ASOS design white t-shirt costs £6.00. They look the exact same. The fashion industry is worth $2.4 trillion and the price of clothing has fallen therefore it’s easier to find cheaper clothes which are very made of high quality material.
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