Most of us want to update our wardrobe regularly and showcase something new each time. So, you hit the mall for trendy styles and shop until your account runs dry. As fun and exciting shopping spree can be, If you are not careful, you might get confused and make decisions that you may later regret.
Here are 6 tips on how to avoid mistakes while on shopping spree:
MAKE A LIST
Do a research on your wardrobe before leaving for a shopping spree. Do not assume you know all you need. Write down the list of things you need and your budget before leaving for the store. This will help you to avoid making unnecessary purchase.
GO FOR WHAT SUITS YOU
Irrespective of the trends and styles, it is not every piece of cloth that suits you. You have a different body type as to other people. So, instead of going for what is trendy, try to purchase an outfit that suits your body type to avoid regrets and fashion diaster.
Try to compare products while shopping. This will enable you to know some deals, get the best price and best material too.
ALWAYS TRY CLOTHES ON
It hurts a lot when you buy a cloth and on getting home, you find out its oversize or undersize. Clothes look so much better just hanging on a hanger. Avoid such situation by trying out the clothes before you purchase them. Check yourself with the help of a mirror and make a decision.
AVOID BUYING THE WRONG SIZES
Your desire for a product should not force you to buy when it’s not your size. You shouldn’t convince yourself to purchase an item only for you to start looking for a way to adjust the size. Simply try to purchase your size.
DON’T SHOP BEYOND WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD
Shopping beyond what you can afford can be so disappointing. A lot of people buy so much in one shopping, I mean, every week which is not necessary. Try to make a monthly budget which will help you save.
Fashion & Style Correspondent at Core Magazine. I am a student of Mass Communication at the University of Nigeria Nsukka. I am passionate about writing on Fashion and Trends.
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