Think of your own style and look for clothes that suit your shape, lifestyle and personality.
1) Think Globally, Shop Locally
Try to fight the urge of buying almost everything you nee at discounted prices from high street and department stores, instead make an effort at least once a month to purchase goods and services from smaller, locally-based companies and stores. This helps keep the economy strong. We can often enjoy the bargain prices at large corporate retail establishments because products aware produce in poor countries where labour laws and environmental standards are much lower.
2) Clothes of Quality
Look for well made clothes that will last. Quality clothes may cost more but they will save you money in the long run as they will last for years to come. Choose classic styles that suit you and will not go out of fashion.
Clothes made from organic cotton and other organic alternatives and natural fabrics will look better and feel better.
4) Recycled materials
There are plenty of innovative designers using recycled fabrics so there is no need to miss out on your designer clothes fix. These clothes are also a great way to be individual as each piece is usually unique.
5) Second-hand clothes
Second-hand clothing is a great way to save money and still get quality, well made clothes. You can also still remain stylish with vintage clothes that can be found in many charity shops and plenty other places.
6) Swap Shop!
Try clothes swapping, this is a fantastic way of trying out a new look without spending any money. You can also refresh your wardrobe and replace any clothes that you do not want either by holding a ‘swishing’ part with friends or using a clothes swapping website.