How to become a fashionista on a budget (Part 2)

By | November 19, 2019

4. Learn from the closets of your favorite bloggers

Do you have any favorite fashion bloggers? If you do, do not hesitate to check out their accounts on social media to see whether they are having any closet sale. They tend to have their separate Instagram account that they sell the shoes, clothes, and accessories which they may have only worn once. Plus, some of them have a Pose or a Poshmark account, which is another excellent reason for having those apps.

5. Leverage sales

If you find yourself desiring a particular item, then do not give in to buying it immediately. Self-control – note that. If you do not need it, then you can wait until it goes on sale. As you can see, fashion items move so quickly because of the seasons. Thus, the chances are that your favorite camel-colored coat will go on sale following a few weeks. You know, patience is a virtue.

Just about every store tends to have exclusive holiday sales for Labor Day, Memorial Day, President’s Day, etc. Others have their kick-off, semi-annual, annual sales as well. Subscribing to their newsletter may be a good idea for you to be notified of upcoming sales. Many times you also get some coupons for your signing up.

6. Drop by thrift stores

Do you want to visit the Salvation Army or so? There is no shame in doing so. Some of the best fashionistas on a budget we know have scored specific awesome brand name as well as designer items from these stores for a fraction of the price! If you, by chance, have a family member who is older and wants to join in, bring them along for an additional discount.

Do you know any other ideas of how to become budget-savvy fashionistas? Then, let us know today!