5 Practical Tips for A Fool-Proof Shopping Spree!

5 Practical Tips for A Fool-Proof Shopping Spree!

Every woman loves a bit of retail therapy! Whether it’s just window shopping, a date with your girlfriends, or a full-on shopping spree, retail therapy puts some pep in everyone’s step! In this article, we’ll give you some top tips to avoid the most common, costly, and wasteful errors. There’s nothing worse than an overflowing wardrobe and nothing to wear. When you stick to these rules of thumb, you’ll end up saving time, money, and stress…and still, make your shopping spree rewarding and fun! 


1. Figure Out What You Need

Less is more when it comes to clothing items. Having a few good key go-to pieces can save you a huge headache later when you’re getting dressed. Before you hit the stores for retail therapy, consider what it is you actually need. Are you outgrowing certain items, low on t-shirts, or need a pair of pants with a smaller waist? Considering your needs helps prevent costly impulse buys, a sea of closet clutter, and outfits that just don’t fit or feel right. 


2. Maintain Versatility

When you invest in timeless, staple items that are well-made, fit you perfectly, and include patterns that work with a variety of looks – you’ve established versatility. A great way to create a versatile wardrobe is to invest in base, mid, or outer layering pieces like jackets, scarves, cardigans, neutral t-shirts, camisoles, turtlenecks, or sweater dresses. These staple items work with a variety of looks, keep you feeling comfortable, and can save you when you feel like you’ve got nothing to wear. 


3. Be Wary of Sale Items

It is totally possible to find something you really need and love on sale…but, it’s not common. In fact, the reason most things go on sale is that they are either damaged or unpopular. Here are two questions to ask to stop an impulse buy.

1. Do I really need this item?

2. Do I absolutely love this item?

If one or both of these questions is a “No”, you’re better off not buying it! Remember,  just because something is on sale doesn’t mean you have to have it.


4. Consider Quality & Longevity

Low-quality items rarely hold up their value. That’s why it’s important to consider cost per wear. Many women go shopping because they get a quick fix from making an impulse purchase. Oftentimes this mood-boosting activity results in a lot of clutter, and items that fall apart in just a few months. Consider if the clothing item is made in a way that will offer longevity, and also whether you will actually get use out of the item. If you are buying a beautiful and trendy gown but don’t necessarily have anywhere to wear it, or you’ll likely only wear it one time, perhaps it’s better to go with a cheaper, lower-quality piece.

5. Discover ShapeWear

If you are guilty of buying clothing that is too small (don’t worry, all of us have done it!) then you might consider buying shapewear. The truth is that there are many women that hate shopping because they haven’t learned how to use clothing to enhance their figure. If this is you, consider wearing shapewear. Shapewear will help you achieve an hourglass figure immediately and it will make the shopping experience more pleasurable for you. Shapewear also improves posture, alleviates pain, and gives you self-esteem and confidence. Whether you’ve just had a baby, struggle with weight loss, or experience back strain, shapewear can help you feel great and lose inches instantly.


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