We all love to look good; image consultants indicate the people who look good, feel good about themselves. When an individual feels great their confidence increases.
But how do I look great without spending a lot of money on the same?
Start with the clothes you have
Your closet is a great place to start. Majority of people have their closest full of clothes that they have not worn in years.
The first step is to sort out the junk in your closet. This means that you will need to get rid of clothes that you have not worn in while.
Sell your old clothes
After sorting out the clothes that you have not worn in a while. You can make a pile with all the unwanted clothes. The clothes can be sold online if they are in perfect condition. With the proceeds from the sale, you can buy yourself new clothes.
Shop online/Thrift stores
Looking for cheap options may help you glam up at a cheaper cost. Thrift stores are the most appropriate place to get clothes at a cheaper price.
Online shopping is slowly gaining traction in Africa. Opting for online options will help you get cheaper options.
Find a reliable tailor
Getting a skilled tailor will help you get beautiful clothes that are a size or two bigger and are in good shape. The tailor will then reduce the clothes to ensure that they fit you well and ensure that you look wonderful. When shopping at thrift stores you will not have to worry about clothes that are sizes bigger.
Go for classic over trendy when buying shoes
This will help you keep your wares longer. With Classic outfits you will be able to keep the outfits longer as compared to trendy outfits which will have to be disposed after a season.
Never buy an item unless you love it
Keep your wardrobe full of items that fit well and look good. With clothes you love you shall be motivated to wear all of the stuff that you have bought.
Take care of your clothes
Always take care of your clothes. Wash them sparingly, with cold water, and let clothes hang dry. Always treat stains right away and learn how to perform simple mending jobs. When your nice shoes wear out, go to a shoe repair shop.