Cost Cutting Clothes Shopping

While clothes are essential, those outrageously overpriced designer jeans aren’t. It is quite easy to get carried away when you go shopping for clothes, especially if you consider yourself a “fashionista”. Believe it or not, there are actually ways that you can be a budget-conscious clothing shopper – and still look good.

Interested in learning how to cut your clothing expenses? Read on for some money saving tips:

Saving Money on Clothing

Shop Sales. Sales are a clothes shopper’s best friend. Why pay full price for something when you can likely find it on sale someplace? Keep an eye out for sales at your favorite shops and take full advantage. Some stores offer fantastic savings at specific times of the year, like around holidays.


Shop Ahead. While you might need to shop in season for some items, there are staple clothing items that will always be in fashion. For example, basic jeans and T-shirts are always in vogue, so why not shop for them at the end of the season? At the end of the summer, for example, stock up on basic tees when they are on super sales and wear them next summer. You’ll not only save money but you’ll be ahead of your shopping game.

Many stores offer coupons for their preferred shoppers. Sign up to be on a mailing list and you’ll receive tons of coupons, which will allow you to save a lot of money.

Don’t Charge. Whatever you do, don’t get suckered into one of those store credit cards. While it may seem like they are offering you a great deal with extra savings when you sign up, at the end of the day, you’ll actually spend more. Store credit cards tend to have ridiculously high fees, which will make that $40 shirt that you save 10% on cost double what you spent when you pay it off.