By Shrilata kolli (Guest Post)
How To Do Smart Shopping
I am a big Shopaholic and I love to shop for anything available in this world. Sometimes you don’t need a goal in life, you just need to know what you’re going to do next and I know that Iâ€™m gonna shop today, tomorrowâ€¦.
So today I want to share some smart shopping tips with you guys which I usually follow.
I love new clothes. If everyone could just wear new clothes everyday, I bet depression wouldnâ€™t exist anymore, and I think for most of the women shopping majorly means to buy clothes.
Shopping is a great stress buster for me , a stacked up pile of unused garments at the back of our wardrobe can leave us feeling guilty. So here are few shopping tips to ensure that your next shopping spree will not result in any additions to that already overlarge heap
1) DECIDE ON YOUR BUDGET:
A limited budget ensures that you do not mindlessly spend your amount on anything you are entirely not sure of. This will guarantee that you will buy only those garments which looks best on you.
From my own experience I can say: You can never find the right dress when you go looking for one, but always find some gorgeous outfits when you are out of money! So always keep some backup money with you. The amount that you have saved by limiting your budget can come handy in such cases.
2) TRY TO TIME YOUR SHOPPING SPREE SUCH THAT IT CLASHES WITH END OF SEASON SALE:
You wonâ€™t be very happy to see your 1000rs dress sold at 300rs in just a couple of months.
3) ABOUT SALE:
It does not mean you have to buy something just because it is at 50% discount. Basically it is during the end of season sale that we end up making our worst deals. Reason that we often grab whatever we first lay hands on, in the fear that the lady behind us might grab it first. It is only after going home we realize that it either doesnâ€™t fit us or doesnâ€™t suit us.
A simple solution to this is predetermining the sale time and stock. Then you can go and try out everything you want, before the happening rush for the end of season sale. When the sale starts you can simply walk in and grab the pieces that best suit you without worries about the right fit and colour.
We have always been discredited for spending hours to buy a simple garment but I say that is the best and smart way of shopping. Always remember there is no lack of fine garments out there, so search till you find the one thatâ€™s meant for you. After all your hard earned money deserved to be well spent.
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