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|Description||With the beginning of fall comes Jollyhers little girls dresses on sale , a showcase of every new trend, must-have designer, and, of course, exorbitant prices. But let’s face it: The average American woman isn’t spending a cool $3,000 on a pair of Christian Louboutin boots, no matter how much the fashion magazines crow about their fall faves.
However, even if you have Michael Kors tastes but live on an Old Navy budget, it doesn’t mean you have to feel bad about your non-NYFW clothes. In fact, I maintain that spending a ton of money on trends that will only last a season isn’t only unwise, it’s also a poor use of closet space. Instead, it’s possible to score high fashion based on purchasing clothes that look expensive, but don’t cost more than your budget will allow.
Of course, your individual budget dictates how much you can spend on clothes each season. But with a better eye for quality and a few post-purchase fixes, you can find clothes on the cheap that still make you feel totally indulgent, regardless of how much you paid.
Tips to Make Your Clothes Look Costlier
1. See a Tailor
I often find that women are hesitant to have their clothes tailored. Many women believe that tailoring is expensive; however, in my experience, a simple tailoring fix (such as nipping in a waist or letting down a hem) usually costs between $15 and $20 – but it makes your clothes look like a million bucks.
Designers have the luxury of fitting clothes on models who are one specific size and shape. The average woman has much more average measurements, and therefore clothes are rarely a perfect fit right off the rack. A dress that doesn’t fit your waist or a pair of pants that are a little too long can make even expensive clothes look dowdy and cheap. By investing $20 on tailoring a bargain shopping score, your clothes fit your body better, which automatically creates the sense of better quality.
2. Launder Properly
You know that tag on the inside of your shirt? It’s not just there to tell you what size you’re wearing. All mass-market garments come with laundering instructions that should be followed to make the clothing last longer and look better.
Fading, wrinkling, and shrinking are all telltale signs of cheap clothes. However, you can fool everyone by taking great care with all of your garments. Always check your clothing tags to find out how best to care for your clothes so they stay crisp, bright, and expensive-looking.
Here are some general clothes washing tips:
Always wash clothes with like colors, especially dark colors that can fade easily
Run a disposable razor over wool clothes to remove pilling
Never wash clothes at home that specify “dry-clean only”
Wear clothes a few times before you wash them to maintain color and shape
Invest in a drying rack (less than $30) for garments that fade and change shape in the dryer, such as jeans and dresses
Store out-of-season clothes in a cool, dark place
Blot (don’t rub) stains out of fabric, since rubbing can ruin clothing fibers
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