I know this isn’t necessarily one of my usual blog posts but when it comes to travelling you need to look good and also, buying clothes (when I’m not poor from travelling) is one of my favourite things. We all need to get ready for our summer travels and look as good as possible when we are on them!
Buying clothes can be expensive, but there are some simple tips that you can use to get summer clothes at bargain prices. Read this guide to learn how you can save a fortune buying your summer wardrobe.
Tip 1 – Look out for Discounts Online
Retailers are normally much more competitive than the high street, so it’s worthwhile looking around for special offers. Some high street stores also have special offers available, consider asking the store assistants whether there are any special events coming up any time soon.
Tip 2 – Don’t Just Shop Online
Lots of people looking for great deals will only bother looking online. This is because almost everyone assumes that the internet will be cheaper. This isn’t always the case. Sometimes there are store only promotions which can be an even better buy. Never neglect the high street when bargain hunting.
Tip 3 – Shop Out of Season
Clothes are always more expensive when they are current season. Try buying your next years summer wardrobe at the end of the summer. This is when most retailers will be desperately trying to get rid of left over summer clothing before it goes out of season. This can be a great way to get a good buy. It does however require a lot of planning and organization. It also means that you won’t be able to wear the latest styles.
Tip 4 – Use Discount Voucher Apps
If you own a smartphone then download and install one of the many voucher apps available. These are actually quite handy and can save you lots of money when buying clothes. Check the app from time to time and see whether or not there are any money off coupons for high street and online clothing shops.
Tip 5 – Spread the Cost
If you are desperate for new clothing and want to make your money go that bit further, then you might want to spread the cost by buying from a catalogue store. Most catalogue shops allow you to spread the cost of purchases over several months without being charged any interest. This is a good way to get new clothes before you get paid.