The Best Clothing Tips to Look Fashionable on a Budget

The Best Clothing Tips to Look Fashionable on a Budget

February 2, 2010 by kitschkitty  
Published in Fashion

Oh deary me. What’s a girl to do in these dire times of the credit crunch in order to keep up appearances and stay looking like the fashionista that she is? Well fortunately, help is at hand and it won’t cost much to update your wardrobe and ooze style on a budget.

Where to Shop for an Inexpensive Back to School Wardrobe

Where to Shop for an Inexpensive Back to School Wardrobe

September 8, 2009 by sarahheller  
Published in Family

It is estimated that a typical American family will spend about $500 per child during the back-to-school season. Between $400 and $450 of this will go to new clothes and shoes. If you are the parent of multiple children, the amount you can spend on back to school shopping can quickly add up. To reduce the cost, try a few of these places…

Get It on Sale

Get It on Sale

November 24, 2008 by JulietteVR  
Published in Clothing

It´s highly unlikely that I would ever rush to the designer boutiques as soon as the new ranges arrive. For one thing, I couldn´t afford to buy designer clothing at full (over)price. Furthermore, I´m not really enamoured of expensive labels.

Find the Right Outlet

Find the Right Outlet

November 23, 2008 by JulietteVR  
Published in Clothing

You need only read the message boards on eBay to discover how common the sale of fake designer clothing is. There are countless complaints from buyers that the ´100% guaranteed genuine´ item that they purchased is poor quality and clearly fake.

Enjoy High Quality Clothing

Enjoy High Quality Clothing

November 23, 2008 by JulietteVR  
Published in Clothing

Designer clothing is much better than ordinary High Street clothing. The standard of workmanship and expertise involved in making fashionable creations designed by Chloe, Chanel and Dior bear no comparison to the mass produced outfits found on overflowing racks in shops such as Primark, Asda and other cheaper chains.