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5 Ways to Affordably Revamp Your Wardrobe

Wardrobe needs change like the seasons, and with new trends cropping up every few months, it can be hard to justify spending the money on brand-new styles. However, eventually, a wardrobe overhaul is needed to bring your closet up to speed with the latest styles or eliminate worn or damaged items. If you need to switch out some of your seasonable items or trends for new pieces, take a look at five ways to affordably revamp your wardrobe. Get a brand new look without feeling the pinch.

1. Shop Your Closet 

Often, we forget the amazing items we already own, or we are unsure of how to mix them in with new styles and trends. If you’re ready to revamp your wardrobe but don’t want to get rid of some of your favorite pieces from years ago, find new ways to wear them. An old belt may be the perfect addition to a shift dress from last season. Use some of your favorite colorful cardigans to dress up a LBD or your favorite white t-shirt.

Look for ways to transform the clothing you have into trendy and unique outfits. If you aren’t sure which pieces go together, look at online clothing websites for inspiration on how to style what you already have.

2. Use a Rewards Card 

When you don’t have many salvageable wardrobe items or you need to purchase clothing in a new size after weight gain or loss, it can be even more difficult to get everything you need. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t options to reward you for updating or revamping your closet.

If you need to spend more than expected on your wardrobe, opt for paying with a rewards credit card. Not only does it make it easier for you to afford to revamp your closet, but you’ll get cash back on even item you purchase. For each dollar you spend, you’ll be able to either take money off your total balance, or you can opt for points for other items you need.

If you already own a rewards card, start using it during the month for everyday purchases to get enough points to reward yourself with new clothing items.

3. Look for End of Season Sales 

Trendy items can be used for multiple seasons. If bright and printed patterns are on-trend in the spring, chances are, you can use them in the summer as well. However, buying them at the end of the season can save you hundreds in the long run. Similarly, shorts, tank tops, winter coats, and boots can all be used year after year as staples in your wardrobe. If you are investing in a good pair of boots or some classic cut shorts, buy them at the end of the season. You’ll save hundreds of dollars on new pieces for your wardrobe, and you can use them for multiple seasons to come.

4. Invest in Classic Pieces

For the most part, buying trendy pieces is the quickest way to look stylish. However, there are some pieces that never go out of style. Classic clothing items can not only make your wardrobe more versatile, but it can offer you styles that can follow you year after year. Classic white button up tops, blazers, dark wash skinny jeans, and patent black pumps can offer you more outfits each season and will last through multiple trends.

If you have the budget, invest more money in these classic pieces to ensure they last longer. Instead of buying a shirt that will be out of style in a season, opt for a plain white t-shirt or some basics that you can style multiple ways. A nice, tailored blazer can be dressed up or down for many years and is a perfect addition to any wardrobe.

5. Shop Trendy Stores for Low-Cost Clothes

Sometimes, even though you know the trends will expire within a few months, you still want to be on the cutting edge of styles. However, spending hundreds of dollars on trendy pieces that you’ll be throwing out or donating the next time you revamp your wardrobe isn’t easy.

For these pieces, it’s best to look at low-cost clothing stores to avoid spending more than you want to. Stores like Forever 21, Rue 21, Charlotte Russe, and H&M will carry affordable trendy options that you won’t feel guilty about donating in a few months.

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