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Shopping on a budget - August 31st 2013, 01:45 PM

I'm super worried that once I graduate I won't be able to buy the kind of clothes I like any more. How do people manage that?

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Re: Shopping on a budget - August 31st 2013, 02:53 PM

Well you could try looking in thrift/charity shops. You'd be surprised at what people give away so you might be lucky and find some things you like and they'll be much much cheaper.

Then there's always ebay as well. You can either bid for things which'll work out being cheaper OR buy from places like China/Korea where they sell everything for much cheaper. Just make sure that if you're buying from China that you only buy from top-rated sellers otherwise your stuff could just "go missing" a lot. Oh also China's clothes sizes tend to be on the small size and a lot of them are sold as one size fits all so just double check the measurements to make sure it's going to fit otherwise it's a hassle to return.

You could get a store card for the shops you like going to most. Then give yourself a certain amount of money to spend one month on lots of new clothes then over the next few months pay it off before spending anymore.

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Re: Shopping on a budget - August 31st 2013, 04:08 PM

definitely check out thrift stores. i cant tell you how many times i have found brand new clothes with the tags still on. the thrift store near my house even has 50% off days on sunday, so definitely look for places with discount days.

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Re: Shopping on a budget - September 4th 2013, 08:19 AM

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