One way to cut down on your women’s clothing bill is to have a clothing swap. Get together a group of your friends (preferably a group who wear similar sizes) and have everyone bring some gently used, in good condition, clothing. Separate the clothing by type (pants, shirts, etc) and size and let everyone choose among the clothing items. In this way, you can get a few new outfits (well, at least new to you!) without having to spend any additional money.
Another way to find inexpensive women’s clothing is to shop on line retailers. Many Internet stores are able to offer ladies’ clothing at reduced rates, because they can save on the costs of running a physical store. They also tend to offer many different styles by different clothing makers, so that comparison shopping can be easier than in a mall or store. If you don’t mind wearing items that may be previously worn, sites such as eBay offer even bigger bargains, with regular women posting unwanted items (sometimes even designer) at low prices.
Women’s clothing is not only about fashion or brand names – it’s also about practicality and frugality. If you’re facing buying many articles of clothing in the near future, using tips such as a clothing trade or hunting for bargains on the Internet can be a great way to save money.