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Last week we started sharing with you some handy tips on how you can update your wardrobe, giving it a summer look, without spending too much money… if any at all actually. Amongst the tips shared, we suggested you look at what you’ve already got in your closet, as well as looking for trendy accessories to spice up an outfit.
Today we’re sharing another 3 tips, which can further help give you ideas on how to give your existing wardrobe a breath of fresh air!
4. Look for Styles That Have Come Back in Fashion
They say that everything comes back in fashion eventually, and it is certainly true that many old styles are in again. From bell bottoms and leg warmers to clogs and boots, many old fashions have come and gone throughout the years. You may be able to find some hip and fashionable clothes in the back of your own closet.
5. Make a Few Small Repairs
Investing in a sewing kit can pay some big dividends when it comes to your wardrobe. Simply mending your old clothes can save you hundreds of dollars, so gather up those clothes that you have been meaning to repair and put your needle and thread to work.
6. Put Your Old Clothes to New Use
Your old clothes can enjoy a whole new life with just a few quick updates. From adding a new accessory to pairing a different blouse with your favorite skirt, there are plenty of ways to create new outfits with the clothes already in your closet. Putting your old clothes to new use can save you hundreds of dollars season after season.
By making these simple changes in the way you view your wardrobe you can save yourself a ton of money and still look like a million bucks. So before you head off to the mall head into your own closet. What you find may just surprise you.
Putting old clothes to the new use is the most valuable advice. A new silk scarf and on old shirt will go great together, especially if they are of contrasting colors.