It’s truly said: women always be shopping. If you want to buy some gifts for friends or for yourself- clothes are the best option. But sometimes, shopping becomes confusing and we end up buying something else. So take a look at our tips, to make your shopping experience worth it.
· Try on the thing which catches your eye -- stuff looks different on our body than it looks on the hanger, & we often get confused in the really narrow meaning of what will look good on us.
· Do not speed-shop, specifically if you are searching something really special. Get yourself enough time to search, try that stuff on, & don’t get stressed out.
Don’t lead to body-hating when clothes won’t fit right. Everybody is different, and a cloth with a random size doesn’t define anything about your body.
If you arbitrarily find the perfect occasion dress, you should buy it, even if you don’t have any upcoming special occasions. Because shopping for the great dress such as a week before the friend’s wedding or the company party would not be fun and it is pretty rare that you will find something perfect and awesome on such a short timeline.
Take the trusted friend along with you for shopping who will tell you when something looks pretty on you.
· It is being said, go for shopping alone sometimes. Shopping with people is fun & can be helpful, still shopping alone means it’s only your opinion that matters. When you are not in the mood to pushy salespeople and brave harsh lighting, you may just buy the couple different sizes of clothes and try them on your home. It might not the most effective way to shop, still, it gives you time to think about the stuff & evaluate it in your own mirror, & with other pieces that you already own.
· Remember what you already have in your closet which you may wear with the clothes before you buy it. If that item only goes with 1 or 2 other things, would it really worth having? Similarly, does it just work during 1 or 2 seasons? The best clothes in our lofts are the ones which we will wear in several ways depending on the different season. For instance, a dress which works bare-legged with slices in summer/spring, or with the turtleneck underneath & boots in fall/winter.
· If you get a dress with the fit you like, check out the designer online, & see if the same dress is available in other colors or patterns. You may buy two same dresses in different colors which you may plan on wearing all long!
· Before you buy anything, just ask yourself: Do I love this dress more than what I am still wearing in the store? If not, put it down. Do not pay attention to the tag – pay more attention to the way dresses or other items fit. There is little consistency among the brands with regards to the sizing anyway.