I Want to Look Like Million Bucks, Without Spending That Much!

CutestPrincess By CutestPrincess, 9th Jul 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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It’s Monday morning. You open your closet and re faced with the debris for years of constructing your wardrobe–and you still have “nothing to wear.” It’s the problem that’s been plaguing and puzzling the clothing clueless for years.

Better ways to deal with closet-phobia.

It’s Monday morning. You open your closet and re faced with the debris for years of constructing your wardrobe–and you still have “nothing to wear.” It’s the problem that’s been plaguing and puzzling the clothing clueless for years. Quick fix: head to the store, and buy ten outfits that should last you, well, until the next time you’re feeling fashionably deprived. There are better ways to deal with closet-phobia.

Ukay Away!
One woman’s fashion disaster is another woman’s fashion find. Thrift stores, ukay-ukay racks, and garage sales could hold your next knockout knock-off. Baguio is the most famous haven for frugal fashionistas, but smaller surplus stores re opening all over the metro, too. Tag along with Manang next time she goes shopping. No one needs to know you didn’t spend a fortune to look so fabulous!

Rags to Riches
Be your own fashion fairy godmother, and re-invent your rags. (And you thought those sewing classes in home economics would never come in handy.) You want designer clothes–so design your own clothes! With a wave of your magic needle, old jeans become comfy cutoffs, old tees become sexy tanks, and that baduy dress your grand-aunt gave you last Christmas becomes this season’s sassy skirt. Your new wardrobe is just a few stitches away. read more...

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Bucks, Classics, Closet, Designer, Dress, Economics, Fashion, Ladies, Million, School, Spend, Spending

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