Style is not always about the price tag. From thrifting to clothing rentals, this month, we’ll be exploring popular money-saving tips and practices that will help us look good for less.
Imagine yourself having a weekend stroll at the mall. You chance upon this wonderful piece on a mannequin in a store’s display. Your heart starts to beat just a tad bit faster and you smile widely in delight — you’ve totally fallen in love with it and you must definitely have it. Familiar? Of course, everyone has probably experienced this thrill of shopping at least once in their life. The automatic course of action for most of us is to go ahead and purchase. Still, what we covet don’t always match our initial expectations. And later on, when we finally get to use it, that’s only when buyer’s remorse hits and we realise that the fashionable piece we wanted might not be for us at all.
Living in style shouldn’t be costly, but it hurts us and our pockets when these unfortunate shopping experiences occur. Ahead, six women spill the deets on the piece they regret buying and give us tips on how we can avoid buyer’s remorse and save money once and for all.