Tommy Hilfiger, the famous American designer, has done a test that everyone can help in the correct selection of new clothes. If you follow these tips, you can confidently buy.
The garment is sewn in my figure, not that of Kate Moss.
Every woman has in her wardrobe dress, skirt or blouse to her slightly narrow. For them spent money directly wasted. Buy clothes only from the size you wear now, but not as you would like to have in the future.
I’m ready to wear it immediately!
But think about this for a moment: How much quality can you really get with a $10 dress at H&M? How long is that $15 sweater from Target really going to last you?
I can tell you from experience that the answer is “not long.” And, I’m sure you’ve probably experienced the same thing yourself.
My point here is that cheap clothing isn’t really that cheap at all. You might be getting a bargain at first, but it’s not going to last over the long haul.
Why Buy Quality Clothing?
High-quality clothing is made with care, which means it’s going to last. I strongly believe that I save money by spending a bit more on clothing for several reasons:
1. You don’t buy on impulse.
When you focus on buying quality, and quality only, you’re unlikely to buy something on impulse because it’s cheap and looks cool.
This means that the clothes in your closet really mean something to you. They’re chosen with thought and consideration, and they’re chosen because they really say something about you in a meaningful way.
I have far fewer clothes than I did this time last year. But the ones I do have are really special to me. I’ll likely still have them years from now.