Taking a frugal approach to clothing can save you hundreds to thousands of bucks each year. And you don’t have to look like a ragamuffin! By carefully combing the thrift racks and seeking out deals on new stuff, you’ll take great joy in outfitting yourself for a fraction of the cost.
Frugal Wife’s Quick Guide to a Frugal Wardrobe:
Buy used whenever humanly possible.
Shop smart when you must buy new.
Wear things for a long time. Buy clothes that’ll last and don’t plan on throwing clothes away every year. Repair and sew instead of tossing.
Own less. Part of frugalizing is simplifying and being satisfied with fewer clothes.
How you launder matters.
Don’t rush to the wash–try to wear things at least twice before washing.
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