Makeup or even technology any of that sort of stuff?

So if you’re someone who likes to have a new outfit for every weekend and like to always be seen in something different. You’re probably thinking why the hell would I invest in quality rather than quantity when quantity means that I can have so many different outfits?

Let me tell you when you shooting your mindset and investing into quality items Rather than just Purchasing every single thing that you like the side of it means that your clothes are actually going to start lasting a lot longer.

I find that after I made the switch instead of investing more money into the pieces that I was wearing I actually cared a lot more about the items of clothing and therefore I looked after them better in the long run if you’re looking after something better and if it is made better then it’s just going to last you a whole lot longer if you break it down like if you took a price And divided by how many times you’re wearing it usually it can end up becoming cheaper because you wear it more often.

Especially having a lot of friends who are designers looks and selling that to you at a fraction of the cost to get that low price for you it means that there can be poor labor conditions involved in the making of the garment and that the quality might not be there and I also feel like choosing to Opt for Quality means that you can create a more edited approach to dressing and create your own personal style.

And that way you’re not stressing over outfits and things like that which is something. That’s so trivial But people do it anyway when they do the whole oh my God, what am I going to wear to?

This event you know so just wanted to go through my points of how to look for quality clothing items rather than shopping for quantity. These are things that I like to do to make sure that I’m getting myself The best thing possible and now I also want you to keep in mind that price is not always Correlated to quality just because expensive doesn’t mean it’s good.

So that’s why I have these steps in place to make sure that a garment that I purchase is up to my standards My first point is to be ruthless when you are shopping.

So if you put something on do you feel amazing in it, or do you just feel okay? Does it fit? you really really well or other things about it that you would need to alter or that aren’t quite right and don’t sit comfortably with You and is it the kind of garment that you can bring into what you already own?

And you can wear it with multiple things that you already have in your wardrobe. For me having an edited wardrobe means that I want a garment to be able to be worn in various situations I want to be able to dress it up.

I want to be able to dress it down I just need to know that it will work with everything else that I own, so Really hone in on what it is that you are looking for when you go shopping for a garment I would advise shopping for something in particular when you actually need something and not just going shopping for the sake of going shopping.

Start stepping away a little from fast-Fashion and start looking online at designers that you like or finding where their stores are located.  A lot of mid-range and higher end designers release collections two or four times a year rather than bringing out 10 new items every week.