Updating wardrobe when you are broke

Think on it a minute and decide if all was a perfect world, how would I dress? You’ve already decided how you want your wardrobe to look, so start going through and finding what fits your vision and what doesn’t. This gave me a good idea of what I had and what I liked.

People tend to accumulate and accumulate and hold on to things that are never or rarely used. Take the pile of things you don’t wear or use and…If you have nice things you don’t wear or use, consider selling them. I’ve sold workout clothes I never liked in my local Facebook neighborhood sale group. The workout clothes did not make nearly as much, but I had more money in my pocket afterward.

A small closet full of quality clothes that actually fit make you look so much better than a huge closet full of cheap, old, ill-fitting items ever will. Stick to classic items and embellish with the trends.When something catches their eye, they just throw a wad of money at it, never even bothering to look at the freaking price tag. You’re stuck with a second-rate salary, and you can’t spend much of it on your wardrobe.They’re always dressed to kill, without even thinking. You currently go shopping once in a blue moon, which is already too much of a cost. You want to dress better, but the price tag is just too high. What if you could upgrade to a sharper-looking wardrobe on a super-tight budget?Below, we're showcasing new ways to style the classic pieces you already have in your closet to make them feel new again.Keep scrolling to check out these new tricks, and feel happy about your closet again.I sent a few dresses to a friend and donated the rest.


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