You do not need to break the bank all in the name of looking good. This
is because you can still spend less and still appear fashionable. The
important thing here is how you wear what you have. Correspondingly,
Jumia shares ways you can look good or fashionable on a budget.
basics to serve a variety of different outfits. This means looking for
clothes that are neutral, free of complicated patterns and easy to pair
with other clothes. These include plain t-shirts with simple necklines
in multiple colours, a pair of form-fitting blue jeans in your favourite
cut, simple ballet flat shoes, a decent jacket or blazer in a dark
colour and a pair of black pants.
your friends are interested – then ask if there’s anything in their
wardrobe they don’t want anymore. Swapping clothes with your friends can
give new life to unloved pieces and help everyone pick out new pieces
to freshen up their wardrobe.
clearance sales. Many fantastic pieces end up in these stores due to
inability to move product, or sometimes because a store simply needs to
make space for new goods, meaning you’ll find great pieces at low prices
in these stores.
from thrift stores. These places hold a unique mix of clothes donated by
those who lost interest in them for a variety of reasons. Perfectly
good clothing will end up here for outrageously low prices.
parts. This is why you want staples, and why you should build up a
generous collection of accessories such as cardigans, scarves, belts and
jewellery that can add flair and a sense of change to your outfits.