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- March 4, 2008 at 6:04 pm #256264
1.Stretch your clothing budget by concentrating on basic colors, such
as blue, black and gray. Basic colors can be easily interchanged with
different blouses to create diverse outfits.
2.Veer your wardrobe away from the extremely fashionable, trendy
styles that limit how many times and how many ways you can wear them.
3.Don’t over accessorize. It’s a waste of money trying to match
accessories to all your outfits.
4.Dry cleaning costs add up quickly. So put the silks in the back of
the closet, and move your wash-and-wears upfront.
5.When your clothes are wrinkled, hang them on a shower rod, spritz
them with a fine mist of hot water and they’ll be wrinkle-free in the
6.Got a spot? Remove it yourself.
7.Put cash back in your pocket by taking the clothing you no longer
wear — that’s still in good condition — to a consignment shop.
8.Donate unused items to charity and enjoy the tax deduction.
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