New Year - New resolutions: How to change your shopping behavior in no time
Also 2017 starts with the ever-popular question: what are your resolutions for the New Year? Apart from more sports, healthy eating and a more conscious lifestyle, we have set ourselves another goal. We want to be no more sustainable and reflective shopping. Contrary to the claim that we never have something to wear, our cabinets are bursting at the seams! We say: "Stop it. And stick to these 3 simple rules!
Quality Not Quantity
Admittedly, every second modern magazine and every third blogger preaches, but there is actually something on this sentence! That worn daily Tops after a short time already have holes or disfiguration the seam is super annoying and that is why we are often too stingy to lie a lot of money for this purpose. Unfortunately, this is the wrong attitude. Just top quality tops and shirt are more durable and are worth their price. Instead of 5 parts rather invest in 2 qualitative pieces and you will quickly notice the difference.
Make a Shopping List
For the food shopping we write lists. We consider what we would like to eat, and write down the ingredients. Why not do the same for our wardrobe? In 90% of the cases, we go haphazardly into the stores to "see what there is." Very, very big mistake, as we all know. It is not uncommon for us to pack up our purchases without a good reason. Take a look in your wardrobe and go shopping. Your urgent need of a new Jeans in Black? With a list this is no problem!
Large investment: flea markets
Sorting out, sorting out, sorting out - this is our keyword! Anyone who wants to keep an overview of all his parts and want them to be well-ordered, does not get around the bad word with "A". Register a stand at flea markets or put your old clothes online, you will find buyers guaranteed and you can earn the one or the other Euro also still. In addition, you complete other wardrobes and create a wide smile on the face of other fashion crazy.
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