There are not many times when we look at windows or photos on social media and on the internet with clothes, shoes and other accessories of great fashion houses that we wish to have in our personal wardrobe. The economic strand of the “ideal markets” equation, however, remains for most of us insoluble, and so we move on to alternative markets, which often do not satisfy us. But no one can deny the fact that if someone makes a “perfect purchase” such as a lovely bag that matches many outfits, the desire to buy some other bag often disappears …
1. Redefine what is worth with the passage of time
One of the most basic rules for any purchase is to always buy the best kind you can find with the money you plan to sell. For example, when you buy a cashmere sweater for the first time, it might cost for example 100 euros. Over time you notice that this sweater is your favorite and that you wear it all the time. So the next one you buy may cost a little more. Over time you will redefine what is worth and what is not. It’s a journey to invest in luxury.
2. Do not buy expensive clothes or accessories that you will only wear on separate occasions
If you are going to spend money on something, then at least make sure you use it as often as you can in your everyday life! One of the most common mistakes that many people make is to have money in markets for “special occasions” such as weddings, parties, etc. Fashion must be functional. Take it accordingly!
3. Each of your purchases must be an investment
It is much easier to buy better quality pieces and keep them in good shape for many years, rather than trying to constantly save money by buying cheaper things that are worn out over time or do not satisfy your aesthetic criterion. In the end, you will find that you have made savings because you have not picked up piles of clothes you never wore. The quality and especially the classic pieces are the basis of a timeless chic and stylish wardrobe!
4. Do not spend much on tracks that you will not reuse
There is absolutely no reason to buy an expensive piece if you know you will not use it more than once. For these occasions, you can move smarter and more flexibly by choosing more cost-effective pieces, keeping in mind the “value for money”
5. Discover what you really like
If you are not a fan of accessories, there is no reason to buy an expensive jewelry. Take care of your luxury purchases, meet your aesthetic criteria and style, based on what you really love to wear!
6. Say “yes” to long-term relationships …
It is important to see each piece as an investment rather than something that you will not hold much of. Invest in the fabric, design and quality of the piece you buy. Your relationship to your wardrobe can go through various “phases”, but some pieces should have their own timeless value in your personal style …
7. The rule of frequent use
Pieces such as skeakers, gym clothes, or phone cases are often used, can be worn very easily, and usually require frequent replacement. Keep a balance in the use of the pieces you like and you are aiming to invest in them so that you enjoy them for a long time!