Let’s talk about the B word, bargain. Retail therapy is a great way to relax and feel better, but in moderation. Shopping on a budget can be incredibly rewarding task if you’re trying to save money or get out of debit.
Last year, the average household acquired about $7,162 in credit card debt According to Card Hub. In that same year, the annual average spending on apparel and services was $1,786 according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.
The average annual salary of 2014 was $44,569 CNBC reports. Considering this data, approximately $149 a month was spent on garments and services in 2014.
If this sounds anything like your current finances and you enjoy wearing designer labels, never fear. Based on experienced bargainers, high-end retail managers and wardrobe stylists, here are the 5 best ways to shop for designer labels for less than $100.
Check out this video, by Charlie Marie from New Zealand – A Fashion Designer & Vlogger – she explains the importance of Quality over Quantity, smart splurging and saving.
The key to shopping for designer labels under $100 is patience. Know exactly what you’re looking for and make friends with beneficial people along the way.
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Angelisa Ross is a San Jose State University alumni, entrepreneur and a writer with one goal and one goal only, decrease low self-esteem in women. She is a Journalist for Workingmomin20s.com covering pop culture phenomena and social issues for millennial that enjoy critical thinking. She is a dynamite combination of knowledge acquired from long nights of studying diligently in school, and enjoys all things natural, beautiful, and #vintage. Her mission in life is to use her creative talents to inspire the world.