Buying clothes can be a rewarding activity and relaxation, or a daunting experience. It all depends on your attitude and approach. In order not to disappoint you with your purchases, you have to be careful and pay attention to the small details.
Great.guru collected some tips to make your next shopping experience an enjoyable and stress-free. Read to the end and you will find a council to choose between cheap clothes and face.
1. The flexibility and the width of the shoe
Many shoes in the market seem modern, but they are not good for your feet. When you purchase shoes, you try to fold them up and turn to verify its flexibility. A shoe should bend under the ball of the foot and there should be some resistance when twisted. When you try on shoes, walk on hard surfaces and carpet to see how they feel in both feet.
Pay attention to not only the length but also the width. Make sure that there is enough room to slightly move the toes of the feet. If you can’t move them, the shoes are too tight.
2. The layer or thickness of a cashmere sweater
If you are intending to buying a cashmere sweater, reviews the layer or thickness of the fabric: most of the threads from kashmir are of two layers, which means that two threads are closely intertwined to create a stronger one. The yarns of multiple layers are stronger, thicker and more durable than a single layer. When weaving, one side of a stitch of a single layer, you see more width than the other, which appears to form a continuous vertical column.
3. Matching patterns
In high quality clothing, designs (pictures or horizontal stripes) must match at the seams and sleeves. Manufacturers of cheap clothing often skip this detail to keep the costs, because “match” often means to cut the individual pieces of the garment. However, mismatch may be exaggerated in order to give the garment a eccentric look.
4. The logitud perfect for jeans
For women, the choice depends on the type of jeans. With the pants of the ankle, the hem should be just above or just at the ankle. Jeans pitillo must provide a clean look and reach to the ankle. Jeans straight should cover the upper part of the feet. Remember to choose clothes that fit your body type.
When you choose jeans for men, opt for those that are long enough to cover your socks, but short enough not to cover the shoes.
5. The quality of the fabric
Always check the label. Despite the fact that the synthetic fabric is cheaper and is often mixed with natural materials, doesn’t last as long as the natural tissue when it is washed repeatedly. Hold the fabric to the light to judge its weight and the density of the tissue.
Finally, check the stitching from both the inside as on the outside of the garment. It is a signal of warning if you are careless with the seams, if you have loose threads, torn or sewn several times.
6. Do not rely on the size of the label
Although in the past we used a standard table, the majority of the brands today seem to develop their own system of sizes. Another problem with the sizes are the so-called “sizes of vanity”. According to a research, a dress size 8 today is almost the same as a dress size 16 in 1958. Therefore, you should always try different sizes and choose the one you like the most and you look better.
7. Dress with comfortable clothing
8. The time of year
Some things can be cheaper during a certain month or even in a given day. According to the page online ShopItToMe.com, Thursday is the best day to buy purses and the Monday is perfect to buy sunglasses and dress pants. In January it is better to buy suits and winter items, which are put on sale. Autumn is the best time of year to buy jeans.
9. Mandatory waiting periods
Do not purchase an item that you like immediately. Some sources advise to wait approximately one week after seeing an article in the store. Often, after this waiting period, you decide that you really do not want and can not go back to buy it. It recalls that, according to the financial planners, you should not spend more than 5 percent of your salary on clothes.
10. Equation “cost per wear”
When deciding whether to buy a garment face or go for its equivalent of cheaper, uses an equation of “cost per wear” . This is the sum of the price of the item and its maintenance divided by the number of times that you will use. According to this equation, for the clothes that you are going to use regularmene, it is better to have the article more expensive but of higher quality, since you will in the long term. The opposite is true for items that you will not use regularly.
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