New students: University doesn’t mean the end of great fashion

New students: University doesn’t mean the end of great fashion

Sep 29
New students: University doesn’t mean the end of great fashion

Articles on the topic of student finance over the past year have made a fairly depressing read, particularly for new students. If you’ve just arrived at university and are afraid you will be soon looking and living like a hobo for the next three years; rest reassured, it is possible to look and feel good as a student.

By budgeting and shopping savvy you should be able to update your wardrobe and even follow trends even if you end up buying fewer clothes. Take all the obvious steps such as only buying key items from the season to update your wardrobe and shopping in sales. In addition explore the online world of shopping to snag your best buys. If there’s a particular designer look you like, make a note of its key components and find some cheaper alternatives. For example, you may have your eye on some of this season’s androgynous wide leg trousers; so instead of heading for the boutiques you could instead check out the likes of http://www.bankfashion.co.uk/women/womens-clothing/jeans-and-trousers/ to find an alternative.

When times are really hard; look to charity shops and jumble sales for individual pieces that come cheap; just don’t forget to check for wear and tear! For more hints and tips, see:  here.

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