It's time for a little advice.
The Next Season Rule:
Ask yourself: Will I wear this next season? If the answer is no, do not even bother spending a lot on the piece. There's no point in buying a piece, particularly if it's $300, if you're not going to wear it in 3 weeks time. Consider buying items that you will be happy to wear the next season as well. If there's an item you've already loved for two seasons already, chances are you probably won't be a fan for much longer. So it's important to consider the longevity of pieces.
Let me see the money:
If you keep all your clothes in an immaculate condition, then this tip is for you. Once you no longer want an item sell it. Whether this is on ebay, Facebook, or whatever avenue you prefer. This is a wonderful way to earn back some of the money. We know you'll use that money to buy more clothes. If you haven't worn an item in the last 6 months consider adding it to your sell or donate pile in your Spring clean.
Black is the new black:
Black is an incredibly versatile colour that is easy to style. Especially when it comes to shoes and bags, consider buying in black. This way you have so many more options in your wardrobe.
Organise your wardrobe:
One of the biggest mistakes that can be made is having a messy wardrobe. Unfortunately with this, we tend to forget what we actually own. Organisation will help avoid this, so you can make the decision if you really do need another pair of pointed toe heels.
Invest in pieces that will have longevity. You really do get what you pay for. Know your brands and the quality they produce. Spending that bit extra will be more beneficial in the long run, and your bank account will thank you for it.
When shopping for new pieces make sure you don't have anything similar. You want your wardrobe to have as many options as possible.
Have a wonderful week beautifuls.