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When I got my first job out of graduate school, I was in the middle of filing for bankruptcy.There was no way I had money to go shopping for clothes!I am very proud of myself this year, though, since I have found some great ways to save money on clothing while still being able to update your closet every now and then!So here is what you can do if you want to update your closet on a college budget! But trust me on this one–if you are able to cut down your wardrobe to just the core items, simply changing 3 shirts will completely update it!I really love college life, but I gotta say–one thing I miss about high school and working is that I actually had accessible funds.Reality and being a grown-up comes in the form of budgets and responsibilities, which is great and all, but sometimes I just wish I could be irresponsible for a day or two ;) I’ve had to get kind of creative with how I spend money over the last two years or so, especially when it comes to clothes.The last two agencies I worked for allowed me to wear jeans, so I basically wore a t-shirt (with the company logo, at least), jeans, and sneakers or flip flops.I know how unprofessional that sounds, but it was SO NICE after a few years of wearing dress clothes!
This isn’t to collect items to sell/make money (although that’s smart too).
Here are some of my tips on how you can update your wardrobe on a budget: 1.
Do a clothing audit This isn’t about casually going through your closet – go through every single piece you own and do a deep analysis on its use.
Anything you don’t dig up after a few months, donate it.
– Donate items go to a local thrift store or charity.