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2021.06.19
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Designer suits, handbags, shoes, and accessories are often used to demonstrate wealth and achievement. Unfortunately, while we're interviewing for our next big job, interviewers expect us to dress the part before we've earned the necessary funds.

Fortunately, you don't have to make a lot of money to appear effective. There are several ways to look the part without breaking the bank. Here are a few pointers on how to dress for success before you achieve it.



1. Rent your clothes

Don't have the funds to purchase a new suit or dress? Instead, rent it. Askmeoffers is ideal for discovering coupons for affordable, fashionable, and ​special-occasion clothing​. So, rather than spending thousands of dollars on a designer suit, you can rent one for about $100.

2. Visit a thrift store

You never know what you'll find when you go thrifting. Designer clothes can be found at a discount at Goodwill, nearby thrift shops, and consignment stores. You never know what kind of treasures you'll find on the thrift store shelves. Thrift stores are especially useful for simple items like professional blouses and skirts.

3. Consignment stores on the internet

If local thrift shops don't have what you're looking for, consider consignment apparel websites and apps. Many gently used ​designer clothing ​pieces can be found on these sites for under $50. Many things sell out quickly, so act quickly if you see anything you really want. You can also use these platforms to sell your discarded things for credit, allowing you to shop for work wear with no out-of-pocket costs. You can save further by using deals and offers from cashback sites like CouponsABC.

4. Go through the closets of your colleagues.

Are you convinced that you're too old to share clothes with your siblings or friends? Reconsider your place. Many of your classmates are probably in the same situation as you. They may be looking for the next step in their career, but they don't have much money to spend on a new wardrobe. If you lend a sister (or brother) some of your clothes while they're interviewing for a new job, they'll almost certainly return the favour.

5. Maintain a tidy appearance

Your clothes are crucial in your overall appearance, but the impact you make is much more important. Simple things like maintaining good posture, smiling, and keeping your hair and makeup clean can have a significant impact on how people perceive you.

6. Go shopping in department stores

Department stores may not be the first place that comes to mind when looking for inexpensive clothing. However, they also hold mega sales on work-appropriate clothes, such as uniforms, bags, and other essentials. Look around to see if you can find any classic items for a low price.

7. Make friends with the cobbler in your neighbourhood.

Cobblers can seem a little out of date, but they can make your old shoes look (and feel) brand new again. Instead of squandering your last few bucks on a new pair of shoes, consult your cobbler to see if he or she can revive the ones you already own.

8. Don't bother with dry cleaning

The majority of dress clothes should not be sent to the cleaners for each use. Dry cleaning delicate fabrics like silk or cashmere will potentially harm the fabric. So, what are your options?

In most cases, silk and cashmere should be hand-washed to prolong the longevity of the garment. Wool suits should only be steamed and washed when absolutely appropriate. Any small stains may be treated with a bottle of wool or cashmere cleaner. You can still wash the lining of your suit or spray it with a non-irritating fabric freshener to freshen it up.

9. Make a statement with your accessories

You can always accessorise if you already have a few ​high-quality clothing​ pieces but want to make each outfit more your style. Accessories like jewellery, purses, pocket squares, and ties don't have to be expensive, but they can instantly refresh an outfit. Furthermore, accessories are simple to store and take up less room in your wardrobe. 

10. Maintain a straightforward approach.

When selecting professional products, classic designs with plain, neutral colours are a good choice. You can mix and match anything in your wardrobe this way, giving the impression that you have more clothing choices than you really do. You'll be able to wear each piece for years to come if you stick to the classics, which will save you money in the long run.







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