Let’s be honest! Women love shopping and almost every woman would take hours to finally decide what to buy. But do not worry ladies; we have some intelligent tips which will help you cut down your shopping hours by almost half, so that you can focus on more important chores.
- Try Everything You Like
The little room at the corner on every shopping store is called a trial room and should be used. Don’t spend all your time deciding whether the shirt or the pant you just picked will look good on you. A piece of shirt looks way more different on a hanger than on your body. So, always try on anything you like rather than arguing with your own self.
- Don’t Shop Alone
Always take a friend along with you who knows you better, for a second opinion, rather than asking the sales assistant who would probably ask you to choose something which is more expensive. A friend can help you decide better if the clothes look good and if they fit perfectly. Decide what you are going to buy, try it, ask your friend how it looks and if he/she gives a thumb up, buy it without any further questioning.
- Know Your Size
You would be spending a good half an hour deciding your exact measurements, so it is always recommended to know them before going for shopping. Write your waist, chest and shoulders length on a piece of paper and keep it with you in a purse before going for shopping. Or you can also take along a shirt or bottoms that fit you perfectly to match the size accordingly.
- Decide Your Budget
Never go for shopping unplanned! Always decide how much you are planning to spend on each item you want to buy. It spares you the disappointment of liking something that is above your range. Check the price tag first if your budget is limited and then choose accordingly. Also look for stores that have any ongoing sales.
- Know the Ongoing Trend
Another big reason for spending hours at a clothing store is deciding whether the particular style is in trend or not, so make sure you always search the internet to look what’s in and what’s not. Some stores even offer a catalogue to help you decide easily whether a certain pair of shoes or pants is in fashion.