3 Ways to Update Your Fall Wardrobe Without Breaking the Bank
Inside Edition has partnered with RetailMeNot and its Shopping & Trends Expert Sara Skirboll, who shared her top tips for a wardrobe refresh on a budget.
Fall is here and that means a style update.
Inside Edition has partnered with RetailMeNot and its Shopping & Trends Expert Sara Skirboll, who shared her top three tips for a wardrobe refresh on a budget.
First, Skirboll said, reclaim trends from last year.
"While, yes, trends are constantly evolving, the good news is that you don’t have to worry about buying a new wardrobe," Skirboll said. "Some of last year’s staples are still popular this year!"
Animal prints, plaids and bold colors, particularly red, are still perfectly stylish, she added. "These are classics that you can incorporate into your wardrobe basics year after year and will never go out of style."
Next, figure out which items you should spend a little more money on. "I recommend investing in quality shoes and denim since they are a key part of my wardrobe," said Skirboll. "I can dress them up and I can dress them down."
Skirboll explained she saves money in the long run "because they last forever."
Finally, she said, install the RetailMeNot Genie browser extension to find the best discounts.
"It does all the work for you; finding coupon codes and cash back offers for hundreds of stores like Macy’s and Nike, then applies the deals right at checkout for instant savings!" said Skirboll.
Now that's what we call shopping with style. Visit RetailMeNot.com/Genie to get the free Genie browser extension to maximize your savings at checkout.
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