5 Steps to Eliminating Buyer’s Remorse

Whether you are on a tight budget or looking for your latest investment piece, shopping can be stressful. Buyer’s remorse is all too real and usually stems from buying on impulse or not considering what you already have. Alleviate some of that shopping-induced anxiety with these five simple tips. 

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This is one of the easiest things you can do make sure your new purchase will fit in with what you already own. Do you have to buy new clothes to go with the piece you want? If so, skip it.

If you already have a closet full of silky blouses, you probably don’t need another one. Reach instead for the piece that will expand your closet’s potential.

Sometimes the same item will be marked up or go on sale at one store and not at another.

You are likely to spend much more than necessary when you’re in a pinch. Buy that winter coat or black-tie-appropriate dress before you need it, and your wallet will thank you in the long run.

It’s easy to be tempted by a seriously discounted item. Ask yourself if you would like the piece as much if it weren’t on sale. If not, you have your answer.

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