Thank you for your kind words! I’m really glad you find this blog helpful. c:
I’m a junior in college this year, and if anything I learned that time is always of the essence, especially if you have 8am classes every day. I don’t like to spend TOO much money on clothes, so I always dig through the sales section both online and offline. Ebay is also a good alternative to get cute clothes you may see on sites like Sheinside for a fraction of the price.
In terms of maintaining your style and aesthetics, try to focus on getting basic pieces such as a striped shirt or anorak. Make those simple items fresh with accessories like a floral or lace circle scarf or a statement necklace, which are often more affordable than buying a brand-new outfit. If you see anything you like online or in stores, see if you can find a cheaper alternative. For instance, yesterday I saw a cocoon cardigan at Forever 21 that was priced at around $28, but I shopped around at Urban Outfitters and found an even better one for $9 in the sale section. That just goes to show that even in budget-friendly stores, you can price compare and get the item you want with a price that will make you and your wallet very happy.
I hope I answered your question; I tend to go off tangent sometimes. Let me know if you have any other questions, and good luck in college!!
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