When Cold Meets Hot

We all have our favorite seasons. There are those that love snuggling up in cozy knits, waiting for the winter to come rolling in; the ones who buy tights and boots and cardigans ready for the autumn winds; those who invest in floral prints ready for the first petals of spring; and then there are the ones who completely lose it and go crazy for the summer trends. But what if you aren’t too hot on the warmer weather clothing? What if you’re a winter warrior and don’t know where to start?

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Take Your Search Online

When you’re trying to keep to a budget especially, shopping online can be one of the best ways to save money. There are deals wherever you look. The only bad thing about it is that you can’t get a real look and feel for what you’re buying. Online boutiques are in abundance for you to be able to shop to your heart’s content, and you may find that some of the reasons that people aren’t spending their money in physical shops are quite clear when you’re searching around on the internet – the choice is unlimited in comparison.

Look Around For Inspiration

If you can’t really gear yourself up towards spending money on clothes that you don’t feel comfortable wearing, look for inspiration from those who are probably in the same boat. You don’t have to get your body out just to justify the warmer weather – and there’s no reason for you to feel pressured to put yourself on display in some of the outfits that are currently being produced. Realistically speaking, buying a whole new summer wardrobe can be an expensive time, and this needs to be taken into consideration too. Think about looks that you have seen on celebrities or even just your friends that you have liked and don’t be afraid to ask them where they got that particular piece of clothing or outfit from. The one bonus you have got from not really wanting to spend a lot on summer clothes is that you will tend to pick something that lasts you throughout the years rather being a throwaway item.

Look For Deals

When fall hits, that’s when you need to start looking out for the bargains that are going to start sweeping through the shops. There are some summer staples, such as hats and sunglasses, which are sold for prices which are too good to miss out on. It’s not like you can’t use them at any other point during the year, either – it doesn’t have to be warm for the sun to be bright for you to wear the sunglasses, and a lot of other items can be saved for vacations later in the year. Thinking ahead with fashion is one of the most money savvy things that you can do. You don’t have to go all out on a season that doesn’t suit your style, and this works at different times of the year as well as now.


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29 thoughts on “When Cold Meets Hot

  1. Thanks for the tips Ula! I have been in quite a tizz with regards to winter shopping especially since I am now living in a wet windy climate as opposed to the dry cold climate I was used to.

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  3. I love your blog! You seem to have really interesting topics 🙂 I blog about books, but my main priority is helping people to get paid to shop online! If you do a lot of online shopping, let me know if you’d like to hear more about that, no catch, no charge for anything. Have a super rest of your week. I can’t wait to read more of your topics xo

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