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7 Tips for College Students to be Fashionable on a Budget

You can do it!

Most college students have a love for fashion. The advantage of being young and in college is that one looks naturally fascinating. With just a little touch of putting on fashionable items, your awesome looks come out. Many would wish to own a closet like Kim Kardashian, but money limitations are a challenge.

So how does one look fab on a budget?

  1. Choose Unbranded Stuff Over-Branded

Yes, we would all love to wear branded items, but that is not always possible. The mistake that many college students make is to believe that the only way to look fab is by wearing brands. Well, this is not true. Some companies make high-class fashion trends and, and you do not need to break the bank to own them. You’re only in college; once you start earning, then the branded clothing won’t look so expensive.

  1. Look for Discount Stores in Your Neighborhood

Take advantage of those discounts

Regardless of where you live, there’s always a store around the corner that has discounted fashionable items. Once in a while, you may find cool stuff. The trick is to visit the store regularly so that as soon as there are discounts, you will be the first to purchase the items that are appealing to you. Once in the store, take your time to go through the racks, you may find beautiful clothing in between them.

  1. Search for Online Discount Shops

This is among the affordable ways to purchase trendy clothes for a little amount of money. Stores like,, and are among the many online stores that offer a discount. You can buy adorable T-shirts for as little as $5.

  1. Buy Something You Can Wear With Many Outfits

Buy something that goes with many of your outfits

Invest for an item that goes with most of your outfits. That way, you will always look trendy since you will be able to create many different looks with the clothing. This way, you get the most out of your investment.

  1. Unless You Truly Love It, Don’t Buy It

When you’re not sure of the item, do not purchase it. Chances are that it will occupy a permanent place in your wardrobe. A tip to be sure before buying it, make sure that you can envision yourself wearing it on many occasions. If need be, write paper on why you are buying it for clarity purposes, do so and make the right decision.

  1. What is Your Fashion?

A high fashion sense is when one is sure of the fashion trend that works for them. The perception that wearing the latest fashion trend will make you look fab is wrong. The saying may be a cliché, but in fashion, it sounds right, less is indeed more. You are capable of meeting all fashion standards without exaggerating your style.

  1. Search for E-Coupons

Thanks to reliable e-coupon sites such as Deal catcher, Retail me amongst many, you can save 50% on these coupons. They are just like loyalty cards. With such vouchers, you can afford to look like the trendiest student on campus.


For you to be fashionable, all you have to do is be a smart shopper. Always look out for great offers and if need be, mark the calendar dates of the most significant sales. As much as having a high fashion sense is cool, remember to stay true to you and not to do so because of peer pressure.

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Comment by Naomi Brown on February 26, 2018 at 7:58am

Thanks a lot. 

Comment by SharonSmith on February 27, 2018 at 4:07am

Perfect information. The exact thing always looks out for great offers. I always prefer the fashionable dress, with matching bracelet only. Recently I ordered a Timeless Pearl multi color bracelet which will perfect for my college outfit.


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