Fast Fashion

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If you want to control your use of a credit card, says one advisor, put it in a cup of water and pop it into the freezer, when you need it, you'll have to wait a few hours after taking out the cup for it to thaw. This waiting time can improve the purchase decision and may cause it to be postponed or canceled altogether.

✩ I am obsessed with fashion , I learned many points and recommendations. I've learned that before I go shopping, I determine exactly what I'm going to buy (write it down in a list), look it up online, read past reviews of those who've bought it, and then come up with a final list of what I want. to purchase. The amount of time I will spend researching is important because it gives me a window of time that might make me think I don't really need some items and then drop them off the list. Whenever possible, I always try to shop within stores that give you points that can be redeemed for important goods or benefits, or that have various loyalty programs. Before the seasons of huge sales (such as White Friday, Black Friday, Cyber ​​Monday, etc.), plan it well according to the following: Decide what to buy from the list and find the best products from online reviews. The Internet And last but not least:

One of the most important money saving tips is to never buy things you don't need. We are in the age of marketing and temptations abound, so think carefully before making a purchase decision and do not rush: I learned that the piece can be used in more than one way, and in addition to that, I can sew my clothes with my own hands, such as hats or socks.