How To Cut Your Family’s Clothing Budget In Half

by Hannah

Spending too much money on clothes for you and the family is the easiest way to ruin your carefully crafted budget, but so many of us do it. When you need new clothes, there isn’t much you can do about it and you’ll have to spend some money. But you don’t need to be spending anywhere near as much as you are. If you can save money on your clothes budget, you can use that extra cash for something fun like a great family holiday. But before you start planning a trip, you need to get that spending under control. Here are some simple ways you can cut the amount of money you spend on the family clothes budget.

Never Buy Full Price

There are so many great deals and offers out there that you should never really be paying full price for anything. If you are, you’re just wasting money unnecessarily. You can easily find voucher codes online for some great clothes and if you think that you’ll only get discounts on the horrible stuff, check out this guide to dressing beautifully with discount codes. You can buy all of the stuff that you normally like to wear for a fraction of the price. You should always be on the lookout for sales as well. If you find something that you like, just take note of it and keep an eye out for the next sale in that shop. If you start impulse buying stuff when it’s full price, you’ll kick yourself when you see a few weeks later and the price has been slashed.

Buy More Expensive Clothes

That might sound pretty counterproductive since you’re trying to save money but hear me out. You can buy cheap clothes but they’re only going to break in a couple of months (or days if the kids are wearing them) and you’ll have to replace them. By spending a bit more money now and getting good quality clothes, you’ll save more money in the future. Browsing expensive clothes will also make you think twice about making impulse purchases.

I know what you’re thinking, that’s fine for you but the kids are going to burn through clothes quickly regardless of how expensive they are. That is true so when it comes to their clothes, get a mixture. Buy cheap stuff that they can wear when they’re playing outside and then get some more expensive stuff that they can wear other times.

Gender Neutral Clothing

Hand me downs are a great way to save money on clothes when you’ve got more than one child so you should always be keeping stuff even when they grow out of it. But what happens if you have a boy, keep all of his clothes, then you have another baby and it’s a girl? That’s why you should always try to go for gender neutral stuff when they’re young. Then you can reuse the old clothes regardless without any complaints from the younger kids.

Use these simple tricks and you’ll save so much money on clothes that you can use to create more good memories with the family.

Nb. Collabrative post.

Leave a Comment