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Buying Women`s clothes is exciting and daunting at the same time. Exciting because fashion is love, we live for good clothes and the food we can wear. Daunting because it is usually hard to find a price that actually does the work it is supposed to, which is to make you look flawless, comfortable, elegant and sexy in your own unique style and persona. Usually, in the market place, we end up buying clothes that later prove to be useless. Therefore there are little things that you can keep in mind while you are buying clothes to avoid any faux pas. So to have an amazing next shopping experience in a budget and also stress-free, read the tips given below:

 1. The flexibility and comfort

 Comfort is the first thing that you must look before buying any clothes. Unless you are comfortable enough in your attire, you won’t give your best at an event. Moreover, uncomfortable outfits make it hard for you to enjoy the event or focus on work in offices. The even more important thing to understand is the good looking clothes aren’t always comfortable and also, expensive and glamorous clothes also aren’t very amicable with comfort usually. So decide if you are ready to trade off a bit of comfort with glamour but never overlook it. Cotton clothes are most comfortable.

Avoid shimmery and itchy clothes. Never buy tight-fitting clothes, as they may have problems while you sit and move. Make sure there is enough room for you to move your elbows and wiggle your shoulders.

 2. Matching patterns

 Pay special attention to the fabric pattern after you have given a clean chit to the comfort and fit. Some clothes have a poor pattern matched with hard lines that are quite noticeable. The high-quality clothes and patterns must match with the seams as well as sleeves. Generally, Manufacturers can cheap out on clothes and skip this detail in order to keep up the profitability while cutting out the single pieces of the fabric. But, this mismatching can sometimes be too hard giving you a client and mismatched eccentric look.

 3. The perfect length

 While buying clothes make sure to look at the length of the dresses, jeans or Long Kurtis. Certain sizes come with varying lengths. With buying single Short Kurtis make sure to wear them with the actual bottoms that you’re going to wear to decide on what length you’re buying. Such as more lengthy Kurtis can hide the embellishments of your palazzos or shararas. Long length jeans usually can be folded but in certain cases they’re too long and look absurd on the ankles. Therefore check the length and get it altered if you want to buy jeans that are not your length size. Also, with bottoms, the choice is based on the type such as with ankle pants, the hem should be positioned above or over the ankle bone; straight bottoms should cover the top of your feet.

 4. The quality of the fabric

 The fabric quality determines the durability of your fabric. It also contributes to how you look overall and your comfort. Before buying any clothes, check the label because the cheaper fabrics like synthetics are mixed with natural material, so it isn’t as durable as the pure natural materials with laundering. You can hold the fabric to some light to gauge if its weight and density are more than the usual weave. Also, remember to check the seams at the insides and outsides of the cloth. If they are loose, sloppy, or stitched poorly, it is not worth your money.

 5. Cross-check the sizes

 Never trust the size that you find in the label, especially when you are buying from a new brand. Don’t trust the size on the label. Though a typical sizing chart can be used, it is not very reliable is usually prone to mistakes. Hence the brands now have their own sizing model. One more problem is that of “vanity sizing” as a dress that is size 8 dress is the same as a size 16 in the early 1960s. Hence before buying blindly trusting on the label size, try on your peace it will give more clearance in other pieces of dressing in the same brand.

 6. The time of year

 When buying clothes, check if it’s suitable for the seasons and the weather that exists. You don’t want to buy tons of clothes for winter only to realize summer is around the corner. Make sure you check the material for its nature, that is if it makes you warmer or not. In case the season of summer, you don’t want to buy something that makes you hot. So try and gauge the nature of the cloth material that you are buying. Things may appear cheaper in certain off-seasons. But before buying make sure you actually have the events upcoming to wear it.

 7. Mandatory waiting period

 Benchmark the prices of your clothes before buying. To find a good deal on your favorite picks, make sure you check the item price with other dealers and also online. If you get a fair deal online, you do not want to waste your hard-earned money. Another important thing to note is, do not procrastinate fashion shopping. If you love something just buy right away, you don’t want to come back after a couple of days only to find the piece you loved is sold out.

 8. Value for money

 When buying an expensive piece of clothing, decide if it is going to be worth its value. You don’t want to spend so much money on a dress to find out only to find it is not worth the money. It is possible that the cheaper equivalent of the garment can give a better return on the investment. Gauge the number of times you are going to wear the garment and its maintenance efforts. If you are going to wear the garment every day, you can choose an expensive but comfortable one. You can buy a cheaper item that has a rare and unique fashion quotient and isn’t very readily available everywhere.