Be more intentional in your shopping: How to shop smarter

As we're reaching the end of the year, sales and markdowns are just around the corner. It may be holiday season but when indulging in retail therapy in excess, shopping can bleed your wallets dry and leave you in heavy credit card debt.


Luckily, there are ways we can control our shopping habits without sacrificing our style. Here are some tips for those who are looking to bring in new additions to their closet this sale season, but still want to stay within budget.

#1: Do a wardrobe cleanup.

Then make a list of stuff you need so you can zero in on it when you go shopping.

It's easy to get sidetracked and add multiple items into your cart if you don't know what you need. With a list, it's easier to stay on track and not get stuff that you already have.


Not just your clothes need a revamp, you need to do it for your accessories too - especially your bags. A functional and minimalistic bag goes a long way.



#2: A good statement accessory

We believe in the power of accessorising. Be it a necklace, earrings, or ring, it can spice up an old outfit and make it look elevated, like our statement necklace piece, Cleopatra.




#3: Bring a trusted shopping buddy

Having a friend with you to give you second opinion is always helpful. Not only can they tell if that's your style, they can also save your hard-earned cash by telling you if it's worth it or not.


#4: Stick to your personal style

Just because something is on sale or looks nice in store doesn't mean you will wear it once it's in your closet. That trendy piece may be on markdown, but will you wear it a few years down the road?


Invest in a staple minimalistic dress that you can wear it up or down, and can last you for a long time, like our Saori Layered Dress.


Shop now instore and online to get up to 50% off!! While stocks lasts ✨




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