1. Buy things you love not just because they’re cheap.
2.Do the old fashion maths. If it’s £100 but you’ll wear it 100 times then it’s worth it, if it’s £10 but you’ll probably never wear it it’s not.
3. Select pieces that work for summer but can be layered up in winter.
4. Think about the longevity. If it’s too trend-led, you probably won’t want to re-wear it next Spring.
5. Denim’s always a winner (unless it’s stonewashed)
6. Put together outfits in your head with clothes you already have in your wardrobe.
7. Go at the end when it’s the dregs. You may find your taste is completely off from everyone else’s (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, some people's taste is questionable)
8. Wear comfortable clothes that are easy to take off and put back on if your daring to try clothes on in the changing rooms.
9. Check the store's returns policy.
10. Mum always says if you buy something new you should throw something old out but we'll glide past that.