Happy Friday lovelies! I hope you all had a wonderful week! I’m so excited to bring y’all this fall closet revamp post!
Before we dive in, remember that bachelorette weekend (you can read all the bach details here) I went on a few weeks back? Well we are headed back to Atlanta tomorrow for Lauren’s wedding! I can’t wait to see our girl get married and I have no doubt she will be beyond stunning! Make sure to follow along on my Instagram stories to see all of the fun wedding events!
Now on to the real reason why y’all are here, lets get your fall closet ready for $100 or less!
I know first hand how important budgeting is and how hard it can be to budget when all you want to do is buy new clothes….. it’s a constant struggle that I’ve dealt with (not very well I must admit) all my life. I just love clothes SO much and would literally buy something new every week if it was possible! Sadly that’s not reality.
So I’ve created a way you get that fall closet revamp for around $100!
Tip 1: Reuse Last Year’s Clothing/Accessories/Shoes
I know this probably isn’t what you wanted to hear… but it’s so easy to use last year’s fall clothing in a new way for this season! I’m the worst when it comes to reusing last year’s clothing because I really do love shopping. But over the years there have been certain pieces that stay throughout every fall season. Those usually fall under the shoes, accessories and outwear categories. Booties and boots will always be in style, and they really do not change much from year to year. Instead of spending an additional $50 on a pair of shoes, save that money for some cute sweaters! Scarves will be in fashion for years to come if I have anything to say about it. So pull out those blanket scarves from the back of your closet and get ready to wear them again!
Tip 2: Shop those Sales Girlfriend
Sales are my best and worst friend, because you better believe I’ll buy more then I originally intended! But I’ve rounded out some of the best items that are currently on sale!
You can purchase all of this for $110, yes I know I went $10 over the budget of $100 but those mules were too cute to pass up!
Hope you all enjoyed this fall closet revamp! If you’re ever feeling overwhelmed by all of the style updates or think your closet could use some help head on over to my services tab! I love helping women revamp their closet!
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