Know What You are Getting Beforehand…Not After The Caboose Goes By!

Clothing should never be bought based on a name or label. There are
so many variables in clothing production, source of manufacture, fabric, interfacing, lining, padding, thread, buttons, styling, fit and longevity.

Names and labels does not denote quality, especially when the price is too good to be true. Something has got to give and normally it is taking short cuts in fabrics, production, etc.

Before purchase, do your homework! Know and understand what you are getting. There are differences. Don’t base an apparel purchase on the marketing of a garment, make it on quality, value and longevity. A core essential wardrobe consists of garments that last, mix-n-match, dress up and down and be ready on a moments notice for anything that comes up. You will have a better wardrobe over time, spend less and one that will give you a good return on your investment.

It is best to take your time and base your decision on good information not after the Caboose passes by. Be pro-active and prevent buyer’s remorse!

 

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