Contrary to the popular belief, it is not only women are found guilty of spending hours for shopping, but men also tend to take their own time when deciding what to buy and from where to buy. However, there are certain mistakes they make, which hampers their overall shopping experience.
Here, we have shed lights on common mistakes men tend to make while shopping. Have a look at them:
Being Brand Conscious
There is a section of men who only like to shop from brands. While it is true that branded items tend to have a longer shelf life and they can resist routine wear and tear but they can burn a huge hole in one’s pocket. With a little search, you can find quality apparels and accessories from non-branded stores as well that too at economical rates. Although it requires some effort and time to be exerted, the value you will get from the products you have purchased will be worth it.
Simply put, if you have budget constraints, go for non-branded stores that offer quality products.
Blindly Following the Trends/Celebs
While keeping oneself abreast of the latest trends when it comes to fashion and style is certainly not a bad idea but blinding following every trend that surfaces is something we are not recommending. Always remember that a look your favorite celeb flaunted on an event or a red carpet may not suit you as much as it suited them. The idea is to be comfortable in what you are wearing. Even if there is slight discomfort, it will show on your face and personality.
Having said this, we are certainly not advising to ignore the style factor at all. Flaunting a dated look will also not do any good to you. The best advice is to create your own style statement that makes you feel comfortable.
Not Paying attention to the Material
Many men only pay attention to the colors and overall look of the clothes or accessories they are buying, while neglecting the quality of the material they are made of. This is a huge mistake on their part as the quality of material holds a vital factor in the durability of the item you have purchased.
For example, apparels made from certain fabric tend to lose their sheen and their colors fade away after a single wash. Thus, you can not wear them again since they start giving a weary look. On the other hand, apparels and accessories made from the finest quality materials tend to retain their original look even after multiple washes; thus, offer complete value for money.
Neglecting the ‘Perfect Fit’ Element
It goes without saying that an ill-fitted shirt, jeans or a suit can never look good on any men. No matter how attractive or trendy an outfit is, if it doesn’t fit you perfectly, don’t buy it. Trial rooms in the shopping stores are there for a reason; try the outfit before buying it and make sure it gives you an ideal fit.
All in all, avoiding these mistakes while shopping can help you to buy the apparels and accessories that look great on you and fall in your budget bracket. cked