7. Good Quality Clothes
When you only rely on hand-me-downs or overall cheap clothes, there’s a chance you won’t feel comfortable for very long. The fact that you run the risk of watching all the fabric disintegrate before your eyes should make you think twice about never buying expensive clothes.
And we don’t mean you should dish out $150 on a pair of jeans, either. You should find brands and prices that work for you. For example, a $20 pair won’t last very long, but a $50 pair could become your new favorite item of clothing. Finding a sweet spot might take some time but it’s well worth the effort.
Does that mean you should avoid the bargain bin? No, but you should be more selective when it comes to what you’re going to wear. When you do visit the thrift store don’t think you have to buy 5 pairs of shirts so that you could push your next visit further away. Instead, focus on finding just one item that’s high quality and that speaks to you. And if you can’t find it? There’s no shame in turning back around and heading home.