How to finance your new wardrobe

Once upon a time shopping was simple. You went to the cash machine, drew out your money, and you shopped until it was all spent. Designer clothing was the property of the super rich and famous, the rest of the population were perfectly happy to stick to the Great British High Street, and as for internet shopping, it was merely a blink in the World Wide Webs Eye.

But fast forward to the present day.  It is no longer just the celebrities who carry the designer bags, or wear the Louboutin shoes. Nor is it just the rich who buy designer clothing. Take a look at Harvey Nichols or Selfridges on any given Saturday and you will see women of all ages and backgrounds lured by the beauty of designer goods. It is an expensive game to be part of, but luckily there are various loans online through various banks that can help you with financing your wardrobe.

If you have a touch of the shopaholic Becky (and I have to hold my hands up and say, yes, that’s me), then a loan from a reputable bank may be a much better option than a shop store card or a credit card.  It may be that you decide to splurge on that super designer piece you’ve had your eye on, or maybe your wardrobe is in dire need of an overhaul, but if the temptation proves to be too much, then it may be wise to check out the Halifax Loan Calculator for more info. This clever device helps you to decide a sensible amount to borrow by giving you different repayment options, and then telling you exactly how much you will be paying back each month, with fixed repayments regardless of changes to interest rates.

Financing your wardrobe doesn’t come cheaply, but if you do decide to splurge or treat yourself, a safe and sensible loan may just be the answer.