It’s March – let’s update that Spring Wardrobe

It’s the 1st of March, and for me at least, that officially means that Winter is almost over and we can start to think about Spring, and, more importantly Spring Fashion. In the past this used to mean a complete blow out shopping trip, giving the plastic a real bashing and coming home laden with more bags than I could ever hope to carry (taxi for Emma please.) But, these days, due to being more savvy with shopping, and more careful with money, I find that I pick key pieces to update my wardrobe, and then look for other ways to make a saving.

Here are a few of my March picks, along with some March money saving tips.

Check out the Voucher Code Websites.

This may seem like a no brainer, but I never buy a single thing online without first checking to see if there are any current voucher codes. These can range from money-off offers, to free delivery and returns. There are lots of voucher codes sites around, but I love My Favourite Voucher Codes because it donates 20% of all profits to good causes each month, making that shopping a little more guilt free. You can also download their app too, which allows you to check for codes when you are out and about.

Currently it has a code for 20% off selected dresses at Dorothy Perkins, here are a couple I have my eye on. Great to wear now, but also very transitional as the weather begins to warm up.

khaki lace maxi dress Price: £18.00 Click to visit Dorothy Perkins

khaki lace maxi dress
Price: £18.00 Click to visit Dorothy Perkins

Midwash Denim Shirt Dress Price: £24.00 Click to visit Dorothy Perkins

Midwash Denim Shirt Dress
Price: £24.00
Click to visit Dorothy Perkins

Take a look at the sales

Almost all websites have a sales section that is a permanent feature. It is always worth checking them out when you are looking for basics and classics. Knitwear is transitional, so with a view towards Spring, thinner knits are a good buy. In addition, denim, classic shift dresses and anything monochrome will never go out of fashion and will therefore prove a shrewd buy.

Wallis is great for classics and currently has a good sale with lots of pieces to wear now and wear later.

Grey Roll Neck Top Was £25.00 Now £15.00Click to visit Wallis

Grey Roll Neck Top
Was £25.00 Now £15.00 Click to visit Wallis

Petite Monochrome Geometric Stripe Jacket Was £35.00 Now £20.00Click to visit Wallis

Petite Monochrome Geometric Stripe Jacket
Was £35.00 Now £20.00 Click to visit Wallis

Black Zip Pocket Ponte Trouser Was £30.00 Now £20.00Click to visit Wallis

Black Zip Pocket Ponte Trouser
Was £30.00 Now £20.00 Click to visit Wallis

Sign up for emails and updates

This morning I have received an email informing me that the Miss Selfridge sale has started today. Most online stores have email updates that you can sign up to which let you know about new sales and further discounts. Combined with voucher codes for free delivery, or a further 10% off sale, these updates can enable you to make really significant savings.

Plunge Rib Midi Dress Was £39.00 Now £19.50Click to visit Miss Selfridge

Plunge Rib Midi Dress
Was £39.00 Now £19.50 Click to visit Miss Selfridge

Nude Judo Wrap Pencil Skirt Was £39.00 Now £10.00Click to visit Miss Selfridge

Nude Judo Wrap Pencil Skirt
Was £39.00 Now £10.00 Click to visit Miss Selfridge

How do you save money on your clothes shopping?

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6 thoughts on “It’s March – let’s update that Spring Wardrobe

  1. Great tips – personally I have a love hate relationship with sales a this time of year, it’s either all the stuff that no one wanted, or absolute bargains! I love getting email discounts through though!

  2. Other than toning down a few layers my fashion in Spring is no different to Winter sadly but any excuse to buy new clothes hey! x

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  4. Great pieces you featured here! I am also starting to look around for spring clothes and I think I will be getting something from ASOS as there was 20% off in Elle Magazine.

    Thanks for sharing these great pieces!

    Dominika
    http://dominika.co

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