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Take Good Care

No matter what you spent on clothes, you want them to last. That's what's going to save you the most money in the long run.
 
"Maintaining your wardrobe is really the best investment you can make," Stacy says. "Try and keep your clothes in the best shape possible to extend their life. That's a return on your investment." 

That means limiting dry-cleaning and resoling shoes. It's inexpensive—I recently had seven pairs of shoes and boots fixed for less than $150, much cheaper than it would have been to replace even a single pair. 

Train your brain to behave financially

Stacy London shares her intimate secrets  

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