5 Money Saving Hacks for Men’s Fashion

Unfortunately, money doesn’t grow on trees. But you can make it go further with these handy money saving hacks for men’s fashion.

Whether you’re looking to expand your wardrobe or replace an item of clothing, don’t let money get in the way of your style.

In this blog, we share some of the best money saving hacks for men’s fashion – helping you create the wardrobe you want, without having to consistently spend lots of your hard-earned dough.

Money saving men’s style hack #1

Keep it basic

Men's style money saving hacks

It’s easy to get caught up in the latest fashion fad. You only have to find an old photo from a few years back and you’ll find yourself wearing a ghastly, outdated shirt you once loved.

Save your money and shop for timeless essentials. Men’s fashion is always changing, with new prints and patterns coming and going. However, the basics remain the same. Think white t-shirt, brown suede boots, solid dark blue jeans and Oxford shoes.

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Take care of what you have

A big part of saving money on fashion is taking care of what you already have. For clothing, try following the label instructions and washing accordingly. Some clothes are hand-wash, machine wash and dry clean only.

You can preserve the quality of your denim jeans by washing them inside out and wearing them more than once before throwing them in the dirty laundry basket. Washing your jeans frequently will wear them out more quickly.

Replacing shoes can cost a lot of money too. So for your leather shoes, invest in good polish to keep them in good condition, a shoehorn to preserve the backs and a shoe tree to prevent them from going smelly.

As for canvas shoes and trainers, keep them fresh by placing them in a pillowcase and putting them in the washing machine. You can find more shoe care hacks in our handy guide.     

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Stay inspired and make a plan

Money saving men's style hacks

A man with a plan is usually good with money. One of the biggest rookie mistakes you can make is to shop sporadically when you’re on a tight budget.

You need to keep tabs on what you have and what you need to enhance your wardrobe. For inspiration, follow fashion influencers like Carl Thompson, David James Seed and Nick Pearce.

Once you find a look you like, you can shop around to recreate their looks and map out what works with your current items. If you can strategise the way you shop, you’ll save a lot of money in the long run.

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Find the bargains

While online shopping isn’t for everyone, it can save you a few quid if you know where to look. One of the best money saving men’s style hacks is to head to MoneySavingExpert.

Martin Lewis and his team are constantly updating the Fashion & Beauty page with the latest deals from big online shops, ensuring you don’t pay over the odds for some fresh clobber. Their Quick! Grabbit While You Can forum board is worth exploring too.

Or if you’re very picky with your brands, sign-up for their email alerts.

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Invest in investment pieces

How to save money on men's clothes and shoes

As we’ve previously mentioned, the key to sustainability and building a stylish wardrobe is through investing in investment pieces.

An investment piece can be anything from a beautiful coat to a pair of shoes. The point is that it must be something that’s going to last and is versatile enough to work with multiple looks and occasions.

There’s no price limit on an investment piece, as you’ll get your money’s worth through years of use. So, instead of buying a cheap £40 pair of Oxford shoes which will need replacing every 6 months, think about spending a bit extra on a quality pair, like ours, and it’ll last you a lifetime with the right care.

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