February 09, 2020 - Clothing, Accessories and Handbags
But business suits can be expensive and finding a suit that works for you (and your budget) can often seem downright impossible. There are ways, however, to find cheap business suits that are budget-friendly and bold in style.
Are you hoping to dress to impress (for less)? Here are some tips and tricks on finding snazzy suit options that won’t break your bank account.
If you’re looking for an everyday suit for the office, your best bet is to look for cheap business suit options that you can wear for any occasion. This means looking for suits that are either navy blue or charcoal gray. By buying these standard suit options, you can get away with only having one or two suits in your wardrobe and avoid having to shell out serious cash on multiple options.
Just because you’re looking for a cheap suit doesn’t mean you have to settle for cheap construction. When shopping for a suit, pay attention to the fabric and construction to avoid buying an option that will fall apart quickly. Look for flatter, matte fabrics or blends of wool or cotton with some synthetic materials added.
Do your best to avoid synthetic fabrics like polyester as they’ll become more unattractive with each wear. And if you’re willing to splurge a bit more, look for a suit made from tropical wool.
When it comes to suits, what matters most is how it fits you, not what material it’s made of. Sometimes the best way to score a cheap suit is to purchase one that doesn’t actually fit you all that well. From there, go to a local tailor and tell them how you’d look your clothes tailored or tapered to make you look the way you want in your suit.
Good tailoring can cost you as little as $60 for alterations, and it can take you from looking cheap to looking chic.
With so many suit shops out there, it can be hard to know where you should go, or how much you should actually be paying for your pieces. Instead of shopping online or at thrift stores, you should check out pawn shops! They’re a place to go to get cheap and chic suits.
What’s better? You can easily score some cash for your suit by pawning one of your old or ill-fitted suits. Start off your suit search by looking up the nearest pawn shops in your area!
A good suit is an investment, but buying one shouldn’t break your bank account. By reviewing the tips and tricks in this article, you can easily find a stylish suit option that you can afford.
Are you in need of quick cash to finance your next suit purchase? Check out our handy articles to learn how you can quickly pawn your items to make cash fast.
David Stiebel is one of the cofounders of PawnGuru. David was educated at MIT, where he studied Math. He subsequently worked at Bain as a data scientist before starting PawnGuru in 2015. He started PawnGuru to build a better tool for pawn shops and consumers to connect.More Articles