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HOW TO STAY STYLISH ON A BUDGET – Here I share with you my top tips on how to be a savvy but fashionable shopper whilst on a budget and Student Budgeting Tips; from my own experiences whilst studying at the London College of Fashion.
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Fiona Prentice says:

When I was a fashion student I shopped on eBay a lot.

Aurora Rose says:

Love these uni student advice videos!

Books & Beauty says:

i was wondering what you got a degree in at university? or like what did you major in because i love fashion and i would love to go to university for it!

Juanita Likes says:

Great tips Josie. Mine is just run back out of the shop lol. It really is that conflict of Devil vs Angel on the shoulders, let’s just say I’ve been trying to listen less to the little red guy : ) xo


Primrose Bigwood says:

Love this! Yes girl! X

mariah9231 says:

Thank you for these amazing tips. This video came in perfect timing because I am not a savy shopper.

tee bee says:

This is brilliant! You go out of your way and go into depth about everything! Thank you for this!

Stormy Adventure Time says:

Thank you for a great video! I love a tip about 3 reasons why not to buy something. I think I will be using it a lot from now on.

Diane Piddock says:

I wouldn’t say Zara is budget at all. Capsule wardrobing was great as a student – and now where I can afford better quality.

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Travelista Ray says:

hello on the note of saving money or making money whilst still being a student PLEASE Get out my channel and SUBSCRIBE i made a video on my weight loss journey

Beymarie says:

I love watching your videos josie ❤

Maria Grazia Ceccato says:

Josie, can you please do a video about which cheap fashion brands do a conscious collection so without exploiting animal and people? btw amazing video and very smart advices

Biba La poupée says:

thanks swetty ilove youuuu

Henna Bahl says:

Lovely tips josie.. can you please do a video on how to dress and accessorize a bit more elegant.. that would help out alot

lifeasaDIAMOND says:

I do the exact same thing!!! I also leave the tags on my new clothes and set them aside and if I didn’t wear them they went back to the retailer. And if I couldn’t make up my mind if I wanted the item as the return deadline came closer I would return the item and rebuy it which would give me extra time to make up my mind.

Jean Sanderson says:

I can’t see a link for being savvy with a sewing machine at all??? nothing came up on screen xxx

thfashion says:

Love your channel !! You said you went to London college of fashion, what did you major in ??

JeSuisJusteMoi says:

I agree with taking advantage of student discounts. So many stores do them, they just don’t advertise them that loudly lol. One budgeting tip that I’ve done off and on over the years is to decide how much you have to spend in a month on clothing/shoes/makeup/etc and then get that money out in cash. So, if I can spend $60 a month on non-necessity fashion/beauty items, I keep $60 in a separate compartment in my purse. Once that money is out, it’s out and I can’t use a card to make another purchase. Any money that’s leftover can get rolled into the next month so you have a little more to spend. When you can actually see the money running out, it makes you a lot more conscious about whether you really want to spend that money or not. And my tip for the more expensive stores is to wait for the sale. My weakness is Ted Baker. But I only let myself shop it in the sale, never pay full price for the premium high street stores, take advantage of the sales when your money will go a lot further.

Sarah marinkovich-durfee says:

That is awesome that your bank sponsored you. College years were a VERY long time ago but I remember the struggle many students had to stay within their budget while paying for school and having fun. My husband and I are both very firm in our careers now but we still have an allowance each month. An allowance gives you the freedom to buy whenever you feel like it but sets a boundary. I also love samples. I never leave sephora without them or place a beauty order without getting the best gift with purchase 🙂 those samples com in handy when you have run out of your products.

Princess says:

Excellent topic, Josie. Sending you deep thanks from Tokyo.❤️

S Herman says:

my favourite tip is to go to beauty schools for all your treatments. I get haircuts and blow waves for free all the time, and waxing at less than half the price of a regular salon. I’ve also had free facials, massages, hair colours, you name it. Helps you feel a bit luxe for not much money, and helps the students get qualified 🙂

Rachel D says:

These are great, Thank you!

Natalie Quiney says:

Love this sort of video! Great tips x

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