Buy Dark Clothing - Know When to Skimp

If you're on a budget, spend less by buying dark-colored clothes. Workmanship is much less noticeable in dark-colored fabrics, so most inexpensive darks can pass for pricier.

By Kathy

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By Kathie (Guest Post)
November 14, 20040 found this helpful

It also doesn't show stains as well, sometimes not at all. Lighter colors are ruined if you are as sloppy as me

September 28, 20090 found this helpful

I don't want my clothes to pass for "pricey", that only makes me look like a selfish fool. If I'm going to spend the money I'd rather buy something "made in the USA" rather than care if someone thinks I spent a lot.


The "pricey" brands are made in China at the same factories just like the Kmart clothes. Don't waste your money on the "pretend I'm famous clothes". Wear dark in the winter because it keeps you warmer.


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