You can never have too many clothes, especially during winter. But you might not always be able to afford a lot of clothes or keep updating your wardrobe. Which is why it’s important to know where to shop. If you think shopping in the city is an expensive affair, think again for there are some really great stores that sell good quality clothes at unbelievable prices. Here are our top five picks.
Ever looked at your wardrobe overflowing with clothes but still felt like you had nothing decent to wear? You’re not alone. A lot of us buy and keep lots of clothes but when it comes to getting ready and curating a perfect outfit, we can’t seem to find anything that looks good. This is probably a sign that you need to clear out and restock your wardrobe.
Thanks to Macklemore’s 2012 hit ‘Thrift Shop’, in the global setting thrift shopping is now a part of the mainstream pop-culture. It emphasizes on the fact that it’s okay, even cool to buy clothes or things that are hand-me-downs from complete strangers. And so places all over Europe and also America have embraced thrift shops where people are more than willing to donate and buy clothes and other materials.
What began as a simple act of charity soon gained traction and inspired similar movements in various countries around the world. Such walls have been set up in Bangalore (by name of ‘Karunya gode’), China, India, Kashmir and others.
In our culture, gifts usually mean bouquets of flowers, clothes, accessories and occasionally, when nothing comes to mind, money. But, in the recent days, people are looking into changing this. I am the Gardener is a huge part of this wave of change. They sell potted plants for individual purposes: For offices, bathrooms, kitchens, balconies and of course for gifting purposes too.
What would you get for Rs 10 nowadays? Even a cup of tea costs more than Rs 10. However, what would you do, if you could buy clothes for as less as Rs 10 in Kathmandu? Don’t be surprised because Sukhawati Store located at Gongabu is selling clothes starting at Rs 10. The store is selling shirts for Rs 10, pants for Rs 40, and jackets for Rs 50 respectively. However, the price will vary up to Rs 5,000 based on terms and conditions.
It’s estimated that an average of 28 kilograms of textile is wasted every single day during the production of clothes in Nepal and it is this wastage that Sujhan Ghimire, founder of Taalo, wanted to minimize when he started his online store that sells different kinds of ties, headbands, and other accessories made from recycled scraps of cloth.
One of the worst things about monsoon is that no matter how many times you give your clothes for laundry, they never come out smelling fresh. Because of the moisture in the air, there will always be a musty smell that you cannot seem to escape. Here are a few tips to help you remove the musty smell from your clothes.
LONDON, July 4: Women employees at the social networking giant Facebook are often told not to wear "revealing" dresses that may "distract" co-workers, a former Facebook employee has claimed in his book.