Although weddings have had to be postponed this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic you may still be thinking about the outfit you will wear for a wedding when the restrictions are lifted, and life can return to some form of normality.
Online shopping has increased enormously in recent times but shopping for clothes online can be extremely frustrating as sizes vary such a lot from brand to brand and the fabric is sometimes not as expected. The cost of items bought from stores online can also increase due to delivery charges with some companies charging you if you need to return purchases.
Some people might turn to charity shops to look for a bargain but as charity shops are not open at the present time, a worthwhile alternative to buying a new outfit is to look on social media marketplace and other sites that sell pre-owned items. Wedding outfits are often sold on these sites and it may be possible to pick up a bargain. The cost of buying your wedding clothes will be greatly reduced and accessories such as fascinators and handbags can be sourced in the same way.
Another alternative is to ask friends and family if you could borrow an outfit as we tend not to wear the clothing that we have worn to a family wedding again. You could even swap outfits with friends that are the same size as you making a saving for you and your friends.