High Quality Cloths – Mulberry Silk
Mulberry Silk is 100% Natural, Odorless and Hypoallergenic
Mulberry silk is famous for its amazing softness, and has become the highest quality silk you can buy today. Made from the cocoons of the Bombyx mori moth silkworms, which are fed only mulberry leaves, the resulting fabric has hypoallergenic qualities and a texture and color that are extremely uniform.
It is made from silkworms that are raised in under exacting conditions. It is also the most expensive type of silk.
You should have at least a few High-Quality clothes in your wardrobe.
Thought it cost a lot of money but the benefit is greater because it is more durable.
(The following chapter was excerpted from: https://thehub.santanderbank.com/start-spending-money-clothes)
THEY’LL LAST LONGER
Quality clothing, while more expensive, is inherently made better. From the higher-end fabrics that last longer, to the stitching (higher quality clothes have more stitches per inch to help the piece hold better over the years), clothes you spend more on are designed to last.
YOU’LL BE MORE INCLINED TO MIX AND MATCH
If you spend more money on only a few quality pieces, you’ll inevitably have to start mixing and matching to create new looks for your wardrobe.
Instead of justifying the need to go out and buy an array of cheap tops and bottoms, you’ll be more inclined to work with what you have.
YOU’LL GET MORE USE OUT OF THEM
Instead of purchasing a new dress at $20 for every occasion, you could have one perfect dress that not only fits well, but looks great every time, for every event. This not only saves you the hassle of having to go shopping every time something comes up, but provides you with a wonderful piece you can rely on for every affair. You’ll also spend less time wondering what to wear.
YOU’LL BE MORE COMFORTABLE
Let’s talk fabric. Apart from merely lasting longer, you’ll find that more expensive fabric is, most of the time, way more comfortable. Unlike natural fibers, the synthetic fabrics in cheap clothing don’t breathe as well. They’re less likely to keep you warm or cool depending on the temperature, possibly making you miserable.
YOU’LL BE LESS LIKELY TO IMPULSE BUY
When you only spend $20 on each garment you buy, it’s easy to justify continuous purchasing. You begin to think that because you only spent $20 there, that you can spend another here, and another there. Ultimately, it causes you to purchase items that you really don’t love or might not even wear that much, based on the sheer fact that they’re cheap.
YOU’LL BE LESS LIKELY TO SPEND MORE LATER
If your clothing lasts longer, begs to be worn for an array of occasions, and is all-around more comfortable, you won’t feel the need to constantly refresh your wardrobe and will, therefore, spend less later.
When your clothing lasts longer you don’t feel the need to replace it as often, again going with the price per wear model. And if an item is comfy and you love to wear it, there will be no need or desire to constantly go out looking for the next best thing.
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