How Can She Afford Not To?

Apparently, the 'average' Australian woman (let's call her Sheila) spends nearly $1000 per annum on clothes.  I think this is actually quite conservative.  So, over a 10 year period, Sheila might spend $10,000 (or more) on clothes. 

Another interesting statistic you have probably heard before is that most people wear 20% of their wardrobe 80% of the time.  If Sheila is like 'most people' that means that about $8,000 worth of her clothes probably aren't being worn much or at all!

If Sheila had 'Shopped Her Own Wardrobe' for $195, she could have avoided overspending on things that will never see the light of day again. For $195 Sheila can get all the tools she needs to stop wasting money on unused clothes - forever.

Simple maths - how can she afford NOT to?

Christmas is coming - buy someone you love - or yourself -  a gift voucher for the gift that keeps on giving.  Prices will rise in the New Year, so lock in your $195 Shop Your Own Wardrobe now and use within 12 months.