Tell-Tale Areas to Check Before You Buy New Clothes

cashmere-holes_300Just because a store is selling something new, it doesn’t mean that the item is in perfect condition. Sometimes clothing start to fall apart from the wear-and-tear of being tried on over and over again by other shoppers. The next time you’re about to purchase a garment, check these high-stress points that often get damaged:

• Holes in underarms
• Torn tops of pleats
• A stretched neckline
• Threads dangling from buttons and buttonholes
• Pulled seams at the waistband

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COMMENTS

  1. Bernadette Noll

    For this reason I’d rather buy really well made garments second hand than buy cheap garments new.

    January 29, 2014 at 12:23 pm
  2. Sue

    Sometimes the poor condition is just from poor construction and shoddy production. If something is frayed just from being tried on, I don’t hold much hope for it lasting very long.

    January 29, 2014 at 1:23 pm
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