It's that awkward moment when she stands in front of her closet and says, 'I've got nothing to wear!'
Her closet is full, so it doesn't make sense to you. How all this money you've invested in clothes or accessories that she doesn't even like?
Some researches say that the average woman fills her closet with N120,000 to N200,000 worth of clothes, accessories, and makeup she neither fancies nor uses.
Why do women waste so much money -- even if they try to be frugal?
It has everything to do with their natural tendencies and preferences. True nature of woman shows up in everything she does, even in her shopping tendencies!
There is a system which helps to understand different "types" of women, and they are:
A bright, animated Type 1 woman: wants shopping to be a social experience and loves trying things that look new and fun. She can let that turn into a challenge if she doesn't buy items that work together or she gives her power of decision away to the person shopping with her.
A soft, subtle Type 2 woman: wants to feel comfortable, both in her clothes and interactions. She can let feelings of guilt or obligation toward the sales clerk who helped her get in the way of choosing what she really wants. Her closet can be full of clothes she's embarrassed to take back.
A rich, dynamic Type 3 woman: is a practical, no-nonsense shopper who loves sales. That can get the best of her if she shops too fast to try things on or buys items just because they're such a good deal. Do you have shirt hanging in your closet that you bought in every color?
A bold, striking Type 4 woman: enjoys simplicity but also doesn't want to look like everyone else. She can sometimes end up believing that her bold look that everyone admires is actually too basic or simple. If she tries to switch it up too much, she can end up with pieces she doesn't like.
Knowing these facts, ladies learn their tendencies and how to work with them to create successful shopping experiences every time.
And what happens to the closet full of clothes? Sell unnecessary stuff on Second.com.ng! Just take a photo of the item you want to sell and post your ad for free -- to make some room in your wardrobe, and to earn easy money!