Justify your Love

Feeling that post Christmas pinch? Say hello to the so-cool-it-hurts, super versatile hot pieces that you can
wear now and right through to summer, making a big impact on your wardrobe, and a small one on your wallet.
With logic like that, they practically pay for themselves.

  • The Ankle Boot

    from $88

    Your ankle boot update for S/S’13 works with winter layers now, short-shorts in summer, hell it even makes double-denim look cool. With so many outfit ideas on the cards, you can zero that can’t-afford-it feeling.

  • Blinged-up Accessories

    from $15

    The ultimate pre-payday shopping buzz without the buyer’s remorse. S/S’13’s blingy embellishments prevent even a beanie from looking casj. Cut the cost the more times you wear yours by styling with denim now, leather in spring and, ready for it a bikini in summer. Genius.

  • The Track Pant

    from $36

    This season’s coolest threads are slouchy and couldn’t-care-less cool. Max out your wardrobe by styling yours with knits in winter and a metallic crop come spring. That’s a minimum dent on your budget in our books.

  • The Typo T-shirt

    from $22

    Brokesville? Add S/S’13’s loudest tee to your style bank. Invest now then restyle with your wardrobe staples – jeans, pencil skirt, sandals - throughout the season to keep them bang on trend. Savvy savings when you think about it.

  • The Smock Dress

    from $44

    Ever eaten beans for a month to buy a new get-up? Now you don’t have to. The versatile smock dress can be styled up with knits in winter and dressed down with sandals in spring – on a cost-per-wear basis that’s cheap as chips.

  • The Retro Trainer

    from $50

    Stop looking, you’ve found ‘em. Cool kicks are your sole mates for spring summer ’13. The best part? The more you style them up throughout the season (think a maxi now and sporty shorts when the sun shines), the more their cost comes down. Game on.


The Justification Calculator

Why is that the love-at-first-sight items, come with a heavy dose of can’t-afford-it heartbreak?
Justify your love by dividing the actual cost of the item by how many times you’ll probably wear it.
Chances are it’ll probably pay for itself.

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