The worst kind of hangover has nothing to do with alcohol, and everything to do with waking up to a brand new wardrobe. . . And a considerably lighter wallet. Maybe you were feeling down and decided to indulge in some retail therapy, perhaps the sale discount was just too seductive — or possibly it was the fact that dress just looked so damn good on you. Regardless, spending more than you can afford on clothes you don't really need is a one-way ticket to buyer's remorse. So if you share a love/hate relationship with shopping (and your credit card), nip the habit in the bud with 10 tricks to avoiding an impulse buy.
10 Tricks to Avoid an Impulse Buy, Every Single Time