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If you’re revamping your look for 2016, you may be surprised to learn that you don’t have to spend a fortune overhauling your wardrobe. Rather, high street stores and online retailers are making it even easier for you to update your look for less — here’s how you do it:

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Primark

It’s no secret that fashion changes quickly and you’ll have to move fast if you want to keep up with the hottest trends. One high street store is the home of fast fashion — Primark.

This treasure-trove of clothing, accessories and footwear offers great deals on this season’s hottest items. In fact, you’ll often spot nearly identical pieces that retail for considerably more at other high street stores, so it’s well worth a look.

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Brantano

While Primark is great for picking up some key pieces, sometimes our wardrobes are not complete without a brand or two! However, whether you’re investing in trainers or tops, you can often spend a pretty penny on bagging those designer names.

Thankfully, some stores offer branded items for less. Take Brantano for example. Available online and on the high street, you can pick up this season’s hottest shoes from the likes of Vans, Skechers and Nike for less. Whether you’re looking for knee high boots, ankle boots or trainers, there’s something for the whole family.

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Voucher codes and cashback

If you have fallen in love with a pricier item, there are ways to knock the price down if you shop online. Voucher codes are a great way of getting a discount on your order or reducing the cost of delivery.

Alternatively, cashback sites like TopCashback and Quidco mean you can often get a percentage of the amount you spend online back. Simply set up an account, use their sites to click through to your chosen retailer and shop as usual. It’s a great way of saving and you can often use voucher codes at the same time.

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