Aussie women 'making most of savings accounts' through online shopping
Australian women are making the most of what is in their savings accounts by using online services, it has been reported.
Many women are still able to stay in style by accessing affordable chic clothing on the internet, the Sunday Telegraph revealed.
It explained how many glamorous females across the country are able to keep up appearances on a modest budget by renting the latest dresses and footwear from top designers for a fraction of the retail price.
"If I buy a dress for $600 to $700, I know I’m only going to wear it a few times, so I can hire six new dresses for the same money," Simone Marshall who works for Tony Bianco shoes told the newspaper.
The article explained sites like indiangiver.com.au and thewardrobestore.com make high-level fashion available to those on an average wage.
Meanwhile, one man who might not have to worry about affording top drawer names is the anonymous 48-year-old Newcastle lottery winner who admitted to hiding his winning ticket in a biscuit tin for six months before claiming his $2 million bounty, as reported in the Daily Telegraph.
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