I agree with MOnica. It's not how much you spend but how much value to get out of the item that counts.
I seem to spend more than most of you but I work full time. I think the £1042 quoted as the average spend is actually quite conservative. As a percentage of an average wage, it's hardly anything.
I find it's hard to buy decent quality these days. I bought a long cardi from Hush a couple years back; great styling by it literally fell apart after a few wears. I had to send it back. It was £100.
Similarly, some of the Zara stuff is pretty awful quality. I've had to take many a shrunken top back! I love their styling but....
I budget around £50 for a decent top. Jeans, t-shirts etc I don't mind so much about.
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