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The month in which we’re en­cour­aged to give up G&TS hap­pens to be the most de­press­ing month of the year. So, in an ef­fort to cheer us all up, be­hold the in­cred­i­ble ef­fect no booze has on your wardrobe…

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Ac­cord­ing to those in the know, the av­er­age Jo(sephine) will save around £65 when jump­ing on the Dry Jan wagon. We know, it seems kind of fee­ble (and per­haps not worth it) but then, when you take all the pos­si­ble ex­tras into ac­count, the to­tal amount you could save is pretty im­pres­sive.

For ex­am­ple, if you’re a smoker you could save up to a whop­ping £250 if you give up the cig­gies (you know you want to). And for those of you who can’t get through the morn­ing-af­ter with­out cof­fee, you’ll save £93.80 if you lay off the caf­feine in Jan­uary. Al­to­gether, that means you’ll have an ex­tra £408.80 to spend on a whole new wardrobe. You’ll look so fab­u­lous sit­ting at the bar come Fe­bru­ary.




1 Barry M Speedy Quick Dry Nail Pol­ish in Get Set Go, £2.99 2 Skirt, £32, River Is­land 3 Blouse, £45, Marks & Spencer 4 Socks, £2.50, Dorothy Perkins 5 Heels, £35, ASOS 6 Coat,

£49.99, Zara 7 Shirt dress, £19.99, H&M 8 Bag, £85, Kurt Geiger 9 Ear­rings, £12.99, Mango 10 Miss Sporty Re­ally Me Combo Shadow & Liner, £2.99 11 Loafers, £65, Top­shop 12 Jump­suit, £55, Miss Sel­fridge





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