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…
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