Friends who shop together feel more confident in the clothes they buy, but their wallets won't thank them.
When women shop together they spend an average of £37.25 more each trip than when they shop solo. But according to a new survey, it's worth the extra money as we tend to feel more confident in clothes that have passed the friend test in the changing room.
But as we're more likely to wear clothes we feel confident in, perhaps the real waste is the clothes we buy on solo shopping trips that languish at the back of our wardrobes.
Even in these tough economic times more than half of the women polled feel disappointed rather than proud of being thrifty, if they return home empty handed. And three quarters admitted that they try and talk their friends intoRead More »from Shopping with your friends makes you buy better clothes (and spend more money)