1. Invest In Good Quality
When you buy clothes, make them count. There’s no point in spending hundreds of Ghana Cedis only to have to replace your wardrobe in a couple of months.
Figure out your favorite brands and work on creating a full wardrobe of items that will keep you looking suave and trendy. For starters, you’ll definitely need a great pair of trousers, a pair of sleeves (both long and short), a couple of cute T- shirts and a great pair of dress shoes. These will keep you looking “sharp” for years to come.