With fashion influencers dominating our Instagram feeds and the rise of TikTokers sharing their "outfit of the day", the pressure to have fresh, on-trend looks for every occasion has never been greater.
It feels as though each season we're expected to buy new clothes and accessories to keep up - and while some have staying power, many lose their status within a few months, leaving us with a bunch of items we'll barely wear again.
On the flip side, Gen Z are becoming more and more passionate about sustainable fashion - shopping less, or only buying clothes that are either secondhand or made locally by people paid fair wages.
Whether you shop brand new or secondhand, we're curious to know: how much are Australian women spending on clothes ever month? A little or a lot?
In Mamamia's Money Survey we surveyed more than 900 women about all things money, and the answer to that question really varied. Some said nothing, while others spent over $2,000.
The most common answer was somewhere between $100 to $200 per month.
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