11 Luxury Items That Are Actually Worth the Money

The day that you realize that you finally have some disposable income is always a beautiful day. Many people rush out and buy the first big piece of technology that piques their interest. Other people save their money for years, choosing the security of a big retirement savings account rather than the momentary pleasure of big-ticket luxury items.

Neither of these approaches are inherently wrong. The important thing is that if you spend your money, you want to make sure you’re getting a good quality product, since you work hard for your money. Here are some luxury items that are actually worth the splurge:

Cashmere

Many people scorn cashmere as something that only old women wear. They picture the cardigans in soft, pastel colors that their grandmothers put on for Easter lunch, and turn up their nose in favor of a more youthful button up shirt or sexy little black dress.

What a lot of people don’t realize is that cashmere is not only comfortable, but it’s also incredibly warm, especially considering how light it is. And it’s not just for grandmas anymore — stores like Uniqlo are making cashmere sweaters that are cut in a youthful, figure-flattering style. If you take care of it, a cashmere sweater will keep you warm for decades. It’s definitely worth the price tag.

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Fresh Flowers

Fresh flowers can liven up a room like nothing else, but they’re often prohibitively expensive, which is why they’re saved for special occasions like weddings. Fresh flowers, depending on where you buy them, can definitely be a luxury item, but one that’s worth the price tag. If you take good care of them, they can last for weeks — all it takes is changing out the water occasionally.

Next time you feel the need to freshen up your space, buy a bouquet of flowers. If you don’t feel like splurging more than once, buy a really beautiful potted plant.

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Thissatan Kotirat / Shutterstock.com

Everyday Clothing

In general, people spend the most money on fancy clothes that they intend on wearing once or twice a year at the most. The jeans, t-shirts, and sweatshirts that they wear two or three times a week they buy for bargain-basement prices, but have to replace every few months. Have you ever stopped to think about how crazy that is?

Buying a few staple pieces of good quality, well made clothing, even though it may be an expensive initial investment, can really save you money in the long run. Your clothes won’t wear out as fast, and once you get into a pair of really well made jeans, it’s almost impossible to go back to the pair you bought for $29.99.

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