Halifax General Insurance is warning fashionable women to make sure that their contents insurance is updated to include their latest designer purchases.
With most women spending an average of £124 on clothes every month according to recent research (a lot more than the average £149 spend on contents insurance per year), Halifax is advising trend-followers to make sure their beloved items are protected.
The latest boho-chic look is hotly tipped for summer, but even non-designer purchases can add value to your home contents, with a full collection of copy-cat high street boho items likely to set you back £300, Halifax reports.
"This season's look is a hit with celebrities so it's likely a lot of women will follow suit and treat themselves to a change of image," comments Julia Davies, head of customer service at Halifax General Insurance.
"But a wardrobe re-vamp can cost hundreds of pounds, even if you go for the high street copy-cat collections."
Halifax advises fashionable women to assess the value of the contents of their wardrobe realistically because new purchases can easily swell the value of a wardrobe already worth thousands of pounds.Click here to find out more about contents insurance.
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