Smaller stores and boutiques often do not offer a cash back return policy. Instead, they issue store credit. Know what you are capable and comfortable with spending in a situation like this.
If you are one of those people that does not like to try on clothes in the store, then be realistic about the item. Have a general idea of which size you would be in addition to how the material itself will fit you. Certain cuts and styles do not lay the same on one person as they do for the next. Also, be sure to swing by a mirror and hold the garment up to your skin to see if it is a good color for your skin tone. It makes no sense to purchase something that you know doesn’t look good before even trying it on. Save yourself steps. If you do try on clothes at the store, take note that the lighting in dressing rooms is often very different from that in our homes or from outside.
When you make your way back to the store to return your item(s), always have the clothes neatly folded and have your receipt handy. Double check to make sure your return falls within the time frame of the purchase to ensure eligibility. Also, if you paid via credit card, make sure you have that particular card handy. If you follow these tips, returning clothes will be an easy task.