But with today’s hustle and bustle and every person having too many irons in the fire simultaneously, is it even possible to find enough leisure time to shop till you drop?
I guess most of you would not be nodding in agreement because our current lifestyles restrict us from heading for a quality shopping trip.
Does this suggest that we have turned our backs on shopping? For those that still yearn for a good day’s buying, online fashion retailers and personal stylists may be the answer.
Stich Fix for instance is an online service providing you with stylist opinion and sends you five clothing items according to the measurements and nature of style you have mentioned in your order.
Similar to this is Le Tote, but the difference is that this is a clothing rental service. With them, one can keep the clothes for as long as they like for a monthly rental fee.
Shop It To Me, on the other hand, takes one directly to the retailer's website where they can purchase their item of choice.
All the mentioned services are accessible and affordable with great customer reviews, but what about first hand physical experience?
It is quiet quite easy to buy a pair of clothing and accessories online but one can’t guarantee the quality of the product or whether it will suit us once we put it on. and neither the fact that it would be suitable for us or not.
Here is where Tog Porter comes to your rescue. It allows the buyer to select a product, set a budget and then talk to the personal stylist assigned to them on Skype.
It gives them a more one-on-one time with the stylist, who can explore the buyer’s personality along with having a proper insight on to their sense of style.
Warby Parker, a famous eye wear online brand, on the other hand, is going beyond the regular norms of online retailing by allowing the costumer to visit their store situated inside their apartment and try the product before placing an order to buy it.
According to e-Marketer, the apparel industry is the fastest growing sector of e-commerce business with sales expected to increase by 17.1 percent this year. And it doesn’t stop here there because the global e-commerce sales made through mobile devices are forecasted to top $638 billion in 2018.