I usually add a lot to my cart of similar clothes (maybe different colors). Before payment, I definitely do a double-take and remove half of the items in my cart because I give myself a limit to how much I spend.
@justjuliefung Thanks for sharing. Quick question, do you typically add stuff in carts across multiple brands for a point of comparison or is it more within a single brand? Also, do you monitor sales or just buy when you need?
@justjuliefung@raunaqvaisoha No, it's usually within a single brand! I don't usually shop for clothes that much, so when I do, it's because I specifically something. I don't really monitor sales, but I do use the Honey chrome extension to do so and to also find coupons!
I kinda know what I want to buy, I go and search for it, compare the prices for different stores and choose the one with the best offer. I just add the item in my cart and order, I never keep unecessary items in there, also never browse just to "see what's new", but that's just me of course.
@raunaqvaisoha No worries. So for example I decide in buying a new backpack. I try and see what kind of backpack I want, how I want it to be an so on. After I do my research, I look for which store has that backpack at the lowest price. Then I search if the store is legit, and if it is, I just add it to my cart and buy it.
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@samanta_kleo That's an interesting thought, what do you feel is missing in the experience today that makes shopping for clothes online incomplete? Perhaps the whole premise itself, but would love your thoughts.