After doing online shopping for years, I now have gained all the necessary skills to get just the right product. Many of us have experienced disappointment when opening the package from the mail box, and realize that it isn’t what you had ordered or it doesn’t look like what you saw on line. Well, I have to say that online shopping requires some serious assessment skills on the shoppers’ part.
First off, you have to know yourself: your measurements, sizes, fabric preference, ect. before you find the right online store. Second, find the store that best suits your personal style and needs. One thing I have learned (in a hard way at times) is that pictures can be extremely deceiving: if something looks very fitting and flattering does not mean it will look just great when I get it. Aimlessly selecting the item that seems to look good without giving it much thought can often times be discouraging. So make sure you have done all the necessary assessments before clicking the “purchase” button. This requires you to not only look at all the pictures given for the product (let’s say, a pair of shoes) and decide whether you like them or not. Then, read the descriptions of the product: color, materials used, sizing charts, and the whole nine yards. On top of all that, if you can check out a few customer reviews to give you a better idea, go for it. Oh, and don’t forget the return policy: if the company offers free shipping and free return, if there’s a restocking fee if you want to return the product. Bottom line is, you want to get all the information you can before making the final decision.
I hope this blog post can help you with your online shopping adventure. Remember, do your homework before clicking that button to buy!