I wore this the other day. It's something very casual and comfortable. I pretty much buy all my clothes online now because I just hate paying $340 for a pair of jeans that would only cost $180 for the exact same pair online, with free shipping to boot. I have been shopping online for a few years now and it has totally changed the way I shop. When I walk into a store, if my first experience is bad, I will never shop there again. I hate walking into stores where the sales people ignore you, or look at you like you're poor and ugly. I would rather hand over my credit card to a company that values customer service, even if the service is somewhat virtual.
The positive sides of online shopping include:
- Availability of sizes. If you can't find it at one store, just google another.
- No queues. Why line up? Especially during sales when the change-rooms are full.
- Competitive pricing.
- No limit to where you shop. You don't need a plane ticket to buy a leather jacket from the US. The whole world becomes your shopping centre, rather than just the ones in your city.
- Discounts readily available through coupon codes.
These are just a few, but there are so many positive aspects to online shopping. The important thing though is to research the site you are on before you buy, just to ensure you are shopping on a valid site. One of the most important things to look for is authenticity of the product, and returns and refunds. If there is no refund or exchange policy I will most likely not shop there.
Jeans: Paige Denim.
Bag: Linea Pelle.
Boots: Jeffrey Campbell.