Since the advent of the Web, there have been two camps: pro-purchasing on the Internet and those who oppose it.
Faced with the impossibility of seeing, touching and trying a piece, we can understand the reluctance of some 1. Others say they are lost in the offer of e-shops, drowned among the thousand and one references of a multi-brand company. Not to mention the permanent promotions those are sure to make us fall in love!
That being said, should we avoid online shopping? Aren’t there some tricks to compensate for the lack of fittings? Moreover, don’t e-shops have advantages that physical shops don’t have? And if so, how do we proceed?
Why take the plunge?
That’s right, that’s right! Why go on the Internet when men have held on for decades to themselves in traditional shops?
All the brands, from your couch!
It is all well and good to say that this is one of the main assets of e-commerce. You save an incredible amount of time, simply switching from one tab to another to change shops.
Besides the practicality, it is a real argument for those who do not live in large cities. No need to take the car or go to Paris, everything happens directly to you.
Brands without borders
Same logic as the previous point, pushed even further! Thanks to the Internet, I can order parts directly from Japan, without leaving my room.
A matter of style!
As for me, it is what motivates me the most to buy on the Web.
As our style develops, we become more and more demanding on the items we are looking for. This is all the more the case if you have a very strong style, such as dark or sartorial, and specialized e-shops are often the most satisfactory solution.
And when you finally succeed, you feel a real pleasure to have found the rare pearl…
To a lesser extent, it is also an opportunity to get out of the boutiques/brands that everyone knows and to ensure certain originality.
Know your size: The prerequisite for a successful shopping experience!
It’s a fact: you can’t try a play on the Internet.
More than ever, it is therefore important to know your size. If in doubt, a tape measure will help you. Almost all shops now offer a size guide for each product, so enjoy it!