Get it Now. Fashion 2.0: Beyond Online Shopping

June 23, 2009 • Shopping


Jacqueline Zenn for Second City Style Magazine

There’s no doubt that the ability to shop online has resulted in many fashion aficionadas becoming borderline addicted to the Internet.
There’s definitely something to be said for the ability to browse the
virtual racks at any time day or night. That said, there are several
sites that go beyond simple online shopping and take the whole
experience to the next level. Here are our top five favorite “fashion 2.0” websites:

Etsy: A
unique online marketplace (think Ebay) where talented and sometimes
crafty types come together with vintage experts and budding designers, Etsy allows you to purchase unique and one-of-a-kind pieces directly from the creator.
You can even collaborate with many of the site’s for custom made pieces
at very affordable prices since you are cutting out the middlemen as
well as supporting small business owners – you’re not only getting
gorgeous clothing and accessories, you’re doing your part to help beat
the recession!

Imagine having a recently marked-down selection of pieces in your size
from your favorite stores and designers delivered to your inbox every
morning or every week – it is like having your own free personal shopper who understands your budget! That is what ShopItToMe
does once you fill out your profile with your preferences. It’s
definitely a time-saver and helps ensure that you never miss out on a
fabulous sale.

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One Response to Get it Now. Fashion 2.0: Beyond Online Shopping

  1. Erin says:

    There are so many of these sites, it is almost getting dangerous for some of us to even see a computer 🙂 Lately though, the internet has been a lifesaver, since I have been able to find more deals and online specials than in an actual store. To get even better deals, I have even found an article offering tips on when to shop for specific items, like jeans on Fridays, etc.

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