Shopping Online Sites

In case you didn’t know, Jumia is the leading online retailer in Africa. The e-commerce business allows you to buy items from its website and have them delivered to your home or office. I’m not fortunate to live in a state that has a fashion district so this definately helps. I can easily say that you inspire each of us with your posts that we literally go out and buy it. Case in point, that border print. It sold out TWICE!! These sites will give us (me especially) an opportunity to explore an array of fabrics that one can only dream of working with. With that being said, I thank you Mimi from the top of my threads, to the tips of my needles!!! You are indeed an inspiration. Its network of websites are are known for offering a variety of branded fashion lines along with their own product lines at bargain prices. I’ve always enjoyed shopping on Asos but sometimes find their collection lacking for my style, so I decided to investigate what alternatives are out there. Lightinthebox is one of the largest online stores in China, and of course one of the fastest receive complaints, but the site has greatly improved its score and is certainly one of the most reliable China. On the site you can find everything from clothing and electronics to shoes and accessories. Rose, great article, I should do some research in my area as well. I normally shop an FM since they have most of what I need and shipping to Canada is fairly easy as they use FedEx and FedEx brokers for you so you don’t have to worry about customs. Ebates is a popular cash back website that rewards shopping when select Amazon categories are accessed through their website. This program increases savings by combining instant coupons with cashback rewards. The downside is the payment disbursement schedule. Cashback rewards are only processed once every three months; however, a balance of only $5.01 is required to receive a payment.

I have a Zazzle account but I never did much with it. I didn’t know that they also have greeting cards. Like you, I also have a creative side and this idea interests me. Of all the options that you talk about, I think letting another company fulfill the orders is the way to go, such as with Zazzle or Cafe Press. That way you continue to receive residual royalties. Petit shops on Ranganathan Street and platform shops at Pondy Bazaar sell pretty bags from all over India at cheap prices. Road-side dealers sell bags from North India at half of their original prices. Remember that if the shop-keeper claims a bag costs Rs. 250 (~$5) , tell him you bought the same bag for your friend last week in some other shop for Rs.100! If he refuses, say angrily that you will get it at that shop itself and walk away! You will be called back for negotiation. Most of the time …