The internet has made big changes in how people shop and interact in their daily lives. Previously, there was some type of limit to the options available to customers, simply because clothes needed to be physically looked at and tried on before you decided to buy it. Catalog shopping transformed this, by letting individuals to have clothing shipped to them, once they had read an itemized explanation.
Easily one of the least known and most underutilized quality mobile shopping sites in existence, Office Max is finally gaining ground – and exposure for – for its awesome mobile features that take the convenience of customer service to a whole new level.
So to help make your online shopping experience a little easier and a lot more affordable, we scoured the sites and compiled a list of the best destinations for all things Asian, from beauty one-stop-shops to cool fashion sites that could give Zara a run for its money.
The appeal of the online shopping model where items bought are delivered the same day can be attributed to the psychology of garment-shopping, given that many – if not most – people shop for clothes for psychological (rather than practical reasons).
The large retailers have noticed this trend and have been very effective in exploiting it. They have put time and considerable resources into creating an online shopping experience that not only provides the customer with the convenience they are looking for, but also follows and promotes the brand image that the retailer has spent many years developing.