Unknow online stores? Yay or nay?

by | Feb 26, 2021 | Fashion

I have, and I’m sure you have too, been stuck trying to decide if a deal on a website is too good to be true or not. Most of the time that stuff is cheap enough that I just decide to order it, but most of the time I end up spending money on clothes that are the material of a cheap napkin, some even look like it. However, there are a few websites out there that have actually good clothes that are on the cheaper side. Here are a few ways to figure out if a website you want to shop at is actually for real. 


  1. What have other people said? 

Now, the best way to know if it has actually good stuff is to find out what other people have said about it. Of course, the reviews of some of the products can be trustworthy, but you never know if the reviews are done by employees, or are done by people who might just not be telling the truth. The easiest way to find out if their products are actually good is to find a blog article about that specific shop. This way you know everything about it, whether you are wondering if the fabric is bad or if the product will actually come, a simple google search should get you the answer. 

 2. What not to buy if you’re unsure

Many of these stores have not just clothes, but shoes, accessories, and weirdly enough beauty and personal care products. There isn’t much to worry about when it comes to buying clothes, but the beauty and personal care products can possibly be bad for you. Just like Claire’s, these products might have horrifying chemicals that you would not want to have on your face. There are also some other personal care products that are gadgets, meaning that they are probably not going to work. And these tend to be more expensive, meaning you will end up spending your money on something that won’t work. 


All in all, if you want to spend not much money on good clothes, the best stores are places like Target and Old Navy, or outlet stores, like Nordstrom Rack. But it’s always best to buy from the actual stores if you worry about quality. 

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