At the moment, one my favourite online haunts has to be ASOS.com and their new Black and Rare Opulence Collections, which have been advertised in their magazine, which can also be found online - another way in which "real" life has made it onto the virtual world, along with browsing and purchasing, of course.
This frou-frou pale pink dress creates such a delicate ambience, I feel I would not be able to cough in it. The back is just divine, if you see it in the magazine then you will know exactly what I mean. I also adore this beautiful structured number, it has such an expensive and luxurious feel.
Can I just apologise for the awful photo quality, they are both from asos.com and are the only photos available!
Online shopping is a growing, new phenominon which has clicked its way onto our computer screens in the recent years. But which is better, shopping in the real world, or the virtual one? Online shopping offers a quick shop, without having to leave your home, whereas, just plain, shopping means you come into contact with the actual clothes you are going to spend your money on. It is a difficult one, with events such as The Outnet £1 sale and American Apparel's Rummage Sale going horrifically wrong (or right, depending whether you were the one who was actually successful in snapping up these bargins) supporting the negatives of each alternative. There is a certain panaché to both styles of shopping; whether you can scour page upon page possessing hopeless prospectives and find just that one incredible item, or, whether you can sift through thousands of rails to pluck out the perfect piece. I'm really not sure where I stand on this one... For me, I would always say real shopping because it makes it more of a social event where people come together to look for great clothes - you can always see who's wearing what when you are out shopping - However, I will say that online shopping is a life saver when it comes to that one item you just can't find anywhere. In my case, at the moment anyway, wet shoes!
What do you think; online or on the streets, where is shopping best?
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Fifteen-year-old writing a fashion blog, what's new? Hopefully this. Interested in everything. Was introduced to fashion via piles of Vogues. Aspiring fashion journalist. Or lawyer... Lawyer of a foreign fashion house that also writes a column in Vogue, perhaps?