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Marshall ’s – more than 700 stores in 42 states. Sells top quality designer and brand name fashions: men’s, women’s, children’s, shoes and home goods for up to 60% less than department and specialty store prices.
Items must be returned unwashed, unworn, undamaged, and with all tags attached. Jewelry must be in its original packaging. All returned items must be accompanied by the return form and customs documents (if applicable).
I was lucky to have a friend recommend some sites. You could find some price differences between them but in overall I believe that important thing for me is Customer service-I had few problems but they reacted promptly and solved issues to my satisfaction. They often have discounts and promotions.
You have to be willing to painstakingly flip through the racks, and deal with that weird, grandma’s basement smell, but the rewards are often worth it— like the black Theory blazer I’m currently wearing that cost me a mere $14. Plus, this type of shopping is environmentally responsible.
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As part of its annual “Holiday Predictions” report, the Adobe Digital Insights (ADI) team analyzed 1 trillion visits to over 4,500 retail websites, 55 million SKUs, and 12 million social mentions. They also conducted companion survey research with 1,100 U.S. consumers. From this aggregated and anonymized data, ADI brings you the following five predictions about consumer online purchase habits this holiday season.
Shop for bras and jeans by body type and style. Makes your number of options manageable and eliminates the guesswork about which bra has the best push-up action or which jeans add a bit of curve to a flat bum.