Websites like J. Crew, ASOS, Nastygal and Free People can be great, especially if you’re trying to look like everyone else in the world (they can be great though!!). So, let’s say you’ve exhausted the entire ASOS website.
You probably should close out those tabs on your web browser, go outside, and have a nice, long e-commerce detox.
Oh, I’m just buying econ-o-size multi-packs of mysterious herbal energy supplements off of eBay and having one-sided text conversations composed entirely of consonants and punctuation.
A few months ago there was a lot of buzz about Amazon testing delivery drones called Amazon Prime Air. They designed drones to deliver packages to you the same day you ordered them. Sarah Conner are you paying attention?
Here are a handful of suggestions for ways to put a little boost in your step and some more joy into your life.
3. Ballet Flats: Leopard and Solids.
Believe it or not, fear of missing out (FOMO) also extends to our online shopping habits. We love updating our wardrobes, but we find the process a little daunting because the web is abundant with retailers.
Your whole life will be nothing more than doing things for the sake of how they appear. You’ll get cynical. You’ll get off every one of those websites. You’ll find your way back. People won’t think you exist without them.
It’s super subtle in a way that fashion-y shows like Gossip Girl and Zooey Deschanel on New Girl could never dream of being but I think the secret best dressed person on TV is Jenna Maroney.