I am officially a fan of Necessary Clothing. Ask my friends and coworkers, and they’ll tell you I have been receiving many a package direct from Broadway, NYC. My personal style rule is to invest in the long-term, classic staples, but when wanting to have a bit of fun with your wardrobe, I’m a supporter of scouring stores like H&M and Zara for great deals and trendy pieces.
When I first came across Necessary Clothing online, it took much willpower to add a select few pieces to my cart, rather than buying the place out. I experimented with a vibrant, floral romper, a white mini dress and a midi-length ribbed dress. Each piece was under $20 US! (Whhhaaa???!) Upon receiving my first shipment, my coworkers and I went straight to the washroom here at the office for a mini-fashion show. Each time I exited the bathroom stall (glamorous, hey?) to “Ooohhs” and “Ahhhhs” from my girlfriends. I knew I had found a winner in this site. Success is sweet, and I have since made more purchases.
I do a fair amount of shopping online for clothes – it’s just so convenient and the selection is limitless. However, I completely understand the apprehension and hesitation of many women to buy online, without the ability to touch, see, and try-on the product in real life. There have been a few flops here and there, but I’ve had more success than failure.
Here are a few guidelines for buying clothing online:
Look into the return policy In the unfortunate case that a piece truly doesn’t work, know what your options are for return and refund before you buy.
What retailers have you had success with?