May 13, 2020

The Best Online Shopping Hacks For Spring-Summer Fashion

Online shopping is rapidly becoming one of our national pastimes. By 2024, the revenue from the Canadian e-commerce market is expected to be more than $33 million—an incredible rise of almost $8 million in just five years! Whether you’re looking for books or beauty products, you’re sure to find what you need online, but it’s when shopping for fashion that the Internet really comes into its own, thanks to the meteoric rise of online-only brands such as ASOS, Net-A-Porter, and Revolve. If you’re planning to add to your spring-summer wardrobe by ordering items online, don’t check out before you’ve read these best online shopping hacks. From different ways to access discount codes, to comparison sites for checking prices and sizes, this post will let you in on the little secrets that make online shopping easier, cheaper, and more rewarding.


download the honey browser extension. We all like to make sure that we’re getting the best deal while making safe cash online payments. There’s nothing more annoying than realizing we’ve paid more than we needed to—but you should also be suspicious of very low prices, particularly if you’re looking for designer items, as these are likely to be online scams. The best way to discover genuine discounts is to download Honey, a free browser extension that automatically applies online coupons and offers to your basket on e-commerce sites. Simply download the app online, click the icon in your browser bar, and wait to see how much money you’ve saved.

use sites like shopstyle for targeted searches. ShopStyle is an online shopping platform. Describing itself as a "web search engine for fashion," as well as a "marketplace and inspiration engine," ShopStyle lists millions of items from fast fashion houses all the way up to haute couture. Whether you’re desperate for a specific new spring-summer item and want to check where it’s in stock, or need a new dress for an event and want to be inspired, ShopStyle can help. Its search bar will display results for targeted searches (the exact product name, the designer, and your size) as well as revealing items which match more general searches.

be smart about when you shop. Wednesday might commonly be referred to as "hump day," but in the online shopping world, it’s got a far more positive reputation. Did you know that Wednesday is one of the most common days of the week for stores to release offers, as marketers aim to cash in on the fact that many people want a pick-me-up? Start your online shopping mid-week to gain access to new deals. If you haven’t heard about a discount code directly, use Honey to search for you—the store may have announced one to email subscribers or via social media.

sign up to newsletters. Many shops reward loyalty. By subscribing to a store’s email list, you could gain access to a whole host of benefits such as a welcome discount and early access to sales. This is particularly useful if you’re shopping at a designer outlet that runs flash sales. Even an extra 10 minutes can be the chance you need to get your hands on that item you’ve been eyeing up all season! If you don’t think you’ll shop somewhere frequently, but the store offers a 10 per cent discount on your first purchase if you subscribe, enter your email address, claim the discount, then unsubscribe from the list. This will stop your inbox from becoming cluttered. We just can’t say the same for your wardrobe.

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