So let’s just break it down a bit to find out the Pros and Cons of it all so we can figure it out. So what things come to mind when it comes to comparing both, well let’s see;
Pros: So you don’t have to drive off, take a bus or the train to your favorite store which that saves a bit of travel cash. You don’t really have to work around your job hours as you can probably shop from your smart phone on your break. Cons: It is less fun since it means you are not going to enjoy a trip to the mall. Also, sometimes when you go shopping you come up a bit short on cash to buy that cute sweater and you miss out on the convenience of borrowing money from a friend.
The Skinny: OK, this is a bit more of a Pro than a Con but that is still debatable, unless you are that friend who is always lending the money.
Pros: No physical layout means with a well design website
Shopping for something special, even as recently as ten years ago, was something that you did during a shopping trip into town. In some instances you ordered your special outfits from a printed mail order catalogue.
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Nothing wrong with that at all, it’s just that ten years doesn’t seem that long. It doesn’t seem long enough to have witnessed an astonishing shift in social habits that the Internet has produced. So great is the impact of the Internet, that it is now possible to create an entire business empire dedicated to fashion shopping without the huge costs of having a high street presence, and in a fraction of the time.
Internet shopping is now an everyday occurrence for most of us, so it’s hard to believe that it’s only fourteen short years ago that the first Internet shopping transaction took place in the US, when a single compact disc was sold online. Sales have rocketed from that single ten or fifteen dollar purchase to this year’s estimated sales of over 45 billion