Online vs mall shopping – Call it hype factor or lethargy shopping in malls with all the nostalgic experiences are kind of fading away. May be Namo’s digital age is finally here.
If #ConfessionsOfAShopaholic is remade now then there would definitely be a big angle exploring the #OnlineVsMall shopping
So listing some of the key factors into the shopping ways of the real and virtual world of shopping:
1) Online shopping is less tiring.
Anytime anywhere…we just need to place the order. The hectic schedule and the stressful lifestyle don’t really give the time to actually go to the mall. The virtual world of shopping comes like a respite to the otherwise shopping experience.
Sometimes it seems almost like a Herculean task to actually walk up to a mall and buy even a pair of jeans.
Order it online and sorted…its delivered at your doorsteps.
2) Trial room experience would be missing
Yes we can always try the clothes that we purchase online once delivered but the trial room thing is actually quite fun. Going to a mall and trying out different things in the trial room is a different experience altogether.
The mirrored rooms and the #Selfie sessions in the trial rooms is something that would be missing if ordered online.
3) Varieties of selection can be easily viewed.
The long sessions of walking the entire mall and still not getting that particular piece is quite stressful. Sometimes it so happens that the piece is available only on the mannequin and that has to be removed.
Such funny cases and tiring scenes can well be avoided by just a click. Choose from a range of selection online and within a few minutes it is all sorted.
4) More spare time with the spouse
The husbands especially keep complaining about the drag old boring sessions in the shopping. The word shopping comes like a bolt and it is capable enough of giving them nightmares. Patiently dealing with the whimsical mindsets of their better halves can be quite a task.
Instead you can save him the trauma by sparing him the entire experience. Order the damn thing online and you could go on a romantic date with your hubby.
Call it hype factor or lethargy shopping in malls with all the nostalgic experiences are kind of fading away. May be Namo’s digital age is finally here.