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Net-a-Porter, TheOutnet etc...

Discussion in 'Personal' started by catherinaaa, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. catherinaaa

    catherinaaa New commenter

    ...Are all very dangerous websites. I keep seeing things I like and panic buy as am scared they will soon go. Net-A-Porter is strictly only ever in the sale though, and even then I stick to the cheaper end of things- just bought a Marc by Marc Jacobs bag (Slaps own wrist).
    Anyone else have this impulse buying problem?!!!
     
  2. catherinaaa

    catherinaaa New commenter

    ...Are all very dangerous websites. I keep seeing things I like and panic buy as am scared they will soon go. Net-A-Porter is strictly only ever in the sale though, and even then I stick to the cheaper end of things- just bought a Marc by Marc Jacobs bag (Slaps own wrist).
    Anyone else have this impulse buying problem?!!!
     
  3. I don't impulse buy, but I tend to click 'watch' or 'add to favourites'. Then the next day I'm usually glad I didn't click 'buy', because I don't like the item so much when I look at it again.


    If that makes sense.
     
  4. catherinaaa

    catherinaaa New commenter

    I do that as well! Currently after a jumper and some trousers on TheOutnet but am waiting for a few days before deciding. Sometimes though as I said, I just panic as I don't want it to sell out. It is relatively rare that I have to send something back. Think my credit card needs confiscating though!
     

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