I do it online on my lunch breaks 😁
I literally do all my shopping at Walmart so whatever I need I can get it there along with my food and diapers and other things for the house
@Sadie I liked both. Amazon is $5, so you might be happier with the styling fee if you don’t wind up keeping anything. They also do eight items, I think. And picked a larger set for me to choose from. I feel like they had a broader price and quality range as well. Amazon automatically gives size recommendations, even regularly. I didn’t like my first set of amazon picks and they redid their choices for me really fast and did great.
What's your experience been with Amazon personal shopper? I did not like Stitch Fix - I was fed up with getting boxes where only one item even fit/was the right size because they couldn't account for how some brands run bigger or some run smaller ... Like WHY did I fill out all these questions about body shape/fit preferences/sizes and measurements if you're still going to send me stuff that doesn't fit.
I’ve been trying Stitch Fix and amazon personal shopper lately. It might cost a little more than shopping the sales racks, but saves my time.
I'm reading this and honestly just wondering: when was the last time I went shopping for myself??? 😅
I online everything, I'm in the UK I use the supermarket online shopping, Amazon subscription services and Deliveroo services for food. Clothes ect more online apps and from delivered brochures if I have the money otherwise I use Vinted (modern take on ebay). I like the local charity shop and a McDonald's for the kids as a day out, so we also look in there.