It’s 17th August and I just came back from my favourite mall (where I find my retail therapy). And this is the cost : Women dress £9.99 (
£39.99) , men jeans £12.49 ( £24.99) and kids jacket £4 ( £6.99). Today is a very healthy day for my wallet as I saved around £90. I am a happy person.
Looking towards the other side we always got hold of our favourite stuff in Spring in Winter and Fall in Summer. Brands they have 4,5 or 8 new collections per year and they have to replace the stuff earlier and quicker. As said you can only fill the glass when it’s empty, therefore, same goes for the stores and shelves. I always think where they keep the leftovers after the sale.
There are few brands who doesn’t have a sale at all and I wonder why? During sale period their stores are empty and why they want to stay behind the competitors who are selling three times more as compared to them. Within few minutes I have received so many emails with 50% discount sale, reduction in prices, final sale with a clock. Why doesn’t somebody want to be in this game when everyone is part of it? We are living in a world of sale and everyone will buy the discounted item. Who will spend £50 for the same skirt which we are getting for £20 after the price reduction?
It’s quite clear, this is a part of the business. Plus to clear the shelves this is the best possible way to make room for the new collection
I bought this tie and dye skirt for £10 originally it was for £24.99. This skirt was on my wishlist since long and I am glad I didn’t buy it before and today I got a good deal. I teamed this up with my Bershka top and Mango gladiators.