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Why We Enjoy Shopping

Why We Enjoy Shopping

 "If money can't buy happiness, why does it sometimes feel so good to shop for stuff?" asks Kristin Bianco in his personal finance column at Fox News Network. Well, there's a solution for Kristin's question if you look for it at the proper place. That place is consumer psychology. Professor Kit Yarrow, professor of psychology and marketing at Golden Gate University in San Francisco, writing in Psychology Today names the great feeling that Kristin experience when buying stuff "retail therapy". She says a recent study has found that quite half of Americans acknowledge engaging in "retail therapy."So, when your customers feel down, they are going shopping to feel better...Finding the enjoyment of shoppingAccording to the emotional view of consumer decision-making, each people is…
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The Best Street Style From London’s Fall 2020 Menswear Shows

The Best Street Style From London’s Fall 2020 Menswear Shows

 Beginning with London’s Fall/Winter 2020 Menswear shows, Fashion Week is formally upon us, producing with it some extremely covetable street style looks.  Showgoers displayed a variety of the season’s it-bags including Telfar‘s now-ubiquitous shopper, Virgil Abloh‘s neon-accented monogram accessories for Louis Vuitton, and therefore the sleek Personal Case from Dior and RIMOWA’s collaborative collection.Statements continued beyond bags — Gucci‘s monogram Horsebit Loafers, Ashley Williams‘ cheeky sperm print, and a number of other iterations of Margiela‘s instantly recognizable Tabi boot were also on present. Fashion Week attendees didn’t recoil from animal print, either: leopard spots and zebra stripes were seen on footwear, blazers, and knits. Lastly, puffers took on a…
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