I don't think fashion videos are a thing yet. I mean, yes, you'll see shopping hauls, runway moments, and beauty/ skincare tutorials floating around the Internet, but my channel is premiering informative fashion content. Allow me to toot my own horn because I conceptualize, script, and film these videos by myself :)
The number one item on the checklist before making an India trip is, inevitably, a trip to the outlet malls. It is something that I, and most people I know, "indulge" in at least two times in a year. I have even heard of people making a trip to sales tax-free cities like Portland or Pennsylvania to shop at outlets there and get further discounts on already fantastic deals. Unfortunately, this time too, you get what you pay for. I did some digging in to find out why you are at a loss when you shop without full knowledge of what goes on in these stores. Aspirational shopping is something we all do occasionally, but why not get what we think we are paying for?
In this video, I also included some tips on how to actually get great deals on overstock and original luxury brand items. Three things that I forgot to include:
• Krazy Coupon Lady's wonderful tips on decoding price labels to differentiate between flagship/ retail vs. factory/ outlet merchandise: https://thekrazycouponlady.com/tips/money/avoid-outlet-store-rip-off
• The Neiman Marcus Group owns Bergdorf Goodman (YES! I KNOW! My mind exploded too!), Neiman Marcus, and two outlets: Last Call Studio and Last Call Clearance. 100% of Last Call Studio items are outlet-only, so you want to stay away from that store in entirety.
• The GAP brands manufacture items exclusively for their outlets/ factory stores, so none of the items you'd find at a Banana Republic outlet store actually come from the store or the website.