Do you know the best time to buy footwear is daylight time! Well yes, if you going late morning or evenings, chances are you probably end up buying a size bigger than actual size. This is amusing for a thought but our hands and feet are swelled in morning and evenings and it’s no dysfunctional element, it’s a natural trait. Making a shopping list is a boring idea to many Women, even if avoid it, but always keep your shopping dates on calendar; this calculates the usage and expiration of your purchases. In liquid buys, go for refill packs, its economical and curbs down the piles of plastic in your room. The interesting fact is many Women shop for mood upliftment, it’s not me but surveys conclude it seldom. If it’s true for you, splurge in Spas more often as it will be both monetary and non monetary satisfaction. Heard of time is money? So never think last minute shopping or hurry-buying will save time, it will actually cost you money as hefty decisions lead to bad choices and the dress you bought in a fast trial will slouch isolated in your wardrobe. I am sure you ladies are smart enough to check return policies, tag authentication and faulty pieces. This is oblivious, but ever noticed the original tags of your branded clothes? They are threaded or embedded on the referred spots. Keep a check on torn, half woven or plastic base tags, they are faulty pieces at cheap rates, buy good stuff how less often it may be. Planning to buy make up? Foundation? Go in broad day light; match up with your face as well as neck and blend two shades for better buy. For an avid shopper, it’s wise to have opinions of likeminded friends, at times they restrict you’re over spending too in blinding Sales and Discounts. Street shopping is good when you are not looking for occasion specific dresses and designer collections, though a cheap spending spree harms none. The last very basic and my signature tip, go in shop in comfortable shoes and clothes as to be comfortable with repetitive trials. Happy Shopping!