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    Collection of shopping articles and related info. Links to online shopping, sales, publications, discount sites, special internet deals and auctions

    81.

    Women waste billions on clothes they never wear
    British women have spent more than 7 billion pounds buying clothes, shoes and accessories they will never wear, according to a survey on Friday.
    10-Jan-2006 - Details

    82.

    N.Y. fashion: a shopping guide
    It took a spectacular face-plant in the shoe department of Barney's on the Upper East Side to send me scurrying to Lower Manhattan.
    15-Jan-2006 - Details

    83.

    No time to shop: activewear
    Christmas and New Year have been and gone, your liver is protesting and your clothes fit a little too snugly.
    19-Jan-2006 - Details

    84.

    I am proud to be a budget bride
    I may well be one of Asda's first happy brides. If not, I could be a Bhs bride. I might even give tradition a body swerve and find a cheaper alternative in one of the many high street fashion stores
    27-Jan-2006 - Details

    85.

    Making Shopping Lists
    Most people these days are in a position to comfortably pay for the necessities of life. Bills like rent and electricity as well as food and clothing expenses, while not cheap, are at least affordable for most people who are in employment
    06-Feb-2006 - Details

    86.

    Shopping for celebs
    With the Academy Awards a month away, some Hollywood stylists and wardrobe consultants weren't window shopping on Rodeo Drive last week.
    06-Feb-2006 - Details

    87.

    Cashmere coat chic fills nations shopping basket
    Nanny fees, Champagne and Jose Mourinho-style three-quarter length "casual" coats have made it into the nation's "shopping basket" of goods, which is used as a barometer of spending trends to measure inflation in Britain.
    24-Mar-2006 - Details

    88.

    Shopping With...Zaldy, designer
    These days, when he's not whipping up fashion-forward creations for his own eponymous line or co-designing L.A.M.B. with Gwen Stefani, designer Zaldy Goco (who goes by his first name professionally) can often be found trawling the racks at Century 21, New York's premiere discount department store, which carries high-end designer merchandise at bargain basement prices
    24-Mar-2006 - Details

    89.

    6 Tips When Shopping For Sex Toys
    If you are interested in buying sex toys, condoms, bondage material, lingerie, lube, porn, or anything else that may serve to change your sex life, but you aren't confident about shopping online just yet, then a sex shop is where you want to be.
    02-Aug-2006 - Details

    90.

    Secrets Of The Male Shopper
    A couple of years ago, you couldn't escape the metrosexual. He was everywhere, with his Paul Smith pinstripes, $100 haircuts, and chemical tan. This character became so much a part of the zeitgeist that some regular guys began wondering if they were metrosexual. He seemed hip and urban. Women, it was said, loved him because he smelled good and knew gabardine from twill. And if a man wasn't a metrosexual, he risked being tagged as the metro's alter ego: the retrosexual, a guy's guy who wouldn't be caught dead wearing chartreuse.
    26-Aug-2006 - Details

    91.

    Shopping for antiques is different
    I must admit there is one aspect of the home decorating process that I dislike. Redecorating a room almost always involves some sort of shopping. Like most guys I know, I'm not too keen on shopping. So I tend to leave that aspect of the project to my HGTV co-host, Shari Hiller.

    There is one exception, however, to my shopping aversion. Shopping for antiques can be quite an adventure. First, it can lead you to new places as you explore different antique shops or shows. It also can put a little mystery into your day as you try to imagine the purpose of strange-looking objects.
    26-Aug-2006 - Details

    92.

    Tips for time-share shopping
    Time shares offer the right to stay at a property for a set period of time and can be exchanged for time at other resorts. Often, it is deeded real estate.

    • Properties require a minimum income, often $50,000 or more annually, to take a tour. Both members of the couple must attend. Tours last 90 minutes to two hours.
    26-Aug-2006 - Details

    93.

    Jewelry Shoppers Top Ten Tips
    Buying jewelry can be fun, exciting and confusing. Whether you’re considering a gift of jewelry for someone special or as a treat for yourself, take some time to learn the terms used in the industry. Here’s some information to help you get the best quality jewelry for your money, whether you’re shopping in a traditional brick and mortar store or online.
    02-Sep-2006 - Details

    94.

    Shopping Bags pick their top 10 fall fashion trends
    Fall 2006 fashion looks like a winner, say Kristina Matisic and Anna Wallner. They should know. Not only are they The Shopping Bags -- W Network's consumer whiz kids extraordinaire -- but they're stylin' women as well, hosting the Oakridge Fashion Show tonight 7 to 9 p.m. ($15 in advance at the Oakridge concierge or $20 at the door).
    20-Sep-2006 - Details

    95.

    Shopping in Turkey: a world of choice
    You'll have to travel to the bazaars of Turkey if you want to buy authentic Iznik tiles, says Claire Wrathall. And it's not the only place worth visiting to make a special purchase
    23 October 2006
    23-Oct-2006 - Details

    96.

    Your Guide To Online Shopping
    Online shopping is something I enjoy immensely, since I don't have to get dressed up and get out of the house, and I can do it at 3 AM if I want to. This article about online shopping is in three parts:
    16-Apr-2007 - Details

    97.

    Money Saving Tips
    The need for money never wanes…only needs change with different phases of life. From owning a dream house, to going on a romantic holiday, or to enjoy a comfortable retirement, it is money all the way. Spending responsibly today and smart saving for tomorrow – is the maxim that eventually prepares one to face unexpected turnarounds in life. Have you decided to save money? Our money saving tips can help you produce amazing results. Start saving right away!
    21-May-2007 - Details

    98.

    Purchase the perfect swimsuit
    For many women, swimsuit shopping ranks right up there with getting a root canal. "Women seem to be so fearful," says Self fashion market director Larissa Thomson. USA TODAY asked its readers what they want to emphasize, and hide, when baring flesh to the elements; USA TODAY then consulted Thomson for strategies on how to sashay across the sand, skin exposed and confidence intact.
    06-Jun-2007 - Details

    99.

    Top 10 Ways to Save Money on Your Honeymoon
    Every couple who's about to marry looks forward to their honeymoon, but not all have enough money left over after the wedding to take one. (No one says you have to go on your honeymoon right after the wedding. You could wait a couple of months until your cash reconstitutes... or slip away for a honeymoon before the big event!) Whenever you take the time to honeymoon, these 10 ideas can help you save money and travel in style.
    18-Jun-2007 - Details

    100.

    Rich, online, and nowhere to buy
    Shoppers are willing to spend more money than ever online, but when it comes to finding luxury goods on the Web, they're getting shortchanged.

    Looking for the latest Prada bag? You won't find it at Prada.com. Your best bet is to scour the limited selections at high-end retailers like saksfifthavenue.com or bergdorfgoodman.com. Crazy for Chanel? Sorry again. You'll have to head to a company store.
    02-Jul-2007 - Details

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