Cheapishly: Saving Online

I love to shop, but I hate paying full price–which is why I spend so much time searching for the best deal out there. So where do I find all of my good deals?

Many times I stumble upon them on my numerous and often spontaneous real-life shopping trips. But still more often, I find these bargains from the comfort of my keyboard. One of the many benefits of shopping online is you can often find items that aren’t sold in stores.

Take for example, the summer eye-ware options pictured below. I’ve had my eye on these beautiful Versace frames for some time, but I simply don’t have $190 to spend on these shades. So, imagine my sunny mood when I came across these Urban Outfitters Cateye Sunglasses, which are only available online. With deals like this, there’s nothing but blue skies ahead.


Versace, $190

Urban Outfitters, $14

Hannah Remund I'm a Southern girl who just graduated from Boston University's College of Communication with a major in advertising and a minor in English. I love beautiful colors, characters and creations and I'm currently trying to find my place in this crazy world we call advertising. You can find me in my kitchen cooking pastries, at my computer creating layouts or @hannahREMUND.

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2 Responses to “Cheapishly: Saving Online”

  1. crystal

    yeah but by buying the cheaper brand, you’re compromising on quality as well. you can’t say the two items’ only difference is cost. the uo sunnies may be only $14 but i guarantee the versace ones would last you a whole lot longer.

    • Hannah Remund

      Thanks for reading Crystal! I agree with you, but I prefer to spend less on my sunglasses because a) I don’t have to worry about them getting broken in my purse and b) I can buy several different, trendy pairs and switch them out whenever I want.


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