5 things clothing sellers will never tell you about

5 things clothing sellers will never tell you about

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Clothing stores use a variety of tricks to make you buy and spend more.

Fullpiccha is always for honesty in all its manifestations, and today we will tell you about some tricks that sellers will not tell you about.

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5 things clothing sellers will never tell you about

1. Discounts benefit only the store, not you.


Discounts are just a tool that will make you buy more and spend more. What is hidden behind magic discounts?

Firstly, shops can specifically raise prices a few days before discounts and then return them to their previous level through discounts.

Secondly, discounts of 70-90% can be for 1-2 products, so do not believe loud advertising. All other things will be at a 5-10% discount.

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5 things clothing sellers will never tell you about

2. The same clothing size may vary.


Each brand has its own size chart, despite generally accepted standards. That is why the size L from one manufacturer can be small and correspond to the size S.

5 things clothing sellers will never tell you about

3. Buying designer clothes does not guarantee that the item will be of high quality.


Many brands of clothing manufacturers work with famous and not so famous designers. The purpose of such cooperation is to sell an exclusive item at a higher price. But all the exclusivity is limited edition. The quality of such items is usually the same as that of non-designer clothing.

5 things clothing sellers will never tell you about

4. The sales department looks like a mess.


In the store, all clothes are neatly folded or hung. And in the sales section, there is real chaos and everything is piled up. The fact is that the client feels satisfaction having found in this heap what he needs and most likely will immediately run with a new thing to the checkout.

5 things clothing sellers will never tell you about

5. Garment manufacturers use hazardous chemicals.


Even if the item is labeled as 100% natural, it can still contain dangerous chemical elements. Some design ideas, such as color or texture, cannot be completed without the use of different substances. Others saturate their clothes with special compounds against mold and insects. When trying on clothes, do not wear them on your naked body to avoid contact of chemicals with your skin. Also, by doing this you will protect yourself from skin diseases, because, perhaps, not only you measured this thing.

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