Last week Brooke shared with you her experience with the online marketplace, Octer. The reason Octer is such a useful shopping tool is that it funnels multiple retailers across various categories into one place, so if you are looking for something (be it a top, a bag, a chair…) you don’t have to search here, there and everywhere to see what’s available. I’m always on the lookout for affordable dress blouses to add to my wardrobe so I focused my search there. For me, anything above $50 is too much for a blouse, so I utilized the maximum price filter. A couple different tops caught my eye (coincidentally, all by Dorothy Perkins) like this Pleat Neck Blouse or this Pussybow Blouse but I already have a blouse that ties at the neck and I really wanted a long sleeved blouse with frill details like this one. Now, I’ve always been more of an in-store than online shopper due to the uncertainty over how well things will fit or look in person but as my toddler becomes less and less interested with sitting in her stroller, online shopping becomes more and more appealing to me. Especially when I have a successful online shopping experience, like this one. This blouse – the fit, the color – is everything I wanted it to be!
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