Your Public and Private Shopping Self  


By Rill Hodari


November 2017  



We all have different shopping personalities that we embody depending on the shopping occasion. When you are frantically looking at the last minute for a suitable dress to wear to a friend’s wedding you are hurried and maybe even impatiently angry, your style standard might be lower and you might even be satisfied with something you will only wear once. Other times you are on a discovery excursion and you want something very special and unique to integrate into your closet and you can re-wear many times and to many different events. Some of these personalities are closed off and secretive from the store sales people and consisting of intimate and private while some personalities scream “Help me now!” and you cannot find a sales person fast enough. Often how well you enjoy shopping may depend on which personality you most frequently embody and which do you most often enjoy.




January 2017 - "A Theory On Sharing"
February 2017 - "A Case for Easy"
March 2017 - "The Real Difference"
April 2017 - "The Unintended Consequences of Mall and Dept Store Failure"
May 2017 - "Range of Beauty"
June 2017 - "The Tastemakers" 
July 2017 - "The Magical Effect of Dressing Up"
August 2017 - "What's Worse"
September 2017 - "A Shopper Speaks About the Retail Revolution"
October 2017 - "Maturity Milestones" (reprint from 2015)

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