Thoughts on how to easily increase clothing sales

"Glamour" ring

"Pop-art" ring

When I was buying rings yesterday I was choosing between the ones above and the ones I ended up buying. Still, I took photos of the two rings I left behind in case I change my mind. I think both of them are cute, “glamour” and “pop-art”.

Also, these pictures are taken in the store. One thing that always surprises me is the traditionally unflattering and harsh lighting in chain stores and changing rooms. I think that if the lighting was more pleasant and beautifying the sales would increase significantly!

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9 Responses to Thoughts on how to easily increase clothing sales

  1. polaroidista says:

    Wow, I love those rings! Especially in combination with a blue or purple shirt they’d look so lovely. Go get them! ;-)

  2. Maggie says:

    I think you made the right choice about those rings :)
    And I totally agree that they should have more forgiving lighting in clothing stores, and maybe even those magic mirrors, so you look a tiny bit taller, for instance :)

    • Antonia says:

      Thanks, Maggie! As for the lighting and the mirrors – I think that’s how they do in expensive stores! I remember once shopping at Miu Miu, and everything looked good on me:) Or maybe it’s the clothes, of course:)

  3. Caroline says:

    Jag gillar verkligen den andra ringen, lite annorlunda och färgglad. Men av de du köpte gillar jag den med döskalleklungan bäst!

  4. Susie says:

    Is that the nail polish Chanel “quartz?” If not, it looks super similar and either way, it is very pretty!

  5. Araceli Estrada says:

    I agree!!! I wonder what the reasoning behind harsh lighting is. Maybe it’s cheaper?

  6. Rucha Shukla says:

    Oh my gosh, I love the second one!! You should’ve bought it.

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