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ShopSmart reveals Smart Handbag Shopping Secrets


New poll finds half of American women have a hard time shopping for bags

ShopSmart MagazineYonkers, NY – Finding the perfect purse can be tricky.  According to a new national poll from ShopSmart, roughly half of women said they had a hard time shopping for a handbag. But that doesn’t stop them from stocking up—women said they owned 10 bags on average, and one in 10 fessed up to having more than 20.

On “splurge” bags, women spend an average of $148.00. And names matter?about a quarter of respondents said they bought a bag because it was a certain brand. «Read the rest of this article»

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ShopSmart’s Six Steps to Score Big Savings on Clothes


Tricks and tips that can help shoppers save even more at their favorite stores

ShopSmart MagazineYonkers, NY – It’s easier than ever to score deals on clothing and accessories─sales and coupons are everywhere and there’s always bargains online. But shoppers can do even better if they know how to work all the angles.

The October 2012 issue of ShopSmart magazine, from Consumer Reports, provides the ultimate guide to scoring deals on clothing and accessories and features six must-do steps to saving, tips for saving even more at go-to retailers, information on what’s new on the racks this fall and nine great bargain clothing sites. «Read the rest of this article»

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Jockey and Carters among Top Scorers in Consumer Reports Outlet Stores Survey


Experts compare quality of outlet store goods head-to-head with the brand’s regular retail products

Consumer ReportsYonkers, NY – With the promise of big savings on quality name brands, outlet stores are booming in this sour economy. But are they delivering on that promise? To find out, Consumer Reports surveyed 17,753 readers who made nearly 39,000 outlet store visits.

The results reveal the winners and losers among 58 major outlet brands included in Consumer Reports’ survey, which took into account key factors such as value, quality, selection, and service. Consumer Reports also interviewed experts and sent a reporter undercover to buy $2,000 worth of shirts, slacks, socks, sweats, and other items, to examine in its’ textile labs. «Read the rest of this article»

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