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30th May

Hey folks,

Been a really nice day so far; thought I’d blog now while I had the time!

Went to town this morning for some retail therapy! 481 more words



I know that everyone has experienced the need to shop regardless of actually needing it or not. It helps when we are bored or wanting a few items to spice up our wardrobe. 499 more words


...retail therapy with a difference

Whilst out a few weeks ago searching for a Mother’s Day pressie for my Mum I stumbled across a Trade Aid store out West. Now I must be honest, I’d not ever taken the time to venture into one of these shops – I’m sure for those of you who have, my findings will be no great revelation. 85 more words

Retail: Being Hired As A Therapist

I have been working in retail for about 5 years (you can also refer to my LinkedIn for proof *wink wink*).  My first job was at Barnes and Noble, I also took up a crossover position at Banana Republic, and finally ended my retail “career” at a children’s clothing store called Hanna Andersson.   682 more words


Shop// Olivia Palermo's Inspired Retail Therapy

As you know I did a Style inspirations post on Olivia Palermo‘s enviable wardrobe choices. I thought I’ve scouted Australian and online retailers to find pieces that I personally think will be in the wardrobe of Miss Palermo herself. 463 more words


"Fringe! How Many Of Us Have Them?"

Fringe and suede is on the forefront of fashion trends this season. Oddly enough you wouldn’t think of wearing suede during spring and summer but it looks great! 73 more words

Retail Therapy

the marks on your head look like stars in the sky

look, nobody, i’m back! i made this wordpress blog in like 2007 i think; i’m currently wading through past private entries of delightfully spun gay porn yarns trying to figure it out. 699 more words

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