Tips For Selective Buyers: How you can decide

If you have a long list of must-haves about a particular product you need, make comparison charts, fixate on flaws and constantly search for “the one", then it is probable that you are a selective buyer.

It's okay.

Very okay, because you understand the need to get value for money and want to get the best for yourself.

But then you are doing your self no good because you might be spending too much time deciding and eventually come up with nothing, Even if you do get something, it might not what you really need.

Shopping should not be a stressful endeavour and we are here to reduce that stress for you.

Be flexible.

Don't be fixated on one thing. Understand that different products come in different styles and they're designed to actually work. It's not a problem if the pearl is a little bigger, if it works go for it. If you stick to the fact that you want that pearl to be exactly thumb size you might get something entirely not nice for what you need it for.


Have it in mind that it may not be perfect but it is what you need. You do not need to compare. It is totally unnecessary. Every piece has a purpose it serves and you should focus on that instead. A long necklace is to serve for V-neckline and should not be contrasted with the choker just because they both 18k. Functionality should be what matters


Remember that a product might not have all of your requirements but can serve it's purpose when used properly Quoting the Rolling Stones, “You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, well, you just might find you get what you need.” Always remember this.

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