A mother was shocked when she saw the kid's shirt she had ordered for her 3-year-old daughter from a Chinese retailer, which featured a profanity.
The Duchess of Sussex sported her signature colour for her latest appearance.
Cyber Monday has come and gone, but Target.com’s Cyber Week deals are still going strong — until tomorrow.The retailer has marked down popular electronics, kitchen appliances, toys and much more for the rest of the week, and the savings are not to be missed. Standouts include Hatchimals, KitchenAid mixers and the wildly popular air fryer that’s on everyone’s holiday shopping list.Ahead, a preview of some of the best sale items that shoppers can expect until tomorrow at Target.com.The editors at Yahoo Lifestyle are committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, we may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:• In case you missed it: These crazy Cyber Week deals are still going strong• Kate Middleton’s favorite hair accessory is perfect for the holidays — and you can get it for $10• Extended: Walmart’s Top 10 Cyber Monday dealsFollow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Amazon Prime Day offers deals on everything from tech to furniture, but there's a surprising lack of buzz around fashion deals on the internet giant's site.
When shopping for swimwear online, we’re usually faced with shots of young models with taut bodies, zero body hair, and no sign of any blemishes.
Online shopping destination Net-a-Porter is in hot water after the site accidentally uploaded an image featuring editing instructions: “Please slim.”
Sadly, this was not the case for a woman who ordered a sheer, figure-hugging dress from the online retailer PrettyLittleThing recently. The woman, who goes by the handle @BRIABACKWOODS, tweeted side-by-side photos on Tuesday of the ad for a dress she ordered from the site and the product she received, which was not only a far cry from what she ordered but wasn’t a dress at all.
Shopping online can sometimes yield some dodgy results; you can never truly be sure what you’re ordering is going to match expectations. Once my sister won a postcard of a swimming pool on ebay thinking she’d scored an amazingly cheap paddling pool. She freaked out, got my dad to outbid her then the pair of them did a runner. It’s a family secret. Don’t tell anyone, I beg you.It looks like my sister hasn’t been the only one fooled by the internet. These guys, while they certainly got what they paid for, definitely didn’t receive what they wanted (at least they paid for it though).
Since launching in 2012, it’s become one of the fastest growing e-commerce companies in North America, and for good reason – they’ve got an awesome selection of shoes! But it gets better. The company recently launched it’s first bricks and mortar store in Toronto, with plans for expansion across Canada. The idea: creating a bridge between traditional and digital shopping. ALSO SEE: 5 reasons to ditch the flip-flops this summer From the outside, the store looks like your average shoe shop but look a little closer and you’ll realize that the shelves are set up to reflect what’s happening on the website.
Do you live and breathe by the gospel of Oprah Winfrey? Do you covet her style and wish you could maybe take a trip to her house and pocket one or two things? Just us? OK…Either way, you’ve gotta hand it to Oprah – she’s got an eye for style, whether it’s chic clothes, covetable bags or stunning home decor.ALSO SEE: A beauty site thought Whoopi Goldberg was Oprah at the OscarsAnd now – it can all be yours. That’s right, joining the growing number of celebrities who have turned to eBay, Oprah is auctioning off more than 200 items from her closet, with proceeds going to The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls.Click through the gallery to see some of our favourite items up for grabs, from Chanel jackets to Manolo Blahnik pumps, and more. The entire bounty can be viewed here.ALSO SEE: Jewelry, furniture and cars from ‘Mad Men’ are up for auctionThe auctions close on Monday, March 7 – so get your bids in while you can – or at least dream about it.
You know you want this dress from Prada’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. As if online shopping wasn’t already dangerous enough, it’s now proliferating social media, making it impossible to avoid that Prada dress you’ve had bookmarked for months. Pinterest, the inspirational (and aspirational) image sharing site, has taken the next step in blurring the lines between e-commerce and friendly online engagement by introducing The Pinterest Shop, a curated catalog of items that can be directly purchased, turning the Internet mood board from third-party promoter to boutique-like seller. The new addition is an enhancement of Buyable Pins, which were launched in June.