This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sears. All opinions are 100% mine.
I like to have at least a few new items of clothing at the start of every season, but I don't like actively having to shop for them. Confused? Let me explain.
I love having new things (who doesn't?) especially if those things are clothes. I am, at all times, absolutely certain that I do not have nearly as many clothes as I need, so when the seasons change I feel the urge to add to my wardrobe. What I don't like, however, is taking an entire day to head out to a store in search of some new seasonal styles, only to find something I love and want to introduce to the rest of my closet and am told that they don't have it in my size. Deflated and defeated, I walk away. Nine times out of ten, I head home and hop online to search for that left-behind item and most often I find it in my size on the website.
This has happened to me so many times that, when given the choice, I will choose to shop online before even heading out to a store to check out the local stock. I already know it likely isn't as good or as varied as the website's stock. After all, you can fit more items on a website than you can within the confines of a store space.
Sears understands the frustration I and many others routinely feel when walking out of brick and mortar stores empty-handed. In fact, they not only cater to those of us who prefer to shop online, they are making their website even more enticing to get others to check out the featured marketplace offers on their website and shop freely without worrying that something might not be available in a particular size or color. Ah, shopping relief!
On a mission to ensure that each and every customer finds exactly what they are looking for, Sears is adding hundreds of new styles, colors, and designers to their website every single day.
Speaking of designers, in addition to the tried and true Sears brands you already know if you are a regular Sears customer, they have also stepped up their game when it comes to luxury designers. On the Sears website, customers can shop newest arrivals from incredible brands like Michael Kors, Steve Madden, Nike, Tory Burch, and more. Pretty awesome, right?
I know what you're probably thinking–when you shop online, there's a waiting period involved. There is no instant gratification in online shopping, and you often have to think ahead if you need a new outfit for an upcoming event or date. Sears thought of that too, which is why when you shop their website, you can buy your new favorite piece of clothing online and schedule an in-store pickup. Sears guarantees to have your item ready in 5 minutes or less; and if they don't, you get a $5 in-store coupon! Now you can shop online for that new dress that fits you perfectly in a color that compliments you, and wear it this weekend.
Check out the new brands and styles on the ever-expanding Sears website, and don't forget to share the excitement with your friends by tweeting using Twitter hashtag #MoreatSears.