JustFab LA Times

For those of us who love to shop, the best thing out there is being able to find a great deal. With more and more members of our society shopping on the Internet, people are constantly searching for the best deals. Individuals want to know where they are able to save the most money. When it comes to fashion, the online company, JustFab helps with just that. Drastically expanding beyond its original line of shoes and handbags, it has come to include children’s clothing and active wear, and the ever-popular lines of, Fabletics, FabKids, and FL2. All items are picked out specifically by the customer and then shipped to the address provided. See: http://www.fabkids.com/

When signing up for JustFab , individuals are not only signing up for a unique shopping experience, but they are able to choose from a regular membership or a VIP account. With a VIP account, shoppers are allowed ‘extra’ benefits such as percentage discounts and they are able to shop when they want. The rules for shopping are clearly stated on the JustFab website. A less stringent shopping experience makes shopping ideal for every VIP customer. If a person chooses not to shop on any given month, they must do so by the 5th of the month in order to not be charged.

According to the Los Angeles Times, JustFab is one of the few and only surviving online companies to be profitable in the year 2016, and its future looks promising. Unlike many retail stores of today, all of the design concepts originate within the walls of the JustFab’s Los Angeles office. Having an in-house design team benefits shoppers by reducing the cost of the merchandise. This in turn, is how great deals can be offered to all of the customers. However, be on the lookout, new things are happening for JustFab, including a possible name change.

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