World Wide Wardrobe

When someone offers you an easier way to shop across the globe without leaving your house and a saving of around 80% per piece, you don’t say no.

Ella Rodgers is an Australian house Mum whose love for clothes and enthusiasm for the thrill of the chase has led her to publishing her own book, World Wide Wardrobe

A comprehensive listing of the best online fashion retailers around the world, the book acts as a guide to a range of online shoppers from lowly beginners to seasoned professionals; and makes life that much easier.

Catering for men, women, kids and even babies, the book is an extensive listing of the best international website sites that Ella has hand-picked that sell men and women’s fashion for all sizes, maternity, babies and kids, shoes and accessories. With loads of tips and all the do’s and don’ts of shopping on the internet, it’s a bit of an online shopper’s bible.

What’s most impressive is that there’s an even a section that acts as a guide on how to set up an address in the US and Europe, for those few sites that don’t ship to Australia, along with detailed sections on sizing, security, customs and duty taxes.

It’s a definite winner in any thrifty shopper’s eyes.

World Wide Wardrobe is available in print for $19.95 at worldwidewardrobe.com.au and independent book stores. An eBook version is also available which can be purchased from Amazon or Apple iBooks.

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One Response to “World Wide Wardrobe”
  1. Mia says:

    This is great guide. Love this season’s colors. Just got in the mail a BCMG Max Azria dress from http://www.DressDivine.com.au. Is fits perfect and makes me look as a new women.

    Happy holidays!!!

    xoxo

    /Mia