Armed with a sense of style devoid of the overwhelming budget, Justfab.com flexes its fashion muscles in a way that isnâ€™t overly expensive or intimidating to poten...
Armed with a sense of style devoid of the overwhelming budget, Justfab.com flexes its fashion muscles in a way that isnâ€™t overly expensive or intimidating to potential customers.
Justfab.com, the brainchild of fashion mogul Kimora Lee Simmons, keeps its pricing simple â€“ everything is $39.95 or less. Her inventory is comprised primarily of shoes, handbags and denim.
Simmons, once the architect of Baby Phat, devised an online store that caters to new and old customers with a membership-style business plan and personalized service. The fairly reasonable pricing comes from Simmonsâ€™ penchant to deal directly with manufacturers.
The latter comes in the form of a simple style quiz that new women take before you decide to join the site/store. The quiz collections information and personalizes and customizes a cyber shopping list. That list is quickly expedited to your email and then the shopping commences.
Anyone placing their first order is greeted with a splendid offer: 50% off the first item purchased plus free shipping. Afterward, Justfab.com always offers free shipping on any orders.
That first purchase not only includes a fantastic introductory price but also access to the Justfab.com VIP room, which keeps up with delivering not only that initial shopping list but ones on a monthly basis.
The joining process is fairly simple, with a few key points to keep in mind. The site charges customers $39.95 per month but only if they donâ€™t buy anything or donâ€™t inform the Justfab.com family that theyâ€™re â€œskipping this month,â€ and wonâ€™t be buying anything at that time.
Simmons may come across to some as a wealthy designer with only her best interests in mind. While any smart businessperson ultimately pays attention to profits, Simmons has a softer side, too.
She developed Justfab.com for the general public who want a celebrity aura and look minus the lofty price tag.