With help from us and the launch of the iPad, shopping online is already pretty navigable. Below, three sites we love, because they make the process easier still - learn to use them, and you'll never again have to circle the mall in search of a parking spot.
Followsales.com gives you constant updates about on-sale clothes and accessories from brands ranging from American Eagle to Alexander Wang. With their easy search function, you can narrow down your search by store, brand, percentage off, size, and price.
You can even save items to keep track of what you want. Plus, they offer coupon codes with certain purchases - it's like a one-stop shop or bargain hunters, but way more organized than tearing through the sale racks.
This site makes visual online wish lists - basically, when you bookmark something you want, yo won't forget it's there, and you'll be able to see how it fits in with other items you're after.
You simply sign up for an account, add the Faabric link to your Bookmark bar. Click on the Faabric bookmark each time you see something you're thinking about buying, and Faabric places an image and link to the item into your profile - you can see everything in one place, and you won't forget about the shorts that went with that great tank top.
Ever tried to scan the internet to make sure you're getting the best deal? Beat My Price is a quick solution to this project. If I'm in the market for a pair of Delman flats, I simply type in the name of the shoes, add a link from the best price I found, clicked on the" Beat this!" button. A long list of Delman flats at various price points pops up, and you're free to pick the one you want.