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Now I think I speak for many girls when I say the more clothes the better! Although I sometimes look in the mirror at myself in a whole new outfit that I've bought for under £50 and hate the materialistic bubble I find myself in when it comes to clothes... I find comfort in the fact that all this was under £50.
ASOS is a great place for clothes hoarders with hundreds of products and no dreaded delivery charge! As with any online retailer the product quality is always going to be a bit of a risk, but out of all online shops I trust ASOS the most! Many of the products are from known and trusted brands such as River Island, Motel and so on. Also with many pictures taken from multiple angles and a zoom that might even show up the models imperfections (if they weren't edited out) they are about as honest as they can get! Disregarding the fact it might not look as good on you as it does on this pretty skinny tanned tall lady... but even then the return is free!
Asos market place is a nice addition and a clever move by ASOS to jump on the vintage bandwagon. It gives the opportunity for small clothing companies to play with the big boys. There are some good bargains to be found however going through products can be very tedious so personally I would stick to Ebay, Etsy etc for the bargains and only snoop on ASOS market place if you are in search of a new small independent brand to support or have the determination and time to kill to make it worth it.
As with Snow White's poisoned apple the iphone 3GS will leave you in a coma-like state on your sofa. With an app for almost everything you can end up staring at the screen all day with no need to leave your phone. It is slimline and easy to use for any technophobes.
It almost sounds perfect, so why did I choose to compare this phone to a poison apple? As beautiful as it may seem on the surface it has it issues. Firstly if you have bought this phone you are likely to want to use all the fun apps on the go, and surely this is the purpose of having an iphone. Well you may not get the happily ever after you hoped for with the battery running out very quickly. This can make having an iphone no more than a bad temptation on long journeys as it will die leaving you lost (this has happened to me a fair few times!) So say you try to turn off your phone to give yourself and it a nap, well don't rely on your phone to wake you up as the alarm only works when switched on.
These simple issues are what most other phone companies have been working on for years, instead Apple loves to concentrate on the sparkles and leave the practicalities for another more expensive new iphone who shall one day come along and be mine and your 'loves first kiss' (...from a phone) but until that day comes I would advise this phone for those who like to stay indoors or need internet on their mobiles.