PRLog - July 10, 2014 - MUMBAI, India -- Have you heard of the word ‘Shoepidity”
There are 43 types of footwear in total among which the famous ones being (In alphabetical order) Ballets, Boots, Flipflops, Flipsters, Heels, High Heels, Mary Jane, Peep toe, Platforms, Pointed, Pumps, Sandals, Shoes, Slippers, Sneakers, Stilettos, Thongs, Wedges, Wellington boots & Zories. Although there are men who stack on lot of shoes, but women clearly wins on this front. They say diamonds are women’s best friend, but we wouldn’t be wrong if we say “shoes” are her weakness. Women always seem to have a reason and justification to buy a new pair. Some would rather go hungry than bypass the latest pair. Such is the power of shoes over women, and this is even more pronounced if the most popular brands are involved.
Speaking of the powerful brands, India do not have too many of them which are of Indian origin. Rather the popular brands from world, as a whole, are very limited too. On that note, the purchasing power of woman in India has increased substantially. Women in India readily spend a fortune on International brands, the style statements have changed for good. With active participation in Education & Industrialization, Indian women are so much more aware of what is trending globally. Many of them have developed their taste from various international brands as well. But there are very few who gets their hands on the latest collection due to limited access to the brands. E-commerce certainly has proved to be a boon to choose from array of brands but again very few offers “All of them”! The famous brands with maximum response are – Jimmy Choo, Christian Loboutin, Manolo Blahnik (Remember Carrie Bradshaw flaunting one in Sex and The City?) Louis Vuitton, Dolce Gabanna, Guess, Gucci & Tory Burch. But are scarcely available in India.
On typing on the internet ‘International footwear brands available in India’ OR ‘International brands in India’ took you to the gawky ones selling either copies or the ones which are available even in malls. Indian woman would have missed out on so much fun and style if only “Personal Concierge” hasn’t come to the rescue. Personal Concierge not only assist and let you buy the aforementioned brands with ease but also gives you access to every other brand from overseas which you would be longing to buy. Macys, H&M, Zara are included as well. Which means the world is one online store when it comes to ‘Personal Concierge’, whether you buy a premium brand or otherwise. Have you tried Personal Concierge (http://hopshopdrop.com/