I love shopping online. It’s so convenient to be able to peruse the interwebs and find cool and unique items for gifts from the comfort of your own home. Or even as a basement dweller, considering the status I’m currently at with living in my parents’ basement until our house sells in PA and we buy one out here. Shopping can be quite therapeutic.
Have you heard of Modnique? I hadn’t, until recently when I was asked to peruse their products and buy something so I could report back to you. I think the only thing better than a ‘normal’ shopping spree is one where you get assistance with the funding of the spree, am I right?
With brands like Tiffany, Jimmy Choo, Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs, and more, Modnique offers a huge selection of products for men, women, kids, as well as beauty and jewelry, from brand name designers, as well as international retailers, at truly amazing prices.
Modnique is your destination for international style online. Headquartered in Redondo Beach, CA, Modnique specializes in sourcing and shipping brands from around the world, to bring you the best styles at up to 85% off.
New merchandise arrives daily and is featured in 36-72 hour events, while curated shops house inventory without expiration. From styles popular in LA to regional brands from Milan, Modnique promises to deliver Fashion without Borders… or waiting in lines.
Modnique is currently running 20 Days of Deals that started on November 7th, so you still have time to check out the outstanding deals. Princess Nagger wishes I would have known about them sooner, she was bummed when she was looking over my shoulder to see this from the first day of the deals:
If I had been able to snag one of those and Princess Nagger were to have opened it on Christmas, I would have acquired the title of “Best Mom in the World” again. But since that wasn’t going to be happening, consoling myself with some shoe shopping seemed to be in order.
Now that the weather has gotten colder, it’s time for some boot action. Of course my boots are currently buried in boxes in storage since I wasn’t thinking ahead and let the movers pack them. You don’t generally think about boots and cold weather clothing when it’s a hot and humid 90-degree endless summer, right? So new boots were definitely a must.
I found these Qupid Ponder Boots on Modnique’s site:
OK, so they’re not technically boots, more like booties, but they’re cute and that’s what matters. I did find another pair of Qupid boots I really wanted to get:
But there was a glitch on the website and while they weren’t showing as out of stock or in another member’s bag, I kept getting an error every time I tried to add them to my shopping bag/cart:
No matter what I did, I wasn’t able to put a pair in my shopping bag. C’est la vie.
I did find an alternate-ish pair of Jacobies Ankle Boots to buy instead, though:
I cannot wait for them to get here! I’ll have to update you on all that. I also decided to get Princess Nagger a pleather jacket, since she outgrew her last one. I found this Yoki Girls’ Asymmetrical Moto Jacket:
I went $30 over my budget, but it was worth it, considering it would have been a lot more if they weren’t already discounted.
Luckily I don’t have to worry too much about the fit – Modnique does have a return policy, so I’m covered.
I spent so much time perusing the site doing a lot of window shopping – be aware that when you put something in your bag, you have a time limit or the items in your bag are returned to stock – but if you’re quick, you can put them back in your bag before checking out.
So what are you waiting for? Go check them out – take advantage of their 20 Days of Deals – you can keep track of each day’s deal by either visiting Modnique, the Modnique blog, or the Modnique Facebook Page.
I’m betting you’ll be able to find some great deals to cross some gifts off your ‘to-do’ list, or even a gift for yourself like I did.
How’s your holiday shopping going?
Note: I was honored to be part of the Splash Creative Media campaign on behalf of Modnique.com and I have received a gift certificate to purchase items for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received for this post implied or otherwise. The opinions are all mine and not influenced by any outside sources. See my Disclosure Policy here.