Need Kr3w apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.
The best place to search if you are price-conscious is Bizrate/Shopzilla. They had a whole first page full of search results under twenty dollars. That’s even better than Amazon which is normally more competitive. Their selection is strong enough such that you might not need a back up in hunting for an item, but if there is something you want that you can’t find go to eBay. At eBay, although the top eBay stores for this selection all have good reputations, the store that carries the most of this brand has a more expensive selection than the stores that carrie the second and third largest selections so be sure to check the three tops stores for this brand to be sure that you get the best price. Links to search results for this brand are below:
PJs: Does Size Matter?
But there is one thing that might be brought into question: the claims of a few manufacturers that \'one size fits all\'. Interestingly - a little bit of history for you here - this always used to be the case. The first signs of boys and girls PJs were, in fact, in ancient Persia. Here, the two-piece we now think of something modern and European can into existence as a far less elaborate garment - an enormous top and even more whopping trousers were designed for anyone of pretty much any age or sex. This old style still survives in modern day India, to where the garment also spread. Of course there is going to have to be a \'small\' and \'large\' option for kids and \'everyone else\' - but try a kurta on for size next time you are east of Eden - you will see what I mean.
Fast forward to the twenty first century, and swing back northwest to the UK, and the idea of one-size for (almost) all seems to me making a bit of a comeback. Is it true? To find out, my daughter and I went for a bit of a rummage in one of my local clothes stores. Finding the girls pyjamas section, we identified various garments advertising themselves as being suitable for kids between the ages of such-and-such. No universal ones, though. We did not give up - she is a keep investigator, as I was finding out - and sure enough, the next shop we \'investigated\' came up with the goods. Literally.
Having located the garment, the shop assistant kindly brought us once each (at my request). It was one of those \'onesie\' things that everybody is always going on about, which made the claim it made of itself even more fantastical. Miss Holmes went to try hers on first, leaving me to contemplate the platitudes of girls PJs and other such deeply philosophical issues. Moments later, though, she came out looking like a cartoon lion (these onesies always seem to have bizarre styles) who had lost a colossal amount of weight and was left with waves of stretched skin. But - I will concede this to the makers of the curious article - it did sort of fit her. In a crazy kind of way. But then, these things are crazy if nothing else.
Next was my turn and I marched off to behind the unnecessarily thick curtain where, sure enough, I found that the wretched thing fitted me as well. I looked a lot leaner, of course - together we made a nice, email-spam style \'before and after\' duo - but it fitted.
So it seems that one size fits all really can be done. Hats off, I suppose, to the designers. Although a more fundamental question remains: why would anybody actually want to buy one?
Article Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/clothing-articles/pjs-does-size-matter-6778764.htmlAbout the Author
Graduated Physiology in the University of Warwick. Traveled to exotic places and developed the habit of writing down every interesting thing. Currently I am writting for MiniWardrobe Limited.