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Pandemic window-shopping: Abandoning e-commerce shopping carts

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A woman is seen shopping on ASOS the online fashion store on a laptop.

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In normal times, Amanda Ryczek window-shopped — wandering around with no intention to buy, but taking time to see new merchandise or thinking of what could be worn and where.

As the Covid-19 pandemic shut down brick-and-mortar stores, the 27-year-old moved her habits online.

“I’m definitely not going into stores in the present moment, and so, as far as going online, you go to the store’s website and in some weird way it’s almost like going to the store,” Ryczek said.

But instead of testing a lotion or feeling the fabric on a shirt, she’ll hit “add to cart” — and…



Source cnbc.com

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