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Street Talk: Where do you plan to do most of your holiday shopping, in stores or online — and why?


By Queens Courier Staff | editorial@queenscourier.com

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BY PAULINA TAM

Shirley Fantini

“I’m not a computer-savvy person. Clothes might look different in stores than online.”
Shirley Fantini

Beverly Wynne

“Definitely in stores. I’m very local. I’d rather look at the clothes in stores and touch the fabric. It’s more personal.”
Beverly Wynne

Barbara Pinerio

“In stores. I’m at an age where I’m not so tech-savvy.”
Barbara Pinerio

Peter Garoutsos

“I’m already done with all my holiday shopping, but I like shopping in stores because I can see the quality.”
Peter Garoutsos

Freddy Francois

“In stores. I had many bad experiences with shipping.”
Freddy Francois

Lorraine Lynch

“In stores. I like to try things on and see them in person.”
Lorraine Lynch

Emily Im

“Online. It’s more convenient and you can find everything for a cheaper price.”
Emily Im

Thomas Leung

“In stores. I can browse through the clothes and try them on to see which fits better so I don’t have to go back another time to return them.”
Thomas Leung

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