So for the past week or so I've been using a new online shopping service called JiSu. Initially when I heard about it, I assumed it was a service similar to the one-stop shopping model offered by Popsugar (which I use heavily by the way). But no, this was something entirely different and unexpected.
JiSu compiles all of your online shopping carts in one place, like a wish list of sorts, and categorizes them based on criteria you set. It's almost like Pinterest for shopping. So for example, if you are browsing Zara (see Shopping Bag: Checkin' Out Zara), and find an item you like that you're not quite ready to purchase. You can click on a JiSu button in your bookmarks toolbar. This will add the item to one of your "Carts" with price and store information. When you're ready to purchase, all you have to do is go to your JiSu cart and click on the item and it will take you directly to the actual e-commerce site so you can purchase it. But wait, there's more. If you link the primary email address you use to shop with, JiSu will keep track of all your purchases so you can see how much your spending.
As a prolific online shopper this is a great tool. Normally, I will create shopping carts or wish lists on each individual website in order to keep track of items I'm not ready to buy or am on the fence about buying. This service keeps it all in one place. And the carts also have the added benefit of letting me refine my look before purchasing by seeing items from various stores together. It also helps me to not buy items that are too similar.
The verdict. I love it! And you will too if you shop online as much as I do.