I wear my sunglasses at inside so I can so I can look cool at the next business meeting! This audience is looking to buy a pair of sunglasses. They have been observed to shop at retailers, like Sunglass Hut, LensCrafters or Luxottica for popular brands. These sunglasses brands include ones, such as Ray-Ban, Oakley, Maui Jim, Prada Eyewear, and Persol. People in this audience may also be interested in sunglasses accessories, including sunglass lenses, sunglass cords, and sunglass cases.
Also known as a backsack apparently. Interesting... This audience includes people who are interested in purchasing a backpack to carry small to mid-sized items. They may be seen researching and comparing backpack prices and are interested in brands, like JanSport, Herschel Supply, Fjallraven and Osprey Packs.
The first time the word "handbag" was use in the 1900s, was to describe men's briefcases. Fancy that, eh? This audience may be looking to buy a handbag or purse to carry smaller items and for fashionable purposes. People in this audience may be interested fashion or luxury items and may have items from brands, like Michael Kors, Saint Laurent Roady, Kate Spade or Tory Burch.
"You got a skull for your brain, a plastic sleeve for your comb, and a wallet for your money." People in this audience are really into wallets! They use wallets to hold small, personal items, like money, pictures or credit cards, and may have a wallet from brands, like Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger, COACH, Kate Spade or Tory Burch. This audience may also be interested in fashion or luxury brand items.
Athleisure, the idea of wearing activewear for no active purpose, it started somewhere in the early 80s. Ever since it has boomed with yoga pants being a commonly worn article from the gym to the grocery store. This audience includes people who enjoy being active and are looking for workout clothing. They are interested in buying fitness clothes, such as basketball shorts, headbands, active hoodies and sweatshirts, and yoga pants. People in this audience may be seen researching brands, like Nike, Adidas, Under Armour or Lululemon.
The world's most expensive dress priced at £7.4 million and created by Martin Katz Jewellers and Renee Strauss. There's a rumor that the dress is still for sale. This audience is interested in getting clothes for an upcoming wedding. People in this audience are looking for clothing, such as wedding dresses, bridal gowns, and wedding suits and tuxedos. They may be interested in brands, like Marchesa, Vera Wang or J. Crew.
For the longest time, most kid's clothing had no gender distinction, it wasn't until recently that the distinction was made. This audience wants to buy clothing for children. People in this audience are seen researching various types of clothing, including jeans, t-shirts, shorts or dresses, but in boys and girls sizes. They are interested in brands, like Crazy 8, Justice, Gymboree or Ruby & Bloom.
Women were not allowed to participate in ballet until 1681. Darn that patriarchy! This audience includes people who enjoy dancing! They may be looking for dancing attire, like ballet shoes, tap shoes, leotards, and dance costumes. People in this audience are interested in brands, such as Balera, Capezio, Mirella, Body Wrappers, and Bloch.
Around the 1860s, dresses were so broad, they would prevent women from entering doorways without getting stuck. This audience loves shopping for dresses! People in this audience can be seen looking for different kinds of dresses, like day time dresses, work dresses, formal dresses and wedding dresses. They may be interested in designers, such as Chloe, Ninna Ricci, Fendi, Burberry, or Michael Kors.
In French, the word "lingerie" is for underwear in general. Keep that in mind next time you are in France looking for some enticing underpants! This audience includes people who are looking to put a little excitement in their wardrobe. They are interested in intimate apparel, like thongs, lingerie sets, or corsets. People in this audience are interested in brands, such as Victoria Secret, Frederick's of Hollywood or Yandy.
It's wasn't until the 1930s that men began to wear more comfortable underwear. Before it was tight flannel drawers that were quite uncomfortable. So, be thankful for the breathing room we have now! This audience includes people who are looking to buy men's underwear. They are interested in getting apparel, like boxer briefs, boxers or jockstraps . People in this audience are interested in brands, such as Calvin Klein, ASOS, Ralph Lauren or Nautica.
Augustus hated cloaks and banned their use in the circus and the forum. People in this audience are looking for clothes that are worn especially for the outdoors. They can be seen checking out products, like winter coats, rain jackets, vests, and blazers. This audience is interested in brands, like The North Face, Charles River Apparel, Marmot or Columbia.
Remember when Spongebob ripped his pants? This audience looks for a variety of pants, such as jeans, skinny jeans, dress pants, sweatpants, and khakis. They are interested in brands like, Levi's, Wrangler, IZOD, Volcom, Unionbay, Haggar Clothing, or Dockers.
The word "T-shirt" became a part of the Merriam-Webster's Dictionary in the 1920's. This audience loves its shirts and tops! People in this audience shop for clothing, like dress shirts, t-shirts, graphic tees, polos, or button-down shirts. They are interested in brands, like Hanes, Polo Ralph Lauren, Lacoste, ZARA, Diesel, or Made by Johnny.
In America and some parts of Europe, around the early 20th century shorts were only worn by small children specifically little boys. I guess all the men suffered in the summer, talk about summertime saddness. This audience is looking to buy shorts. They are seen searching for shorts, such as cargo shorts, denim shorts, pleated shorts or flat front shorts. People in this audience are interested in brands, such as Haggar, UNIONBAY, Levi's Patagonia, Chloe or Polo Ralph Lauren.
Skirt-skirt! Well not that kind of skirt. This audience loves shopping for skirts! They are seen shopping for different types of dresses, like casual skirts, work skirts, pleated skirts, or mini skirts. People in this audience may have bought skirts from brands, like CeCe, Chloe, Burberry, J. Crew and Free People.
Pajamas or pyjamas? The choice is yours. This audience includes people who are looking to buy sleepwear or relaxing clothing to wear for sleeping. They are interested in getting apparel, like pajama sets or sleep separates. People in this audience are interested in brands, such as Soma sleepwear, Sleepy Jones or Lunya.
"Nothing suits me like a suit." This audience is regularly searching for suits to buy. People in this audience may be interested in buying blazers and sports coats, tuxedos, 3-piece suits or suit separates. They may be seen researching brands, like Ralph Lauren, Kenneth Cole, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein or Pronto Uomo.
Polyurethane-coated swimsuits are banned from the Olympics, viewed as technology doping. This audience is interested in buying swimwear. People in this audience may be seen researching different kinds of swimwear, like one piece or two piece swimsuits, swim trunks, bodysuits or bikinis. Some brands this audience is interested in include Speedo, ASOS, Body Glove or Sporti.
The British army utilizes antimicrobial underwear, which means they can be worn for at least three months time. As tempting as that is, traditional underwear is probably the better option for civilians. This audience includes people who are looking to buy women's underwear. They are interested in getting apparel, like bras, panties or thongs. People in this audience are interested in brands, such as Calvin Klein, Victoria's Secret and Spanx.
Luxottica owns a rather large percentage of the eyeglass and sunglasses market. If you got your glasses from the mall, there's a high chance they had some part in their creation. This audience is in the market for eyeglasses. They are interested in shopping for eyeglasses from stores, like LensCrafters, Costco Optical and Visionworks. People in this audience are most likely looking for eyeglasses with corrective lenses for ailments, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, and they have been observed checking out brands, including Ray-Ban, Armani Exchange, and Brooks Brothers. Additionally, people in this audience may want to purchase accessories, which include items, like lens cleaners and eyeglass cases.
The average price of a pair of running shoes is about 115-120 dollars. It's understandable why some people hate running, it's just another investment! This audience includes people who want to buy workout and gym shoes! They are seen observing shoes, like basketball shoes, running shoes, training shoes or trail shoes. People in this audience like brands, such as Nike, Adidas, Under Armour, Reebok or New Balance.
"These boots were made for ..." People in this audience love their boots! There are different kinds of boots this audience may be interested in, including Chelsea boots, snow boots, over-the-knee boots, rain boots or hiking boots. They may enjoy brands, such as Timberland, Columbia, L.L. Bean, Merrell, Clarks, and UGG.
A child's feet endure about three times more stress than the average adult's. Probably because kids are usually bouncing off the walls! People in this audience are looking to buy footwear for children. They are looking for footwear in children's sizes, like active shoes, sandals, boots, socks, or dress shoes. This audience is interested in brands, like DC Shoes, Sketchers, Crocs, Stride Rite or Converse.
Brogue, a type of formal shoe style, was originally designed to drain water from your feet. You know, just in case your feet were drowning from your own sweat. Gross. People in this audience enjoy shopping for dress shoes! They are looking to buy dress shoes, like women's pumps or women's heels, oxfords, loafers, monk straps or dress boots. This audience may have shoes from brands, like Steve Madden, Badgley Mischka, Bruno Magli, Jack Erwin or Boss Hugo Boss.
Geta is a traditional Japanese sandal that uses an elevated wooden base and a thong-like fabric to keep your foot in place. The real question: How do they balance on those things? People in this audience love their sandals! They may already have a certain type of sandals, such as flip-flops, clogs, high-heeled sandals, sports sandals, or footbed sandals. This audience is interested in brands, like Crocs, Rockport, Dockers, Birkenstock or ASICS.
The first socks were simply animal skins, tied around the ankles. Later, leather or fabric was used by the Romans to keep their feet warm. People in this audience are looking to buy some socks or legwear. They are seen researching footwear, like casual socks, athletic socks, dress socks, leg warmers or tights. This audience may have socks or legwear from brands, like Balega, Hanes, Nike, Capezio or Under Armour.
Around 2012, Five-panel hats became trendy and soon many popular youth culture brands began making their own. Brands such as Supreme, Iloveugly, Obey and Quiet Life. People in this audience love hats! There are many types of hats this audience may regularly by, such as baseball caps, snapbacks, fedoras, or beanies. Some brands this audience may be interested in include Bailey, Goorin, Lock & Co. Hatters, Brixton and New Era.
The origin of the term "bracelet" is from the Latin "brachile" which translates to "hand." This audience enjoys shopping for bracelets! They may already have different kinds of bracelets, like bangle bracelets, chain or link bracelets, ID bracelets, or cuff bracelets. People in this audience may be seen researching retail jewelers, like Sterling Jewelers, Zales, or Fred Meyer Jewelers.
In the late 1950s, pierced ears made a comeback but jewelry stores would not offer piercing services until another ten years from then. Imagine that, teenage girls and boys piercing their own ears at home. An accident waiting to happen! This audience loves earrings and rings! They have been observed looking for different kinds of piercings, including earrings or ear piercings, nose rings, stud earrings, or industrial barbell piercings. People in this audience may be interested in piercing retailers, like Claire's or Piercing Pagoda.
Before the 1930s, Diamond rings were not traditionally offered as a symbol of monogamy. The tradition began with De Beers' ad campaign and became a roaring success. This audience includes people who are looking to buy an engagement ring! They may be seen researching different styles of engagement rings, like a halo-style ring, semi-mount ring, or side- stone ring. People in this audience may be interested in retailers, like Sterling Jewelers, Kay Jewelers or Zales.
A choker is actually a tightly fitted necklace hence the name. During the French Revolution, women wore crimson ribbons around their necks to commemorate those who perished by the guillotine. That's a little grime so to end this on a good note, Rihanna also wears chokers! This audience loves their necklaces and pendants! They are seen looking at different kinds of necklaces, such as chain necklaces, collars, chokers or lockets. People in this audience may be interested in jewelry designers, like Bulgari, Chanel, David Yurman, Cartier or Tiffany.
"Happy Time" is a marketing technique, where watches are set to show certain times to make them appear as if they are smiling. People in this audience are in the market for fashion and designer watches, which include brands, such as Michael Kors, Hugo Boss, Olivia Burton, Gucci, Emporio Armani, Armani Exchange and COACH. They have been observed researching and comparing different features of these watches, such as strap type if it's an analog or digital watch, water resistance, watch movements and shape.
The Patek Phillippe Caliber 89 is the most convoluted mechancial pocket watch ever made. It's composed of 18-carat gold, has 24 hands, 1,728 components and a thermometer as well as a star chart. Don't want to even imagine the price of that. People in this audience are interested in purchasing luxury watches. They have been observed checking out various luxury brand watches, such as Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin, Patek Philippe, Rolex, Omega watches, Bremont and Chopard. They have also been observed researching and comparing different features of these watches, such as strap type, water resistance, watch movements and shape.
The first technical smartwatch, the plus four wristlet route indicator, was created in the 1920s and came with a scroll map cartridge to help you get from point A to B. People in this audience are in the market for smartwatches. They have been observed checking out the top smartwatches, which include the Apple Watch 3, Samsung Gear S3, Asus ZenWatch, ZTE Quartz, LG Watch Style, LG Watch Sport, and Fitbit Ionic. While shopping for smartwatches, they research and compare the various features included, such as GPS tracking unit, heart rate monitor, and activity tracker.