As markets remain closed due to the lockdown to limit interaction amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A large number of citizens are shifting their focus from manual to digital shopping for the upcoming religious festival of Eid-ul-Fitr.
Although a few people are still managing to shop by visiting shops whose owners are available on call and allow visitors for a short time to select clothes themselves, they close the shops out of fear of the concerned authorities as it is against the law.
Therefore, the majority of customers have no option except shopping from online websites which are offering a variety of clothes and other accessories like shoes, bags and jewellery. The online shopping facility offered by different brands, shopping marts and food outlets have made the lives of citizens quite easier especially at the time when staying at home and lessening interaction with people is the best possible precaution to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Online shopping is not affordable for the people belonging to the low income groups like us to shop from the online websites offering dresses and shoes on higher rates. Usually we buy dresses, shoes and other accessories for Eid through visiting different local shops and finding the best things at reasonable rates. Online retailers are not offering a variety of stuff with reasonable prices.