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Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Gift Girl: Helping the shopping-challenged men of the World

OK guys, if you have no clue what to buy for your lady, Gift Girl is here to lend you a helping hand. It aims to be an online destination that dishes out shopping advice to help men eliminate wrong choices by delivering the perfect gift selection. This solution-based site integrates the latest technology with fashion expertise for the time- and taste-challenged male.

The site boasts thousands of designer items that hover between $100 to more than $100,000 in terms of price, with new content being added on a daily basis in order to keep the site and its selections fresh. All you need to do is fork out a $20 subscription fee - a small price to pay considering you run the risk of getting the wrong present yet again on your anniversary, having to spend the night on a cold, concrete floor for the umpteenth time.

Gift Girl content includes:

  • Gift Girl Collections: Ranging from New York City Girl to Lazy Sunday Girl, Nantucket Girl and more., complete ensembles are suggested to match many moods, looks and occasions.
  • Gift Girl Says: Candid advice on how and why the item would make a perfect gift and for whom.
  • Gift Girl Don'ts: Take it from the experts at Gift Girl; your girl really does not want another kitchen appliance.
  • Gift Girl Tips: Straight from the expert eyes of the Gift Girl team, a wealth of tips for dodging potential shopping disasters.
Click this link to start shopping with

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