A bag ah tings @ TSO DAY 1 PART 2
Sharon Hutchinson says the Ambrosh King Bed and Jasmen pillows passed the test.

Whether you are a fan of online shopping or in-store browsing, the Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out (TSO) had something for you. With three glorious days of non-stop shopping (plus a bonus 24-hour cyber event to kick things off) Jamaicans islandwide put the woes of the pandemic aside to engage in some much-needed retail therapy.

The TSO team stopped by a few stores in Liguanea on day one of the extravaganza to engage with shoppers, and was pleased to see the turnout. There was a steady stream of shoppers scouring racks for the best deals. And with many retailers implementing deals 'shop more, save more' it was a win-win for all.

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The Hemmings family: Husband Euwan, wife Jacqueline and their son Emani got afeel of the Easy Isle Outdoor Lounge set.
Josh-Paul Martin eyed one of the canvas art pieces on display atAshley Furniture HomeStore.
By the time Ashley FurnitureHomeStore General Manager PamilleShaw-Blair (right) was finishedup-selling the Devonee Ceramic Jarand Drewing Bar Height table LornaMcIntosh was ready to buy!(Photos: Garfield Robinson)
Excited about the prospect of her son returning to face-to-face classes at JamaicaCollege, Debbie Nicholson (left) stopped by Ammar's Sovereign Centre location to shopfor uniforms. Sales representative Deidre Linton was eager to assist.
The curtain selections at Ammar's remain a go-to for many, and Cassene Goodenwas in to see what the fuss was about.
Heart NSTA Trust Acting Director, Human Resources & Development Sonia Ingletonhas been a Deja Vu customer for over 12 years, and always finds new jewellery toadd to her collection whenever she's in-store.
Deja Vu co-principal Rajesh Kripalani (left) was on hand to help shopper CalysonPanton select a new shirt...
...or two.
After applying Bond No 9 Dubai Gold to one of his pulse points, and allowing it to drynaturally, Andre Clayton took a sniff.
Di Volume manager Kenniel Byfield showed off the menswear store selection of pants.
Abigaile Hall perused a rack in the womenswear section at Ammar's Sovereign.

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