You might think that having millions in the bank might make shopping a joy (you can buy everything you’ve ever dreamed of owning!) but these 5 celebrities all say they actually don’t enjoy shopping. Be it running down the aisles of a supermarket or going through rails of clothing in luxurious boutiques, for some reason they just hate it. Some prefer to shop online for clothes because they hate feeling under pressure or trying on clothes while in stores. Others don’t like spending their cash on luxurious items and often end up feeling guilty or uncomfortable when they do.
Anna finds that shopping can be quite exhausting so she prefers to shop online at her own pace: “After an hour I get a little antsy. So I definitely shop online.”
Cheryl hates shopping in stores because she finds it stressful and thinks that dressing rooms are often unflattering: “I tend to shop online – mostly online to be honest because I actually feel the whole thing of shopping actually really stressful. Just the lighting in dressing rooms makes you depressed for some reason.”
Eva doesn’t like spending money on lots of clothes and finds doing so uncomfortable: “I wouldn’t change my upbringing. It’s given me great values towards money and has made me really appreciate everything I have. I’m not a spender or a shopper. I don’t find pleasure in being frivolous with money. In fact, I find it uncomfortable. Even this ring I’m wearing right now will go back to my
stylist at the end of the day. I don’t think money can make you happy at all. The only thing it will do is drive you crazy.”
Nicki hates shopping and often ends up giving amazing gifts to her close friends because she doesn’t need everything she has: “I actually hate shopping. I do get sent a lot of stuff and it kind of builds up in my closet then I give it away. Like, I just gave away a load of Louis Vuitton bags to my girlfriends. That’s always fun.”
Renee was once followed around by a spying reporter while grocery shopping and now the activity makes her paranoid: “I had to call my friend from a grocery store in Toronto and I remember saying, ‘You know what, I think I’m turning into a paranoid freak because I swear to God people are looking in my shopping basket and deciding that I’m politically incorrect for my non-organic
milk.’ As soon as I said it, I felt ridiculous but the next day I read all about my trip to the grocery store, so I was being followed through the grocery store. That’s weird to me.”