February 5th, 2012

snily, harry potter, mary grandpre

not mixing brands

Lately, I have an annoying/nitpicky quirk when trying to come up with coordinates. I want them to exist of items of the same brand. It doesn't have anything to do with wanting to be "loyal to a brand" or something, but more that I get frustrated with my outfit and think it looks "messy" when it contains several brands. Collapse )

How much do these dresses usually go for?

Could anyone tell me how much these dresses usually go for on the sales comm? I won't be seriously buying for a few weeks so it probably wouldn't be a good idea to make a WTB post just yet haha

I'm looking for Angelic Pretty:

Dream Sky OP in black

Fantastic Dolly OP or (high waist)JSK in red or black

Thanks in advance!

USER POLL: Posts Without Cuts Part 2

The final numbers on our poll about what to do with posts without LJ-cuts were a bit too close to make a decision, so in the interest of fairness we've made a second poll minus the option that got the least votes. Head on over to the sales community to put in your vote one more time and help with the decision on what to do with uncut sales posts!

Please note that comments are disabled on this post, so if you have anything to say about the poll, please do so on the poll page over on the sales community :)

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Hi! This might be a stupid question, but I'm confused as to what I should do in this situation.

The other day I met up with and directly bought a second-hand headbow from a seller, who said it was from Baby The Stars Shine Bright. I handed over $25, thinking it is a good deal since brand-new BABY bows cost about $40 ...but then, I later looked at the label and discovered it was actually from Bodyline! A quick search showed me that the same bow was sold a few years back for about $6. (the red version's still available, from what I saw on Rakuten)

Though the bow itself is decent and it's my fault for not checking on the spot, I still kind of feel like I got ripped off. What should I do? It might just be that the seller misread the half-concealed label and didn't intend to "scam"... (after all, the curly B is the only bit on the label that's clearly readable without half-pulling-the-bow-apart) 

Thanks in advance~