Hello! My name is Kim! I am a university recruiter for a giant tech confirm. I started out as a software engineer, having earned computer engineering and electrical engineering degrees from the University of Washington. I love my company and what I do. I also have a huge love for style, fashion, travel and photography.
Brandy is more about selling a lifestyle than really selling a style. They basically specialize in basics but I think they've done a great job with branding. Their clothing is overpriced but again, you're really shopping here for the image. The one size clothing is quite alienating.
UO is a fast fashion chain for hipsters, but they don't have the fast fashion prices. This fall in lines with their sister stores, Free People and Anthropologie. It's fun when their sale goes 50%, but not worth going in if that's not happening.
Not gonna lie, can't get over the fact that a rando is peddling their wares on ebay. I get that this is the entire concept of their site but have never been able to bring myself to purchase something because of that.
FIVE STARS ALL AROUND, Y'ALL. Gotta love that Love 21 brand, they've really stepped up their quality game with that line. They always strive to keep up with trends and you just can't beat the price. They're adding new features and items almost on the daily and I never get bored visiting their site online.
I really do love modcloth, but I need to ding them for having a no return policy on sale items. The quality of their clothing is not consistent and it's disappointing to receive an item that turns out to be poor and not being able to return it.
Free People designs gorgeous bohemian clothing but their price point is absolutely absurd for what they are selling. Although some items are beautiful, a lot of their stuff I consider "homeless chic". I don't mean this necessarily in a bad way but I'd rather hit up goodwill than pay $75 for a ripped t shirt.