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ASOS: huge choice, decent quality and the prices are ok(you can get a lot of great stuff on sale period).
I made a big yesstyle haul 2 years ago and it's very hit and miss and never looks as good as on the promo pics, so I won't recommend shopping there.
These are my go to sites. I know a lot of anons here are having trouble finding smaller clothes since size S has become bigger so I want to say that Mango carries size XXS! It can be on the pricier side, but the designs and quality are wonderful. I recommend everyone to check it out. Brandy Melville is ok but great if you need some basic necessities. >>135994
I love ASOS! Very convenient and that's where I discovered my favorite pair of shoes of all time.
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Tall people above 5'10", where do you get your clothes? I dress kind of like pic related but slightly less street and more classy. I tend to like stuff on Asian sites but I'm always worried about both the quality and the fact that Asian clothes are usually made for midgets.
Does anyone have any experience with Sammydress? I like their clothes and discounts but customer images are usually a hit or miss because the girls are either short, overweight, or idiots (angled face selfies to show off a jacket).
5'8" here so I understand your struggle to a lesser extent, I tend to modify skirts if they come and are too short. Buying solid colours means you can add a section of the same colour or lace around the bottom(or top) for pretty cheap, although this obviously makes the skirt look very different.>>135997
Supre and Ice Design both stock size 6, Cotton On and H&M apparently have a size 4 but I've never seen them in store only online.
Yeah I have some sweater dresses from Amazon that are supposed to be about knee length and they're all butt length on me.>>136004
I've just been using tight dress-like clothes as shirts and wearing boots to compensate for the shortness of the legs. Skirts are still a pain but a couple times I've just trimmed down longer skirts.
Still find it amusing that runway models are tall and skinny, but most of the clothes found in stores aren't meant for tall and skinny people.>>136010>>136011
I made one little toungue-in-cheek statement that wasn't even the primary focus of my post. All of my shorter friends jokingly refer to themselves as midgets. I'm sorry if I offended people.
(And I'm not really insecure about my height, most of my shoes are heels, lol.)
it's okay anon, lolcow gets triggered
over everything nowadays
Asos's house brand is really nice. It's sometimes a little pricey compared to other high street shops, but if you're not one of the two or three smallest sizes then you can usually just wait until an item goes on sale. The smallest sizes sell out fast though so if you're tiny buy that shit fast. >>135996
The easiest way to buy from taobao is to use a shopping service. I know many here see cgl as a den of dumbass, but their taobao thread is a good place to go to get started.
There are also a few countries that allow you to forward items from taobao, saving you money on service fees. I'm in the us and I do this all the time. I only buy things that don't need any customization though. If you're worried about shopping from taobao use a shopping service. If you just want to get things as cheap as possible use the forwarding service.
That's exactly what I'm talking about. Buying "directly" from taobao goes through taobao's own forwarding service.
And yes, it is cheaper. Although some people run into problems (sellers not shopping things, etc) so many people still use an ss.
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I love threads like this! My personal tastes are pretty basic? I like simple, minimalist-y type stuff. I mostly buy from:>Uniqlo>COS>Acne Studios>Everlane>NeedSupplyCo>Net-A-Porter, almost exlcusively for sales>eBay, which is great for secondhand designer pieces>Muji
If anyone has any recommendations of clothing stores that kind of have the same general aesthetic as any of the ones I listed above, I would really, really appreciate it.
And here are a few blogs that I like:>http://tamirajarrel.com>http://www.parkandcube.com>https://intothegloss.com>http://www.eggcanvas.me/
I looooove uniqlo. Kudos on your fashion sense anon.
Hugo boss and all the other fancies are nice too but damn are they expensive. Uniqlo is very affordable