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Postby White_Belle » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 12:38 pm

k o k o wrote:Hi White_belle,

Yup... they have new dresses now. My friends and I are deciding which ones to buy. Hee Hee!

So have you asked them about your doubts?


Koko, i've cleared my doubts. But think back again, i am kind of nuisance. I've sent out quite a numbers of queries. :P

Despite feeling irritated, the ladyboss was really helpful & nice. I've gathered 6 friends including me (each of us is only getting 1 or 2 pieces 1st, to see will it fit on us perfectly) to place the order.
Our order exceed 5 pieces, which means we're entitled to 10% discount! Hooray.. Really an afforadable price for dresses!

Thanks so much for sharing such a good online shopping site. Happy shopping to you & your friends!!!

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Postby k o k o » Fri, 21 Jul 2006 9:07 pm

White_belle,

Good idea of yours to combine the order with your friends. Perhaps I shall suggest that to my friends too. Hiak hiak...

Yup the ladyboss quite nice. So far if my friends and I have any query, we just ask her and she's quite fast to reply.

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Postby magrit » Sun, 23 Jul 2006 5:14 pm

hi to all the girls out there! i chanced upon this thread n i m quite surprised tat none of u know abt this shop called "the style, seoul".... all their clothings are directly imported from korea! yup! 100% true korean clothes and manufactured. so of cuz u can trust the quality of it! i go to one of their shops @ raffles xchange quite often n the staff there are really nice! u girls should go have a look sometimes.... u will fall in love with it! n plus! guess wat? the boss of the shop is a korean lady! so wat more u can ask for rite? haha....

anyway i bought a few pieces there and is truly happy with them cuz of e quality n style tat goes w it.... they have new arrivals quite frequent too...

oh, and as for the chaezmoru rite, i agree tat they have nice dresses but i guess they are not from korea cuz if so it wouldn't be so cheap.... so dun get fooled cuz most likely they will be made in china and the design is just copied from those jap n korea mag!

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Postby magrit » Sun, 23 Jul 2006 5:18 pm

ceres wrote:Penisula Level 2ot a shop name evidence.

Anywhere else got a shop totally sell Korean clothing?


hi ceres, try "the style, seoul".... they have outlets @ raffles xchange, international plaza and habourfront....

i will go check out the shop called "evidence" too!

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Postby Chae » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:35 am

Hi Magrit,

May I know how much do they charge for a dress in average? Is there any discount?

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Postby lolitaa » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 5:26 pm

I realised that they do sell korean dresses in yahoo auction. Same item from different seller, it's hard to know which is original cause seller "A" sells it in different sizes while seller "B" sells it and claim that it is free size. This is so confusing.

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Postby magrit » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 5:59 pm

Chae wrote:Hi Magrit,

May I know how much do they charge for a dress in average? Is there any discount?


hi Chae... hmmm... i m not very sure abt tat but i bought one for close to 200.... its cool! never regretted buying from them since then... its e quality in it tat i trust n also u can be sure its 100% imported from korea!!! hmmm.... their discount only applies for vip customers... but right now they have some items on sale!

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Postby k o k o » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 8:48 pm

magrit wrote:
Chae wrote:Hi Magrit,

May I know how much do they charge for a dress in average? Is there any discount?


hi Chae... hmmm... i m not very sure abt tat but i bought one for close to 200.... its cool! never regretted buying from them since then... its e quality in it tat i trust n also u can be sure its 100% imported from korea!!! hmmm.... their discount only applies for vip customers... but right now they have some items on sale!


Hi Magrit, wow... you really bear to spend $200 for a dress that is imported directly from Korea?? Actually though the dresses which I bought from chaezmoru may not be from Korea but the materials are not bad too, if not I won't keep buying from them. Compare $30+ and $200, wow..... Hee! I rather buy the cheaper one plus there is discount too. :)

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Postby magrit » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:07 pm

k o k o wrote:
magrit wrote:
Chae wrote:Hi Magrit,

May I know how much do they charge for a dress in average? Is there any discount?


hi Chae... hmmm... i m not very sure abt tat but i bought one for close to 200.... its cool! never regretted buying from them since then... its e quality in it tat i trust n also u can be sure its 100% imported from korea!!! hmmm.... their discount only applies for vip customers... but right now they have some items on sale!


Hi Magrit, wow... you really bear to spend $200 for a dress that is imported directly from Korea?? Actually though the dresses which I bought from chaezmoru may not be from Korea but the materials are not bad too, if not I won't keep buying from them. Compare $30+ and $200, wow..... Hee! I rather buy the cheaper one plus there is discount too. :)


hi there koko.... yes i know.... it may seems a bit more expensive at first but then if u tink in e long run.... a good quality clothing can last u for a really long time just like real leather shoes....

the quality from tat website can seem pretty okie at first but trust me.... a few more months down e road if u wear and wash it frequently... e colour will start fading n e material starts to show problems.... and plus if they can sell it @ 30+, just imagine e cost of tat product..... so wat will u tink of e quality, the workmanship then? but e korea one is truly manafuctured n produced in korea so u can lay ur full trust on it.... u wont be spending "yuan wang qian"

so sometimes its more worthwhile to get a really good dress with classic style tat wont go out of fashion.... i myself also buy alot of those 30+ items as it is more affordable (so no offence to e public okie, not a snob here... heehee...) but i will want some clothes with more value to it lor.... like in e long run n then also u hardly risk bumping into another person who wears e same clothing as u! :P but of cuz, its all up to individual.... but u should visit e shop sometimes.... u will fall in love with it... :)

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Postby Hizou » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:27 pm

I'd rather order myself from Taiwan's auction than to buy from the blogs :roll: One of them jacked up the price so much...~ :P
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Postby White_Belle » Wed, 26 Jul 2006 3:02 pm

True! I agreed with Hizou that some prices quoted too high.. Before u do an online purchasing, try to source out from other webbies. U may be surprised to find the same design with lower cost.

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Postby k o k o » Wed, 26 Jul 2006 4:49 pm

I went to check out with one seller at Taiwan auction. There are some clothings I like but was later told that I have to bear the shipping cost and it's not cheap. :( Somemore to pay them is sooo troublesome, have to transfer fund to them by TT or pay concealed cash by normal post to them (so risky!) Grr... they don't accept paypal nor credit card (anyway by card also not safe). Gosh..... just want to buy something cheap but very troublesome leh. I have calculated, it's only few dollars cheaper than buy from our local sellers. :???:

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Postby White_Belle » Thu, 27 Jul 2006 9:15 am

Oh ya it would be too risky.. It may be a fraud, so better play safe.. Since its only slightly cheaper, don't bother to buy from the net.

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Postby Hizou » Thu, 27 Jul 2006 4:50 pm

k o k o wrote:I went to check out with one seller at Taiwan auction. There are some clothings I like but was later told that I have to bear the shipping cost and it's not cheap. :( Somemore to pay them is sooo troublesome, have to transfer fund to them by TT or pay concealed cash by normal post to them (so risky!) Grr... they don't accept paypal nor credit card (anyway by card also not safe). Gosh..... just want to buy something cheap but very troublesome leh. I have calculated, it's only few dollars cheaper than buy from our local sellers. :???:


It really depends on which site you're ordering from and you can actually bargain xD So far I haven't been scammed before and you can always check the reputation of the seller. I've bought alot of winter-wears from Taiwan Auction, they look great and are really cheap compared to those available in Singapore. Postage isn't that expensive, just get some friends to share =)

By the way, does anyone know if there's a service like vPOST USA for Taiwan? There are some sellers who insist on not sending oversea but I want the clothes so badly >.< Really nice~
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Postby k o k o » Fri, 28 Jul 2006 8:57 am

Hi Hizou,

I went to check out with our local banks regarding the cost for tranferring funds to overseas, they call it TT. Wow.... to do a TT is not cheap AT ALL.... there are 3 charges, so end up the things I want to buy cost much higher than the original price. I think I'll just forget about buying from Taiwan auction la, though they do have nice things too. I guess not all of them have easy payment method. I've heard some can pay by credit card but I personally feel it's not safe as have heard of many fraud cases that happened. S c a r e d . . . :o


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