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24-02-2016 14:46 #21
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24-02-2016 14:56 #22
@Sonja you're right it must have been a promo last time I ordered. It was $15 shipping - I ordered quite a few things. I have previously used hopshop and go.
I have bought a pair of their pants but haven't worn them. I ordered them found out I was pregnant and have been so bloated they don't fit! They appear beautifully made though for the price and are a lovely light wool pant - great for the office. I haven't tried their silk shirts but have heard very good reviews. Their cashmere jumpers are also beautiful.
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24-02-2016 16:12 #23
24-02-2016 16:26 #24
I find target good. Thicker material than Kmart and last a while for me. Also Jeans West sell singlets, and I find them good too. Especially when they are having a sale.
24-02-2016 16:46 #25
I find Witchery or Seed Heritage for better quality basics.
24-02-2016 18:30 #26
I like Betty Basics. Mine have lasted really well and the long sleeve tops are super comfy.
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