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She-In Clothing Haul + Review Spring 2016
Yes I am affiliated with this company but I reached out to them. I saw a YouTuber wearing a cute top so I clicked on their link and that is when I discovered SHEIN. Practically every outfit I have loved and saved on Pinterest is from SHEIN! Everything is so incredibly inexpensive that I just had to order a few tops. But because it was my first order and the items were very cheap I wanted to only order a few things to see if the quality and fit would be like. I loved every single piece I ordered!
It’s not the best quality in the fashion world, it is what it is…but when you don’t have very much to spend let me tell you this website is a dream come true. I will continue to order from this website and it gives me hope that I don’t have to constantly hang on to old things for years because I can replace my wardrobe seasonally and with a small budget.
I would never suggest a site that I didn’t feel you guys would not like but everyone does have a different style and different taste so order at your own risk. I am not a designer label kind of girl so to me these items are great. But if you are used to designer items I’m honestly not sure how you would feel but the items are cute, affordable and who doesn’t love that? Also I am not an affiliate pro, I did not take a class, She In does NOT tell me what to say. These are MY opinions on the specific tops I ordered and how the order process went for me.
If you love the tops I purchased here at the links to every single one of them!
Floral Baseball Tee
Black/White Stripped Peplum Top
Gray Lace Short Sleeved Top
Navy/White striped short sleeve top
Blue/White Vertical Striped Top
You also get 40% off your first order AND free US shipping orders over $29.9! HELLO PEOPLE I’ll take it. CODE: SHE40
Or use code HUGE40 for 40% off from $55.00
AND you can go through EBATES TOO!! She-In is listed @ Ebates and is currently at 6% CASH BACK!!
And yes I went through my ebates account to order – I got $3.12 back and hey it all adds up!!!
I am not affiliated with Ebates all though I wish.
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