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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

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Pussycat Catnap

What Bare Rose realizes that many more pricey places fail to grasp is that you can sell 10 items for $150L faster than you can sell 1 item for 300L.

Good quality at a low price means everyone becomes an impulse buyer.

Vaki

YES THAT. Bare Rose's items are reasonably priced and beautifully made. I get more wear out of my [email protected] suits than many other suits I paid a lot more for. I love, love, love [email protected]

Deoridhe

Bare Rose does the best mini-hunts, too. Always for a single outfit in pieces (male and female versions) with a cute storyline, usually something along the lines of "love will help you save the world", relatively easy finds so you're not spending an hour looking for the next step, and very photographic sets for the story. I often end up doing photoshoots through the "plot" of the hunt simply as a matter of course.

Sjöfn Stoneshield

I this outfit is an example of making woman look childish and foolish.
Lolita fashion does not belong in a equal world

Iris Ophelia

@Sjöfn Uh, the ao dai has nothing to do with lolita. It's a traditional Vietnamese costume for women, a bit like the kimono is to Japan, or the cheongsam to China. You can read more about ao dai here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ao_dai

If your complaint is not with the ao dai and more with how I personally styled it then I'd like to point out that judging other peoples' tastes based solely on your own also doesn't belong in an equal world.

Hitomi Tiponi

I have to limit my visits to [email protected] - simply so I get enough time to get some wear out of my last purchases first!

Sonney

Now someone needs to tell June about standard-sizing cuz her mesh is only available in something like XL. But then her no-copy-only approach wouldn't work anymore. Right now she is in need to rethink her business-model else the brand will become a victim of the mesh-revolution.

Iris Ophelia

I suspect June is at a point with her brand that as long as she keeps producing new content she'll do fine, especially with the mesh deformer just around the corner.

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