Is Fake or Real?

Author: Adam Collins

February 16, 2024

Is legit or scam? This has been a common question among online shoppers and bargain hunters. They offer a lot of fashion products like dresses, pants and jumpsuits. However, is legit or fake? Let’s find out, shall we?

Big Sales and Huge Discounts

One of the first things I noticed on is the huge discounts and crazy sales. On what they termed Spring Sale, I noticed that most of their products were on offer. While having sales offers is a common phenomenon for most businesses for some products, when it is almost all their products, it raises eyebrows.

On top of that, they also offer huge discounts the more items you purchase. For instance, buying 5 items will get you 30% off. This has become a common move by most dubious websites to get unsuspecting customers to spend more.’s Complex Return Policy

If you get a defective, damaged, wrong item, be sure to get stuck with it. claims that customers must pay for damaged products to them. This complex return policy is meant to scare customers and force them to stay with unwanted products.

Again, this is common with dubious websites and we have covered some like and extensively in the past. Sometimes, the cost of returning the items is greater than the buying price.

What the Customers Say About

When I checked for customer feedback, I was stunned to see limited but negative reviews. On ScamAdviser, one customer notes, “.....They post photo-shopped photos of gorgeous clothes or other desirable items offered at a dirt cheap price to lure you in, then they send you some cheap knock-off piece of garbage that often doesn't even resemble what you thought you ordered. When you try to return it for a refund, they make it so expensive to do so that you are forced to accept their offer of a 15% refund and let you deal with disposing of their garbage. It's a perfect scam for them….”

For a company that claims to have been started in 2020, I struggled to get a lot of customer feedback. Both Trustpilot and ScamAdviser had one customer review each which does not boost customer confidence. 

The Lack of Social Media Presence

On, I could not find any social media buttons which is uncommon for an online store. In this digital era, businesses leverage social media to get more customers. Though the lack of social media presence does not necessarily mean a scam, it leaves a lot to be desired. 

Bottom Line: is a Scam?

Overall, there a several red flags that suggest may be a scam. The huge discounts and sales offer sound too good to be true. Customers are expected to cater for return shipping costs which is harsh and sometimes more expensive than the actual cost of buying the products. The customer feedback, though limited is quite critical of with some suggesting it might be a scam. 

In general, exercise caution when shopping at There are more reputable online fashion shopping sites out there. 

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