SheIn - Fashion Accessibility

 
Top:  SheIn

Top: SheIn

Dress:  SheIn

Dress: SheIn

Top:  SheIn

Top: SheIn

I like to mix and match outfits with both high-end and affordable pieces - it makes my outfits a toss-up and a lot of fun to put together. My current go-to for affordable pieces is SheIn, an online retailer that has a bottomless inventory of trendy heaven. Fashion should be accessible to everyone and SheIn has an incredible assortment. I'm amazed by how many styles they are able to cater to. Not only do they have elevated ruffle tops and dresses that you all know I love, they also have yeezy-esque pieces to diversify your closet.

In this post, I want to share with you all my shopping experience given that there are mixed/negative reviews about the site.

(Note: The opinions expressed in this post are my own and is not sponsored by SheIn.)

Shopping Experience: 

1. Sizing: This is sometimes tricky when ordering from SheIn, but for the most part, I have had good experiences with sizing. I typically will only stick to looser fitting tops and dresses, but even the more fitted items typically run true to size. I would definitely read some of the reviews to glean information as well.

2. Shipping Lag: Since SheIn ships as clothes become available, shipping can sometimes take up to 3 weeks. In the past, I've waited anywhere between 1-3 weeks for my SheIn haul to arrive. My suggestion would be to not order anything from SheIn if needed immediately. However, rest assured, my packages have never been lost before. 

3. Returns Timing: For the most part, I've never felt the need to return the items I've ordered from SheIn. However, when I did return SheIn pieces, it usually took longer than average. Additionally, you have the option of purchasing the return premium at the time of purchase for a free first return. Afterwards (or if you didn't purchase the premium), you'd have to pay a $5.99 handling fee. Given the affordable prices, I usually didn't think it made sense to return the items.

I hope this post is helpful for your future shopping sprees! 

Sincerely,

Sarah

 

Pink Ruffle Top + Shop J&G

 
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Top:  SheIn  | Bag:  Shop J&G  | White Jeans:  H&M

Top: SheIn | Bag: Shop J&G | White Jeans: H&M

One of my favorite spring pink off the shoulder ruffle tops is less than $20! The ruffles on this top are a little bit bigger than most of the other ruffles I own and it's great for a more dramatic effect without being too overwhelming. Of course, the pastel pink color was just begging to be the newest addition to my closet!

The bag is from Shop J&G and it's the Stone Theresa Satchel, which complements almost any outfit. The soft neutral is a shade darker than the typical neutrals you see so it stands out. The Theresa Satchel is one of those amazing bags that secretly has PLENTY of space to store everything without looking like a GIANT tote. Use code SINCERELYSARAH to get 15% off your order!

Happy Easter dolls!

Sincerely,

Sarah

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Trend Alert: Big Belts

 
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Remember 10 years ago when belts were all the rage? I remember wearing them paired with dresses, oversized t-shirts, with skirts, with pants, you name it. Well, TREND ALERT: they're back!

I paired this stretchy belt with a light camel coat. The weather is still pretty chilly in NYC so a coat is necessary, but the belt is a flirty way of dressing it up. It quite literally cinches my outfit here. I'm excited that belts are here to stay and I'm sure I'll be pairing it with more spring items soon!

Sincerely,

Sarah

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