Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Categories: Asia | Fashion | Positive

Online stores with Chinese fakes of famous brands' outfits have gained notoriety thanks to social networks and the spread of complaints from unhappy customers who burned themselves on careless purchases. 

"Don't believe your eyes," says folk wisdom, and this is the case when it's worth listening. When you buy something on the Internet, as a rule, you do not have the opportunity to check the quality of the goods, and this is readily used by all kinds of scammers and dealers. As a result, desperate shopaholics get the wrong thing, the wrong fabric and the wrong size.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Lemon and mustard are two different colors, but whoever produced this raincoat does not know about it.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Princess Leia and her oversized halabuda dress.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Chic, glitter and glamour. It resembles the windings of a homeless person.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Sexy jumpsuit. Where to in this now?

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

The same, but without pearl buttons.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Only the most attentive will notice the difference.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

With a slight movement, the dress turns into an elegant jacket.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

I wanted a light parka, I got a bag of an unknown substance.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Well, it's almost the same thing that you find fault!

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

How to walk in this is unclear.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

It was a skirt, but it only fit on my head.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

The bear was not fed in China.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

This terrible crocodile Gena costume on the right only vaguely resembles the promised dress.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

They really tried.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Never buy anything from unknown stores. So you can ruin your graduation, a trip to a friend's wedding or some other important event.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Something went wrong at the cutting stage.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

It is necessary to be able not to get into either color, length, or style.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

It seems this dress is disintegrating.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

The coat won't be enough.

Chinese fakes from online stores bring girls to tears

Full a la mod!

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