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Lilly G.

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33 Reviews by Lilly

Verified site experience

I ordered this blanket, said it was shipping then received an email saying they didn't have it anymore, but I just ordered it again. So what is going on? Is this deceptive advertising and I need to make a Better Business bureau complaint? Never experienced anything like this with a merchant.!

Reason I chose this business:

I ordered this blanket in this color way. Told it was shipping. Them received a notice saying they didn't have it but was able to order it again. Clearly, they are disorganized.

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Verified site experience

Great selection, and the way one can just click shop for cotton and style etc. A very well designed site... in fact one of the best I have been on in years. Clear every great navigation. Truly a delight. The only two things I would add to the screening out catagories would be to put in search for bras "without lace" and search for bras "without metal." I have an extreme nickel allergy so can't have metal next to my skin without redness, itching and irritation, have always dreamed that I didn't have to wade through lots of lacy bras that I find scratchy, or panties. I also dislike scratchy stiff firm waist bands that's something else I would like to screen out of my searches as I only shop for undies w/o annoying scratchy
waist bands. I would have also have liked to see more all cotton plus size bikini panties and bras. Plus sizes women generally want 100% cotton as they sweat more and have issue with yeast, so seeing more 100% cotton plus size undies and bras would be great, if any other lines have size equity in colors like white, cream, pink, tan and nude. I found the size charts confusing as I don't always know my size and weight. I prefer size charts that are just 0- 4X as I almost always know my size or close to it. Clearer pictures of fabrics would also improve shopping as many of the pictures are blurry so so micro shots od the fibers would be good. But really well structured selection and website. I would rate it an A++. Incredibly impressed at how quickly I could get what I wanted to do, done.


It's about time that a company brought size equity and style together. Hurray for JCrew for forming this company. The colors ways are glorious and styles fantastic. I love that one can see how the garments will look on different body types. Their exchange/return policy is great. My only peeves are that dislike about their clothing, is that I wish they had more 100% cotton clothing items, and that the cuts across one's back and upper arms are too tight at least for me. It's as if they were being cut for tiny women. I love soft, breathable, all cotton garments and don't like anything overly clingy. I don't know why all larger clothing lines seem to think larger women want to wear garments with lots of lycra, or poly blends, or want tees that cling. The styling is tip top, I just wish they would ditch the dependence on poly and lycra and depend on my breathable fabric choices like soft jersey. All of their styles are incredibly flattering, and slimming.


I find any genealogy site where one can't remove information troubling. As lovely as it is to think of one large world wide tree, many would view it as a dangerous invasion of privacy, that might be making someone vulnerable. In an age where none of us have enough privacy, I find this site, Find A Grave and Family Search's tree function alarming.


Leaving negative Feedback is worthless on the site, as Ebay just allows seller with countless complaints against them to set up new accounts, and and allowed to be unaccountable. If feedback is worthless why bother shopping on Ebay. One can't steer away from for the few dishonest sellers on the site. Feedback on the site used to count for something an actually be a guarantee that one was dealing with a honest seller. Buyer protection and the Ebay Money Back Guarantee don't appear to be upheld. I will be shopping at Etsy in the future where Feedback counts for something.


Keds are as good as they always have been. They hold up well and are light and comfortable. Love them. They do seem to sell out really quickly, far too early in the season.


South Moon has the cutest clothing! I love the sweatshirts and shoes. The prices are expensive though for trend clothes.


We bought Dockers for my father and he loved them. My husband also wore them for a period but the styling didn't seem to keep pace with the time so he no longer wears them, but they wear well and are affordable.


Hanna Andersson clothing may be outrageously priced but it NEVER wears out. The dresses, skirts, pj's, snow clothing and hats looked almost un worn, long after they had many uses and a gazillion washes. Their cotton tights were the only ones my incredibly texture fussy kid would wear without complaint. The leggins held up better than any other retailer. My daughter always descibed the snow suits as warm and light. So I would highly recommend their clothing, if you can afford the price point, and certainly if you plan on passing items down to the younger children in your family.


Every child in my family was raised wearing Striderite shoes. I happily followed suit, and was equally pleased. I was actually sad when my daughter sized out of them. They always wore well.


Timex watches are great, although there has been a slight dip in quality the last decade or so. Prior to that I would get years and years out of them and the band quality is also not as good as it was. But for the price point, they are wonderful.


We have only shopped there once. The prices on suits were expensive for the quality of the fabrics. We also felt the sales people were like car salesmen, and would have perfered to be able to just shop, rather than have the sales person pouncing and trying to sell us items we were not interesting in looking at.


I have been displeased with the panties the last 6 years. Seems like they get more and more uncomfortable with elastic waist bands that are stiff and scratchy and am bummed that there are far less 100% cotton options than there used to be. O I have been buying more panties and bras from Gap. I wish they would bring back the former v- string with super soft or encased elastic, rather than what they are currently producing that feels like a luffa more than an actual waist band. I also wish there were more 100% cotton options. Another area of displeasure is the fact that they have gotten rid of the classic VS wide sweatshirt that I adored. Had I known they were going to phase out their lounge ware I would have bough enough of those to last me a life time. All my friends say the same things about the elastic and the fact that their panties are more like the Loved Ones now and less like under ware and bras you want to wear every day.


We've only had one experience with Teva and a pair of open cut sneakers, the kind one can wear on both land and in water with the heavy rounded rubber bumper in front. After wearing them once on an outing the stitching frayed consistently and they looked like the stitching was furry as it had split. I have never seen anything like it. After it happened I immediately contacted the customer service department and they refused to take them back as it was 4 or 5 days past the return period (I had shopped early for the season). I was so displeased by the companies response to the fraying of the stitching on light use that I have never bought another product from them. I avoid shopping with companies that don't stand behind their products. There is obviously something wrong when your child wears a pair of shoes and they are covered in frayed stitching and I felt the company should have issued sent out a replacement and an apology.


Adore the store, but the online experience is a drag as one can't use Merchandise Credit. It's yet another vendor where everything in a larger size is predictably sold out, yet they have a million size 00 and 2's in stock, and where colors like white, black, grey, navy, maroon, forest green are sold out, but they have plenty of the hot pink, acid green, yellow, pale pink and blaring turquoise. Perhaps, the buyers should note what's selling out immediately and what's landing in the sale section, and the sizes they never seem to have in stock a minute after they hit the site/store.


I adore shopping at Target when visiting their stores. But my online experience is almost always, not great. Things load slowly, everything is sold out, or only available in store. I wish they would get the "only available in store" and "no longer available" items off the website, or give them their own section on the site, as they're a distraction and make slogging through a shopping experience frustrating. The site also seem to always have hiccups, password difficulty and crashed at least once when I am shopping. So I would give my in store experiences an A+ and my online experiences a D. I dread going over to the website to order things. Sometimes orders have not been screened well before shipping them out and the clothing items smell like they have been worn. The bathing suit collection is often too trashy, wish they would work on that. But the clothing from other departments and selection is great. I love the accessories department, particularly the jewelry and handbags.


We often order via Amazon, it's quick, easy and they always have anything we want. S We recently started streaming some of their web series like Catastrophe and I Love $#*!. I can't wait for their new seasons to start. Both are thoroughly entertaining and hilarious, and beat with HBO and Showtime have been showing as of late, other than Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies and The Night Of. The movies choices are also great. So I've been quite pleased with Amazon.


Deplorable customer service! I have had a SC issue for nearly two weeks, I have yet to hear back from a CS rep. Instead the keep sending canned email responses to rate their customer service. So frustrated I want to throw up my hands.


Walk on by just horrible I sent in a *brand new un worn* pair of $48 Black Kamik boots straight from Zappos in box (that we forgot to return, same ones being sold at Zappos but mine were a sold out color) and a *never worn* still being sold on line by Vans in the same colorway pair of $45 dollar sneakers, a vintage collectable 70's Laura Ashley (Wales) blouse that I'd miscalculated the UK size conversion. So was buying ahead for my daughter but a bit too small, so she worn it once for an hour ( mind you big bidding war on Ebay to get it) and 20 people watching the item. I stupidly made the mistake of not choosing Thredup's return option. They did not accept the blouse (not sure why as it was w/o any flaws and it had sold for double it's list price and had they checked ebay could have seen what it had just been sold for. The boots and sneakers were tried on by my daughter for 5 minutes on a rug, boxes in pristine condition. For all three items what we received was $9. Truly a rip off and pretty unconscionable, thought it sounded too good to be true, it is. I would recommend NEVER putting anything on consignment with them, ever. The only reason I chose the don't return option, was that both the boots and sneakers were brand spanking new, and the blouse is totally hot at the moment so was convinced they would take them. I thought consigning with Thredup.com would be easier than making a trip to my local consignment store. Boy was I wrong. The luxury consignment store down the street that I have a great relationship with always takes almost everything I bring in, sells 95% of what I consign at a few notches off full purchase to half price, and a few times actually about what I have paid for it if it's Boden, Tea Collection etc. So this was a shocking experience. One thing I am not quite sure about is that many of the items they have for sale sometimes look tired. And mine were brand spanking new, both the Vans and boots were still being sold by Vans and Zappos. My husband's theory is that someone at the company on the intake end, probably wanted a deal and certainly got one. My husband's quip was: "You should be shopping there, instead of consigning there."


I love Family Search and have found so many things on it. The staff are always incredibly sweet and really try to help. It's amazing that it is a free resource to us all and I will always be graretful that it exists.

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