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Spring is here and I’m still sick. There’s barely been a day in August where I haven’t been horribly ill. But I’m hoping that soon I will be mobile again and I’ll be able to dance around in the fresh air, enjoy all of the blooming flowers and bees and get back on track with blogging (there hasn’t been an outfit post in soo long!). In lieu of being able to enjoy spring here is a wishlist to get those witchy spring vibes going, kindly sponsored by Dresslink.

Stores like Dresslink, of which I mean generally Chinese wholesalers, are my secret love. They’re dirt cheap, often offer free shipping worldwide and make decent knockoffs of popular styles. All you need to know is where to look for the good quality pieces hiding among the bad. Check reviews, make sure to know the difference between a product picture taken from another website and their own pictures of the final product (when looking at Dresslink products scroll all the way to the bottom for their product pictures), triple check sizing and if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.

Not every one has positive thoughts on Chinese wholesalers. But as Cher says in Clueless, who has been on repeat while I’ve been sick, “It’s a personal choice every girl has got to make for herself.” What do you think? Do you prefer ethical stores, or are you just over the mixed quality of wholesalers? I’d love to hear your opinion!

This wishlist includes a floral kimono, spaghetti strap dress, pleated skirt, “The Baddest Witch in Town” tee, “Creep” tee, distressed denim shorts, “La Lune Le Soleil” muscle tee and tassel crop top all from Dresslink.



  1. September 1, 2015 / 5:37 pm

    I have no problem buying from wholesalers in general, especially for clothes. My issue comes when they claim that they're selling high quality, handmade goods and get onto sites like Etsy. I don't sell clothes, but they definitely encroach onto my category, too. They're impossible for a solo artist to compete with directly and they also mess with people's expectations as far as pricing.

  2. September 2, 2015 / 1:52 am

    I am happy to buy from wholesalers if I can find things I like I am just sooooo picky! Sigh!

  3. September 2, 2015 / 8:58 am

    I can't agree more on the chinese wholesaler. I absolutely love dresslink, because they are so cheap! It's amazing! 🙂 It's so true you need to check the reviews, and especially the material it's made off (I always try to avoid chiffon in t-shirts, for example) Nice post! And I love your wishlist!
    x Dawn // wickedly-pleasant.blogspot.com

  4. September 3, 2015 / 2:42 am

    I generally like my clothing sweatshop-free. There's a reason why it's so cheap, and that's because they pay their workers , some of whom are children, next to nothing.

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