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Feb 1, 2012
Feb 1, 2012
So disappointed with the quality
I am 22 years old and have been a VS customer for several years. I tend to try for a more casual but classy attire. I went into Victoria's Secret yesterday just to browse and maybe try things on. I've been wanting to replace my old VS Pink sweatshirt that I've loved for a few years but haven't found anything nearly as good quality from them since, yet their new ones are the same price or more expensive. I also looked at their new Pink panties and found the material to be Exceedingly cheap and even rough. I saw a piece of lingerie that looked like it came from Party City around Halloween. So tacky. Also, the amount and invariability of their neon color selection is boring and doesn't look good on everyone. I used to Love neon colors, about 2-3 years ago when it was a fad then. They need more originality.
I went through the whole store to see if there was anything worth trying on. Unfortunately, they don't carry many bras in size 32A. And the ones they do have are so stacked with padding I didn't want to bother with trying them on. I'm fine not having a supermodel/pornstar rack, thank you very much. I like a bit of pushup, but not "pouring out on my desk" cleavage pushup. And from what I could tell of the other bras, even the 32 DD bras leave scarcely any room to be comfortably supported in the cups. I was so confused by this. There appears to be less than a handful of room in those bras. I didn't even want to bother with trying them on. It's kind of pathetic. Do they really think that all women have to have such MASSIVE pushup? and for those who are more flatchested, is it for some reason not socially acceptable to not be jacking up the cleavage? I'm disgusted. It's like their trying to teach young women the concept that guys won't notice you if you're not popping out of your shirt. My boyfriend already adores me and my figure. I don't need their crap façade. They should be catering to ALL women. You've lost my business, VS, till you up the classiness factor. I'm not buying this garbage.