One of the reasons I decided to blog is to have a lookbook for all my OOTDs, which are all Plains & Prints for the past 5 years.
If you check #MissInformationFashion, you’ll see 80% of my clothes are from Plains & Prints that actually made people think that I was sponsored or a franchisee
2 years ago.. the will of the wind changed and I finally quit the #PlainsAndPrintsAddiction.
Good thing my eyes were opened and I saw the reality that Plains & Prints does not deserve my loyalty and passion for the brand.
Also, I am grateful to have the chance to lose some weight and so I discovered better brands. Yes you won’t have a personal relationship with their staff but no you won’t have problems with their service/quality either.
I learned to be playful, adventurous and risky with my style. My fashion statement is.. as long as I’m comfortable and confident.. I am in! I know you’ll agree with me that I actually looked more confident when I stepped out of the Plains & Prints’ shadow.
The friction started when they had bad quality of clothes and I had to write an email about the numerous defective clothes I bought from them. Then their manager invited us to this event..
THE REST IS HISTORY… YOU BETTER WATCH IT OR YOU’LL MISS THE CHIKA MINUTE! 😉
Kidding aside, I just have to let it go. I’m the type of person who hates being silent when there’s injustice or irregularity – I always want to speak up! I waited for 2 years without buying ANYTHING from the brand before I have the guts to finally say, “My addiction is gone and I’m so done!”
I am not encouraging you to boycott Plains & Prints. I am not saying that you should hate the brand. My experience is personal and it doesn’t define who they are as a whole. If they happen to be nice to you, good for you! Stick with them. You are the lucky one! But if you happen to experience the kind of crap I experienced from them (even if it’s from another brand) this is the sign you’ve been waiting for, your money deserves to be spent elsewhere darlin! Leave. That. Brand! 😉