Sponsor Review: Shabby Apple
Nov 5, 2011
Unless you've been living under a very unfashionable rock, you've heard of the hotness that is Shabby Apple. Their mission is simple: to make women feel feminine and beautiful for what they wear, not what they bare. I dig.
They recently asked me if I'd like to review their canvas-bow skirt. Being a skirt-lovin' gal, how could I say no? So with great anticipation I awaited its arrival in the mail. When it came, I do believe I opened it right there in front of the neighborhood mailbox, I was so excited!
And then, huge bummer. It didn't fit. Not even close! When they say their sizes "run generous" they are not making it up. But the return process couldn't have been easier, I simply printed off a return form from their website, dropped it in the mail and awaited my new, better-fitting skirt!
And then, another bummer. I got an email from Shabby Apple headquarters informing me that sadly, they were out of the color I wanted. (I was trying to be brave and step outside my box of blacks and grays, and the skirt I had chose was navy. Crazy risk-taker, that's me.) Well, they were fresh out of navy in the smaller size. Would I be happy with black instead? You know it.
It arrived quickly, fit great, and the whole ordeal really wasn't a hassle at all. And I wore it to church and got about 1,500 compliments. That might be a slight exaggeration, but that's what it felt like; people loved it! I love it too!
Here's some more Shabby Apple goodness that I wouldn't mind finding under my tree this year.
Cute baby stuff too!
And maternity, and accessories, and more!
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