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Different looks with The Pop Look

The Pop Look is possibly my favourite online store out there. I love it so much that at one time, I refused to tell people about it because I didn’t want to share my good find :P

They have all kinds of designs to cater to girls with different styles be it sophisticated, fun, casual, retro or cute but one thing that truly stands out when it comes to The Pop Look, is this – QUALITY. The worst thing about online shopping is excitedly ripping open the package to find the clothes having cheap fabric, poor stitching and terrible fitting. No such issues with The Pop Look.

# – The Pop Look.

As for the price? Truly affordable! In fact, in the beginning I was overwhelmed by the great quality of the clothes considering the price I paid was pretty average. On top of that, it’s FREE shipping within Peninsular Malaysia!

By the way, your purchase would arrive within a day via Pos Laju or Pos Express after payment is cleared unless you made transaction on the weekends.

Naturally, when I started raising funds for Goo Tyng Tong’s hospital bed, the first company that popped into my head was The Pop Look. By the end of the day after sending my first email to them, they have become my 1st corporate sponsor for the initiative. Thank you for your generosity J & M :)

The following pictures are of me wearing something from The Pop Look..

# – The toga dress.

# – The crossback Marilyn Monroe dress.

# – The strapless dress.

# – The mini maxi dress.

# – The halter-neck dress.

# – The sexyback cropped top.

# – The Marilyn Monroe dress with braided T-back.

# – And my favourite, the Grecian dress.

No, I didn’t strike the lottery and bought 8 outfits in a moment of insanity. I got just one….satu…uno.

Specifically, it’s the Eve Convertible Dress in Coral. Yes, the above looks were all achieved with just one dress! Pretty cool, eh?

Different looks with The Pop Look doesn’t get more literal than this ;)

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