Recently I’ve had the privilege to try out some of the clothes from Zaful, an online retailer that provides unique clothing at an affordable price. With many sites like this, the descriptions are misleading, the shipping time is long, and the sizing is unusual. Zaful had none of these flaws. I received my package in less than a week and everything was as described online. They also carry a range of sizes as opposed to the typical “one size fits all” of discount retailers.
This dress came in at only $10 and is extremely versatile. I wore it with this necklace to the office but a leather jacket and a pair of booties can easily take it out after work. The material is thin so I recommend wearing with a slip to avoid panty lines.
One of my favorite pieces of the parcel Zaful sent me was this Renaissance-painting style skirt. As an art reporter, I love when I can express my passions sartorially. This piece was very sturdy, and surprisingly well made for the price. The pattern is on both the front and back.
Chiffon shirts are one of my lazy-day go tos. If I’m running errands or hanging around my apartment, I’ll throw on leggings and a tie-neck top. That way I’m comfortable but can still go out at a moment’s notice knowing that I look cute. This pajama-style shirt is immaculately constructed. I like mine a little oversized so I went with the medium, which fits perfectly.
I’m all about dainty jewelry right now, so this marble-and-black bracelet was a must. It’s a little big for tiny wrists but looks extremely sophisticated for the $1 price tag. As costume jewelry goes, I’m impressed with Zaful’s quality.
Please note: I was gifted clothing and accessories by Zaful, however, all opinions are my own.