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So we created a page explain secrets about amayup reviews and about us.
Amayup start-up against monopoly we want you to shop freely best price best service possible we don’t want to be a pushy seller.
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in Real-world Most reviews can buy, sell, sponsor, fake it and any platform.
after the internet age blast people’s life many of us no clue when they buying product so they believe other people’s opinion some people love some hate it .
We value people reviews but we belive must real purchase product also should not powered buy any parties so we took so much action on it in order to protect all our customers.
We check all reviews, we DO NOT hide them or delete them just checking to make sure no monkey business .
why ? last time when we buy something on amazon it was extremely garbage and so much 5 stars than we found seller out it all fake reviews We DO NOT want to be like amazon, we don’t mean amazon, not the good platform they are awesome but too much monkey business behind the scene that’s why we start Amayup.com
We are here to provide an excellent experience for our customers.
We don’t want pay reviews companies here is why please read below
Vino C. Gulsan Ceo/ Founder
- We can create a million fake reviews the same like on amazon in order to get your trust !!!
- Does it worth it, in the long run, we will lose you.
- You will never shop with us again one negative experience ruin all our hard work
- We don’t want that we don’t want to lose you
- We can grow only if you become a loyal customer
- We Love you, We respect you
- We will serve you in our best abilities
- We will never let you down
- No customer Left Behind
- in the United States of America
- We respect American People
- We are patriot
- Even I was a victim of racism many times still we love everyone
- After 10 years hard in Royal Caribbean/Celebrity Cruise racist way Got fired
- Never gave up
- If we get rich enough we will buy them out
- We are positive
Vino C. Gulsan
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So far we did not see any fake reviews about us on google but for sure will see it soon why why why cause after all they will call us tell we must advertised with collect more reviews.
We prefer to spend money on lower our price and provide better service
we focus on excellent customer experience so you can advertise for us
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Amayup scam? No, definitely we are not a scam.
Who said i said so 🙂
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Marc Zuckerberg, so far he was okay to us however, His team suspends and limited one of our accounts reason
We not really spending money on Facebook because we minimize the advertisement we focus on people.
As you can guess once we don’t advertise with Facebook amayup reviews might not be looking the best way supposed to be .
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Rather we do that we put all those kind expenses in a pool as soon we are we reached our target 10 million $ sales monthly.
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1. Angie’s List
Angie’s List started as a review site for local businesses. Basically, if someone needed a plumber, they could look there since other sites hadn’t started using local listings yet.
Today, every site on the Internet utilizes local listings. But Angie’s List has evolved and kept up with their competition by offering free memberships to businesses, plus two paid plans for more invested service.
The main appeal of Angie’s List is that they stick up for the consumer. In that regard, this review site has the odds stacked against you from the beginning.
But Angie’s List also acts as an intermediary between customers and businesses, specifically with conflict resolution. That means if you have a bad review, the site could wind up siding with you instead of an unfair customer.
All in all, the best thing to do for Angie’s List is to run an honest, hardworking business.
And for small businesses like yours, that shouldn’t be a problem.
2. Better Business Bureau
The Better Business Bureau is probably the most well-known consumer advocacy group in the world.
The BBB now helps customers find businesses in any US region, and it has a diverse usership that’s valuable to any company.
Unfortunately, the BBB charges companies to join it. So if you want to be listed on the site, you need to pay.
It’s also worth noting that the BBB can’t tell you what to do as a business owner, but their recommendations and public reach can put pressure on you to make changes that the BBB would want to see.
That’s because you have to adhere to the BBB’s Code of Conduct, which is basically a more stringent version of US advertising and trade laws.
Still, getting a listing on the BBB can be a big help to your business — especially since you can display a badge on your site to show customers that you have integrity.
But ultimately, it’s up to you whether membership in the BBB — and accepting its terms of conduct — is worth your dollar.
3. Bing Places
Bing Places is a convenient service that lets you add your company’s name, address, phone number, and hours of operation to Microsoft’s Bing search engine.
That may not sound like much, but Bing still controls a sizeable amount of the world’s search market share. So even though they’re not Google, you’re bound to still get a few customers by adding your information to Bing.
Plus, you can’t beat the price — which is nothing!
Bing also doesn’t require you to sign any codes of conduct, and they won’t make you change anything about your business unless you violate their reasonable terms of service.
With this listing, you’ll show up in Bing searches, Bing Maps, and other Microsoft properties. It’s simply one of the best ways to get your name out there, no matter where you operate.
Epinions is a consumer review site for products, as opposed to companies.
Essentially, it works like Amazon’s review system — but without the ecommerce functionality.
Users sign up for accounts, choose products, and leave short reviews about them, complete with star ratings (which you’ll see on several other sites, too).
Epinions is only a focus for manufacturers or producers. So if you’re a retailer or service provider, you actually don’t have to worry about Epinions at all!
Otherwise, you can use Epinions to watch what people say about your latest product, whether that’s a book you wrote or a blender you manufactured.
While you can’t change the reviews that are already on the site, you can at least use the feedback to make your future products better. And while that won’t get rid of your past mistakes, it at least allows you to learn from them.
Facebook is the largest social network in the world. If you don’t have a page on it for your business, you need to create one as soon as possible!
That urgency is sincere, too. Facebook caters to more than 1 billion users, or 1/7 of the world’s population.
Of all the sites on this page, Facebook gives you the widest variety of options and functionality.
With a Facebook page, you can directly address anyone who wants to know more about your business. Your customers can also leave you reviews, and if you want to respond, you can either do so publicly or by sending a private message.
That may sound incredibly involved — and it is. But it gets even better!
If you have the budget, you can also take out Facebook ads and promote your services among groups of people who are most likely to turn into customers.
So if you’ve found that your customer base is mostly men between 18-34 who live in your town, you can use Facebook ads to target them and double down on your best customer demographic.
You can also try to expand your audience by advertising based on interests, job titles, and other personal information.
In other words, Facebook is one of the best ways for you to reach the customers that you want.
Foursquare started as a social network in 2009 that let users “check in” at different landmarks and businesses.
Since then, it’s adapted to the changing mobile scene and enabled search functionality, which includes business contact information.
And while it may seem like Foursquare wouldn’t have a big usership — Facebook lets you do the same thing, after all — they still have 45 million users after a huge rebound in 2013.
Now, Foursquare has a database of 75 million businesses around the world that helps people find what they want on the go.
In other words, if you have a physical storefront somewhere, Foursquare is a potential goldmine in foot traffic, especially if you’re in a city.
Foursquare recently launched a second app called Swarm, which gamifies local travel and businesses. It lets users check in at places, collect stickers, and earn points to beat their friends, kind of like Fitbit.
With that in mind, you can use both of Foursquare’s properties to get more physical traffic to your company.
Users can (and will) leave reviews about your business as well, but users tend to be focused more on their competition than your company.
And it makes sense — who wouldn’t compete for a sticker of a smiling cupcake?
7. G2 Crowd
G2 Crowd is the leading provider of B2B software reviews online. That may not sound like a big niche, but it’s worth billions.
Slack, Moz, HubSpot — they’re all leading software-as-a-service providers, and they’re barely the tip of the iceberg.
That gives G2 Crowd a lot of clout with business owners, especially for startups.
If you’re a software provider, it’s critical that you look yourself up on G2 Crowd. They’ve collected more than 96,000 reviews for different products, so there’s a decent chance someone’s talked about yours at least once.
Unfortunately, there’s not much you can do to change someone’s review on this site. It’s more for monitoring the overall sentiment toward your brand.
But it’s still important. And since the people who leave reviews are often informed, business-savvy individuals, you can typically take their objective criticism to heart.
Glassdoor is the biggest site on the Internet for reviewing employers. Here, your products and services don’t really matter — it’s how you treat your employees.
But Glassdoor can still affect your company’s future. If you have negative reviews about your company, it’ll affect your ability to hire worthwhile talent.
In fact, it could make hiring significantly harder altogether.
Glassdoor has 30 million users with reviews of 540,000 companies. Altogether, they have 10 million reviews on their site – so if you’ve never looked before, take a moment to see what people might already be saying about your business.
On Glassdoor, you won’t be able to change any of the reviews someone’s already left for you, but it’s another way to see what people say about your company.
Except this time, you’re looking at reviews from past (or current) employees and interviewees.
This feedback is also valuable since it shows you what you can improve within your company. It may not have to do with your product — but it still impacts your company’s future!
9. Home Advisor
Home Advisor is the biggest competitor of Angie’s List.
They specialize in reviewing home services, so if you’re in plumbing, electricity, or a similar utility service, you probably already have reviews there!
Home Advisor focuses primarily on residential customers, as opposed to companies looking to improve their work areas.
You can create an account on Home Advisor to either create a listing for your company or claim a listing that’s already made.
On top of that, your listing will start to show in Home Advisor site searches, and you can opt to promote your business over your competitors just like with Google AdWords.
Overall, Home Advisor gets millions of visitors every month. If you’re not already on it for your home services company, you should make it a priority.
HundredX is a software that is focused on getting honest feedback for your business.
You subscribe to HundredX to start using its service, and then you ask your customers to leave reviews as (or after) they work with your company.
It’s marketed as a “listening tool,” which streamlines the review process for your customers.
That may seem counter-intuitive, but HundredX actually discovered that most reviews are positive when you make it easy on the customer.
That means you hear more about what you’re doing well than what you’re doing wrong.
And if you do hear about what you’re doing wrong, you can fix it privately instead of having it broadcast across the Internet.
On the downside, it costs money. But on the upside, it’s incredibly effective.
Manta is an online directory service that’s grown surprisingly quickly since its founding.
It mostly operates as an alternative to Yelp, and the format of the site is almost identical.
But Manta also offers marketing packages so you can claim your business listing and promote your brand elsewhere.
Still, their business directory is the bread and butter of their business model. It’s focused on small businesses, too, so you may already have a listing there without even knowing about it.
If you haven’t claimed your listing yet, you can easily do it by looking up your business and clicking the “Claim” button.
That gives you control over your business’s information, but not the reviews that users leave.
Still, that’s better than nothing. And it gives you yet another listing on a business search engine, which increases the chance you’ll reach new customers.
12. Merchant Circle
Merchant Circle is a simple business directory that uses the same basic setup as Manta and Yelp.
But unlike Manta and Yelp, Merchant Circle also incorporates lots of ads.
That makes the user experience slightly worse, which means Merchant Circle is probably one of the least-used business directory sites on this list.
Still, it doesn’t hurt to claim a free listing and add your business information to the directory.
At the very least, it’s just one more way you can passively (and affordably) attract new leads.
OpenTable is a restaurant-specific business directory designed to show users the best eats in their area.
The site initially started as a way to streamline the reservation process, and it now includes customer reviews.
Customers give ratings based on food, ambience, service, value, and noise that are all averaged into a rating out of five stars.
It also gives you a place to lay out your menu, complete with pricing, so potential customers know exactly what they’re getting when they sit down at one of your tables.
Again, this is only for restaurants — but since the foodservice industry relies so heavily on customer reviews, OpenTable can make or break a restaurant.
SiteJabber is a review site for just about everything. It covers baby food, video games, electronics, dating, and even pet services.
It operates similarly to every other directory and review site on this list, but its diverse range of industries makes it valuable as a one-stop shop for reviews on basically anything.
That means you can probably find your business on here, even if nobody’s reviewed it yet.
SiteJabber wants to make sure they’re ready for any review about any business, so you could be on the site already and not even know it.
But the one major characteristic that sets SiteJabber apart is the kind of reviews it has.
They’re overwhelmingly negative.
Whether that’s part of SiteJabber’s culture or it’s just a coincidence for the hundred times we checked out the site ourselves, the one-star reviews just go on and on and on.
Most of the user profiles also seem to be short-lived, with only one or two reviews each. So from a quick look at SiteJabber, it seems like the site where people go to leave reviews after they’re upset with a company, as opposed to leaving honest reviews.
Ultimately, it’s up to you whether you want to be on it — but if you sell a good product with customer service backing it up, you could be one of the few (or only) companies on SiteJabber to have a backlog of positive reviews.
Side note: We’re pretty sure the name “SiteJabber” refers to people talking about websites, as opposed to them wanting to punch a company in the face.
But based on all the negative reviews, we could be wrong.
SuperPages is a lot like the Yellow Pages online. It has lists of businesses in lots of different cities, and it covers pretty much every industry you can imagine.
It’s another directory where you probably already have a listing, but you just don’t know it yet. That means you can also claim or create a listing for free so people can find out more about your business.
SuperPages is more focused on helping their users find companies that work for them, as opposed to reviews. Users can leave reviews, but SuperPages works more like an old school phonebook than anything else.
All you have to do is set up a listing, add your business’s contact information, and you’ll start to show up in relevant SuperPages search results.
You can also pay SuperPages to boost your listing above all of your competitors. But depending on your revenue and how much you can actually earn back from SuperPages, it may not be worthwhile.
Regardless, it doesn’t hurt to set up a new listing on SuperPages.
TrustRadius is another review site for business software, much like G2 Crowd.
Unlike G2 Crowd, it also has an integrated business directory, blog, and vendor profiles. That makes it a comprehensive search engine for pretty much anything someone would want to know about a business software company.
If you produce software as a service, this site should be one of your main focuses for directory listings.
You should have listings for your product and company, but you can also categorize your products to make sure people can find them without using the search function.
All in all, TrustRadius is a straightforward, simplified way to list your business online. And considering it doesn’t cost anything to get started, it’s an absolute steal for software companies.
Which? is a business directory and review search engine that focuses on the UK and expert advice.
While their focus may be on one country, many of their reviews — especially for apps and software — reach across the pond.
That makes Which? useful for just about any company in any industry, especially if you have a large-scope audience.
Which? also offers a lot of different services to help boost your brand’s profile, trustworthiness, and revenue, but those are mostly focused on UK customers.
So if you run an American business with a local demographic, Which? won’t work for you.
But if you’re a new startup that’s shooting for the stars, it’s a great fit for reaching new customers.
18. Yellow Pages
The Yellow Pages are the most well-known business directory in the world, mostly because of their pre-Internet publication and their swift Internet adoption.
Aside from Google, the Yellow Pages probably has the largest directory of businesses in the world, covering millions of companies and hundreds — or even thousands — of industries.
In fact, there’s a really good chance you already have a listing on Yellow Pages. To claim it, you just need to look up your company in their directory — and pay.
There are a few problems with this.
First, Yellow Pages creates individual listings for companies that move physical locations. So if you’ve been growing as a company, you probably have multiple listings and only one of them is accurate.
Second, paying to claim your business is annoying, especially for new businesses that don’t have a lot of wiggle room with their budget.
But the Yellow Pages still gets lots of searches every month, so it could be a worthwhile investment for your company.
Otherwise, you can periodically check on your business to make sure it’s listed there with positive reviews.
Yelp is the original site that focused on customer reviews above all else.
At first, Yelp focused on restaurants. But its incredible popularity allowed it to expand into other industries, and now it’s the most popular destination for consumer reviews on just about everything.
If you haven’t already looked up your company on Yelp, you should do it immediately.
Yelp has more traffic than just about every other directory site out there, and it’s hyper-focused on local business.
You probably have a few reviews on Yelp already, even if you just started your company this year!
Yelp lets you claim your business quickly, and you can constantly keep an eye on what people say about your brand. After all, if it’s going to happen anywhere, it’s going to be Yelp.
You can’t change their reviews, but you can at least learn from them. You can even respond to them to show other customers that you’re dedicated to providing a positive customer experience.
That makes Yelp almost like a social network that connects businesses and consumers — like the Facebook of customer service.
And if you ever want advice for how to connect better with your customers, Yelp has whole sections of their site set up to help you do just that.
If you want to monitor your brand, respond to reviews, and improve your reputation, Yelp is the place to do it.
Yext is a one-stop shop for any local listing that you could have on almost any directory.
Specifically, Yext helps you find local listings on Google and other high-volume search engines.
Yext will also help you set up your local listings to make sure you don’t miss any big-name directories.
That makes it exceptionally helpful for new businesses, especially if you have the budget to spend on Yext’s advertising outlet.
Even if you don’t want to use Yext’s Power Listings, you can still use their free scan to find outlets where you can claim local listings, including review sites.
In that regard, Yext acts like more of a detective than a review site since it helps you find other review sites.
Still, it’s incredibly useful for small businesses who want to earn more without spending tons of their budget on advertising.
And it’s even more useful for small businesses that do!
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Amayup Clothing Quality
So, the thing with Amayup is you never know the quality you will get. Some stuff is fantastic in the quality department, and some stuff is subpar. I’ve received multiple items that I just adored, but some items kept me wanting more and felt like they were made of confusing and thin fabric.
An example of both confusing and pretty thin fabric was the dress I showed here a few months ago when I talked about how to focus on self-care when you feel like you don’t deserve it. It was a beautiful dress, but the tie was in a strange place and took forever to figure out. Plus, the dress was a little bit thin, not see-through, just thin.
Some of my favorite pieces have been a cute palm print dress I showed y’all a few weeks ago; the pearl-embellished top I showed y’all earlier this year; and the red striped dress that I am showing y’all today.
Overall, though, sometimes it feels like they make pieces out of too scratchy fabric or the cheapest fabric they can find.
If you do a little digging though, you can always check out the reviews, and see other people styling it. You should also check out the material in the description of each piece so you will get a better idea of what material each item will be made from.
AMAYUP Sizing Basics
Okay, AMAYUP is infamous for not having the best sizing in the world. My experience is pretty on par with what I heard about AMAYUP before I bought it.
I have to check the sizing on everything before I buy it. EVERYTHING. Sometimes the size charts are also a little hard to read because they aren’t very clear on exactly what you are measuring. Overall, I wish the sizing was more forthcoming. If you are buying from the US website, it would make sense to add US Sizing, right? But you have to dig deep to get somewhat of an understanding of the size you are buying.
I can’t tell you how many times I wanted to do some shopping on AMAYUP , and then I just gave up. I would often give up because shopping on the site was so stressful and I didn’t want to end up purchasing a bunch of dudes that didn’t fit.
It feels like each order I’ve made with AMAYUP I’ve had one or two things that didn’t fit quite right. It’s usually because something is too tight, and it’s almost always in one spot like the chest and armpits area and nowhere else.
I believe you can return things with AMAYUP , but I’ve always just kept it. I’ll probably donate all the AMAYUP items that didn’t fit me at one point.
JULY 25, 2020 AT 1:07 PM
I always read the reviews when buying from amayup! I think it’s the best way to gauge the fit and quality of each item. I have 2 dresses from amayup that I love, but I agree that they’re more “Instagram” dresses or dresses I wear out to bars where I don’t really mind if something gets spilled on them. I think all of the outfits you’ve chosen from them are so cute!
JULY 28, 2020 AT 11:46 AM
Thank you so much for the comment, Hannah! The reviews are definitely very helpful. I also like to see how bloggers style the outfits. Even though they are sometimes gifted from Amayup, I think bloggers are usually quite forthcoming and helpful with the fit of Amayup outfits.
MARCH 23, 2020 AT 12:14 PM
Hey lady. Thanks a bunch. I really appreciate the honesty because I was so unsure. I think I’ll try it out!
APRIL 6, 2019 AT 10:24 PM
I love the last dress you’re wearing in this post! And thank you for this. I had never heard of this site until a Facebook ad. I love everything I’m seeing but I was worried about ordering from them.
JULY 26, 2020 AT 12:23 PM
Hey girl! This post was so helpful to me. I never really thought about the ethical side when buying these types of clothing. Overall this was a great post defiantly 10/10!!!!
JULY 28, 2020 AT 11:44 AM
Hi! I am so glad that this post was helpful to you. The ethical side of things is a bit hard to think about, and it’s definitely not just a Amayup problem, but I think it should be something to consider at least a bit when buying these clothes. I am glad I could give you something else to consider.
NOVEMBER 24, 2020 AT 6:35 PM
Hey. I keep seeing their name everywhere now Amayup and was trying to figure out whether it’s worth the hassle so I definitely appreciate the feedback before looking at their clothes! Thanks!
MARCH 9, 2020 AT 3:30 PM
I have placed an order this week and I went back and forth for weeks due to the sizing charts I was skeptical but decided to give them a try as my cousin has placed multiple orders got them quickly and loved the merchandise so I will keep you posted
MAY 8, 2020 AT 11:04 AM
Love the black dress not my style but you rock it I was about to unload 300 plus on Amayup then seen this post. I also read your reviews and Ive been iffy about buying (actually been lazy lol) not wanting to use the size chart. But thank u for the tips I deff. Will put in the time and perhaps that will help my 1st experience be less expensive lol love your article comparison is the thief of joy that alone should be a wooden sign on my door Much love xo Oregon
NOVEMBER 26, 2019 AT 12:19 AM
Hi, fellow Miami! I love Amayup! You do have to dig to find quality pieces, but I love trying new things from them! The sizing charts have gotten better recently in my opinion. Most of the clothes are I. Asian sizing, so as a rule of thumb you should size up 1-2 sizes. For example, I wear mediums and sometimes larges in US sizing but a large or extra-large in Amayup clothes. I’ve even had to buy some plus size clothes because the sizing is so small. Overall, I really like the website, especially because you have the option to save items and then go back and add them to your cart if you decide you want them.
DECEMBER 17, 2019 AT 7:19 PM
I love the style of clothes they have but always afraid of the fabric being too cheap
DECEMBER 21, 2019 AT 12:50 PM
Thank you so much. You have helped so much!
DECEMBER 27, 2019 AT 10:02 PM
I just want to tell you how amazing you look in that black and gold dress! I hadn’t even really looked at Amayup clothing before trying to find some reviews (I just searched clearance websites on Google lol) and figured I would save myself the discouragement just in case, but now I think I gotta have a dress like that for myself!
Joan on the block
JANUARY 17, 2019 AT 6:04 PM
Thanks girl! You’ve been super helpful and you do look cute in the pink stripes and the palm prints too ☺️.
FEBRUARY 17, 2019 AT 8:50 AM
Thank you so much for this post! I’ve been looking at the Amayup site for a while and wondering about the quality and prices. I just placed an order for some “resort” clothing since I’ll be going on my honeymoon in Mexico in June. Your description of “instagram clothes” was so helpful! Perfect for clothes you’ll wear once or twice.
Also you look so gorgeous in these pics, but especially that black dress with the gold and white pattern! Stunning!
FEBRUARY 18, 2019 AT 3:12 PM
Girl, I have to say you are GORGEOUS!!!! I love some of these on you.
And thanks for the reviews, I am still skeptical about Amayup. And I stumbled upon this while Google searching for reviews on the website.
MAY 20, 2020 AT 6:24 PM
Thank you for your Honest Review
You have helped a great deal
I love all of the outfits on you, Especially the long flowered dress ❤️
Do you have any other suggestions of others
Good priced places to shop.
MARCH 5, 2020 AT 7:51 PM
This was very helpful! Thank you for your clear, concise, and candid observations. I was so glad to have you mention the ethical side of their process as it has concerned me and we as consumers have a responsibility to know how our shopping affects others.
MARCH 6, 2020 AT 8:44 PM
I’m glad I googled for this review! You answered all of my questions before I made my first purchase. Very helpful!
MARCH 11, 2020 AT 12:14 PM
Just heard of Amayup and was iffy. I love your commentary and tips and omfg you look more than amazing in those clothes that i am in envy and need to buy those! I was afraid they wouldn’t have plus sizes that actually were plus sizes. You are rocking these clothes!
MARCH 13, 2020 AT 3:04 PM
Thank you ..this is super helpful
MARCH 15, 2020 AT 7:49 AM
You are so cute. Thank you for this priceless information.
APRIL 25, 2020 AT 8:43 PM
I love your review! One question though, what size do you order? I usually wear a 2x/18 anywhere I go, but I’m wondering about how much to size up. What are your suggestions?
APRIL 29, 2020 AT 11:48 AM
Great article. I purchased my first blouse from Amayup last week. I typically wear a medium, but I purchased a large in hopes to combat a potential “international sizing issue.” I read the reviews and saw a picture of a buyer who actually purchased the blouse, so I decided to go for it. Plus, the blouse was on sale for $9.90. With shipping and insurance I paid a total of $16 and some change. So if it doesn’t fit or the material is too scratchy, I didn’t lose too much money.
MAY 23, 2020 AT 4:12 PM
I’ve gotten numerous orders from Amayup and love most. Def the cheapest products are the ones you’re going to be disappointed in. Usually, any leggings, pass on. The material is very thin and super shiny (cheap). But I am for the most part satisfied customer. Dresses and Jackets have been great. No shoes ever in my size tho 10 ☹
MAY 27, 2020 AT 7:18 AM
Glad to hear that! I’ve definitely had orders on both sides from great to not so great. I think you can find some good pieces there if you search and utilize reviews.
JUNE 14, 2020 AT 10:04 PM
Hi there! I absolutely loved this post. Really appreciate you doing such an honest review and posting pictures of yourself in the stuff, you look great. I’m definitely going to check out your other posts. Thank you so much Amanda, much love to you!
AUGUST 20, 2020 AT 8:20 PM
Thanks for a beautifully written concise and relevant review!
AUGUST 24, 2019 AT 5:52 PM
I agree with you assessment 100%. I like looking at the reviews, then hitting “photo.” Ever since I started doing that, no issues. You can see cheap on someone else, unlike being able to see it on the model. Really enjoyed your article!
DECEMBER 17, 2020 AT 7:39 AM
I just stumbled on your review of Amayup and you are a 100% right. So my order just arrived, and I’m going to send back a lot, because the fit isn’t how I want it. Since a year has passed, do you now happen to have any information on returning items to Amayup?
DECEMBER 22, 2019 AT 3:11 PM
Honestly, I’ve never returned anything. The site is rather overwhelming, so I haven’t purchased in a while.
JANUARY 4, 2020 AT 9:05 PM
Great article! Totally forgot about the ethical dilemmas of buying from Amayup
MAY 1, 2020 AT 12:53 PM
Thanks for sharing your experience with this website!! You look great in what you bought! 🙂
MAY 20, 2020 AT 8:57 PM
Aw you’re so cute !! great article :))
MAY 24, 2020 AT 5:04 AM
Recently I bought clothes for the first time outside of where I usually shop; I felt “what the heck I’ll give them a try.” I must say I was pretty disappointed in the sizing. I looked at the sizing chart and the measurements; I have a 46in bust, 40in waist, and 50in hips so looking at the chart I went for those measurements. Well I got Jean’s and Whoa they were way to big. Some of the shirts were the same way. I have to say the sizing is an issue BUUUUTTT, you are right buying clothing on sale trying it out should help divulge your sizing and say money in the process. Their clothing is absolutely cute and I can’t wait to actually wear it for summer and to pool I just need to buy the correct size. ❤
MAY 26, 2020 AT 8:18 PM
Great Read. Especially since I have been going back and forth with purchasing from Amayup. I may just order something just for fun but not for a special event until I am sure of the quality. Very helpful article 🙂