SHEIN VIP??

I like to shop my aesthetic fashion on shein, as proven by my S3 VIP level. It’s a great low cost/affordable store for me to get softcore/Kawaii core/scene/emo/trad/cottage core clothes. Yes i know my aesthetic and fashion choices are all over the place, but that just means I’m a girly girl who enjoys expressing herself and the joys of life.

Anyways, I’m getting nervous about the duration of my status… it expires in five days, and I’m afraid it will go back to S1. I don’t want that to happen, so i looked in the terms and conditions to see how to keep it at S3 level, but it’s not very clear at all.
it states, in section 2.2;
>Every tier is valid for 12 months from the date the SHEIN VIP member qualifies(exclude level S1); after that, identity validation is required every month.
(https://us.shein.com/SHEIN-VIP-a-1009.html)

But it doesn’t define what "identity validation" is. I have a few ideas of what it could possibly mean;
1.) logging in once every month
2.) logging in AND signing in for points (kind of like logging on for daily points in videogames)
3.) what i FIRST assumed, buying something every month, which is what i hope isn’t the case.
what do you guys think? are you users of SHEIN? do you understand this? am i overthinking it? i cant find anything about this specific issue anywhere, not even Youtube.

28 thoughts on “SHEIN VIP??

      • Anonymous says:

        https://i.imgur.com/emsZODE.png

        I like to shop my aesthetic fashion on shein, as proven by my S3 VIP level. It’s a great low cost/affordable store for me to get softcore/Kawaii core/scene/emo/trad/cottage core clothes. Yes i know my aesthetic and fashion choices are all over the place, but that just means I’m a girly girl who enjoys expressing herself and the joys of life.

        Anyways, I’m getting nervous about the duration of my status… it expires in five days, and I’m afraid it will go back to S1. I don’t want that to happen, so i looked in the terms and conditions to see how to keep it at S3 level, but it’s not very clear at all.
        it states, in section 2.2;
        >Every tier is valid for 12 months from the date the SHEIN VIP member qualifies(exclude level S1); after that, identity validation is required every month.
        (https://us.shein.com/SHEIN-VIP-a-1009.html)

        But it doesn’t define what "identity validation" is. I have a few ideas of what it could possibly mean;
        1.) logging in once every month
        2.) logging in AND signing in for points (kind of like logging on for daily points in videogames)
        3.) what i FIRST assumed, buying something every month, which is what i hope isn’t the case.
        what do you guys think? are you users of SHEIN? do you understand this? am i overthinking it? i cant find anything about this specific issue anywhere, not even Youtube.

        cant kill myself, i love myself too much. >:)

        Are you skinny and cute?

  1. Anonymous says:

    >am i overthinking it?
    Yes.
    >do you understand this?
    >are you users of SHEIN?
    no.
    >what do you guys think?
    people here and every fashion bros/sis in general look down on SHEIN because their quality is absolutely trash and it promote fast fashion cycle.

    my advice is to go thrifting instead of this. I know clothes are expensive. but you can definitely get good deal every now and the. plus there are so much personalities in clothes that you got from thrift shop.

    >"oh that is so cute, where did you get it from?"
    >"hehe thanks.. I got it from SHEIN"
    >"oh…"

    • Anonymous says:

      ew what is that thing??

      also anon idk about you but my clothes don’t feel cheap or low quality at all. even the clothes i got three years ago are as good as new and i wear them at least once a month. maybe you’re not treating you clothes right?
      I don’t go thrifting because all the thrift stores around here is just boring t-shirts, expensive prom dresses, and jeans. i don’t even wear jeans, i wear skirts and dresses only. and those aren’t even in my size when i do find some. plus when you’re living with a parent who treats you like a child and refuses to teach you how to be an adult, its hard to even do clothes shopping in person the first place. And what even is "fast fashion"?

      You just gotta know how to shop and know where to look. even as a poor person who is switching out my wardrobe from scruffy unfashionable tomboy to comfortable girly aesthetic thing, i figured it out. i was losing weight and growing up and i still am. hell i’m even going to get married soon so i need to get a couple of kitchen/cleaning aprons and even maternity clothing. i have trust in SHEIN and it hasn’t let me down at all since 2021. it works for me and i am 100% satisfied with their quality of clothing.

        • Anonymous says:

          You wish I was your online femboy tranny boyfriend, huh? Well sorry to say this anon but I have a uterus and it will be filled with a baby by my husband this year.

          https://i.imgur.com/kzJa94W.jpg

          >plus when you’re living with a parent who treats you like a child and refuses to teach you how to be an adult, its hard to even do clothes shopping in person the first place.
          not really an excuse.
          >also anon idk about you but my clothes don’t feel cheap or low quality at all.
          fair enough, but here is a hypothesis, you have never know what a good quality of clothes is that why you don’t think it feel cheap or low quality. but if you’re satisfy with that you’re getting then who am i to stop you.
          >And what even is "fast fashion"?

          >You just gotta know how to shop and know where to look
          I think if I have a trust in a certain brand I can just buy their products blind without having to worry.
          SHEIN clothes are always feel cheap, thin and soulless to me. and this also goes to H&M, Zara and any of the fast fashion brand as well. I’d never put them in my first choice, I’d probably buy it if I’m desperate for a certain piece but that’s about that.
          Uniqlo fit here as well I believe but Uniqlo has the best quality out of the bunch and I just bought a boxer from them yesterday so I’ll let it slide

          >fair enough, but here is a hypothesis, you have never know what a good quality of clothes is that why you don’t think it feel cheap or low quality. but if you’re satisfy with that you’re getting then who am i to stop you.
          I’ve gotten clothes from brands like Walmart, torrid, hot topic, justice, sears, Marshall’s, and even my quince dress from a boutique for my quineñera. If those aren’t considered high quality then idk what. Torrid is fricking expensive as hell for a plus size clothing store. These clothes are the same quality as my SHEIN clothes.
          Shoulda known you cucks would harass me just for existing, this is why I never go to other boards

          • Anonymous says:

            >plus size womanbaby vouching for stretchy inconsistently sized low quality clothes

            Either you’re on S3 VIP level foodstamps or it’s a larp. Whatever it is have a nice day.

            /thread

          • Anonymous says:

            >Either you’re on S3 VIP level foodstamps or it’s a larp. Whatever it is have a nice day.
            what the heck does that mean? foodstamps is a government program that gives handouts just for existing, this vip level is gained by paying money. Whatever you wanna think, i love my life too much to kill myself, so heck you anon and suck my ovaries.

          • Anonymous says:

            >Shoulda known you cucks would harass me just for existing, this is why I never go to other boards
            I’m not harassing you, we’re talking about clothes. don’t be a drama queen. as for other anon, fair reaction.

            >Walmart, torrid, hot topic, justice, sears, Marshall’s, and even my quince dress from a boutique for my quineñera
            I’m not talking about these. I’m talking about Shein. and Shein has a reputation of making shit clothes and it’s a fact. and if you care about the environment and labour right. These are the more reason not to support Shein. I’m only informing you about Shein. and again, if you’re satisfy with your products, then I can’t stop you.

            Also consider buying stuff from Facebook marketplace, I’m sure there are good deal on their from time to time, have you ever been to grailed or depop?

      • Anonymous says:

        >plus when you’re living with a parent who treats you like a child and refuses to teach you how to be an adult, its hard to even do clothes shopping in person the first place.
        not really an excuse.
        >also anon idk about you but my clothes don’t feel cheap or low quality at all.
        fair enough, but here is a hypothesis, you have never know what a good quality of clothes is that why you don’t think it feel cheap or low quality. but if you’re satisfy with that you’re getting then who am i to stop you.
        >And what even is "fast fashion"?

        >You just gotta know how to shop and know where to look
        I think if I have a trust in a certain brand I can just buy their products blind without having to worry.
        SHEIN clothes are always feel cheap, thin and soulless to me. and this also goes to H&M, Zara and any of the fast fashion brand as well. I’d never put them in my first choice, I’d probably buy it if I’m desperate for a certain piece but that’s about that.
        Uniqlo fit here as well I believe but Uniqlo has the best quality out of the bunch and I just bought a boxer from them yesterday so I’ll let it slide

    • Anonymous says:

      Not OP but is thrifting still something people do? I gave up on thrifts after going to the past two different thrift shops and seeing mountains of ugly ass used clothes, how do people find anything useable, I’m talking about enitre aisles of random college merch and ugly logos for random things

      • Anonymous says:

        Don’t bother shopping the t-shirts, stick to collared shirts, pants, coats, and sweaters. Lots of garbage out there, everything is made of stretch fabric, but even with a tough size to buy I can find great pieces. I’ve gotten to the point where a lot of my best outfits can be entirely secondhand.

      • Anonymous says:

        >Not OP but is thrifting still something people do?
        Yes, literally went to a thrift shop yesterday.
        >I gave up on thrifts after going to the past two different thrift shops and seeing mountains of ugly ass used clothes
        And this is the problem, you can’t expect to find gold every time you goes to a thrift shop like it’s a luxury store.
        There are quality difference with these stores. some of these store sell bottom of the barrel clothes, some sell used clothes from fast fashion brand (H&M, SHEIN, ZARA, UNIQLO and etcs.) and some sell used clothes from respectable brands.
        You just have to find that store. and this is why I’m so jealous of American, they have TON of good thrift stores if they live in a good state.

        Don’t bother shopping the t-shirts, stick to collared shirts, pants, coats, and sweaters. Lots of garbage out there, everything is made of stretch fabric, but even with a tough size to buy I can find great pieces. I’ve gotten to the point where a lot of my best outfits can be entirely secondhand.

        this, graphic tees are dead now i think. and I always feel like you can always get a pair of good jeans every now and then.

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