- Jan 15, 2012
- Reaction score
You see, it's all about the thrill of nabbing that piece you don't need but the deal is too good to pass up. Then deal with the emotion of having stuff cancelled on you, and followed by gratification of 1/2 of your order making it. What you *need* is not what matters.I'm based in Canada and slightly relieved that we don't have an outlet after the madness of the march-april one !
Spent too much, havnt worn a single piece, still need to adjust some. Yet I'm a bit jealous of the thrill of clicking submit on that 150$ Jacket or other ridiculously priced item.
And then, the wait... And nothing for a few days or weeks like we had in the past. Then you receive the stuff you are amazed by some items, return others (if you can) and nefociate with the sales team for items that are damaged
You also get half or more of your stuff cancelled.
I tried to go and check out the links but it's annoying how susu redirects you, really pisses me off and doesn't make me wanna return ( no time for vpn shenanigans).
I don't think I'll ever buy susu stuff for full pricing any more...
They used to stick to their policy of rarely discounting except sparse outlets, but you you have yearly outlets that are an amazing deal if you can score an item. I feel like they have damaged their brand but they must be severely bleeding and longing for cash despite their recent funding-investment.
Rinse and repeat every 6 months.