Woman Within

Woman Within Reviews & Complaints

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Published: 20 February 2020

Posted by: tralfaz113

[protected]: Woman Within USED to be a good company, selling plus-size quality, attractive clothing at reasonable prices. Over the past 8-10 years, however, they keep sinking to new lows, such as losing the quality of their items and inundating me with their endless catalogs, even though I have repeatedly asked to be “unsubscribed.” I’m still fighting that this very day. I have stopped purchasing anything from this store because invariably, the items don’t fit, are cheaply made, and/or the quality of the material is almost see-through. One thing I think most plus-sized women would agree upon is that they’d like material coverage when ordering clothing. Most of WW’s clothing is imported, but the country of origin is never stated. I have returned so many clothing pieces over the years because I am adamant about purchasing products made in the USA. Almost all ads in their catalog state “Imported.” On the last shipment I returned, on the return sheet where they ask reason for return, I wrote in some free space that I would prefer to purchase products MADE IN THE USA. In the most recent catalog (received 09/01/2012), I did notice that in all their wisdom, honesty, and integrity, Woman Within has now REMOVED the word “IMPORTED” from their clothing descriptions and has given absolutely no information regarding the manufacturers’ countries of origin. That action makes me angrier than I have been with them; now it’s anyone’s guess as to the imported items’ countries of origin. I hope this reaches the right people regarding the complaints and all customers who may not have been aware. I think it should be a regulation/law that product manufacturers must state their country of origin – not just “Imported.” We have every right to know where our money is being sent. BUYER BEWARE!!

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