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post #26 of 46
not this time - this person is a troll who has spammed members on here before:

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Originally Posted by luckysandi13
Hi there-
I sell 7s & have a home boutique in Escondido. I can forward you info on our next sale if you want!

Sandi
partyinourpants.com
post #27 of 46
No no at all. Absolute fakes. This is more like a Tupperware party but on the scam side. At least they sell good stuff on a Tupperware party
post #28 of 46
Absolutely all fakes. I recently hosted an authentic jean party (though most of my stuff is EUC, not NWT) and it was the first one I've heard of pretty much ever until lizlikeshugs mentioned hers.
post #29 of 46
It's all a bunch of girls who get together at someone's house and they sell / trade jeans.
post #30 of 46
not usually.
post #31 of 46

I am looking for the email address to contact the lady that hosts jean party (I hope she is in NY).

Please send me her info if possible. I would like to gather some girls  up

 

email: debsoley@aol.com

post #32 of 46

I hope you read the rest of the thread. Jeans parties almost uniformly sell fakes.

 

I've had a couple of small "jean parties" for the (mostly pre-owned) authentics that I sell, but I've never managed to get more than a few people over...I'm so busy that the only time I can host these things is during exam week or before school when no one's back in town yet.

post #33 of 46

Cool. This might be a cool way for me to add to my collection.

post #34 of 46

I don't understand what the problem is...if I can get a pair of blingin' jeans for less than the "origional" you can bet I'm going to do just that.  Who cares if they are fake or not?  If it looks good and I can get it for less - Yay me!  Now I've got bling jeans AND money left over for something else.  Wiiiinnnniiiinnnggg!

post #35 of 46
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Originally Posted by XOXOXO View Post

I don't understand what the problem is...if I can get a pair of blingin' jeans for less than the "origional" you can bet I'm going to do just that.  Who cares if they are fake or not?  If it looks good and I can get it for less - Yay me!  Now I've got bling jeans AND money left over for something else.  Wiiiinnnniiiinnnggg!



Get out of here with that garbage. You will never find fake jeans that fit well or look good. Fakes are ALWAYS blatantly obvious. You will never see a fake that is worth anything. 

post #36 of 46

A jean party... well it sounds like something I would not be able to afford, but if it were real... which by many of the post it seem they sell fakes, but at least you got details and now you know what to expect. Good luck. Hope you get something real or something real good icon_wink.gif

post #37 of 46

I totally agree with xoxoxo! Why knock something that is helping women out? I used to think I had to buy $200 jeans to look good and feel important. Not any more. If a pair of Lee's looks good on me, then great! After racking up tons of credit card bills on name brand "designer" jeans I have finally come to the realization that it is financially impossible for me to keep up with Cameron Diaz, kate Hudson and Beyonce. I live in a small town and I think the ladies here would love access to these jeans (Vault denim). I'm signing up.  Try not to hate. Not everyone is as fortunate as you to be able to afford "designer" jeans. Good luck keeping up with the Kardashians.

post #38 of 46
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Originally Posted by PKGisme View Post

I totally agree with xoxoxo! Why knock something that is helping women out? I used to think I had to buy $200 jeans to look good and feel important. Not any more. If a pair of Lee's looks good on me, then great! After racking up tons of credit card bills on name brand "designer" jeans I have finally come to the realization that it is financially impossible for me to keep up with Cameron Diaz, kate Hudson and Beyonce. I live in a small town and I think the ladies here would love access to these jeans (Vault denim). I'm signing up.  Try not to hate. Not everyone is as fortunate as you to be able to afford "designer" jeans. Good luck keeping up with the Kardashians.



 I net about $25000 per year. I plan my jeans into my budget. I pay retail sometimes but I most certainly will not buy fakes. If you go to the party and want to pay for the discount line of name brands, then fine. But I do think it is reprehensible to buy fakes. First off, they are illegal. Second off, they hurt the US economy and the other countries economies(the ones that manufactuer designer denim, such as Italy or Japan). Noone on this site gives a crap about any of those celebs anyways. We have our own tastes and styles.

As long as Vault denim doesnt start dealing in fakes, then I will not have any problem with them(besides thinking their inventory is hideous). I dont like any of the designer brands they sell anyway so I wouldnt waste my time going to a party.

post #39 of 46

All fakes.I've never believed this

post #40 of 46
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Originally Posted by Salvatore View Post

All fakes.I've never believed this



To be fair, I have seen some of the jeans they carry at vault. They are not fake. They are also not worth as much as they say they are. They try to make you think you are getting a $250 pair of jeans for $99 but in reality you are buying the discount line of those jeans(usually made in mexico, but sometimes the US). The discount lines are made to retail for about $99 anyways so they really arent  giving a good deal at all. Besides, its just brands like William Rast and the "almost defunct but revived for Khols" Rock and Republic.

 

post #41 of 46

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Edited by susiemusick34 - 2/8/12 at 9:14pm
post #42 of 46

i am sorry susie but you are wrong here. true religion does both discount their jeans and sell their overstock. They sell their overstock at the True Religion outlets. Places like Yoox also receive TR overstock(from different places though no doubt). True Religion jeans makes a discount line, in the denim world we refer to them as "straight to discount" line or "STD/S2D". These are made to retail for around $99-$139 and are sold at various places, including TJ Maxx.

 

And to your point about the company not being able to pull off a hideous product and do well. Have you ever heard of The Buckle? How about brands like Miss Me/MEK, Rock Revival, and Affliction, and other cheaply made ugly brands like them(all made in China). Oh and dont forget ed hardy.Not only are these brands cheaply and shodily constructed, but their prices are ridiculous for the low quality and trashy look they present. Yet, people still pay for them. So your point there is not well made.
 

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Originally Posted by susiemusick34 View Post

I'm a consultant with Vault Denim.  We sell designer denim for UP to 1/2 off retail prices. Our designer denim, the big names we all love, usually run about $88 or $92...Anything that is selling for $65 sounds a little to good to be true.   Also, if you ever see True Religion jeans at a "jean party", run away!!  True Religion DOES NOT discount their jeans or sell overstock, therefore, if you see those for $65 at a home party I would bet they are fakes.....I would bet most of the others are as well.  
Our inventory is constantly changing and being replenished with new product.  This company in less than a year, the company more than doubled in size!  We have already met and surpassed all of our goals and projections for 2014!!  I don't think a company that has a "hideous" product could pull that off.  Vault is changing women's lives!  And men too for that matter.  Look into it!  It truly is one of the best decisions I have ever made!!  This coming from someone who NEVER went to home parties!!

 

Check out my website and see for yourself!!


   www.srussell.vaultdenim.me    

                  or

   www.vaultdenim.com/srussell

 



 

post #43 of 46

Also susie, the "report post" button is reporting spam or rule violations. Its not for trying to get comments censored because you do not agree with them.

post #44 of 46

In reply to the cheaper or whole sale or less then wholesale jeans.  The parties do not get them from them direct from the source most of the time they buy from many sources and its usually inventory that they cannot move and want to get some money for them before they sell them for nothing.  Just because you do not understand something does not mean you know everything. Sorry for the negativity but if everyone could do it they would and then nobody would need to learn anything or join or even work for anyone because they would have everything.

 

I personally do not care if you believe that the inventory is real or not, i am wearing them and i also have retail ones and there is absolutely no differance.

 

You might also want to ackknowledge that counterfiet jeans are a major crime, and all the designer jeans parties jeans come from the same company who is by the book and have reps in almost all 50 states.  I hope this clarifies a little and if not good luck to your neverending negativity.  Oh and your husband or wife that puts up with it..  Have a good day all.

post #45 of 46
I had one of these parties just to see. 100% fake and junk. They were all I'll fitting and poorly constructed. Three of my guests had the button on the jeans they tried on come off in their hands. I can't tell you how crappy these were. Very random sizing, random colors, random lengths. I'm a size 4. I tried on a pair of jeans that was labeled as having a 29/30 inch waist. I couldn't get them up over my butt. Now, I'm a true size 4. My waist is not 29/30. Why were the pants too small for me? They are crap, steer clear. I'm guessing by the end of summer we will hear reports that this fraud ring has been raided.
post #46 of 46
If you are talking about Vault Denim - yes the jeans are authentic. They are close outs, overstocks etc. Vault has contracted with certain designers to purchase these. They aren't wholesale. They also have their own in house labels. So - yes the brands that they do have are authentic, however you won't find every designer brand at a party.
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