The story of Collin Street – an online clothing store.
I am a 25-year-old girl from Sabah. After graduating from college, I have been working as a marketer in KL alone.
Life is not simple, it brings me joy when I get my salary every end of the month to purchase clothes which I have been planning to buy.
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Last September, I went to a branded store to buy clothes.
The sales person looked at me and gazed upon my clothes. I assumed that she was acknowledging me to be served. But it wasn’t the case, “inform me when you’re done”, she said, and slowly walked back to her seat and play with her mobile phone.
This is outrageous.
Did she assume I couldn’t afford the item and was unworthy of it? I am not sure.
All I can say in verdict is that the service that I had experienced was simply too hurtful and most definitely had done some damage to my self-esteem.
Nevertheless, I still went and tried on some clothing, and in the face of the mirror, comforted and psyched myself by, recognising that I was worthy of what was on my body.
I have always thought about it.
With regard to any fashion in the industry, everyone has their own aesthetic standards.
For people who find it difficult to express themselves in words, clothes represent a means of communication of language and also can be expressed as a background story of the individual.
For me, dressing is a form of self-expression. Different styles always reflect the different characteristics of each person.
I am certain now,
Whether it is business or life, it’s simple.
Be loyal to yourself and to your customers.
Be yourself, you can be beautiful.
– This is the story of Collin Street –