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Dollfie loot from Dollmore

July 30, 2010

Found a note in the mailbox that I had a parcel awaiting to be collected at the post office. Knew it must be what had ordered last week at Dollmore for my DD girls, so quickly went to pick it up.

Alas, next to the usual customs fee, the box had a few dents and upon tearing off the sealing tape customs applied after inspecting it, saw to my horror they had slashed quite deep into the parcel with their box cutter.

Although several layers of plastic wrapping were run through, they didn’t damage the top item which was the most expensive one (the white boots). What a close call!

Got lots of lovely clothing for the girls, including a muffler, beanie, several stockings, leggings and a skirt, as well as large white boots and a pair of sandals. Sought out items with reasonable prices so ultimately the combined price tag wasn’t too high.

Will share photos of the girls in their new gear soon!

5 Comments leave one →
  1. July 31, 2010 4:43 am

    Oh gosh, i thought when you said, slashed deep…i thought it got your boots..Ouf luckily not.

    Im sure your daughters will be happy about there presents! early christmas present haha

  2. July 31, 2010 9:19 am

    No, luckily that disaster was averted, but they missed by barely a millimeter!

  3. August 2, 2010 5:30 am

    Wow, they cut into the box while opening it? Not very professional! Glad it all arrived safely though ^^

  4. August 2, 2010 9:11 am

    Shopping with the girls huh? Congrats on the loot. ^ ^


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