Warm layers (Zaful webshop review)

I have the honor to talk about my Zaful experiences.
I know many people who feel hesitative about ordering from a Chinese webshop. We’ve probably all know the stories that those gorgeous cheap online dresses look different in real life. Read it here: funny but true
I couldn’t find any data, but I presume most of our clothes are fabricated in China.
H&M, Manga, Zara, Asos…just to name a few.  Look for the tag “Made in China.”

Know your clothing size, before ordering from a Chinese webshop.  Many shops follow the Asian standard and if you are as tall as me (1.80), a cute Chinese dress might become a long shirt.
Also be careful with your hip measuring. The average Chinese girl has smaller hips compared to a Dutch/German/Scandinavian/American girl.














I chose this scarf from Zaful, because I love plaid and I wanted more red items.
Quality of the scarf: 8
I love the scarf, but I’m a bit afraid the fraying hasn’t been pinned. This might lead to a lot more unwanted fraying.
True to Image:  10
This looks exactly like the image.
True to Size: 10
It’s a bit hard to judge, but in my opinion it’s also true to its size.
Overall rating: 9.3

Long Hooded cardigan.
Quality of the cardigan: 9
The pictures already showed a floating-like fabric. I just hoped the fabric was a bit more firm, but that also leads automatically to a higher price range.
True to Image & size: 6,5
The color on the images look more dark and colorful. The cardigan I received has a more pastel-like tint. The sleeves of this cardigan should go all the way up to my wrists. But mine turned out to be a ¾ type of sleeve.
Overal rating: 7.3

Including the fast shipping time, the nice ordering help and price-quality ratio, I would rate this shop a 8.3.

Scarf | Zaful
Cardigan | Zaful






  1. saim
    December 9, 2016 / 1:00 pm

    This scarf is so pretty..

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Eva runs “Eveoaks” since 2015 which quickly grew into an edgy and streetstyle based fashion blog.  She has worked with brands like Booking.com, Rituals, Livera, Jo Malone, Esprit, Vero Moda, Arket, Monki, Chiquelle and many more.