This blogshop belongs to Mega and her sister who both have a big passion for passion. She has a personal blog which you can view here. They specalise in lady wear. They have retail space at KissJane @ Bugis Junction #03-13A and KissJane @ 1 Harbourfront walk #02-231/232 (near linkway to harbourfront).
This local blogshop is chock full of lace, embroidery and florals, so its overall style is sweet and girly. It’s definitely my go-to store for skirts and dresses, because I love the intricacy and attention to detail. The prices are slightly on the high side, with a pair of shorts costing almost $30, but I feel that the quality of the apparel justifies the price.
My only gripe about Megagamie is that its stocks run out way too fast! Whenever a new collection comes up, interested buyers will have to camp for the clothes they want. That is to say, when the collection is about to be launched, customers will have to wait by their computers and refresh the webpage repeatedly, to snap up the highly-coveted pieces. Those who can’t get what they want will then have to wait for backorders. I feel that this is quite unfair for other buyers, who will have to wait at least 2 weeks to get their clothes. If Megagamie could bring in more stocks for their more popular items, I’m sure customers will appreciate it.
I would say that Megagamie is certainly more suited for women in the mid-20s range. Their pieces are always prim and proper and so amazingly classy. The best thing is, they almost always self-manufacture their pieces - this I really do adore, because there's nothing more I abhor than to find myself wearing the exact same piece of clothing as a stranger on the street.
Quality is pristine, and for such amazing details and femininity, I certainly don't mind paying a little over $30!
However, I've stopped shopping with them recently for a number of reasons.
One problem I have is that as all their photo-shoots are done outdoors, I'm never sure if the colour of the item is true to that in the photo.
Furthermore, the descriptions of items aren't always helpful. For example, it's not always clear whether a pair of trousers is high- or mid-waist, or what sort of closure (button or zip or elastic waist) and what material it is made of.
In addition, the quality of their clothes is not very consistent. While some of their crochet items are really exquisite, some other items come with buttons merely hanging off loose threads. (I had to reinforce the buttons of a brand new skirt.)
Finally, some of their items, even in the smallest sizes, are not really made for the more petite ladies in my opinion.
Nevertheless, their service is still pretty decent e.g. polite and decently prompt replies to emails. Their clothes are also always unique so as long as I can find a size that fits and I'm certain of the quality (read reviews and check out the items in brick and mortar stores first), I would buy Megagamie's self-manufactured items!
Prices are reasonable for they provide high quality clothes with intricate designs. Buy one of their crotchet/lacey tops and you will understand what I am talking about. Most of the clothes, if not all, are self manufactured and you will not be able to find them at other online stores. Customer service is great and I always get prompt replies for my e-mails. Although I really like the clothes, sometimes I do not get them because they are always sold out very fast. Blame it on my slowness! If you are looking to get a piece from them, make sure to camp beside your laptop at least 5-10 minutes in advance before the launch timing ;)