What I Wore This Week 273

A blonde woman is wearing an oversized grey sweater, Adidas track pants, moto boots, a vintgae blazer, a flat cap, and a vintage Louis Vuitton bag.

A blonde woman is wearing a lady cardigan, vintage Levi's, black boots, and a vintage LV bag.

A blonde woman is wearing a yellow sweater, vintage Levis, ballet flats, and a Balenciaga bag.

A blonde woman is wearing an Anine Bing sweater, trousers, Sambas, and a Balenciaga bag.

Outfit 1 – Sweater | Vintage Blazer (similar) | Flat Cap | Track Pants | Moto Boots | Vintage Bag
Outfit 2 – Lady Cardigan | Vintage Levis | Boots (similar) | Vintage Bag
Outfit 3 – Sweater | Vintage Jeans | Flats | Handbag
Outfit 4 – Sweater | Trousers | Sambas | Bag

Besides the week and a half that was pretty cold, I feel like I have been dressing for spring or fall. Barely any snow, and what fell has already melted.

No sun, just doom and gloom. And if I am being honest, it kind of sucks because I am taking this as a preview of what summer will be like.

Hotter than last year? I don’t even know how that will be functional.

It is like a perpetual feeling of weather dread, along with the dread of the cost of living and grocery prices.

Not fun times.

When you find something on Poshmark that you like, but aren’t going to buy just yet, do you “like” or heart it so it saves to your likes list?

I do this all the time to keep track of things and do comparison shopping, but apparently, many Poshmark sellers get mad.

They see it as an intent to buy so they send you an offer usually within minutes and if you don’t jump on it, it pisses them off according to the Poshmark selling Facebook and Reddit pages.

I search on there and I see that feature as a save, and Poshmark also has it listed as a save function. How else are you supposed to keep track of what caught your eye?

Sellers can be so hardcore. Anyway, I just liked around 7 pairs of vintage Levi’s and got offers from 4 of them within 2 minutes.

I’m sure they are cursing me right now. But just because I am not buying today doesn’t mean I won’t return another day.

I know this seems like a weird thing to bitch about but sellers on those sites get so aggressively angry about it. There are a million posts about this topic every day.

It’s obnoxious. I appreciate when people like my stuff. It gives me a good idea of what grabs people’s attention and allows me to figure out if it is the product, or if I presented the image better, etc.

So feel free to like and favourite things, some of us actually find it helpful.

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Sara is the founder and creative behind livelovesara. A George Brown College Fashion Styling Graduate, she provides advice on finding your personal style regardless of age and budget. She is always on the hunt for the perfect wardrobe piece and is a vintage and thrifting enthusiast who can't wait to share her newest finds. She is also trying to learn French.


  1. oof, the poshmark reddit page is an interesting one. sometimes when i “like” something and get an immediate offer, it’s then followed up with what i’m interpreting as a passive aggressive dig? sales pitch? as to why i’m not jumping at their offer. like you said, i just want to save it, think about it, and i’ll come back to it if and when i’m ready.

    • It really is. I actually just scroll through and never post because it can be so over the top. The agressive sales techniques are a huge turn off. They are the people that message you as soon as the item gets marked delivered telling you to accept it even if you aren’t home. The save button is a very polarizing topic too 😂

  2. I always thought of the heart as a save as well? I heart things all the time on Vestiaire? To be honest I don’t really care if sellers get mad as clearly there is a disconnect between what users are using the function for and what they think it is for.

    • That’s it’s purpose but apparently the topic is polarizing. Some even going so far as to block people who like but don’t buy immediately. Too much drama for me. I’ll continue to like, just as I always have.

  3. Honestly, I am about to remove all my stuff from Poshmark.. people can be so mean up there.. for some reason I can’t get my notifications anymore and I work 50 hours a week/commute so I don’t check it but once a week.. had someone buy something which they contacted and said it was perfect thanks then left me feedback as unresponsive.. apparently I missed a comment the first time bc of the issue (which I explained and apologized and answered them as soon as I saw it).. I’ve missed sales and it varies widely how people treat people.. gonna throw in the towel and send all my stuff to thredup

    • People definitely can be assholes on there. It’s a lot of drama but there are also a lot of decent buyers and sellers. I’ve heard some sketchy thinks about thredup though so I’m not certain who would be the worse of two evils in this situation. It sucks about the notifications. I’ve noticed so weird glitches lately, Poshmark needs to get the app bugs figured out, that’s for sure.

  4. Agree with the weather dread…feel like the tipping point has been reached and govt isn’t doing all they need to.

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