Dealman Reviews

Dealman is an online ecommerce company which offer latest fashion wearables like hoodies, casuals, suits, formals, Shirts, jackets, jeans, pants, tees, dresses, footwear and accessories. They provide products which are latest in fashion and top on trend. Here are few customer scenarios which Dealman had to deal with and see how they resolved it to have a satisfied and happy returning customer.

What People Think About the Difference in Pricing

Dealman offers various branded clothes and claims to have cheapest and best deals across. Once a customer came up and complained that he has bought reebok sun glares which were priced at $56 on Dealman however on reebok website it was marked at $50. Dealman customer care personal quickly noticed it and sent it to concerned department. Within two weeks the prices were corrected on Dealman website and refund with a complimentary gift was sent to the respective customer. Customer was overjoyed and came back to Dealman to make more purchases in recent past.

Delayed Delivery Related Issues

A customer recently shared his story on a website where he appreciated Dealman conviction to have a happy customer. He said that he made a purchase on Dealman and the delivery was supposed to be within fifteen days however it was not delivered in thirty days. He then wrote to Dealman customer care and asked for his products. The Dealman customer care representative explained that the product was found damaged while being shipped and so was returned to the store and a new piece was in transition which may reach within next two days. To my surprise just two hour from my conversation with Dealman I got a call from delivery man who handed over some gift vouchers with my package saying that these are credits for your service gesture due to delay in the delivery and inconvenience caused.

On Fastest Delivery

I am a dad of two teenagers and somehow forgot the birthday of one of my daughter. I remembered only fifteen days prior and wanted to gift her something she likes. I have heard them discussing about Dealman and their products. So I went on the website and made certain purchases and order fast delivery which was available for just few dollars. I happened to make a note while ordering the urgency I am in and want no delay. To my surprise , my package was sent within 48 hours to my doorstep and all fresh and fashionable. I could make up for my daughter’s birthday and all thanks to Dealman.


Reviews on Refund and Cancelled Product

Once I ordered a large junk of products from Dealman. I must say it’s just very difficult to stop shopping on Dealman, once you have been on the website you just keep browsing and adding products to your cart for hours without even realizing how long you have been there. They keep updating it so often that every time you would login you would have a whole new set of products. By chance I ordered for around $2000 dollars but put wrong address. The amount got deducted from my bank account. Its only after one week when I wanted to check the delivery status, that I got to know that I forgot to update my address and the products were shipped to my old address. I was horrified and quickly in haste just cancelled my order. I was nervous as it was $2000 at stake. By evening I got an email from Dealman customer representative that my order has been cancelled successfully and I will receive a check for the amount to be refunded. To my surprise within two days a Delivery man called me and submitted me my $2000 check which passed without any trouble.

Thought on Color Mismatch

I ordered an army jacket from Dealman site since it was too much in trend and Dealman was offering the best prices. It was a branded one and I wanted it so much. It took them around fifteen days to deliver my packet. I was very excited and opened the packet as soon as I received it. I tried the jacket, it fitted perfectly. I was to go on a date with my fiancé and decided to wear it with a pair of newly bought jeans. I was wearing it for a while flaunting it all over my house, when my mother pointed out that there was slight discoloration on backside of my jacket. I got upset and called Dealman customer care number mentioned on the bill. The customer care representative very patiently heard the whole story and apologized for the inconvenience. Then she said that one of their representative will visit us within two days and will take back the damaged piece and a new fresh piece will be dispatched to reach me within next ten days. I wanted to wear it on my date, so queried about fast delivery. She said that by paying few extra dollars I can get my package within two days, to which I agreed. To my surprise the new piece was delivered to me within 48 hours and they did not charge me extra dollars as a compensation to my inconvenience. I liked the way Dealman dealt with my problem and understood the urgency and provided a solution plus they know how to make up for their mistakes. I love Dealman.

Refund Processed Reviews

I ordered a few pair of jeans on Dealman thinking they were branded and would be of good quality, but to my surprise I was not satisfied with deal I got and the product seemed to be first copy of original brand. I quickly called customer care and explained my situation. Dealman quickly agreed to refund my amount and it was processed without hassles within two weeks. I am quite impressed with the professional behavior of the site and would be delighted to order again from them for I know if it do not meet my expectations, my money would be refunded. I usually go on their website and order several products at the ease of my home.

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Young entrepreneur launches unique Holywood fashion boutique

A YOUNG Co Down entrepreneur has opened a new women’s fashion boutique in the heart of Holywood.

Nicole Hollinger (24), who hails from the town, has launched Chapter 35, a new retail brand on Church Road, specialising in previously loved and yet to be loved clothes and accessories.

As well as bringing a range of new labels to the town for the first time, the boutique will also focus on second hand casual wear, formal wear, shoes and accessories, all from designer labels, including Gucci, Mulberry and Tommy Hilfiger.

The former events and administration manager at MCE Public Relations in Belfast is excited about her new business venture.

“I have lived in Holywood my whole life and for a long time I have known that there has been a gap in the market for a retailer which sold reasonably priced, high quality clothes and accessories specifically designed for the 20 to 40 age group,” she said.

“It has always been a dream of mine to open my own clothes shop and I was so pleased to secure a unit in such a high traffic location. To see Chapter 35 finally become a reality is the result of many months of planning and hard work and I couldn’t be happier. The name of the shop represents the fact that this is a new chapter in my life and I can’t wait to share it with everyone,” Miss Hollinger added.

Chapter 35 is the latest in a string of new retailers to open in the popular seaside location, further bolstering its appeal as a hub of independently owned shops, cafes and restaurants.

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Weekend Away Fashion Essentials: From City Breaks To Beach Getaways

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Whether it’s the shoes of Cornwall or Ibiza’s Cala d’Hort, there’s nothing better than catching the rays on the golden sands this summer. Keep your suitcase light by packing statement, colourful pieces (dresses, sandals, playsuits), oversized kaftans and pom-pom e-v-e-r-y-thing.

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FASHION NEWS Sydney Fashion Week: 5 Australian designers you need to know

Like a breath of fresh air, Fashion Week Australia blows away the cobwebs with its spontaneous roll call of emerging designers. Here is Vogue’s front row edit of the designers you need to keep your eye on.

  • As the Fashion Week train seems to chug non-stop around the globe these days, the traditional capitals have increasingly looked to what satellite industries like Sydney have to offer. Orchestrated by IMG Worldwide, the annual Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA) – which drew to a close on Friday – sees over 40 local labels vying for international appeal, parading their designs to a diverse audience that spans top-notch department store buyers, international press, heavy-hitting digital influencers and the local glitterati.

    I have always been impressed by the calibre of design talent that has emerged out of Australia – they all offer a unique point of view which is so important.” says fashion and buying director Natalie Kingham, who hosted a poolside show for London-based New Zealand designer Emilia Wickstead as a part of the week’s proceedings. “For me [MBFWA] is about keeping an open mind when attending shows and visiting showrooms – it is less about looking for specific products and more about discovering that exciting new label we know our customer is going to love.” With the southern seasons out of sync with the majority of global markets, a savvy decision to rebrand the week as a cruise event has allowed designers to fall into the June buying calendar – with some of Vogue’s top picks heading to NYC and Paris for sales campaigns in the weeks following their Sydney runway show for Resort 2019.

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    Romance Was Born

    To call Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett’s brand emerging is a stretch on the local scene, yet with plans for a Paris couture showing in July and the launch of their first book, the duo are poised for some serious global attention on the back of their ‘Opal Goddess’ collection, which came prefaced with a Liza Minnelli drag impersonator at a dinner show inside a French-style brasserie in the heart of Sydney’s financial district. A collaboration with the iconic Australian artist and designer Jenny Kee saw Romance Was Born’s theatrical party tops and frocks transformed into radical flapper outfits accessorised with chandelier tiaras and circus makeup. Their celebration of a uniquely Australian sense of whimsy is charming, infectious, and all their own.

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    Double Rainbouu

    Ksubi alumni Tobey Jones and Mikey Nolan have carved out a high-octane niche for themselves with Double Rainbouu; what started as a tongue-in-cheek collection of bowling shirts and boardshorts in acidic tropical prints has blossomed into a full punk-meets-shoegaze wardrobe for boys and girls alike. The transformation of a dingy Sydney pub into a pulsing, rave-y fashion show (and ensuing after-party) bridged worlds for the pair – appealing equally to their own past as disciples of the Sydney underground electro club scene as it did to a new generation of millennial clientele eager to replicate the effortless urban vs. beachwear style. With clothes like these, the message falls somewhat towards a vintage anti-fashion statement, with idiosyncratic fits (cropped tops, a long sleeve or short shorts, perhaps) and a healthy dose of attitude key to nailing their nonchalant, devil-may-care sense of coastal cool.

    Photo: WireImage

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Albus Lumen

Marina Afonina’s label Albus Lumen has rapidly risen to become one of the quiet highlights of Australian fashion – proof that a new generation of antipodeans has woken up to the sort of sophisticated minimalism that resort wear (and exotic summer getaways) really chimes with. From button-down kaftans to slinky knits and floaty silk sundresses, Afonina’s edited, subtle colourways, accommodating fits and humble, unfussy fabrications are proving a hit with key retailers such as Matches Fashion and Net-A-Porter. “Marina is also a stylist,” says Net-A-Porter’s retail fashion director Lisa Aiken, “so her taste level is impeccable. Whether it’s a swimsuit, cover-up or hat, everything in her collections are done so beautifully.” Inspired by Pablo Picasso, her Resort 2019 show channeled an unflinching vision of the artist’s daughter Paloma which, though beautifully executed, missed just a dash of local flair.

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Ten Pieces

Like Double RainbouuTen Pieces is another product of Sydney’s inner circle, the brainchild of restaurant impresario Maurice Terzini of Bondi Icebergs fame and his design partner wife Lucy Hinckfuss. Paraded around Terzini’s iconic clifftop restaurant, the year-old label’s second show tackled the oh-so-Sydney dress code that pairs urban jersey pieces with slouchy tailoring. Not quite the way Rick Owens does (though Terzini is a self-professed fan), but with nods to military uniform, on-trend logomania, and a mix-and-match approach to unisex blazers, baggy tees and slouchy trackpant hybrids.

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    Christopher Esber

    Arguably MBFWA’s most cerebral designer, Christopher Esber’s elevated creations are on a par with the kind of sensual, textured studies that have become the bread and butter of directional daywear brands the world over. Like Phoebe Philo’s CélineEsber’s designs contain a pastiche of Japanese and Belgian references, but with a crafty futurism thrown in that this season sees his lovely ribbed knits and linen suits bolstered with evening touches – a pale grey T-shirt striated with pearly veins, a slashed cobalt skirt fringed in swingy bugle beading. A smart call-and-repeat of pyjama flou balanced Esber’s more structured pieces, while the monochrome palette allowed trickier raw-edge, shirt cuff and elastic belt details to do the talking.

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Olivia Munn Just Had Her Best Week in Fashion Ever!


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Get it, Olivia Munn!

The stars and planets must have aligned in the actress’ astrological house, because everything she has done—style wise—has been pure perfection. When starlets are on the promo circuit, they tend to turn up the fashion dial, but it can be hard to be consistent with so many wardrobe changes. While Olivia has been busy hitting the talk-show rounds to promote her new show, Six, on the History channel, she hasn’t missed a mark.

Thanks to stylist Jessica Paster, we’ve experienced a fashion flurry of bold hues, mix-and-match prints, color-blocking, retro jumpsuits, PJ-inspired co-ordinates…the works. And every look has been a sartorial feast for the eyes. The always put-together Munn has become an unexpected fashion plate we didn’t know we needed. Dare we say it: Olivia just had her best week in style, ever.

To re-live all of Olivia’s eye-catching outfits from this week, keep scrolling.

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The designer dress says it all…then bam! You get those vibrant heels.

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This week proved that Olivia is not averse to bold hues, prints and patterns. We’re especially loving how she complemented the Tanya Taylor dress with Casadei pumps and a lip color in the same color family.

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The star just put our sweats and old college tees to shame, wearing a PJ-inspired Adriana Iglesias combo, paired with a nude satin crop top and color-blocked Loriblu sandals, around town.

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The amount of prints and patterns on this Mary Katrantzou ensemble shouldn’t work. On Olivia, it totally does.

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The style star hit the New York City streets Thursday wearing a lace polka-dot top, plaid pants and Christian Louboutin pointy-toe pumps.

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The Newsroom actress was all smiles in a checkered jumpsuit and bold lip. Let’s call this picnic-chic.

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Doggone Divine! See Pups Pose in Outfits Inspired by Met Gala 2018 ‘Heavenly Bodies’ Exhibit

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Call the pupperazzi! The 2018 Met Gala may have come and gone, but the fashion lives on thanks to Anthony Rubio. The New York City-based pet fashion designer re-created some of the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination-themed looks to be included in his forthcoming coffee table book, Canine Couture.

“I was a raised a devout Catholic and was so excited when Heavenly Bodies theme was announced because religion does play such a huge role in influencing history and fashion,” Rubio told of Us Weekly of designing these outfits for pups.

Canine Couture will feature his work along with that of photographers Tammy Swarek, David Ayllon, Robin Hagy, Simply Robb and Mouhsine Idrissi Janati. Rubio plans to donate proceeds from book sales to various rescue organizations including The Guide Dog Foundation.

“I am extremely passionate about animal rescue. I am an advocate for those who have no voices,” he told Us. “I sponsor a dog in training for the last two years to be donated to a person in need. This year it’s a yellow Labrador named Rubio and he will be a seeing-eye dog.”

As for his own dogs Bogie and Kimba — who have more than 8 thousand Instagram followers — Rubio tells Us that his adorable four-legged models are from the same litter, and that he adopted them when they were not yet 3 months old. He added: “I immediately started training them on wearing clothes so they do not mind at all. When dressing them, they happily put their front legs into the armholes and allow me to fasten the garments and put on the head gear or hats.”

Canine Couture is set to be released in July.

Scroll down to see Bogie and Kimba pose in their best Met Gala 2018 looks!

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Week in Fashion: Anne Hathaway Is Having a Very Stylish Ocean’s 8 Press Tour

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Donald Glover
Solange Knowles
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Victoria Beckham
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Kate Middleton Chose Simple, Princess Diana Went Big: A History of Royal Wedding Dresses


In this composite image a comparison has been made between the Royal Wedding cathedral departure images of Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981 (Diana in her voluminous David and Elizabeth Emanuel gown) and that of Prince William with Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (in her Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown) in 2011.

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Tips before you say yes to online wedding dress

FILE - In this April 13, 2018 file photo, bridal fashion from the Amsale collection is modeled during Bridal Fashion Week in New York.  Buying a wedding dress online is a much different experience than doing so in a store. Shopping online can help brides make more clear-headed and less emotion-driven purchases. But it also requires brides to be their own consultants, who are familiar with fabrics, cuts and more.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File) Photo: Bebeto Matthews / Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Carol Hickins’ wedding dress arrived at her office “in a plastic bag inside a brown cardboard box,” she said. The packaging was a “letdown,” she said, but the dress was not. She loved the gown she bought from the Ann Taylor website.

That was in 2013, and Ann Taylor has since stopped selling wedding dresses. But Anthropologie’s bridal line BHLDN has stuck around since launching in 2011, and many other retailers have joined the online market.

Now, brides can buy gowns online from designers like Nicole Miller, luxury stores like Moda Operandi or from a home try-on site like Floravere. They can even browse wedding dresses while buying jeans — H&M, ModCloth and ASOS have bridal lines.

Less emotion

No matter the site, adding a dress to a virtual cart doesn’t pack the same emotional punch as buying one in person — and that can lead to a more clear-headed purchase, said Meg Keene, founder and editor-in-chief of A Practical Wedding, a website for what it calls laid-back, feminist weddings.

You won’t be making that significant financial decision as you cry, your mother gushes and a beaming saleswoman slides a veil into your hair. “You’ll be at home and be able to calmly weigh your options,” Keene said.

But shopping online for a wedding dress is a “more self-guided experience,” said Shelley Brown, fashion and beauty editor at The Knot website, which offers wedding advice and planning resources.

“At a bridal salon, you have someone telling you, ‘Here are your best options, according to all your parameters you gave me.'” she said. Online, “you have to be your own bridal consultant.”

Tips for buying online

If you decide to shop online, how do you become your own consultant? Start with these tips:

Avoid scammy sites: While there’s a range in price and quality among the sites mentioned above, they’re legitimate. Order a dress from one of them, and you should receive a garment that looks close to what you expected.

But some websites steal photos of designer dresses and claim to be selling the same gowns for a 10th of the price, Brown said.

If you see a $300 “designer” dress that is selling elsewhere for $3,000, or if the site includes misspellings, grammatical errors or otherwise “feels off,” Brown says you’re probably looking at counterfeit gowns.

“And when (the dress) arrives, it will look nothing like the photo and will probably be unwearable,” she says.

“If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.”

Read the fine print: Even on legitimate sites, scrutinize the return policy and expected delivery dates. Plan your purchase to receive the dress at least two months before the wedding, Brown said, “just in case you need alterations or in case you change your mind.”

Research fabrics: Because you can’t touch the gowns on websites, Brown suggests learning about what different fabrics look and feel like. Peruse a fabric store, the racks of a bridal salon or your closet to discover what charmeuse feels like versus satin, for example. With this knowledge, you can determine your preferred fabrics and interpret dresses’ online product descriptions.

Learn what flatters your body type: Cuts of dresses look different on each body type. A strapless ball gown, for example, may suit a pear-shaped figure better than someone with an apple shape. (If this sounds more like a fruit salad recipe than shopping advice, search “what’s my body shape” online.)

Read about the best wedding gowns for each body type and research the kinds of dresses your “celebrity doppelganger” wears, Brown said.

“If you have a body type that’s more like Beyonce or like Mindy Kaling or like Taylor Swift, looking at them on the red carpet in different things can actually kind of help you determine what looks best on you,” she said.

Trying on a few types of gowns off the rack to begin with can be helpful, too.

Trust the site’s sizing: Take your measurements, and use them with the website’s size guide. Keep in mind that sizes vary by brand, and that wedding dresses are often sized differently than street clothes. So trust the website if it recommends a size 10 based on your measurements rather than your usual 8.

“Don’t obsess about the number,” Brown says.

After all, your wedding’s approaching — you have other things to obsess about.

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Fashion: Wild Romance

Is it possible to fall in love with a dress? When you find the one that travels from beach to bar and even the office, we think so!

Worth splashing out for: Philosophy’s divine maxi-dresses don’t come cheap, but they’ll look heavenly summer after summer

Top: dress, £555, Kalita, Gold and pearl necklace, £120,

Slip on a billowy maxi, add simple jewellery and you’ve got boho beach style sorted. Bare feet mandatory!

Lace dress, £1,675, Chloé, Necklace, £139,

Striped dress, £305, Dodo Bar Or, Ring, £13.99, Earrings, £85,

Dress, £39.99, Earrings, £85,

Dress, £1,340,

Mulberry’s silk midi will keep working when you’ve left the beach behind. Cinch the waist and add a block heel and sleek tote for the office

Dress, £752, Clube Bossa, Fenwick of Bond Street. Sandals, £155, Ancient Greek Sandals, Ring, £925,

Ruffles, check! Pretty print, check! This silk midi from our favourite new resortwear brand Clube Bossa is a trend-ticking winner

Fashion assistant Stephanie Sofokleous

Make-up Nicky Weir using Laura Mercier

Hair Choccy at One Represents using Bumble and Bumble

Model Marlijn Hoek at Ulla Models

Producer Lucy Coghlan

The YOU fashion team stayed at Almanara luxury boutique hotel and villas, which are located on Diani Beach, Kenya. From around £190 per person per night;


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