Would you buy a moody copy of your favourite designer brand, as long as it looked good enough?
You’d know it was fake. But would you be fine with that as long as nobody else knew?
Think about it: ray ban outlet you’d be ripping off someone else’s Intellectual Property on the basis that you looked “good”.
Whoever sat & created the original, would be losing out on a profit because you wanted to do more than just admire it. Sure it’s a compliment to the designer, but it’s also a bit oakley outlet of a slap in the face as you’re not thanking them the way discount oakley they’d like.
It’s like asking for the KFC recipe because you loved the flavour of their batter; and then forever making your own fried chicken that tasted exactly the same, happily taking credit for the compliments. It’s cheeky & it’s stealing.
Yeah, yeah I know it happens the world over: bootleg CD’s, cheap DVD’s and so on. But DIY Louboutins? 😯 Oh no. Please no!
…Well unfortunately, yes. Yahoo News published an article earlier this month, claiming that cheap nfl jerseys DIY stores have seen the sale of red paint tester pots rise & haircut magazines are even beginning to include tutorials and tips on how best to paint shoe soles.
Even if they looked good, I’d feel a cheap China Jerseys phony strutting around in hand made Loubies…how about you?
[easy_sign_up title=”Just in case you haven’t already joined my mailing list…”]