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> romp boutique, any boutique at penang/kedah/perak?

ryo_ken
post Jul 20 2010, 10:54 PM, updated 8y ago

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i want go for shopping spree, and i prefer romp's stuffs because its cheap but as good as topman and other expensive boutique. anyone know where can i find it in penang? or somewhere in kedah or perak. im lazy to go kl. tongue.gif
arold88
post Jul 20 2010, 11:06 PM

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heheh..
baru td pg romp sunway..
nice collction there got....
hmpir2 buy a slua there
ryo_ken
post Jul 20 2010, 11:20 PM

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waaaa. sunway jauh ma.. T_T
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post Jul 20 2010, 11:38 PM


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QUOTE(ryo_ken @ Jul 20 2010, 10:54 PM)
i want go for shopping spree, and i prefer romp's stuffs because its cheap but as good as topman and other expensive boutique. anyone know where can i find it in penang? or somewhere in kedah or perak. im lazy to go kl. tongue.gif
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I beg to differ. As a frequent patron of ROMP back in my teenage years, I now regret every purchase I have made there due to the following reasons:
1. Fixed size garments - either if fits you or it does not. This brand is targeted at consumers with a typical physique.
2. Horrible fabric - quality deteriorates noticeably even after the first wash, some garments become stiff and creases very easily
3. Bad tailoring work - seams and threads unravel fairly easily.
4. Short lifespan - due to reason 1 & 2 above.
5. Top up a little bit more and local brands such as Padini can even offer you much better apparels with better price:quality ratio compared to ROMP's. Better yet, shop in F.O.S (which you can find in Queensbay Mall, Penang) or Brands Outlet with the same budget you set aside for ROMP's apparels.

I guess it (ROMP) is only catered to teenagers who like the style of their garments which carry a little bit of punk element.

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Anyway, I checked a few websites of malls in Penang like Queensbay Mall and Penang Times Square but found no ROMP outlets.

This post has been edited by Fusion[eX]: Jul 20 2010, 11:41 PM
ryo_ken
post Jul 21 2010, 12:26 AM

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QUOTE(FusioneX @ Jul 20 2010, 11:38 PM)
I beg to differ. As a frequent patron of ROMP back in my teenage years, I now regret every purchase I have made there due to the following reasons:
1. Fixed size garments - either if fits you or it does not. This brand is targeted at consumers with a typical physique.
2. Horrible fabric - quality deteriorates noticeably even after the first wash, some garments become stiff and creases very easily
3. Bad tailoring work - seams and threads unravel fairly easily.
4. Short lifespan - due to reason 1 & 2 above.
5. Top up a little bit more and local brands such as Padini can even offer you much better apparels with better price:quality ratio compared to ROMP's. Better yet, shop in F.O.S (which you can find in Queensbay Mall, Penang) or Brands Outlet with the same budget you set aside for ROMP's apparels.

I guess it (ROMP) is only catered to teenagers who like the style of their garments which carry a little bit of punk element.

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Anyway, I checked a few websites of malls in Penang like Queensbay Mall and Penang Times Square but found no ROMP outlets.
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thanks for the info! ok i will try to check out for other store. but i still love romp especially their jeans and jackets. xD
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post Jul 21 2010, 12:33 AM


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QUOTE(ryo_ken @ Jul 21 2010, 12:26 AM)
thanks for the info! ok i will try to check out for other store. but i still love romp especially their jeans and jackets. xD
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Their jeans are still alright. You just need to be careful of their pants, shirts and tees. wink.gif
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post Jul 21 2010, 09:10 AM

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wa....my gf bought many of romps item...
but till dis day..still ok ...kot?heheh...
many choice
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post Jul 27 2010, 06:51 PM

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QUOTE(FusioneX @ Jul 20 2010, 11:38 PM)
I beg to differ. As a frequent patron of ROMP back in my teenage years, I now regret every purchase I have made there due to the following reasons:
1. Fixed size garments - either if fits you or it does not. This brand is targeted at consumers with a typical physique.
2. Horrible fabric - quality deteriorates noticeably even after the first wash, some garments become stiff and creases very easily
3. Bad tailoring work - seams and threads unravel fairly easily.
4. Short lifespan - due to reason 1 & 2 above.
5. Top up a little bit more and local brands such as Padini can even offer you much better apparels with better price:quality ratio compared to ROMP's. Better yet, shop in F.O.S (which you can find in Queensbay Mall, Penang) or Brands Outlet with the same budget you set aside for ROMP's apparels.

I guess it (ROMP) is only catered to teenagers who like the style of their garments which carry a little bit of punk element.

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Anyway, I checked a few websites of malls in Penang like Queensbay Mall and Penang Times Square but found no ROMP outlets.
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totally agreed..
i used to own one t-shirt from tough..
then i pass by romp..i saw imitation there. although the design are the same, the quality wasn;t.. lol to romp..
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post Jul 27 2010, 07:25 PM

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Romp sucks...the fabric quality is inferior

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