Start with the elephant in the room Maxedlevel clothing is 100% on-demand. You’re afraid because you’ve learned of drop shipment and/or you have probably had a poor online shopping experience before. DBZ, anime & classic games I lovemaking because it’s an art to work
I personally find the most simple, boring, and frankly pretty lame possibilities. So my idea was to infuse LA streetwear into the fashion that I’d like to wear because I can’t give you things that I don’t want to wear.
Based on our taste, we market our clothes. Do we think that we are too expensive? Nice. Mad. Will we will our price due to opinions? No
We know the time we put in our company. We know the importance and quality of our designs, the availability of 100s of models, the development of our collaborations, and showcasing all our clothing. Many of our clients appreciate all the appreciate we deliver.
I placed an order for an Eva hoodie and waited a month for it to arrive ( which seemed okay due to covid.) But then I got an email saying the plant had to close due to covid and that my size and colour were no longer available. They then stated that if I didn’t respond, they may be able to provide me a replacement or a refund; I responded that I wanted a different colour, and then I had to wait even longer. Nothing happened, I messaged the maximum level page on Facebook, nothing happened, and I re-emailed to see if anybody would respond, but nothing happened. It’s a pity since I spotted the website on Tiktok and assumed it was legitimate; the prints are adorable.
EDIT* I received the replacement I requested; it is the correct size, and they even provided me the colour I wanted, which was not an option. So I’m beginning to believe it took therefore long because it was a unique order, so I’m pleasantly surprised and pleased with the result. I believe I’ll buy more since the interior of the sweater is very soft and toasty, which I love.
This book is so good that even before I finished it, I had to go out and purchase the next two since I knew I’d be eager for more. If you like isekai or reincarnation stories, this is a must-read; I’d compare it to “that time I got reincarnated as a slime” (and no, it’s not because of slimes), mostly because there isn’t a heavy focus on fighting, or the protagonist going out of their way to abuse their strength, and the world building is excellent.
I’ll confess right away that I’m new to the light novel community. I’ve only read three books in this “category,” but this is by far the worst.
Don’t get me wrong: I don’t think it’s terrible. They have an excellent writing style, particularly for a translation (there were no typos or other errors). In that regard, it’s a pleasant read.
In this novel, however, nothing occurs. That is to say, reading the table of contents will provide you with approximately the same amount of storey information as reading the actual chapters. The characters aren’t well-developed. They go places and do things, and that’s all there is to it.
“Didn’t I say to make my skills ordinary in my next life?” is a calm, laid-back storey with an all-female cast that I suggest. Its writing style is a little more straightforward, but the characters are a lot more fun to follow.
I initially noticed this light book in my Amazon recommendations, and it piqued my interest straight away. I decided to check it out, and I’m glad I did!
This light novel is both an Isekai (being imprisoned, reincarnated, or transferred to a new realm, for those unfamiliar with the word) and a slice of life comedy (a realistic portrayal of daily events). This is more of a lighthearted storey following a 300 year old witch as she tries to keep a life of leisure after it is discovered she has reached level 99. If you’re into Isekai like That time I got reincarnated as a Slime, this one probably isn’t for you; this is more of a lighthearted storey following a 300 year old witch as she tries to keep a life of leisure after it is discovered she has reached level 99.
After dying from overworking, Azusa Aizawa is reborn in a new realm, where she encounters an angel who asks her what she wants in her future life. When Azusa requests to live a long and tranquil life, she is sent to a new realm where she is transformed into a witch who can transfer mana, preventing her from ageing. Azusa starts hunting slimes in the new world to earn enough money to meet her basic needs and live a tranquil existence. She finds she has achieved level 99 after 300 years. Normally, such a high level would make you happy, but Azusa knows that once others find out, her quiet existence would be over. Azusa tries to prevent the news from spreading, but it’s not always that easy.
I was drawn to this light book because it blended three of my favourite genres: Isekai, Slice of Life, and humour. Again, this is a lighthearted tale, so people who are more interested in Isekai with huge fights, rivals, betrayals, and so on will likely be disappointed. Without the danger of the Demon King, adult themes, or fan service, this is more Konosuba.