175 Orchard St., New York, NY, 10002
nr. Stanton St.
By kimmyerin on 2/28/2009
Daha is a wonderland of clothes but the customer service def left me wondering. After purchasing a $110 coat with destroyed buttons, the clerk took $20 off the price. Once I got home, I realized that the lining on the arm and the entire hem was totally ripped with safety pins keeping it in place. Rather than giving me a store credit for half the amount I paid for it (which is all I asked for, as I get that they're a small biz), they refused to help me out. "Sorry, hon." Seriously!!?!?! That sucks. I got fleeced. Moral of the story fellow vintage shoppers: Daha does not dry clean or fix their vintage and they charge a redic amount for it. For the price, not worth it.
By luciblue on 8/10/2009
stumbled upon daha while traipsing around the LES, spied a feragammo saddle bag in near-perfect condition. totally worth it. LOTS of famous-designer clothing in very good condition [tons and tons of shoes and boots], although always check things out before you buy them anyway.