Sheree Whitfield‘s sports brand SHE By Shereé became a talking point after the season finale of Real Housewives of Atlanta.
The reasons were the company’s most anticipated fashion show and the various issues people encountered while purchasing an item on the site. On September 4th, fans saw firsthand how Whitfield pulled through the event and the pieces that, despite many setbacks, were part of the SHE By Shereé collection.
One of the setbacks was production problems with their clothes. Although Whitfield later revealed that she booked the venue for the SHE By Shereé fashion show, the 52-year-old shared that she was having trouble getting the clothes that would be featured on the show.
She said: “I have outsourced some work to a production house in New York and she has promised she will have everything on time, but she has nothing for me at the moment. I don’t know what I’m getting, how many parts I’m getting, and I’m frustrated.”
While Whitfield described the many emotions she felt, such as B. Anger, she opened up about previous issues she had when trying to throw the company’s first show in 2008, including not providing guests with samples due to poor production.
She added: “I see red. I’m starting to have flashbacks, PTSD from the no fashion runway show 14 years ago. I’m still embarrassed. I cannot and will not allow that to happen again.”
Despite the obstacles, on the day of the event, Whitfield finally received all of the missing clothing items and was able to stage her fashion show. When fans watched the episode and attempted to purchase tracks from the SHE By Shereé website, many claimed they were having trouble accessing the site.
And other people have argued that the clothes Whitfield wore in the runway show during the season finale were not the same clothes advertised on the website.
“Sister, ‘the shop’ on the website doesn’t work. Do we have to wait 14 years for it to be fixed? #RHOA.”
“I went to the website and looked at these sweatpants from #RHOA season 1 and I don’t see any sweatpants, no shirt, not even socks! I clicked the shop link and nothing opened. Dreams by Sheree is a joke! @KenyaMoore laughing at your fake A$$ company and fake baby @andy 2 @IamSheree needs to go.”
“I can’t believe I tried to buy imaginary joggers from a fictional clothing line run by a madwoman…this s–t from Sheree needs to stop #RHOATL #RHOA.”
“Sheree had 3 items on this site (none of which we saw at the last runway show)…. And now the site doesn’t work. Sheree is a fool #RHOA.”
Hours later, after the complaints, Whitfield took to her Instagram story and addressed one of the allegations. She claimed that SHE By Shereé’s page crashed due to fans’ “overwhelming interest” in the product.
Whitfield wrote: “Due to the overwhelming interest in She by Shereé, the influx of love crashes the site. But please understand that we are working on it, so please check back within the next 24 hours. We are working to resolve this quickly.”
The mother-of-three finished her caption by thanking her supporters.
The site remains offline as of this writing and it is unclear when it will be operational.
https://atlantablackstar.com/2022/09/05/sheree-whitfield-pulls-off-fashion-show-but-website-crashes-fans-want-to-know-how-much-longer-do-they-have-to-wait-for-it-to-be-fixed/ “Sister, ‘the shop’ on the website isn’t working”