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Long line vest tops - where?!

(15 Posts)
PAsSweetOrangeLurve Mon 14-Oct-13 20:02:24

My usual places for long line vest tops iare H&M or New Look, but neither have many options in at the moment.

I just want plain - preferably not ribbed - long line vests in a good mix of colours; the usual black, grey etc. but I'd also like to try and find somewhere that has a nice variety of colours as well.

ChubbyKitty Mon 14-Oct-13 20:04:23

Marking my place with no shame whatsoever as I love a good long line vest.

Less chance of belly escape horrorgrin

cafecito Mon 14-Oct-13 20:26:29

I bought a few in a Kate Kuba store - long, very long really well fitting jersey vest tops in black, navy - they also have green white etc (and think were in the sale)

other than that - I have had long jersery tops from Isabella oliver / Baujken website before and always a code floating about

mewkins Mon 14-Oct-13 20:31:47 have good cotton/elastane long vests in lots of colours. They are great quality and 12 pounds.

mojojomo Mon 14-Oct-13 20:48:21
Rattitude Tue 15-Oct-13 00:12:40

Dunnes Stores.

They are only £5 and great quality. I have bought four already and have just placed an order for two more.

Imwoodword Tue 15-Oct-13 00:44:53

Miss Selfridge have some really long ones (cover my arse) and are quite comfy.

CeliaFate Tue 15-Oct-13 08:07:53

Long Tall Sally have a good range at the moment.

SoupDragon Tue 15-Oct-13 08:18:58

Another vote for Esprit - they have free delivery and free returns too.

Isthisme Tue 15-Oct-13 14:06:43

Miss Selfridge (Long scoop vests) really good, I've got 4. 2 for £12 - which they must always be as I got mine months back on the same offer.

Happygirl77 Tue 15-Oct-13 14:29:46

I have a load of cheap and cheerful ones from Primark - bought them in the summer so no idea if currently available but recommended!

PAsSweetOrangeLurve Tue 15-Oct-13 18:43:16

I've always had Primark ones before, but you don't seem to be able to buy them without the adjustable straps - which I don't like as the little plastic rings are uncomfortable and always end up snapping.

Thank you for the recommendations about Esprit - there is a store near me so I will go and check them out in person. The basics range looks very good and looks as if there is lots of stuff there that I would usually wear. Good tip about Dunnes as well - I never would have thought to look in there!

Rattitude Tue 15-Oct-13 19:14:11

I got my Dunnes vests from a store, which was good as it gave me a chance to try them (Size-wise, I got a 10 when I am usually 12 for tops; I wanted a fitted look though).

In the stores, they don't seem to have all the colours: they only had the grey, black, nude and white options in my local store.

I have now ordered the burgundy (for my Mum), and the oatmeal and teal (for me) online.

They are really really long too.

Choccyjules Tue 15-Oct-13 19:18:54

Still happily wear my maternity ones, no difference except longer and kinder to the tum area!

duvetheaven Tue 15-Oct-13 20:09:01

Thanks Ratitude , those vests look great at Dunnes.

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