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Personal shoppers

(10 Posts)
tortoise Tue 30-May-06 20:54:12

Can anyone tell which high street stores have personal shoppers please?
I need an outfit for court and wondered if this would be the best way to do it.
TIA

Earlybird Tue 30-May-06 21:04:14

I think most of the department stores have them - Harvey Nicks, Selfridges, John Lewis, Liberty, etc. Not sure about any of the high street chains....

jennifersofia Tue 30-May-06 21:08:49

I asked at Selfridges but they said that they do have them but you have to spend at least 1.5k. (That ruled me out!)

grumpyfrumpy Tue 30-May-06 21:10:03

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Earlybird Tue 30-May-06 21:17:44

js - I've used two different people at Selfridges. I was never told there was a minimum - though this may be a new policy since it's been a couple of years since I was there. Not sure it's practical though - what if you don't find anything you like/want?

But, what was true at Selfridges is that you had to book quite a few weeks in advance....unless you were lucky enough to get a cancellation.

Diplomacy Tue 30-May-06 21:25:11

John Lewis do. I went to a work presentation there with them and they were very good. It is pretty booked up so act quickly

Twiglett Tue 30-May-06 21:28:56

john lewis and debenhams .. its free and no commission to personal shoppers

go for it .. its fab

controlfreaky2 Tue 30-May-06 21:34:50

really good idea. i went to selfridges personal shopping service with friend (oxford street) and absolutely free with no obligation to buy... was good.

tortoise Tue 30-May-06 21:44:00

Thanks for the replies.Not sure if there is a selfridges or John lewis in my local town.Will look on friday when i go in.Failing that i will just have to go in a shop and ask for help.I have no one i can take with me for advice.

controlfreaky2 Tue 30-May-06 22:03:20

good idea. find assistant you like the look of if possible, someone about your age and who looks as though they make an effort to make the best of their appearance. pick a store whose stuff you like... and go for it. good luck

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