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Dorothy Perkins

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kerstina Fri 22-Aug-14 09:12:35

What are your thoughts? I hadn't looked at their clothes for years but looked at their website and ordered a few things in the sale. Found a pretty white top with a diamante trim. Have they improved or have I just grown into their target market ?(middle aged)

mrsnec Fri 22-Aug-14 09:30:20

Im 36 and have been shopping there for years and still would. I find the quality more than acceptable for the price and find it true to size. No complaints from me.

chipsandpeas Fri 22-Aug-14 09:33:25

no complaints from me im 36 as well and its usually one of the first shops i check when im getting new clothes

mrssmith79 Fri 22-Aug-14 09:53:21

I shop there regularly. Some of the basic stuff is, I find, overpriced for what it is and the dress lengths always come up too short for me but other than that it's decent quality and sizing usually comes up true.

andream34 Sun 24-Aug-14 22:55:12

They nearly always seem to have a sale on there, I recently got a fab dress for evenings out for £16. I think they have some lovely stuff at the moment, including casual - bought a pretty casual top for only £9.99. Their sizing is slightly on the big size, but it seems to be consistent.

emsyj Sun 24-Aug-14 23:03:53

I like some of their jeans and they're good for fashion type stuff that you wear for a few weeks then bin - e.g. I bought a jumpsuit from there recently. I wouldn't buy bags, coats or shoes there but I buy jeans, tops and dresses quite often.

lurkingfromhome Mon 25-Aug-14 09:40:19

I completely agree with emsyj. The quality is good for fashion stuff and their slim boyfriend jeans are the best ones I have ever had. I also have a couple of blouses and other tops that always get compliments. Wouldn't buy anything that needs to be of really good quality because I want it to look good and last for years, so no winter coats or anything. I've bought ballet pumps and sandals and they've been great but would steer clear of winter boots.

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