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If you could only buy clothes from one shop...?

(156 Posts)
Coastingit Fri 15-May-15 12:23:59

Mine would be Uniqlo.

I love everything in it - basics like tees and knitwear, and always gorgeous dresses in natural fibres in the summer. Silk shirts, jeans, perfect stripey tops - it's got it all.

SirChenjin Fri 15-May-15 12:25:52

Boden - not because I like its image (iykwim) but I just like everything they produce (minus the more extreme patterns...) - and they do petite, yay!

nipersvest Fri 15-May-15 12:27:29

tk maxx, although uniqlo would be a very close second choice.

Tweezertastic Fri 15-May-15 12:28:17

Dotty ps

LaurieFairyCake Fri 15-May-15 12:28:24

Either Boden or Phase Eight

I've just been on Uniqlo and I think it's the worst site ever - 30 pages of dresses you can't sort so I can't do lowest price first, I have to click on every dress to see if they have it in my size (they never do) - I have never managed to buy anything from them.

chocolateyy Fri 15-May-15 12:33:51

Phase Eight or White Company for me.

I'm a HUGE fan of linen, and floaty/baggy clothes.

DramaAlpaca Fri 15-May-15 12:35:25

Boden. Excluding the hotchpotch stuff of course, and always with a discount code.

dexter73 Fri 15-May-15 12:36:20

It would probably be Uniqlo for me too.

CoconutAmericano Fri 15-May-15 12:37:52

Cos for me

LesleyKnopeFan Fri 15-May-15 12:39:01

Zara for me......tho I struggled between here, Top Shop and Whistles.

LesleyKnopeFan Fri 15-May-15 12:39:51

Here? I don't sell clothes, I meant there..... grin

gunnsgirl Fri 15-May-15 12:40:19

I think I'd go for Dotty P's. I've bought more and more from there over the years. Their sizing is consistent and available. I don't think I'd go bare.

mewkins Fri 15-May-15 12:48:15

Gap for me.

msrisotto Fri 15-May-15 12:50:58

White stuff

Or, Banana Republic but only those in America. BR in the UK is shit.

usualsuspect333 Fri 15-May-15 12:51:33


BikeRunSki Fri 15-May-15 12:53:45

I think it would be Uniqlo, but none in the north of England and judging by the website nothing would fit me (curvy 14).

So it would be Gap.

miaowmix Fri 15-May-15 12:54:03

Hush or J Crew for smarter.

Leviticus Fri 15-May-15 12:57:13

TK Maxx is cheating surely?

startwig1982 Fri 15-May-15 12:58:36

White stuff or Boden.

RightSideOfWrong Fri 15-May-15 12:59:04

ASOS grin

MadisonMontgomery Fri 15-May-15 12:59:29

Probably Boden. Nothing patterned but I like their knitwear, basics & their petite range.

Nabootique Fri 15-May-15 12:59:46

H&M for me. It's the only place where I ALWAYS find something I like, and so cheap! I don't think the quality is bad for the price either, stuff always washes okay for me.

dingit Fri 15-May-15 13:03:36

Another vote for DP smile

morethanpotatoprints Fri 15-May-15 13:10:34

BHS as i like DP and a few bits from Wallis.

Yokohamajojo Fri 15-May-15 13:11:48

Vero Moda, not sure they have their own shop or only concessions but I love their clothes, Danish I think

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