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If I like these shops what others should I look at?

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bluespitfire Wed 05-Aug-15 08:08:21

Some of the shops I like for work clothes are:
Hobbs
Reiss when the cut of clothes isn't too youthful
Boden for the occasional plain dress, none of their crazy patterns
Jigsaw as long as I can bung it in the washing machine
L K Bennett but I can only justify spending that sort of money on one dress a year
White Stuff occasionally when there is something smarter in

Where else should I be looking?

stripytees Wed 05-Aug-15 08:29:32

Finery London

I haven't ordered from them yet but love the look of many of their clothes.

BlairWaldorfLovesShopping Wed 05-Aug-15 09:35:47

Jaeger?
Me & Em?
Banana Republic?

bluespitfire Wed 05-Aug-15 10:13:50

Finery? I've never heard of them, I'll take a look.

Jaeger is somewhere I look occasionally but they always have a lot of navy shifts and I already own a lot of navy shifts!

I've got some Banana Republic clothes for work and casual.

I'll look at Doll & Em.

Thank you smile

bluespitfire Wed 05-Aug-15 10:14:14

Me and Em.

Ooops

Enb76 Wed 05-Aug-15 10:15:03

Have a look at Great Plains

purplemunkey Wed 05-Aug-15 10:15:46

Whistles?

BikeRunSki Wed 05-Aug-15 10:22:04

I shop at those kind of places.

For casual stuff, I have picked up a few nice bits from FatFace (jeans, slim leg sweatpants), Howies (mostly tops, also chinos) and SeaSalt (tops). Workwear - dresses from Phase 8 and Me&Em, skirts from Jigsaw, shirts from Gap. I can never walk into a shop/website and love everything, but I can usually find 1 or 2 things that are just what I am looking for.

missmoon Wed 05-Aug-15 12:32:42

I like the same shops (especially Hobbs, Jigsaw), and also find things I like in JCrew and COS. Also shoes in & Other Stories.

bluespitfire Wed 05-Aug-15 15:28:54

BikeRun that's what I do, buy from lots of different shops.

Miss JCrew is a good idea, I find Cos a bit shapeless generally. I'd like to wear their clothes but they often look like a sack on me!

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