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Scott and Scott London cashmere

(6 Posts)
rozzyraspberry Tue 26-Jan-16 21:25:40

Hi - anyone heard of Scott and Scott London cashmere - if so is it good quality?


rozzyraspberry Wed 27-Jan-16 08:51:58

Anyone? smile

QueenofallIsee Wed 27-Jan-16 10:11:36

I have heard of it, as it is a frequent 'flash sale' on Brand Alley but I have never ordered any, sorry! I like Pure for cashmere, and N Peal.

faustina Wed 27-Jan-16 14:53:45

I bought a dressing gown from them which was on Brand Alley. It's really nice! (was only £50!) Haven't washed it yet, but it's meant to be machine washable. It's quite thin so a jumper might be a bit see-through perhaps, but as a dressing gown it's perfect

Ciarabean Tue 13-Dec-16 20:51:15

Just received two cashmere jumpers ordered online through Brand Alley - one for me and one to give as a gift. I ordered a polo neck and a round neck with star design on elbows. Both beautiful quality, design and finish. My new S&S cashmere polo neck is better than the M&S and John Lewis ones I have and cost about the same (£75). Hope that helps!

Cyndyc100 Wed 08-Feb-17 11:14:28

I bought a wrap with a faux fur trim online, which all looked lovely BUT to my horror the faux fur was real fur! I have contacted them to ask them what the deal is but not heard anything. As I bought this online I wasn't able to check it personally and I really only suspected that it was real fur when I started reading articles lately about people selling faux fur, which is actually real fur. Too late for any refunds. But I'm just horrified and angry at them selling this stuff given the cruelty these animals endure. No labels either on the garment to indicate that it is real fur. So my advice, don't buy from them, goodness knows what else they are flogging off as one thing, only to find it's something else.

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