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Two hours in London today - best dept store for sale hunting?

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dragonsarebest Fri 08-Jul-16 08:52:40

I'll have a couple of hours spare after work meetings today, where should I head to? I normally work down Regent Street and individual shops, but popped into Liberty last week and was amazed by the range and reductions. So does anywhere else still have decent sale stock? I was thinking Selfridge's, House of Fraser - any other recs? I'll only realistically have time for one I think. Meetings are central. Thanks!

sleepwhenidie Fri 08-Jul-16 08:57:15


Bolshybookworm Fri 08-Jul-16 09:08:54

Also selfridges!

dragonsarebest Fri 08-Jul-16 09:19:07

OK! Selfridges it is - thanks! flowers Any particular floors you'd recommend for sale stuff or is it everywhere? I can find dept stores quite overwhelming so any insights would be gratefully received.

polyhymnia Fri 08-Jul-16 09:24:50

Selfridges is really huge so just go to the areas you like best/want to see most, eg there is a whole floor of shoes!

polyhymnia Fri 08-Jul-16 09:26:35

Of course Harvey Nichols is also enjoyable - and much smaller.

Scoose Fri 08-Jul-16 09:38:45

Definitely selfridges!

sleepwhenidie Fri 08-Jul-16 13:21:45

Depends very much on your budget (or lack thereof!) if you are very flush go for 2nd floor - Balenciaga, Celine etc. Otherwise 3rd floor is great-Zadig, Maje, Kooples, Theory, Whistles, AllSaints etc

dragonsarebest Fri 08-Jul-16 15:54:03

Thank you S&B, I had a lovely leisurely wander around Selfridges and am now on the train home with a fab isabel marant etoile dress, reduced from £255 to £50, and a very pretty kooples summer dress, £78 down from £195! Feeling very pleased with myself and after much online dithering have finally purchased my elopement dress smile

The meetings went pretty well too grin

Toxicity Fri 08-Jul-16 17:25:56

Selfridges or Fenwicks

herecomesthsun Fri 08-Jul-16 19:39:35

if you are eloping you need flowers, cake, wine and , if you go in for that sort of thing, blessings halo

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