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If you like Hobbs, Karen Millen and LK Bennett but have ginger beer budget, where else do you shop?

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ChanelNo314 Mon 01-Aug-16 11:57:01

I am always looking on line, warehouse, autograph, massimo dutti........ Occasionally I see something I like. I never wear patterns, or very rarely. Like, an edge could be patterned, but not the whole garment.

I find monsoon too 'peasant'
I find phase eight the same every season
I find mint velvet great for jeans but all their tops are mumsy and grey (jmo)
I find fatface too casual

Any suggestions?! What other brands am I forgetting?

blue2014 Mon 01-Aug-16 11:57:54

Outlet stores instead? MacArthur glen have those stores

ChanelNo314 Mon 01-Aug-16 11:59:03

I find Oasis too fond of polyester
I find jigsaw too expensive (but nice) and ditto, max mara for weekend, Whistles.

I suspect I need more money.....

ChanelNo314 Mon 01-Aug-16 12:00:07

Yes, I must try and get out to a shopping village place that is about 70 mins away.

hollieberrie Mon 01-Aug-16 12:01:47

Get the brands you do like second hand from eBay?
I check often obsessively every day for clothes in my size from my fave brands and have got some lovely bargains.

AutumnRose1988 Mon 01-Aug-16 21:46:56

Now don't laugh at me but I am a fan on Karen Millen and you know where you can get some beautiful clothes....tesco xx

Sainsburys not bad either but tesco definitely has the odd dress with the old KM vibe x

kiwiquest Mon 01-Aug-16 22:11:59

Banana Republic for work stuff , Fever for vintage style dresses. Sea Salt for casual. None particularly cheap. I try to buy quality over quantity.

Twinklestar2 Mon 01-Aug-16 22:19:46


DianaT1969 Mon 01-Aug-16 22:19:56

Cos sale.
I'm not keen on the quality of fabric/stitching in Banana Republic. Although my longest-lasting and favourite bag was from there.

Bluetang Mon 01-Aug-16 22:35:41

Cos, And other stories, some Zara,TK Maxx!

ChanelNo314 Mon 01-Aug-16 22:44:18

oh yeh, I like cos. Zara is for tall people!

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