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Wild & Gorgeous

(5 Posts)
CruCru Mon 06-Mar-17 08:54:48

are having a pretty nice sale (the outlet section).

I won't pay their full prices (because £100 for a child's dress is ridiculous) but the sale stuff is more at Next prices.

Everyonelovessparkles Mon 06-Mar-17 13:10:35

Anyone know what the quality of W&G is like? It all looks a bit MMF, so is it worth the price?

CruCru Mon 06-Mar-17 16:45:36

I've just Googled MMF but came up with a debt recovery group so am not sure what you mean.

The quality is pretty nice ... but I don't think it is worth the full prices. Mainly because if I pay £80 for a child's dress, it becomes a thing that they are not allowed to eat chocolate ice cream in / climb around in etc (so too fancy to be fit for purpose).

Everyonelovessparkles Mon 06-Mar-17 17:24:05

Sorry meant man made fabric e.g. 100% Polyester. I wouldn't pay £100 either but just wondered how it compared to the higher end of say, boden wear, where some dresses are £50+. Thanks!

CruCru Mon 06-Mar-17 19:45:03

Ah I see. I think the party dresses do have quite a lot of acrylic in there (I haven't bought any - my daughter has enough dresses) but the other stuff seems to have quite a lot of natural fibres (although only one t shirt I've ordered is 100% cotton).

It's difficult to compare with Boden (which I buy a lot of). It's a bit poncier, I'd say (the girls dresses are handy for weddings etc).

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