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Wardrobe in need ...... anyone used selfridges personal shopping service?

(8 Posts)
smilesandsun Fri 12-May-17 12:19:49

My wardrobe is in real need of an update, basically a complete overhaul.

I have no sense of what looks good when looking at things on the rail and I find shopping dare I say "stressful" as I regularly come home empty handed.

I'm thinking its time to get a stylist involved to help me? Have you used the selfridges or any other stores stylist/ personal shopping service?

love to here what you think!

smilesandsun Sun 14-May-17 11:45:17


dailystuck71 Sun 14-May-17 12:04:04

I often use John Lewis. Look on their website and you can see what services they offer.

smilesandsun Sun 14-May-17 13:32:34

thanks. I like that selfridges has more of a range of clothes styles, but i'll have a look

smilesandsun Mon 15-May-17 19:37:06


moleymoley Mon 15-May-17 19:45:57

Not Selfridges but John Lewis a couple of times. Both times was just to find an outfit for an event but they do longer sessions for whole wardrobes/restyles. I thought it was great. I also find shopping stressful and have no idea what I'm im looking for. I shan't be shopping for anything myself ever again ;)

CormorantDevouringTime Mon 15-May-17 19:49:31

John Lewis do have a surprisingly large range but it depends on your age and budget. How old are you, what do you consider a reasonable amount to spend on a dress for an evening out, and which celebrity would you like to look like if you had a magic wand?

I had a jeans fitting at Selfridges and it was great but I did spend the best part of two hundred quid on one pair of jeans.

smilesandsun Wed 17-May-17 07:03:56

thanks. I want the mix of high street and an item or two that is special.

I'm trying to get out of my "mum uniform" rut of Jeans, jumper and supergas or converse!

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