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Has anyone bought White Stuff from an outlet village?

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BananaSkin Wed 17-Sep-08 21:19:18

It is proving expensive having two children at school as I now have enough hands and energy to go clothes shopping and spent a fortune today in White Stuff.

However, a friend said that there is one of their shops at our local outlet village, so I am tempted to get a refund and have a look.

Does anyone know what their outlet stuff is like?


luvaduck Thu 18-Sep-08 23:57:46

its good but last seasons (ie summer stuff0
but great quality
cheapish/standard sale prices in the shop
its basically the stuff left over at the end of the sale

brimfull Fri 19-Sep-08 08:42:03

i love their stuff
have just written to them complaining about the quality of a couple of tops I bought in the summer-tiny holes appearing after washing.

i would imaging the outlet stuff is just last seasons stuff -so the same quality

brimfull Fri 19-Sep-08 08:44:00

oops just realised you're talking about white stuff and I am talking about the white company blush

have been t white stuff outlet-mostly filled with crap they can't sell tbh

FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 08:54:15

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BananaSkin Fri 19-Sep-08 18:11:39

Thanks all.

luvaduck Fri 19-Sep-08 18:34:01

or theoldloft on ebay

FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 18:35:38

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BananaSkin Sun 21-Sep-08 21:55:06

Yes you can icod - just have (in advanced search towards the bottom)

sumomum Sun 21-Sep-08 22:11:19

Does anyone know if there is an White Company outlet store in Scotland?

BananaSkin Sun 21-Sep-08 22:13:35

It's White Stuff, not White Co we are talking about Sumomum. Not sure White Co are in outlet villages yet.

luvaduck Mon 22-Sep-08 14:13:59

yes there is a white company in bicester

white stuff in street and gunwharf quays

whatevermaycome Tue 23-Sep-08 08:22:03

White stuff outlet in Portsmouth (Gunwharf) is rubbish - best to look in their sales at end of each season - outlet is anything unable to sell in sale ...

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