Why do we like the ASOS.com website?
FREE SHIPPING and RETURNS! :-) Everybody knows that the downside to online shopping is the return shipping fees when things don't fit or just aren't what you were expecting. But with their free delivery, ASOS have really taken out that worry. It's great!
Why do we like the Couture Candy website?
This US designer store has lots of designer brands that are unavailable in the UK. New international customers have to fax a copy of their passport before they can buy. We want to know if that's correct. Let us know.
Why do we like the John Smedley website?
As Brits, we are keen to support British companies whose products are made in Britain. A John Smedley jumper is worth the investment.
Why do we like the Urban Outfitters website?
Why do we like the DB3 Online website?
Look past the cheap looking website because they have a range of clothes that we haven't seen on other sites.
Why do we like the Jules B website?
This website feels like we have stepped into a designer boutique. Excellent product pages with good images and information.
Why do we like the Coggles website?
The Coggles website makes you feel like you are stepping into a designer boutique and you don't know what great pieces you'll find on the rail until you start browsing. The search functions are very specific (brand, type, style, price, size, colour) and the range of brands gives options for different budgets.
Why do we like the John Lewis website?
John Lewis' motto is 'Never knowingly undersold'. You can be sure when shopping at this traditional UK department store that customers and staff are treated well. One of the 'good guys' on the high street.
Why do we like the Cath Kidston website?
We like that for lots of products there is more than one picture but we do like to see bags being modelled so we can get an idea about the size and shape next to the body.