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Looking for smart casual to wear to work, just some clothes that are abit grown up but still trendy?? I’ve looked on H&M and it doesn’t appear to cater for my needs. Could go look in Primark but their clothes dont last that long.
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ASOS?
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What kind of clothing do you have in mind? As the person above said, ASOS might be okay but I don't really know much about them. Some of the supermarket clothes are better than Primark in my experience and so you could consider looking in Sainsbury's or something, depending on what you're looking for.
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ASOS?
I’ll take a look preemptive sure they are expensive
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I’ll take a look preemptive sure they are expensive
Not necessarily. They sell lots of brands so there’s something for everyone
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If you only need to find a few items and have time, go around some decent charity shops. 99/100 items will be a bit crap, but you can usually find a brand new shirt or trousers for a fraction of the price of a regular retailer
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If you only need to find a few items and have time, go around some decent charity shops. 99/100 items will be a bit crap, but you can usually find a brand new shirt or trousers for a fraction of the price of a regular retailer
That’s a good idea. eBay is also a good place to search. Even with postage costs there’s a lot of stuff that’s cheaper than charity shops. They are becoming a little greedy with pricing lately
I’m a bargain hunting queen. The majority of my clothes are second hand. That way I can buy loads and I sell them on when I’ve finished with them
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