Paul Smith College Stripe Scarf £19.99 (£24.98 inc postage) at Urban Outfitters - Reduced from £50.00 - HotUKDeals
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Paul Smith College Stripe Scarf £19.99 (£24.98 inc postage) at Urban Outfitters - Reduced from £50.00

£24.98 @ Urban Outfitters
Fairly expensive for a scarf I know, but if you're looking for a quality item at a decent price then this is it. Available in 3 colours - brown/blue, green/blue (in pic), grey/charcoal - Collegiate…
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Fairly expensive for a scarf I know, but if you're looking for a quality item at a decent price then this is it.

Available in 3 colours - brown/blue, green/blue (in pic), grey/charcoal - Collegiate style knitted wool scarf with tassel ends from Paul Smith available online at Urban Outfitters for £19.99 reduced from £50.00, plus £4.99 delivery.

On the Paul Smith website this is not in the sale and is £48.00 plus £6.00 postage. The next best price I found was from Harvey Nichols where it was reduced in the sale to £25.00 plus £6.00 postage but its now sold out !!

REMEMBER - vote on whether this is a good price for the item not on whether you can get a scarf cheaper elsewhwere (which obviously you can !!!)
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#1
Is this going to be coldest of the year so far?....
#2
packard
Is this going to be coldest of the year so far?....


So be it. Don't get it myself - if anyone can find a Paul Smith scarf for cheaper than this then please let me know and I'll cancel my order !!!!!!!
#3
jkofnottingham
So be it. Don't get it myself - if anyone can find a Paul Smith scarf for cheaper than this then please let me know and I'll cancel my order !!!!!!!


You're preaching to a bunch of penny pinchers. Most wouldn't know the difference between Paul Smite and Primark!!!

I bought a Paul Smith scarf before xmas for full price don't regret it, love it; comfortable, good quality and great colours. Job done!
#4
top price voted hot for me
#5
Hot from me
#6
Hot from me! I love Paul Smith too! I'm new here but there sure is a bunch of folk with twitchy cold fingers who obviously dont know there Ar*e from there Elbow.
#7
Good find, I love Paul Smith clobber. Let the people that think levis is a good brand vote this down. Ordered one. + heat (not that it will do much)
#8
Maybe if you wish to vote something hot or cold then you should have to comment as well and it has to be moderated because since christmas the ratings on here have been ridiculous.

Totally agree that for the price this is a bargain for a paul smith scarf.
#9
Heat and rep from me. I despair of this site lately. If it's not some chavtastic piece of low-quality junk from 4p it's cold. Value and cheap are not always the same thing.
#10
Most of the users on this site now are just penny pinching ***** chavs.

I think you should have to post before you can vote.
#11
totally agree. Voted hot from me, big fan of Paul Smith items, cannot understand why this would have been voted cold. Its a bargain price for a very nice scarf from a well respected designer/house.
#12
This is a bargain for a Paul Smith scarf. Don't think the Chavs know what is quality from cheap & cold voting. These usually retail around £50 a piece & that's not on sale. Even the special edition wallets can reach up to £150 at retail prices. Ties & pin cuffs around £50 upwards. The Japanese love their designer high-fashion gear such as Paul Smith, LV, Burberry & will know this is a absolute bargain.

Love the Paul Smith multi-colour signiture stripes & this deal gets my vote. :thumbsup:
#13
Nice find if you like overpriced designer lables
they are probably made in China and sewn in the same factory as the chavtasic clothing you frown upon :thumbsup:
#14
Yes I imagine that makes people feel better when they wear stuff bought in primark.

If you're not interested, don't look and don't vote.
#15
get you who do you think you are "the deal police" :w00t:
#16
No, just don't like people trolling up the threads on here
#17
I very rarely buy designer labels but I do shop around for clothing at different stores for any nice pieces. Still think this is a good deal for genuine Paul Smith & not fake counterfeit.

Slightly off topic...

Is there really anything left in UK that is labelled as "Made In Britain or UK"? If nobody in the UK wants to work at low rates of pay manufacturing products for the UK market then WHO is going to make the thing in the first place. Why do you think the Polish were here in the UK for the past few years taking the basic jobs because no UK citizen wanted to do the manual labour. Look around your household goods & check what products were made in the UK. Not much is there?

Ask the upper management of the big UK based companies, WHY are they moving their factories abroad? Market conditions here in the UK are already tough as it is. Labour cost is even cheaper abroad so in the longer run the companies will benefit as well the consumers but at what price does everyone pay. Most of the big companies based in the Far East do have stringent quality controls that have to meet the UK markets needs at different levels of quality.

You should ask yourselves, how much does it cost to produce a garment, furniture, lighting, computers, etc for export to another country that demands everything cheap as chips but expects high quality for peanuts. Who Does Really Pay For It?
#18
Jeez, how is this cold? Have 9 degrees from me dude, not that it's gonna make much difference.

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