Abercrombie & Fitch Dress was 58£ now 11.60 avaiable in 3 colours with free delivery
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Abercrombie & Fitch Dress was 58£ now 11.60 avaiable in 3 colours with free delivery

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Found 1st Aug 2014Made hot 1st Aug 2014
Avaiable in 3 colours with free delivery!

They got futher reductions on the website, lots of other items going very cheap on sale
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Bought one ! Was going to post deal then you did haha !

price is in Euros

Only L left in the navy :o(

a nice present for the wifey. Thanks :-)

Bought one in Coral - thank you OP

all the navy have gone, pink and white available though, bought the pink for the mrs. free delivery too

Got it.. And two other dresses. Whoops!!

Cheers, bought some blokey stuff!

Drat, only in coral and white now. but good deal!

Ordered a white for my girlfriend. There's a lot of items included.. May end up getting some more if there's still sizes later tonight. Thanks OP!

Bought , thank you for sharing xx

pamanham

Only L left in the navy :o(



To be fair, a size L is about a size 8 in A&F

I'm not posting hot or cold on this one... but it is worth raising the somewhat questionable ethics and morals of this company (only employing "good looking" people as front of house, consigning disabled employees to back office positions, marketing "sexy" bikinis to 8 year olds, etc... see businessinsider.com/abe…3-8?op=1). Obviously, where people choose to spend their money and how individuals align their personal ethics with their cash is completely and utterly up to them... but really I just wanted to make those aware (who weren't) about the deliberate obnoxious views of the company and its founder that, really, view the vast majority of us flawed humans, as worthless specimens unfit to walk through their door!!

What can you tell me about the sizes ? I have heard m is more like s

teh arn

To be fair, a size L is about a size 8 in A&F


I was looking to get my girl one. It says small is a size 10 equiv?

I've just ordered a few items. Quality

dark_shadow

I was looking to get my girl one. It says small is a size 10 equiv?



Sorry. I was joking about the size thing.
They don't cater for fat and ugly people; which is why I said it.

littlevincent

I'm not posting hot or cold on this one... but it is worth raising the … I'm not posting hot or cold on this one... but it is worth raising the somewhat questionable ethics and morals of this company (only employing "good looking" people as front of house, consigning disabled employees to back office positions, marketing "sexy" bikinis to 8 year olds, etc... see http://www.businessinsider.com/abercrombie-and-fitch-worst-controversies-2013-8?op=1). Obviously, where people choose to spend their money and how individuals align their personal ethics with their cash is completely and utterly up to them... but really I just wanted to make those aware (who weren't) about the deliberate obnoxious views of the company and its founder that, really, view the vast majority of us flawed humans, as worthless specimens unfit to walk through their door!!



Bravo. This is why their employees are known as "Aberzombie and Witch (or worse)" by folks back in the US.

They are well known for treating people horrendously; when I was a teen and a size 8, would still be subjected to scoffs and offered larger sizes "in case" and told I'd have to wait to get the "plus sizes" from the top shelf.

Beware...

I worked for a & f /Hollister for 4 years. I am happy to defend the staff as they are a lovely group of people who are discriminated against because of the way that they look. I still stand by there clothing and just wish I still qualified for staff discount. Who would buy an 8 year old bikini from the store seems just wrong, if you are referencing to the adult version of the company they are not and have never been aimed at 8 year olds! It is all down to personal opinion but attractiveness does sell. Lots of companies don't sell to larger sizes including Topshop & Zara.

Sure a lot of the negative comments about staff can be attributed to jealousy as they're normally fit. Sure there will be the odd case of genuinely bad service like any other retailer.

Just checked the T&Cs and if you use the enclosed return label they deduct £9 from the monies return to you. Harsh!

Otherwise you can use your own carrier at your own cost.

Only blurb about faulty items is:

If you believe that your merchandise is faulty, damaged, or does not … If you believe that your merchandise is faulty, damaged, or does not correspond to its description on our website, email us at [email protected], or call us at 08-082340796 Or +1 614 219 3026.



Amazon it ain't.

I mentioned earlier about the bikini aimed at young girls... Well it was a padded bikini (to give the illusion of larger chest size) and was aimed at 7 year olds...

abcnews.go.com/US/…904

Now, another poster rightly pointed out that parents wouldn't buy this... and that's right; I don't think sales were great on this item. However, it should make us consider the ethics and world view of a company that would design, produce and market such an item. Whilst it's unrealistic to only shop with companies that are ethically sound (so few are or can be!) surely there must be a line??? Fashion is all about buying into a look, and brands are short cuts to self-expression; what does wearing A&F clothing say about the wearer? The views of the company and CEO (disliking fat people, sexualising children etc) are so intertwined with the brand itself that wearing their clothing cannot help but be a statement of tacit support, surely?

I'm sure I'm wrong though; I am certainly not a fashion guru as my faded, outdated wardrobe would attest!

Very well put. A company that sexualises very young girls is not getting my money, this is not a good way to do business imo.

littlevincent

I mentioned earlier about the bikini aimed at young girls... Well it was … I mentioned earlier about the bikini aimed at young girls... Well it was a padded bikini (to give the illusion of larger chest size) and was aimed at 7 year olds...http://abcnews.go.com/US/abercrombie-fitch-padded-bikini-top-year-olds-parents/story?id=13236904Now, another poster rightly pointed out that parents wouldn't buy this... and that's right; I don't think sales were great on this item. However, it should make us consider the ethics and world view of a company that would design, produce and market such an item. Whilst it's unrealistic to only shop with companies that are ethically sound (so few are or can be!) surely there must be a line??? Fashion is all about buying into a look, and brands are short cuts to self-expression; what does wearing A&F clothing say about the wearer? The views of the company and CEO (disliking fat people, sexualising children etc) are so intertwined with the brand itself that wearing their clothing cannot help but be a statement of tacit support, surely? I'm sure I'm wrong though; I am certainly not a fashion guru as my faded, outdated wardrobe would attest!

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