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All Saints Sale 50% off + extra 20% (limited time only)
I love this brand, very expensive but high quality products. I bought an All Saints leather jacket years ago and it's still perfect.
There's stuff almost half price.
jeans from 30£ allsaints.com/men…ny/
edit: 20% extra Discount already applied
Edited by: "Bardak"

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Their best items by far are their 100% wool coats. No other brand has a better fit and quality in the £200-£400 price range. My most worn one is around two years old and looks 8/10. Make sure you size down by two inches from your normal suit jacket size though.

I have quite a few of their shirts, they last around 3 years of rigorous wear though the last year of wear before being too beat up to be presentable.

Their jeans are good for fit but awful for quality. I've had multiple pairs rip or split down the middle after just a couple months of use. Next's skinnies are a very good alternative around £25-30 full price. Nudie jeans for anyone in the £60+ price range.

Somehow, their denim jackets are really good for quality. My only denim jacket of theirs is going 2 years strong and look 7/10 for wear.

Their sweaters are decent and don't stretch easily. Not worth the full £85 asking price for most of them but worth a punt at around £30. That said, they show wear with washes and mine look around 8/10 after just six months of wear.

I have a leather jacket of theirs but I don't wear it much. You should get a size down because their standard leather jackets stretch though their suede ones do not.

Their heavyweight knits are really good. 9/10 after a year of use.

Footwear is awful. Nice designs but the soles wear ridiculously easily and the leather gets beat up and stained from the slightest puddles too. Expect no more than a year of wear in my experience. 3/10, look elsewhere.

Accessories are plain overpriced. Avoid. I was gifted a £100 pair of gloves from them (that didn't even go in the sale, so they must have sold well) and the quality was closer to something worth £15. Their oversized scarves (the ones around £100) are nice but you can get better designs from Zara for £15-20 in their winter collections. Avoid imo.

I don't wear t-shirts and joggers so I can't comment their.

Hope this helps someone.
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It wasnt applied automatically

linhang906 h, 9 m ago

It wasnt applied automatically

​just tested and no extra 20% at the checkout

If you look at the prices the extra 20% has already been taken off.

mart864 m ago

If you look at the prices the extra 20% has already been taken off.

i must have misunderstood the "20% extra Discount will be applied at checkout" .... i swear I'm getting too old for this!

Hear you on their leather jackets OP. Mine is almost 7yrs in and mint.
The rest of the stuff they sell...questionable

4% Quiddy too

High quality? Their t-shirts are on par with Primark ones!

Wheres that person with the extra unauthorised 50% off promo code we had last December!
Edited by: "SP2013" 13th Jul

SP2013

Wheres that person with the extra unauthorised 50% off promo code we had … Wheres that person with the extra unauthorised 50% off promo code we had last December!


To date one of my favourite deals on here haha

SP2013

Wheres that person with the extra unauthorised 50% off promo code we had … Wheres that person with the extra unauthorised 50% off promo code we had last December!


Hah, bagged a sweater then but a bunch of you went crazy!

Rob.

High quality? Their t-shirts are on par with Primark ones!



I've got a few T's of theirs, the finer stuff is pretty fragile through wash cycles, had to bin a couple now where there's a tony hole that forms - shame.

Their knitwear and chino's are bang on though, great fit and quality IMO.

Yep, knitwear gets holes pretty easily too. Love the style though.

Good lord, have they changed designers? That stuff is minging - even the new arrivals. Wow, shocked!

Their best items by far are their 100% wool coats. No other brand has a better fit and quality in the £200-£400 price range. My most worn one is around two years old and looks 8/10. Make sure you size down by two inches from your normal suit jacket size though.

I have quite a few of their shirts, they last around 3 years of rigorous wear though the last year of wear before being too beat up to be presentable.

Their jeans are good for fit but awful for quality. I've had multiple pairs rip or split down the middle after just a couple months of use. Next's skinnies are a very good alternative around £25-30 full price. Nudie jeans for anyone in the £60+ price range.

Somehow, their denim jackets are really good for quality. My only denim jacket of theirs is going 2 years strong and look 7/10 for wear.

Their sweaters are decent and don't stretch easily. Not worth the full £85 asking price for most of them but worth a punt at around £30. That said, they show wear with washes and mine look around 8/10 after just six months of wear.

I have a leather jacket of theirs but I don't wear it much. You should get a size down because their standard leather jackets stretch though their suede ones do not.

Their heavyweight knits are really good. 9/10 after a year of use.

Footwear is awful. Nice designs but the soles wear ridiculously easily and the leather gets beat up and stained from the slightest puddles too. Expect no more than a year of wear in my experience. 3/10, look elsewhere.

Accessories are plain overpriced. Avoid. I was gifted a £100 pair of gloves from them (that didn't even go in the sale, so they must have sold well) and the quality was closer to something worth £15. Their oversized scarves (the ones around £100) are nice but you can get better designs from Zara for £15-20 in their winter collections. Avoid imo.

I don't wear t-shirts and joggers so I can't comment their.

Hope this helps someone.

Didn't realise gok wan was regular member

ibz100

Their best items by far are their 100% wool coats. No other brand has a … Their best items by far are their 100% wool coats. No other brand has a better fit and quality in the £200-£400 price range. My most worn one is around two years old and looks 8/10. Make sure you size down by two inches from your normal suit jacket size though.




Grrr, Navan and Burren coats are out of stock in the size I need (even going by your recommendation). Look really nice and really good value.

ibz100

Footwear is awful. Nice designs but the soles wear ridiculously easily … Footwear is awful. Nice designs but the soles wear ridiculously easily and the leather gets beat up and stained from the slightest puddles too. Expect no more than a year of wear in my experience. 3/10, look elsewhere.



I had a pair of their snare boots and the overall quality was ok, acceptable for around £70... not retail. The main issue I had was the soles, it too slippery. To the point where it was just unwearable, anything less than extremely rough surfaces was like walking on ice.

Their stuff is stylish, but it isn't high quality. Their t-shirts get holes around the labels pretty soon, and their jeans pockets tend to wear through at the seems (mind you this is after many years!).

tomwenn2 h, 46 m ago

Their stuff is stylish, but it isn't high quality. Their t-shirts get …Their stuff is stylish, but it isn't high quality. Their t-shirts get holes around the labels pretty soon, and their jeans pockets tend to wear through at the seems (mind you this is after many years!).


I"m still wearing t-shirts from them 10 years later. Not all of it is great quality but most of it is.

their t shirts tend to get holes, but everything else is top notch. a bit overpriced brand but when sales happen I tend to stock up big.

ibz100

Their best items by far are their 100% wool coats. No other brand has a … Their best items by far are their 100% wool coats. No other brand has a better fit and quality in the £200-£400 price range.


This! My two year old wool coat still looks ok, but at nearly 50% off I just bought myself the same one just now

ibz100

Their best items by far are their 100% wool coats. No other brand has a … Their best items by far are their 100% wool coats. No other brand has a better fit and quality in the £200-£400 price range. My most worn one is around two years old and looks 8/10. Make sure you size down by two inches from your normal suit jacket size though.I have quite a few of their shirts, they last around 3 years of rigorous wear though the last year of wear before being too beat up to be presentable.Their jeans are good for fit but awful for quality. I've had multiple pairs rip or split down the middle after just a couple months of use. Next's skinnies are a very good alternative around £25-30 full price. Nudie jeans for anyone in the £60+ price range.Somehow, their denim jackets are really good for quality. My only denim jacket of theirs is going 2 years strong and look 7/10 for wear. Their sweaters are decent and don't stretch easily. Not worth the full £85 asking price for most of them but worth a punt at around £30. That said, they show wear with washes and mine look around 8/10 after just six months of wear.I have a leather jacket of theirs but I don't wear it much. You should get a size down because their standard leather jackets stretch though their suede ones do not.Their heavyweight knits are really good. 9/10 after a year of use.Footwear is awful. Nice designs but the soles wear ridiculously easily and the leather gets beat up and stained from the slightest puddles too. Expect no more than a year of wear in my experience. 3/10, look elsewhere.Accessories are plain overpriced. Avoid. I was gifted a £100 pair of gloves from them (that didn't even go in the sale, so they must have sold well) and the quality was closer to something worth £15. Their oversized scarves (the ones around £100) are nice but you can get better designs from Zara for £15-20 in their winter collections. Avoid imo.I don't wear t-shirts and joggers so I can't comment their.Hope this helps someone.


Re the footwear -
This is because their soles almost always made with layers of either leather or wood. Most top price footwear will make their soles out of these materials as it's more natural to the foot than rubber. Most of my shoes are leather soled so when it's raining or forecast to rain I always wear something with a rubber sole. Hope this helps you get more life out of your shoes!

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