I have always been a fan of all things Joules as I love the patterns and colours, and the quality of the cotton is great. My hubby seemed to think it was more of a woman's label what with all the flowerly prints but now he is collecting his own Joules wardrobe and comments regularly on the quality! It's nice to be right for a change!
I agree that they have some great quality items. I have their Woody Classic Fit Polo Shirt in both Grey Marl and French Navy and they're still looking good while my other polo tops are fading or looking worn out. I do love a good polo top and ended up with a wardrobe full of them because I can wear them at work or while chilling. Hollister are at the cheaper end wear and out quite fast as you'd expect, but AllSaints also wore out quickly and they were expensive. CK and Fred Perry are in the middle in terms of wear, but the Fred Perry top was super itchy and I had to take the neck label out in the end, which is crazy.
24/05/2021Expires on 24/05/2021Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Think I will give ASOS a miss, did order jeans from ASOS really disappointed awful quality these were actually Topshop, but very thin ordered a size 8, The ones that arrived looked smaller than a size 4 They received the return 12th of May and yet I haven't been issued with a refund yet. Will wait a little bit longer then contact them.
I've ordered 13 items that I really liked on the pictures shown but I can say I only kept one item as the quality of the other items wear so rubish seriously misleading ASOS needs to concentrate on quality not quantity a customer will pay that extra couple of quid if the quality is right
They have “lost” some of my returns too. Not impressed. Tend to avoid ASOS now
Interesting. They lost my £50 worth of returns.. categorically refused to refund me, & told me Hermes hadn’t given me the correct returns code? ‘Tough’ was the attitude. Spent weeks trying to chase Hermes / ASOS / back again.. after being spoken to so rudely by ASOS on a repeated basis, & despite needing the money, I figured it wasn’t worth my mental health continuing to pursue it (disabled, lots going on - just don’t have it in me). I suppose it’s ‘my fault’ for not proceeding but it went on for months, with little to no help from either party. I’ve never shopped with them since. I used to pay their yearly sub fee too, needless to say that got cancelled. Good customer service goes a long way, ASOS failed miserably.
I have a pair of ASOS brand jeans, they're okay for the money but not great. Twice the price Levi's are twice as good, and last twice as long.
19/05/2021Expires on 19/05/2021Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Most charity collections recycle the clothing, rather than reselling. So please don't just "chuck them".
Don't get these in white. Completely see through. Actually expensive for the quality you get. Supermarket ts would be better. The hoodies are great.
No good for charity as they are out of shape and nobody would buy. No good for rags for washing vehicle as it will scratch paintwork...same with round the house. Could use them for doing sills on car and dirty areas, but I've got hundreds from other old clothing.
Consider using it around the house, as rags for washing your vehicle, donating to charity if only worn once etc
Speak to Tokyo Laundry not me...they are the ones selling disposable clothing.