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Tops for this store, if you live in London and you haven't been to this store you need to rush there.
It is a store for everyone, from clothes, skincare, jewellery, make-up,homeware, shoes, perfume. everything is in the store. It has all various designers stuff in there.
One of the best department stores in the world - comprehensive selection of everything you would expect to find in a department store and more. Go take a look!
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You're probably already horse from shrieks of excitement after passing the handbags floor but that's before you've even seen the shoe floor! It is massive (35,000 square feet) and has everything from high street brands Dune, Topshop, Kurt Geiger etc) to top brands ranging from Givenchy, Chloe, and Stella McCartney to Rodarte and Alejandro Ingelmo. The Designer floor is made of plush carpets with lounge style seating so really there is all reason to stay there all day and parade around in different heels.
If there wouldn't be the other floors. And they are bursting with exciting fashion. High end designers to wet your appetite and more affordable brands such as Joseph, COS or a Topshop concession if you can't splash it. There really is something for everyone and every budget.
A fashion paradise!
This article is particularly about the Nespresso boutique on the lower floor at Selfridges. It is a little hidden for by-passers below the jewellery on the lower ground floor. While it was a lot smaller than I had expected, it had everything a true Nespresso fan would need. You can buy machines, capsules and also try the new ranges (for free).
I recently went there to try the new flavours that had just been released in mid-November. Chocolate was my choice this time (though there are two others as well). They are all based on my usual choice the espresso (strength 6) Livanto.
There was no pressure or obligation to buy anything though I was the only one trying a cup. I am used to quite big Nespresso boutiques, such as the one in Hamburg, Germany Hamburg, Germany which is much bigger and has a Café in the back where any club member can have a coffee any time.
So, all in all I can recommend this boutique. I would suggest the Nespresso team to be more open, offering possible customers a cup to try (they might end up buying a machine and come back regularly for capsules). After all, Selfridges customers are usually not the poorest Londoners around …
This place just makes me sick.
When I first moved to London, everyone raved about Selfridges. Now I’m not a department store person to begin with (preferring boutiques) but went here anyway to check out the clothes. What a mess, one never knows where to start and there’s just too much junk in here. And it’s hard to move about.
I also find the staff uninterested.
So I hadn’t been in a while when I was asked to go with a friend to look for a certain item she was on the search for. I knew we should have just headed to Liberty. This place is still a mad house, the men’s floor is worst than the last time I went (feels more like a jumble sale than an upscale shopping experience).
After about 15 minutes I located my friend to tell her I’d wait outside but she too was ready to leave as the staff weren’t helping her in pursuit to buy her swimsuit which she was willing to pay big bucks for. So off to Liberty we went.
Avoid at all costs. Full of tourists, rude staff, rude shoppers. Kind of chavvy.
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