Sunday, 13 October 2013

I Can't Shop On The High Street, I'm Fat: A Look At New Look Inspire

I have talked about the New Look Inspire range before, in fact I own quite a few of their pieces. I recently discovered that the New Look on Tottenham Court Road (London) has quite a big Inspire range in store so I thought I would go along and check it out!



As you will see from the pics - the display is pretty impressive. They have quite a big area dedicated to Inspire clothing, so you can easily browse for what you are looking for. There is a good selection of clothes - though I did notice a couple of items I liked on the website which I couldnt see in store.





The only thing I was disappointed in was the fact that the store still only stocks up to a size 26. I thought it was great news that the New Look Inspie website goes up to a 32 now and I would love to see this rolled out to stores soon. *fingers crossed*




I did however fall in love with one of their beautiful leather style jackets and will be purchasing this in my size from the website ASAP!




Do you have a New Look Inspire near you? What do you think of it?


Find your nearest New Look Inspire store here http://www.newlook.com/storeLocator/store_landing.jsp 

Debz xx


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2 comments:

  1. Its an impressive amount because you're in London which inherently has bigger shops & bigger selections. My New Look Inspire is literally about 12 of the ugliest and most utilitarian pieces off the website put in a dark corner. Grim! And why I buy online pretty much exclusively. Some fat women will be able to easily buy on the high street if they live in the right place, are the right size and have the right style, the rest of us have the internet! Interesting post though, it'd be an interesting series if several people from different cities compare their local shops.

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  2. Spent £134 yesterday online, nipped into the shop with my daughter and disappointed to see that there was very little inspire pieces on show and it is a fairly big store (Keighley)

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