As the last of the BHS stores closed down, I sadly looked at my loyalty card…had it for 15 years….and threw it away.
No more 5% discount when I shop for their fab kids clothes, pjs, men’s undies and even clothes for me. Where will I get our Christmas jumpers from this year? Their towels and bed linens, and oh the lights – I loved their lights…really good value but great quality. I think in years of shopping there, I took back one thing. The quality for the price was fantastic.
I was in the Oxford Street, London, branch a few weeks ago and grabbed myself a bargain, but I would have been happy not to if the store would still be open today.
I am actually angry that thousands of people start this week …
I must admit, I do buy a lot of clothes at Bhs, so was glad to hear about its launch of a new trendy collection for ladies in their 40s and 50s who want to be fashionable, rather than be written off as dowdy.
I personally like their £15 jeans, petites range, workwear and boho tops and think they offer good value clothing. The kids clothes are very good quality, especially the smarter wear.
Apparently the new fashion collection “strives to appeal to style conscious shoppers in their forties and fifties.”
Philip Green who owns the store told The Sunday Times newspaper: “We are going to provide aspirational clothing that’s good quality and good value. The expression I use in the office is I want to sell steak cheap but not cheap steak – there …