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Online Shopping - Quiz Clothing

I thought for this blog post I'd do an organic (non PR related piece) about one of my favourite places to shop online. As I am often in jeans and a jumper in front of the laptop, this online shop serves me well with going-out day/evening tops.

Quiz Clothing

As I don't travel much for various reasons, I do sometimes find a lack of things I like on the high street. I'm probably a bit picky, fussy, and unadventurous, but I know what I like too. My parents once bought me a couple of tops from a Quiz store for my birthday - basic t-shirts - and then I thought I'd see if they had a website, and see what else they had for store.

Quiz is now my new favourite place for tops. They have a nice selection of colours and styles, and longer length with sleeves as well which is always a plus. Some of my favourites have a bit of sequin detail or bling on them, and striking different designs using colours, animals, or lettering. I've had two lovely orders from them recently (one a present) and they both fit perfectly and were really comfortable to wear. They are more going out tops, but can be dressed down for the day as well.

The prices are reasonable, and although I would expect some shedding if my chosen top is covered in glitter, the quality of the manufacturing means I am confident my buys will last for a while too. I'm really happy so far with the quality of the tops I have bought, and now the nights are getting colder, may well be looking for a few cosy things to keep me warm in the coming months, and perhaps another 'going out' top as well.

There's already a few things I've earmarked on the website, and feel this is definitely a company I feel confident in ordering from online.

If you'd like to take a look at any of their latest collections, their website can be found here. Have you used them before? is there a clothing website you find particularly good? why not share your stories below.

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