The Superdry brand has attained international recognition thanks to its wide appeal, capturing elements of both "preppy" and streetwear designs with a subtle combination of vintage Americana and Japanese imagery. Superdry offers T-shirts, jeans, sweaters, joggers, hoodies, jackets, shirts, rugby shirts, polo shirts, footwear, as well as bags and accessories. Superdry currently has 76 UK standalone Cult and Superdry retail stores and is sold in 91 countries worldwide. Superdry has enjoyed celebrity-generated publicity from the likes of David Beckham, Zac Efron and Helena Christensen, to name but a few.
For those of you who want up-to-the-minute fashion at affordable prices, M&Co. is the store for you! Offering all the latest looks for the whole family, including petite and plus sizes for the ladies, and with new collections arriving daily - there couldn't be a better time to shop for those fashion essentials. For those who would like to create a new look for your home as well as yourselves, take a look at the fantastic homeware range!
Shop at Oxfam online! There are the usual Oxfam goodies as well as a huge selection of second hand and vintage clothes, music, dvds, books and homewares. Also find wedding favours, rare books, ceramics, stamps and coins.
Accent Clothing is a family run Independent business specialising in selling designer clothing online and in store.
Accent Juniors stocks Armani Junior, Moncler, Replay, Stone Island, Scotch Shrunk, Scotch R'Belle and BOSS to name just a few; catering for the ages of new born to 16 year olds. Accent Juniors stock some of the very best in designer clothing for boys and girls under 16.
Crew Clothing Company is the go-to smart, casual, British lifestyle brand. Founded on the coast, Crew designs essential pieces for your everyday wardrobe, making sure you always look just right – from week to weekend. A passion for quality and attention to detail means that every piece is built to last. Find heritage polos and rugbys, classic shirts, knits, chinos and jeans for men and women.
Established in 2011, hype began as a self-funded project, designing printed clothing and accessories. After winning a t-shirt printing competition, hype had its first batch of stock, which sold out in a matter of hours. With the use of social networking, hype quickly developed into something that could no longer be tamed from the single room it was created in. Within months, hype had started to evolve into one of the UK's most recognisable brands.