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Warehouse, Within House of Fraser, Old Christchurch Road

A well presented, trend-led collection, but it lacks a real punch to stand out this season

Product 7

Warehouse touches on all the major trends, from denim jeggings and an oversized shirt to printed tailored dresses, ditsy floral prints and a tiered denim mini dress. There is less of the retailer’s new Utility sub-range than you might expect but what there is looks strong, including burnished gold sequins snaking across the front of tie-dye slouchy cotton dresses. Tribal embellished bright jersey tops and ethnic-printed dresses should have been backed more heavily.

Experience 6

The backdrop to this concession is tired, with stained beige carpets on the stairs and peeling paint on the walls. However, the Warehouse product is in a comfortable little enclave flanked by Mango. The changing rooms are freezing.

Value 8

Grey denim jeggings impress at £30, while a £45 sequined utility top compares similarly to one at Topshop. A cream-and-navy striped knit with Admiralty buttons on the shoulders is £22, which is one of the best value options seen by Drapers. A broderie anglaise trimmed cotton vest at £35 is great value.

Score 21


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