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Summer Vibes....

Have you seen the latest Very advert? It features the wicked tune “Pizza Guy” by Touch Sensitive. It’s got such a retro 80s feel and I’m pretty sure that this one will definitely get the summer vibes going this year! 22 more words


Learning to Love the Leopard Print

‘My weakness is wearing too much leopard print’ – Jackie Collins

I’ve always had a difficult relationship with prints. I usually very much stick to plain block colours which I can accessorise with a scarf or some jewllery, and any prints I did magpie towards would always be stripes or hearts. 298 more words


6 examples of retail tech we love

Shoes that change colour, personalised homepages and virtual reality fashion campaigns: these are a few of our favourite things in this week’s retail wrap up. 574 more words

Retail Technology

February Very.co.uk Haul

‘I’m a pretty big clothes horse. I shop for clothes constantly. I do so much shopping. I should go to Shoppers Anonymous’ – Tiffani Thiessen… 250 more words


Cosmopolitan Lingerie at the Bloomsbury Ballroom

Fabulous day spent at the Bloomsbury Ballroom, producing the Cosmo Lingerie Catwalk Show for Hearst Publications. Amazing styling by Sairey Stemp, Cosmo Fashion Editor. Lingerie by very.co.uk, Coco de Mer, Bluebella, Freya and Wondererbra.


What's in a name?

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while now as the latter half of last year I was sat in a training room discussing how to make the Shop Direct name (where I work) more visible to customers…a bit like Arcadia is. 423 more words

Fashion In General

Very.co.uk Promotional Message On A Poundshop Receipt

I bought some wigs and moustaches for a 70’s work party at the Poundshop. It was a while since I have shopped in a Poundshop so I was surprised when I saw attached to my receipt a promotional message from Very.co.uk, it seems they are trying everything they can do to reach potential customers and I think they know their target audience well enough to understand that they will probably visit Poundstores as they are most likely low income and would probably get items on credit to spread the cost. 96 more words

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