Miss Selfridge


    Miss Selfridge

    Miss Selfridge is a British high street fashion store, that is known for selling stylish clothing and accessories for younger people than Selfridges, the department store it gets its name from. There are over 170 Miss Selfridge stores throughout the country. It is a predominantly female focused outlet. They sell a wide range of clothing, from trendy tops, skirts and dresses to sexy lingerie. You can find blouses, tights, underwear and jackets in addition to a range of shoes, sandals and high heels.

    While they primarily focus on the younger market, they still offer items for adults too. It is one of the most popular young women and girls clothing stores in the country and along with trendy clothes, you can buy items like shoes, bags and other accessories.

    Miss Selfridge Opening Hours and Locations

    Miss Selfridge stores can be found up and down the country, with London having more stores than other cities. Manchester and Leicester are also cities that have a particularly high number of establishments. They are very easy to spot, as they generally have a black logo with a signature-style logo consisting of the name. Despite the number of stores though, you will find that most Miss Selfridge opening times are the same.

    On Monday to Friday, Miss Selfridge opening times are generally from 9am to 8pm, while on Saturday they are open from 9am to 7pm and on Sunday from 10.30am to 5pm. However, on bank holidays and Good Friday, Easter Monday, New Year's Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day many of the branches Miss Selfridge opening times and hours of business will follow local customs and regulations. Find a Miss Selfridge near you today using our store locator, as depending on their location the opening and closing times will vary.

    5 Things You Didn't Know About Miss Selfridge

    As there are so many establishments in the country, some of which have been opened since 1966, you may think you know all there is to know about Miss Selfridge. However, we thought you might like to know five interesting things about Miss Selfridge, that could help you answer some trivia questions.

    1. Miss Selfridge was the first fashion stores to use the supermodel Kate Moss for their campaigns.
    2. The first mannequins used by the store were based on 60's model and style icon Twiggy.
    3. Their first dresses were made from paper and designed to be worn just once and thrown out.
    4. Miss Selfridge takes its name from the New York Bonwit Teller store which had dresses for teenagers in their window display with the title 'Miss Bonwit', that the owner Charles Clore observed.
    5. Nicollette Sheridan, Saffron Burrows, Tess Daly, Yasmin le Bon and Naomi Campbell also worked for Miss Selfridge as models before they were famous.

    Products

    Obviously, the main attraction to Miss Selfridge, especially for older teens and young adult women is the wide range of different clothing lines they sell. There is no shortage of choice available, from blazers, bodysuits and dresses, to coats, jackets jeans, jumpers, cardigans and even lingerie. They particularly specialise in people with petite sizes. Their product lines are not restricted to just clothing though, as they also sell a stunning collection of footwear, including trainers, sandals, flat shoes and of course, every girl's best friend - heels.

    Literally everything the fashion-conscious girl could ever need and want, whether it's for university, a new job or a hot date. Belts, hair accessories, hats and jewellery, along with sunglasses and scarves are all carried by Miss Selfridge. One of the largest sections of products Miss Selfridge has available is their dresses. All occasions are catered for from day to going out, maxi, midi, special occasion and cute little black dresses.

    A Brief History of Miss Selfridge

    As the name suggests, Selfridges' owner (at the time) was Charles Clore. He was visiting the Bonwit Teller New York store and had a display with dresses designed with teenagers in mind. They were named Miss Bonwit. He adapted the idea for Selfridges as a section for young fashion. It was officially opened in 1966. Miss Selfridge then had various concessions across the country in department stores by 1967, then between that time and 1969 many independent Miss Selfridge branches were setup. Miss Selfridge was then bought up by Sir Phillip Green's Arcadia Group on July 1999. It is now part of a larger collection of high street brands including Topman, Burton, Evans, Dorothy Perkins, Topshop, Outfit and Wallis.

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