Monday, 25 August 2014

20% off at Dorothy Perkins

Part of the Arcadia Group, I feel like Dorothy Perkins is always over-shadowed by the likes of Topshop and Miss Selfridge. I rarely see Dorothy Perkins wishlists or hauls, which is a great shame as I really do believe they are comparable to other brands in the Arcadia portfolio in terms of quality and delivery of new season trends (...except I would argue that their pricing is a lot better than Topshop!) This Bank Holiday weekend Dorothy Perkins are offering 20% off and here are my top picks:




  • I don't know about you, but in all of the above, I can see pieces characteristic of Topshop. The black lacy top you could pay up to £30 for in Topshop and the check smock dress, about £48. I'd almost forgotten how amazingly priced Dorothy Perkins is.
  • As much as I love The Cambridge Satchel Company, I wouldn't feel right spending that amount of money on myself. This copy cat version from DP in oxblood is a fraction of the price.
  • No explanation / justification  needed for their rose gold shoes. LOVE rose gold.
  • And how awesome is this grey coat?! Camel / tan was so 2013. I'm predicting great things for grey in AW 2014!


If you fancy a cheeky 20% off then hurry as Dorothy Perkins have a limited time offer this Bank Holiday weekend. You have until end of Monday 25th August to use the promo code WEEKEND20 at checkout for 20% off. Happy shopping!

2 comments:

  1. I absolutely adore Dorothy Perkins! Stuff is generally cut a little better too.
    I really wish I had picked up the silver leather pencil skirt they had in the sale - it was so cheap!
    They always have offers on too. What is not to love?

    Rachael at broomfie.blogspot.com

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    1. That's so true about the cut. I'm tall and find a lot of Topshop dresses / skirts way too short on me! I've never had this issue with DP though x x

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