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Was £119.00 now £59.50
3 in 1 jacket with detachable long sleeved quilted inner. Fully waterproof. Bargain!
Was £119.00 Now £59.50
Midnight blue with glam front hem, overlong sleeves and cuffs. For a nostalgic look – Bargain number 2!
now from £19.50 Was: £65.00
Semi-fitted new ruffle front shirt. Darted in the bust for a classic feminine shape in luxurious silk cotton blend. Pristine plains or Joules’ exclusive printshand drawn in-house.
The Joules Clothing website is great for all you people out there wanting to live “The Good Life”. Starting out in 1980 selling country clothes for outdoor living, Joules has moved onto the high street and also online.
They cater for women, men and kids with huge ranges for everyone. All products are designed with passion and made with quality, often with quirky little extras!
Joules sales are a regular feature of the UK-Catalogue site, as our regular readers will testify, and the pages are a particular favourite. Although Joules is traditionally a horse lover’s clothing range, in recent years they have branched out into a much broader range of clothes for the whole family.
The Joules website itself visually captures the imagination of the visitor – you know exactly what type of clothes they sell from the very first page that you land on. The have simple, model-less pictures of all of their products so it is very easy to see what they look like. A great feature of the site is the “looks great with” where it recommends (and often shows a photo of) other products that go well together.
They also show which sizes are in stock, which I find really helpful and in case you change your mind (and hey for us girls, that’s our prerogative right?), you can return the items up to 3 months after purchase!!
A couple of things to look out for – although the refund period is great, you will have to cover the cost of postage both ways, which if you are only buying 1 thing, could work out quite expensive. The second thing is the postage – it is £4.50 per order – not too bad, it just means that to get your money’s worth you really need to order a big basket full – but where is the harm in that?!?!
P.S. The new Joules website has a load of new ranges on their site – certainly work a look.