If you don't mind making a detour to Bethnal Green, you can save up to a third on your favorite Burberry classics. A wide ... More
Burberry Outlet Store
If you don't mind making a detour to Bethnal Green, you can save up to a third on your favorite Burberry classics. A wide selection of women's wear, men's wear and children's wear, as well as British goodies like shortbread are available. After you rummage through classic jackets, blazers, trousers, purses, wallets, and of course, trench coats, you can wander through the markets of this East London neighborhood.
I've been once (it's at the end of my road) and couldn't believe the state of things. Ripped jumpers (for over £100!), nothing but ugly samples that would surely never see a production line, and enormous prices in a tatty factory full of brawling chavs. For these prices, you might as well buy retail and at least get a decent choice and this season's styles. Alternatively hit Ridley Road market in Dalston and pick up some better quality fakes for a fraction of the price...
Ugly suburb and maybe dangerous! From outside seems like a factory and so it is inside!Easy to find but has not a big variety of items and sizes. Some of them are second choice. Much more cheaper than the boutique but not so cheap as expected. In spite all this i would visit it again, hoping to find new items.
I thought the outlet store would be all messy and you wouldn´t be able to find a thing... So I was mighty surprised when I went in and saw that it wasn´t was I expected! I am definatly going back... I found shoes and bags and clothes for my boyfriend and family! Really good! It is a bit pricy but comparing with what I pay in the stores it is definatly worth it! Can´t believe I´ve just now discovered this one. Allthough its not all the newest trends, but the shoes and bags where alot of classics and the polo shirts etc...
The staff was helpful except for the ones in the till... But other than that... You get what you pay for, so I don´t expect to walk in there and get first class treatment either... =)
we are surprised with some reviews here. We have been there few times and always worth it, staff was really nice and friendly to us specially a blond guy at mens even that make us spent a lot. Nice guy. Staff at the tills was very nice and polite. No complains. No regrets. I'll def go back there next time in london.
I visited there just yesterday (02/09/2007)
Pros: nice and blight, quite big, not busy at all that one can spend ages in front of mirror to compare items.
Cons 1: the cashier with choked voice was rude. not unfriendly, RUDE.
Cons 2: NO RERUTN, NO EXCHANGE !!
It's a factory outlet and I expect not the best service but some items still cost like £400+. if the stuff is rude like that I'd rather spend my money at somewhere else.
The only con I can think of is the neighbourhood and the distance from central London. We got there in a Taxi, and our driver showed us where to go to get one back. This is not a place you want to be when it gets dark.
Lots of clothing for the entire family at prices that are afforable!
I am going back the next time I visit London.
I have been to the place three times, and I really like it. I changed over time to a more boutique kind of outlet - but really worth the trip!
The outlet have a grat selection of coats, clothing and bags.
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