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"Next" - looking for insights/advice/etc. on brand

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by UnfairAdvantage, Sep 2, 2016.

  1. UnfairAdvantage

    UnfairAdvantage Member

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    Hello SF people!
    I'm looking for anyone with experience with the brand "Next" - formally known as Next plc, an apparently rather large GB retail clothing line that appears to offer a wide variety of products for numerous categories including Men, Women, Children, etc. I've never had/seen any items from their men's offerings (they don't currently have any stores in the US) and am curious about the quality of their products. Any insights appreciated!

    http://us.nextdirect.com/en/about

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Next_plc


    Thanks,
    UA
     
  2. YourMadeInItaly

    YourMadeInItaly Active Member Affiliate Vendor

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    It isn't an Italian brand, as written in your title.
    Your thread is correct, it is a UK retail clothing
     
  3. UnfairAdvantage

    UnfairAdvantage Member

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    Thank you - I've edited to correct that error (it's been a long week/morning!).
     
  4. g3org3y

    g3org3y Member

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    Reasonably mediocre high street clothes tbh. Nothing special. You'd be better off spending your money at Charles Tyrwhitt imvho.
     
  5. Astaroth

    Astaroth Senior member

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    They are a typical, moderately conservative, high street fashion brand. Not good quality and low durability but priced accordingly - about $100-$180 for a suit including sales tax. Mainly aimed at younger people though their "business wear" is less fashion forward so has a slightly wider age range appeal than some of their competitors.

    Their formal shirts are often sub $11 (exc sales tax) when multibuying. Fine for the 16-25 year old with their first job etc but people quickly move on to the likes of Charles Tyrwhitt, Hawes and Curtis or TM Lewin whos shirts are about 2-2.5 times the price (again on multibuy).
     

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