High fashion, which reminded me of Macy's or Sax's Fifth Avenue in the States. Lots of "famous" name brand clothing at undiscounted prices for those who simply must wear whatever it is that's in season this season. Needless to say, that's not me.
This store also has a furniture and housewares department with prices that just about gave me a nosebleed.
But if that's you, this is your store. Ask about the personal shopper and the "gold shopper" lounge. Woo!
This is a great Debenhams.its massive, and really has everything you could hope for in a debenhams!
The staff are superhelpful, and when I recently went in to get some makeup needed to cover a blackeye(darn muggers!) for an interview, they were much nicer than the ladies in Boots in trying to help me find the best solution!
Debenhams in the Oracle is built over 4 floors.
It is big and modern and easy to walk around thanks to the escalators and lifts.
Compared with Debenhams Slough it is brilliant.
I like Debenhams anyway. It is not as posh as John Lewis or House of Fraser but then the prices are a lot more reasonable. There is a good variety of inhouse designer clothes by names such as Jasper Conran, John Rocha, John Richmond. There are ranges for younger people like Pineapple.
The store cafe serves good coffee and pastries.
This Debenhams Department store is absolutely huge and maybe that is part of the problem for me as I find it very difficult to find my way round in. It is one of those stores that I tend to browse in but always come away empty handed as it never quite hits the mark with me.
The clothes section again is huge but on closer inspection not that impressive with some of the less expensive items being almost tacky. I almost get the impression that you are paying more simply for the fact that it is Debenhams you are shopping in, unless of course if you are buying the designer labels.
Maybe this is a store for the younger generation those who are still young enough to enjoy pampering themselves with makeup, purfumes and other beauty products.
For me a middle aged mum it's not the type of store that appeals.
Debenhams in a large department store within the Oracle, containing several of its own brands and various popular concessions. Debenhams is normally quite busy but it is at its busiest on the mega days that it holds and of course on Boxing Day. There is a good sized women swear department containing brands such as warehouse and Jane Norman along with Debenhams own brand of Maine and Julian McDonald. The store has an easy layout to follow and the staff has always been warm and friendly. I would recommend anyone to visit Debenhams as I am sure there is something in there for everyone.
I do love debenhams, and this is a particularly good store - very large on several floors. Some good clothing ranges - but also good for gift ideas - good choice of cosmetics/perfumes and handbags!
Debenhams is a large department store in the Bridges shopping centre. It is attached to the side of a large multi storey car park, however you may struggle to find spaces on a Saturday or through the busy holiday season.
Debenham's has 3 floors, the ground floor has mens clothing and cosmetics and perfume. The first floor has women's clothing and lingerie. The 2nd floor has the Debenhams cafe, home products, luggage and children's clothing, here you will also find the toilets.
I always enjoy shopping in Debenhams as there is plenty of choice and the staff are usually friendly. The cafe is alright but the service in there can be poor. The food is average just beware of the often poor service from the staff.
very big again a bit pricey but nice stuff
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