Recommended Reviews

  • 5.0 star rating
    18/7/2010

    I first discovered this shop over in Fuerteventura, and it's one of my ultimate all-time favourites. Gone are the days of hauling suitcases of clothing back to these shores, gone are the whimsical moments of contemplating a trip over to Ireland for the purpose, because a branch has opened in Liverpool! Yes, Liverpool One has its very own Pull and Bear, and if you're remotely interested in anything a little bit quirky, a little bit unusual, a little bit cutting edge, it's a great place to visit.

    Pull and Bear offers really reasonable high street prices and shoes, clothes and fashion accessories you're unlikely to find elsewhere. Really unique little touches like denim strappy flip-flops, tartan baseball boots, bib and brace dungaree worn jeans and polkadot zip-up hoodies as well as a plethora of flamingo and palm tree printed goodies (this is my new 'thing', just run with it) punctuate its shelves. And another thing - the music is always spot on in here. Many times I've been in the changing rooms far too long just to find myself  bopping along to The Breeders.

    It's the only Pull and Bear in the UK, so count yourself lucky Liverpudlians, you should take full advantage. The staff are always pleasant and the clothes are always awesome - some of the jackets might not last you years and years but they're very lovely to look at. What more could you ask for?

  • 5.0 star rating
    30/5/2010
    First to Review

    Daisy dukes
    Denim shirts
    Gingham blouses
    White sundresses
    Striped tee-shirts
    Rustic jeans
    Grandad shirts
    Cropped waistcoats
    Straw cowboy hats
    & Bales of hay

    I am L*O*V*I*N*G the Dukes of Hazard feel of Pull & Bear's current collection. Now, where's my Tammy Wynette and Willie Nelson cassette gone?

  • 4.0 star rating
    7/6/2010

    The thought of pulling a bear, whether that be as an act of actually tugging on the fur of a huge grizzly or romancing a koala, is a disturbing one. No wonder I avoided the shop for so long, only really taking my first steps in there last week. Now, though, I wish I'd been less squeamish - this shop has a range of good quality and low priced menswear. I picked out three, count them, pairs of shorts for an upcoming holiday as well as a good plain check shirt (no epaulettes, no different coloured plaid on the back - Burton and River Island take note) and it cost less than £35 - fantastic stuff.

    Some of the clothing is a little on the loud side (I can't see that I would ever pull off a t-shirt that has diamantes on it), some is a little staid (enough with the faux-national park sweatshirts with 'Colorado Moose Lodge' or similar on them) and some is just plain wrong (I won't describe their frankly deplorable selection of vests) but there is more good stuff than there is bad in here.

  • 5.0 star rating
    23/6/2010

    This is a great little shop and has been based in Liverpool One pretty much since the complex opened. It has two floors; the ground floor sells women's clothes, the top floor men's!
     The best thing about Pull and Bear is that they stock good clothes, of good quality, that follow the latest trends, and don't cost you an arm and a leg!
     You can get a decent hoody for between £20-£25, a tee shirt for around £10 and a pair of jeans for about £25-£30.
     Pull and Bear reminds me of H and M was about 5 years ago before they started stocking skinny jeans and neon v necks as standard, or maybe I'm just getting older!
    Either way, Pull and Bear is definitely worth a browse as I'm sure there's something for everyone here!
     Another bonus for all students (and friends of those with a student card) is the 10% discount they offer to all students, well worth taking advantage of!

  • 4.0 star rating
    24/6/2010

    Having the only store of a major international chain is a bit of a coup for Liverpool and possibly shows the shift in the Northwest power base for commecial expansion?  What do we think Manchester?

    Pull and Bear offers safe bet for clothing that follows the latest trends at very affordable prices.  Bold print T shirts and a wide selection of jeans are the staples with many accessories to adjust your look.  Like Zara, another Spanish brand, P&B seems to have a limited number of stock which means you don't see that many people wearing the same clothing - always a bonus if choosing one a striking design!

  • 4.0 star rating
    1/8/2010

    Pull and Bear is a unisex fashion store in Liverpool One which hosts two floors of stylish and trendy clothes.

    I quite like the image of this shop because of its rustic nature. Their clothes are unique in style and informal, which is ideal for a typical day out. In addition, they aren't overly expensive with prices ranging from low to high so you can expect to find something that catches your eye, at least in terms of price.

    Items of clothing which did catch my eye were a collection of t-shirts that had Marvel Heroes (such as Iron Man) and Looney Tunes as their design. I'd never come across that before and thought it was something different, so if you want to stand out from the crowd and look different, then come to Pull and Bear!

  • 4.0 star rating
    27/8/2010

    Pull and Bear provides exactly what it promises, casual clothing which is on trend for the young people of Liverpool. This place is easy going and very likeable indeed and it is easy to see why there is a heavy footfall of customers through their doors at all times.

    The prices are not bad and the clothes are actually good quality and I have been moved to purchase a few items from there myself in the past.

    The staff are helpful enough and the whole store just feels pleasant and it is very easy to relax and enjoy your shopping experience.
    On the whole a solid establishment which provides a good service to the youth of Liverpool through its quality clothing and excellently run store.

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