I may be extremely late to the Reserved party, in fact I probably am. I have only recently started going back into London on a regular basis of recently and it was literally only a few weeks ago that I was on my way to Selfridges and happened to walk past this giant new (to me) store on Oxford Street!
From my very quick browse and try -on session, I would place this store somewhere in between the likes of H&M and Mango in terms of quality and price point. It’s pretty evident from my try-on session that it was the dresses that stood out to me. I am trying to stay away from the oversized, voluminous floaty dresses, because I have those and I’m not really loving myself in the anymore, and Reserved did not disappoint. In fact there were lots of gorgeous knee length dresses, shorter dresses than what I have been used to sharing on my grid.
I have been shopping shoes and handbags A LOT of lately, so I steered away from leather goods. Nevertheless, if you’re on the hunt for some inexpensive shoes to update your wardrobe, then Reserved could be an alternative spot on the high street to your standard Zara or Topshop. What I liked about their range of shoes is there are plenty of real leather shoe options on offer at relatively affordable prices.
Below are the dresses I tried on in my IGTV Reserved Try-On Session, plus a few other dresses and shoes that I am loving on the site. I would say though, although I really liked the items in-store, I have been told that it can take a while to get your money back with online returns, so be wary of this before ordering or consider going in-store (not massively convenient!). Having said that, the changing rooms in Reserved are amazing and each changing room is hooked up with a tablet to assist your try-on session, so you can quite comfortably spend some time trying on in the changing rooms if need be.
Watch my Reserved Try On Session to get a full review on the dresses I tried on.
Happy browsing Lovelies😘😘😘
Thank you for stopping by, Ayesha x