White Stuff, Nottingham: It’s more than a shop, it’s an experience. I check out their new homeware range.
White Stuff, Nottingham.
White Stuff, Nottingham, is off the main drag, tucked away along one of the City’s most popular shopping streets, Bridlesmith Gate. The trademark exterior with it’s thoughtful and creative window displays, whilst enticing, give little hint of the delights and surprises that lie within.
I do love shopping in this store. Which is saying something, because my friends and family will confirm I’m really not a fan of clothes shopping. I much prefer poring over kitchenware, soft furnishings and furniture or browsing in bookshops. However, White Stuff is one of the few clothing stores I will happily visit. Why? Firstly, because White Stuff is ‘me’: I love the colours, patterns, styles, accessories, shoes, handbags. Given the chance, I could spend some serious money in the store because I like most of it! Case in point: Mr T feels confident enough to go in there and buy something for me…without me! Secondly, I love the sizing: I’m a 10 in White Stuff, compared to a 12 most other places, (result)! Thirdly, White Stuff in Nottingham isn’t just a shop, it’s an experience. Even if I’m not planning on buying anything, I’ll often pop in because it’s such a lovely place to browse. It’s one of my ‘happy places’.
The White Stuff experience.
As if getting changed in someone’s entrance hall weren’t enough of an experience, just around the corner there’s a cinema. How cool is that? If your kids are fed up of being dragged around the busy streets of Nottingham, they can settle into one of the cinema seats and watch a film. As well as giving the kids a ten-minute breather from mum’s shopping trip, you can also hire the cinema room for parties.
Once you’ve refuelled, you can either wander over to the piano and have a little sing-along, or you can check out the store’s latest arrivals, the White Stuff Home Collection.
The White Stuff Home Collection.
Over to you.
Do you have any favourite places to shop which are ‘more than just a shop and are an experience’? Do you like to shop at White Stuff? Why/Why not? What do you think of the new White Stuff Home Collection?
As always, I’d love to know what you think.
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This is a collaborative post. As always, all words and opinions are my own honest assessment.