But not really the prices so much.
So when I discovered they have an outlet store not not many miles away, I couldn't wait to visit.
Today we did, and Emily and I had a lovely time having a good look around.
They sell items from all sections of their regular stores, but the products are end of lines, slight seconds, returned, are damaged or have items missing.There were a couple of things I was hoping to find- a fold-away backpack, and a new purse.
I also bought a couple of small gifts to give at Christmas, and some things, just because.
My favourite find was this gorgeous "Stationery Tin".
It was reduced to £4 as damaged, and with items missing. The lid should open up on a hinge, but was on round the wrong way. I'm not sure what should have been inside, but it only came with a little notebook, two little sticker sheets, and an eraser.
I've fixed the lid so I'm really happy with this pretty house tin- and it has a red spotty roof!
This "Secret Notes" book had its padlock and key missing. I got it for £2.
I've fixed it for now with elastic and a couple of buttons. I don't need it to lock, so a quick fix was all it needed.
This cute little card holder has stitching coming undone. I plan on fixing it, but haven't tried yet.
It only cost me £1 so if I can't or it goes wrong, I'll not have lost out too much!
I could have bought so much more, I think I was quite restrained only buying what I did!
Emily bought a few little things too- I'm glad she loves Cath Kidston things as much as me :o)