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Debenhams Last Store Review

Debenhams Last Store in England is to close. This great clothing company was known across Europe for quality workmanship and chic designs for over 150 years. It was founded by Mr. Richard Clements in any event that can be remembered.

Mr. Clements had been a carpenter before he decided to establish his own company in 1534. His brother, John Clements, assisted him and the two men began making items for their customers. The name of the shop was the Denhams Last Stop. Mr. Clements worked out of this homey shop until his death from natural causes.

Many people visit The Debenhams Last Store to see the clothing line that Mr. Clements designed. This store is still open today in the North London area. It is known for offering quality clothing at reasonable prices. Some of the well known items sold here are suits and coats. There is a special display dedicated to coats alone.

The company was taken over by its current owner Mr. Neil Davidson in 2021. He brought many new talents with him from his previous companies. A few of these people were formerly involved with Debenhams. They brought their knowledge of the business to the new company. They have done an excellent job of keeping the business moving.

The company has four retail branches in London. These branches offer a large variety of clothing including ladies garments, men’s suits, children’s suits, and ladies shoes and handbags. These are located in Docklands, Camden Town, Clapham Common, and Holborn.

Debenhams offered shoppers a great selection of shoes, handbags, belts, wallets, scarves, and accessories. Some of these are branded names, while others carry other famous brands. Each department is organized differently. This helps the customer locates the appropriate product without having to search endlessly through the aisles. This is a great way to spend a Saturday morning if you are running short on time.

The Debenhams had a collection of accessories as well as mens, womens, and children’s shoes, socks, scarves, hats, and belts. The kids’ section featured jeans, boots, jogging pants, and beach wear. The women’s line has blouses, shirts, pants, skirts, and blazers.

The staff were typically knowledgeable about their products and were friendly and helpful. It is certainly an end of an era for this high-profile department store. It will be sadly missed across the country as 1 of the most popular stores of all times.

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