Nice clothes but note the no refund policy, exchanges only. If goods have a fault, they wont process it in store but make the customer jump though lots of hoops. Therefore, recommend that you buy items John Lewis where you can acess refunds much easier
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Nov 30 1999
Bridging a cavernous gap between high street and high-end fashion, Reiss is the place to shop if you like your clothing well made and safely trendy. With its mix of tailored suits and separates and glamorous after-dark and special-occasion dresses, it’s not hard to figure out why this shop is popular.
The layout of the shop is clean, uncluttered and well organised, with staff readily available to offer advice. The look is smart, classy and trendy with menswear offering heavyweight dark denim, crisp shirts with epaulettes and chunky knits in neutral colours. For ladies, there are flirty shift dresses with exquisite details and ruching in the finest of fabrics. The brand’s 1971 Reiss collection is a highlight, while its no-refunds policy is a definite low point.
Reiss Kent House