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Catering to a younger clientele, Pull and Bear was formed in 1991 with fashionable threads, quality construction and affordability in mind. The brand houses three clothing lines, namely Pull and Bear for urban casual fashion, Sickonineteen that boasts retro vintage clothes and Xdye, a range that fuses sport, street and technology influences.
What makes it the best? I say is its always up-to-date and time tested fashion sense that does not scream for unwanted attention that is affordable. In fact, I suspect that Inditex owns the best designers' brains as their clothing styles and fabric quality always outshine others'.
Walk into the store and be immersed in cosy, cheerful fashion. Conveniently located at the town areas, there are 4 stores to satiate your latest fashion appetite: two at Orchard, one at Vivocity and the last at Bugis+.
I would recommend a weekday afternoon visit as they will be rather packed on weekends. Also, perhaps the best bargains do not apply to their shoes, quite particularly, as I find their footwear can be quite unreasonably priced at times. But this is all I have to gripe about.
In my opinion, the sales staff was extremely helpful (both Ion outlet and Taka). There was once I requested a new piece at the Ion outlet but they ran out of stock. However, they took the initiative to reserve a piece for me at the Taka outlet.
Also, the materials used is comparable to Zara. Although the fashion styles are somewhat different, they both offer fantastic fits for teenagers to working class adults as the consistently refresh their stock intake and offer a variety of clothing.
Great service, good materials, nice store ambience. I would definitely continue patronising P&B!
To me, the shirts here are of top notch, for a mere 50 dollars I think it seems quite alright, considering its quality. The shirts are extremely comfortable and some of them can even be worn to work! The clothes at pull and bear have a sense of sophistication yet it remains a casual wear brand.
So in Pull & Bear you're likely to find simple prints, striped, colours and basics. I especially like their jeans because they come in many colours AND are priced affordably! (60 dollars/pair of jeans) It is rather comfortable as well. If you're tall, you would know that looking for skinny jeans is a major problem because if it fits the waist/length, it probably is too baggy. However, at pull & bear, you can say goodbye to that problem! The cutting of their skinny jeans is perfect- all the way down to the ankles.
So yes, tall asians find your jeans here!
The staff there, fortunately, do not adopt the annoying policy of ‘must-follow-customers-with-every-step-they-take’; which means you will have to approach them when you have enquiries. Well, at least I can speak for the outlet at VivoCity.
It definitely caters to the young adults; and has some working attire clothes for the working class, amongst some other fashion accessories such as shoes and bags. In my opinion, it is another Mango/Zara; but with a much smaller range of items and more pricey. It does, however; sell more funky and trendy clothes than Mango/Zara, fantastic for fashionistas. Definitely not the place to go if you have a tight budget.
In my opinion, I definitely would not step into Pull and Bear even if I walk past it. There are other similar retailers such as H&M and FCUK which sell equally trendy clothes and for the similar quality; but for a much lower price.
Prices can get rather unreasonably expensive for certain pieces, but majority is above average priced. Quality is, of course, lacking when compared to its sister store (Zara) but one can hardly complain with the difference in amount one is paying.
In my opinion, the menswear section is rather exciting. Surprisingly, I tend to find pieces that I like extremely well. I find that the shoes sold here are attractive and stylish, and can easily rival Topman’s. I find myself always coercing my male friends to get shoes here!
Do pay Pull & Bear a visit, you’ll never know what you may end up with.
As a fashion lover, I would say that Pull and Bear fares on average , not too good and not too bad either.
Here is why, the good thing of shopping in Pull and Bear is this shop is really suitable for teenagers and young adults. They can get anything from printed T-shirts, short, skirts, jeans, pants, rompers, dresses , to shoes, sandals and high heels. Sounds like heaven for girls, yes?
Not only that, men's shoes and apparels are also available here , so basically this shop is a great and a complete space for shopping.
The drawbacks kick in when we are talking about the prices of the SOME items which are not justified by the poor materials used.
Take for an instance, the dresses ( long dresses or maxi dresses). The lining is improper, the materials are bad and threads are seen coming out from some parts. And this could cost above $50.
Another drawback comes from the display of specific items like T-shirts and sale items. They don't seem to be displayed properly and sometimes, it is hard for the shoppers to choose the item of same design,with different sizes as they are placed all over the area.
I don't frequently shop here, but if I pass by Pull and Bear, I would definitely pay this shop a visit.