Dedicated fashion comparison retail service

Online fashion bargain hunters now have access to a dedicated fashion comparison service that aims to make shopping for clothes easy, quick and suitable for any budget.


Founded by three entrepreneurs from Nottingham, Style Compare  was set up to make online fashion shopping easy. By putting all of your favourite brands in one place, with a comparison tool at your fingertips, you can find the right item at the right price – hassle free.

Style Compare recently launched to enable a quick, comprehensive and trust-worthy price check of over 20,000 different items, is keen to offer the much needed service to the price conscious fashion buying public.

A model that has experienced huge success in the financial services sector, price comparison is yet to fully encompass the whole retail market, with fashion being one area in particular that has so far been weakly serviced by any comparison service.

“ makes it easy for people to find the right product at the right price” – says co-founder Jonny Challenger.

He continues – “It enables people to shop for their favourite brands from their favourite retailers, such as Laura Ashley, Urban Outfitters and Miss Selfridge to name just three, whilst knowing that they’re getting the best deal.”

With strong relationships with some of the fashion’s biggest retailers, Style Compare combines the familiarity of the high street with the convenience of online shopping – all guaranteed to be at the best price.

Additionally, a regular flow of discount codes makes Style Compare an essential online service for anyone looking for a stylish bargain.

Style Compare is the brainchild of Jonny Challenger, Jake Gibilaro, and John Nolan – all under the age of 30 and all sharing a joint frustration at the lack of comparison services for fashion conscious online shoppers.

Co-Founder Jake Gibilaro said. “If you’re looking for car insurance, a loan or even a toaster, you’re likely to be able to run a quick and reliable comparison. But if you want a maxi dress, trainers ,or a playsuit, you have to either hope you’re getting the best price or spend hours going back and forth between sites to find the best price. You may as well just go into town”.

The site was launched on 27th April 2009 and boasts over 20,000 products from 500 different labels and an increasing amount of big-name retailers.

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Topshop, Urban Outfitters and teenage fashion

I’m Martha, I’m 13 and I’m doing a days work experience at October (otherwise known as my teachers are on strike so I’ve had to come to work with my dad!). I’ve checked out a few websites for teenage fashion and clothing.

One of the sites I looked at was:

I thought it was very easy to work your way round the site and find what you were looking for. There was a huge range of all types of clothes, they had lots of clothing that would be very easy to wear everyday, which is what i mainly look for when i go shopping.

Their clothing was very up to date and had a big, spring/summer range.

They have clothes in lots of different styles to suit anyone, and provide sizes from 6-16 for most items. They also have a useful size guide for each item, so if you don’t know what size to buy, you can use it to find out.

And they also sell accessories too…

I found that:

lots of their items go well with each other, and you could easily put together a whole outfit just from this shop/site.

– They also sold a range of wintery clothing too – coats, jeans etc.

And they’re nearly all at prices that are easily affordable.

I really like their selection of clothing.

I also had a look at urban outfitters website- Their site was very easy to use and I could find what I needed very quickly, which is good. Though some of their items are not as affordable as prices in other shops like Topshop, or New Look and other teenage clothes shops, I really like their clothing range.

It’s unique and unusual, which is one of the things I like about it – I don’t really want to wear clothes that everyone else is wearing because that’s just a bit boring to be honest, but if you wore clothes from urban outfitters you would stand out and look individual, which is, one of the main things I would look for if I was buying clothes.

They have a large range of clothing for all seasons.

Some of their clothes are not as casual as they are in Topshop etc. but that means you could also buy clothes from there for a more posh, or special occasion. I really like nearly all their clothing, and would definitely wear it myself!

There’s also – All Saints – It’s too expensive for me really, but it is a very cool shop……one day maybe, if my Dad pays me for helping him at work today….Dad…where are you?????

Love Martha x
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