What is Brand Attic?
Brand Attic is an online retailer of men’s and women’s clothing and accessories launched in 2015. Its headquarters is located in Manchester, UK. The clothing from the retailer has been featured in the Daily Express, Stylist, Shortlist, Daily Mail, Capital FM and Wish Wish Wish. In 2016, they were shortlisted for the E-Commerce Start-Up of the Year at the Northern E-Commerce Awards.
The company is an online store providing an experience built to surprise consumers at every turn. Their inspiration was venturing up to an attic, where more often than not, people are surprised by everything they find, things that they may have forgotten about entirely, mementos of essential moments in their lives, whether it be big or small. Brand Attic represents a new way to buy online as well as a new thinking. They want to change how customers shop online by combining top quality and service with amazing price. They always make it a point to change and improve and to exceed their customer’s expectations to make their shopping experience a pleasant and surprising one.
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Charlotte Buttrick shares her favourite Autumn styles straight from Brand Attic. Items featured in the video are:
- Pink suede biker jacket
- Court heels
- Polka dot dress
- Raw denim skirt
- White off the shoulder top
- Burgundy wrap dress
What does Brand Attic sell?
Your journey through their online shop should be one of discovery and excitement. That’s discovery in any aspect of the experience as well, whether it’s uncovering a brand you weren’t expecting to see, or being taken aback by the final cost of your cart. They’re a department store that wishes to surprise you at every turn. They place as much importance on the shopping experience as they do in the brands they offer. Their online catalogue includes the following categories:
- New In
Tom’s Tip: Their Sale section offers up to 60% off on select products for men and women across all categories so make sure to always check this section to get even more value for your money!
How do I contact Brand Attic?
What are the delivery options for Brand Attic?
UK Standard Delivery
- Cost: FREE on all orders.
- Delivery Time: Within 3-5 working days.
UK Next Day Delivery
- Cost: £3.99
- Delivery Time: Order before 6pm* Monday to Thursday to receive your order the next working day. Orders made after 6pm will be delivered the day after (excludes Saturday's and bank holidays).
- Cost: £6.99
- Delivery Time: Within 5-10 working days.
Rest of the World
- Cost: £12.99
- Delivery Time: Within 7-14 working days, tracked service.
How do I return an item to Brand Attic?
You can return your items by post to their warehouse with 21 days of receiving it. Refunds are processed within 5 working days of the warehouse receiving them, however this may be longer during busier periods. They also offer FREE UK Collect Plus returns. Your return postage label will be in your invoice order confirmation.
All items must be returned with the original packaging and all tags intact to the following address:
Advanced Supply Chain
For more information, read their full Returns Policy.
Use their Brand Attic student discount code at the checkout to enjoy 20% student discount off your order.
Skateboarding 2015 – Threadbare Stories
Skateboarding 2015 : Urban contemporary men’s summer fashion meets skateboarding. Laurie Barnes is a skateboarder from Devon who took some time to talk to Dirty Sanchez's Dan Joyce, their guest filmmaker, about building the Greenpeace skate ramp at Glastonbury Festival, skating with holy cows in India and forming a competitive downhill team with his dad. Laurie is wearing Brand Attic's Threadbare line.