Dani is possibly the best sale shopper I’ve ever met. It has to be said I’m not very good at bargain hunting, lets say it overwhelms me. That was until I had the Bicester Village experience, where you get to sale shop in a calm environment with no clutter. So with my partner in crime, off I went to a hunt out new treasures for my home, and of course to soothe my cosmetics addiction.
Two of my favourite home brands just happen to be at Bicester Village. The White Company which is a great go-to for home essentials. They offer between 25-40% off most things but if you’re willing to rummage you’ll find some bargains of 75% off. You can see below what I treated myself too.
My other favourite home shop in Bicester Village is Le Creuset. It has always been at the forefront of cooking technology. These stunning cooking, preparing and serving accessories are the perfect addition to any contemporary or traditional home and are amazing quality, unbreakable. Their Volcanic Orange Le Creuset Casserole still remains iconic and I just happen to have bought one. Again you will find a discount of 25-40% off.
The White Company
Le Creuset Casserole dish £132 (previously £199), £146 previously (£219), £166 (previously £249). I already have the orange one.
Stanley mugs from £7 (Previously £4)
Bath Mat £13.34 (previously £20), King Duvet Cover £28.50 (previously £95), Pillow Cases (2) £16.67 (previously £25)
There are only a hand full of cosmetic stores at Bicester Village but they still have it covered. The Cosmetic Company Store is there with discounts of around 25-30% off. The Cosmetic Company Stores sell premium makeup, fragrance and skincare products from over 30 prestigious Estée Lauder brands. Inventory in their stores comprises of excess items from their company and retail partners. Or products that have been discontinued or had their packaging revamped. There's lots of products to choose from, including Origins which is organic, so you won't be disappointed. A few of my other favourite beauty brands at Bicester Village including L'Occitane and The White Company. I didn't purchase any cosmetics as I'm lucky to receive most of my products for free – perk of the job. Although I still had lots of fun looking for my favourite brands, which I have shared below.
The Cosmetic Company Store
All this shopping can take its toll on our energy levels and no one likes a hangry shopper! Soho House and their continued expansion has not overlooked this little corner of Oxfordshire and they've taken their Farm success to a broader audience with their Farmshop bistro. The food was simple, reasonable priced and delicious. We devoured one of our favourites, veggi-burger!