If you’re a big Cath Kidston fan like me, then you will absolutely love their pretty products, but not like the price tag quite as much! I find that Cath Kidston stuff can be a little pricey, but if you’re not too far away from their Factory Shop in St Neots (Cambridgeshire), then you can pick up some bargains!
I believe there’s also outlet stores at Bicester Village, Ashford, Cheshire Oaks, Gloucester Quays, and Gunwharf Quays, although I’m not sure if they just sell end of line and clearance stock. Whereas the Factory Shop in St Neots (attached to their warehouse) also sells damaged and faulty goods too (which often are hardly damaged at all).
Take a look at my Cath Kidston Factory Shop haul I picked up on a recent visit!
First of all, I don’t usually make a habit of posting photos of my undies on the internet! But these pretty jersey knickers are so soft and comfy and are some of my favourite ‘comfy pants to wear. I have a few pairs in different patterns as I tend to pick them up in the sale. They usually retail for £7 each but in the Factory Shop they are £4 or £5 each. It’s nice to treat yourself to new undies every so often!
I found this set of 4 napkins reduced from £15 to only £6! I love the floral pattern and I can’t wait to get them out at my next afternoon tea party!
I also picked up some crockery pieces with the gorgeous bird print half price! The bowl and the dinner plate were reduced from £7 to £3.50 each, and the small side plate was reduced from £5 to only £2.50.
As there wasn’t an exact matching mug available I picked up this very similar duck egg blue bird pattern mug half price, reduced to only £4 from £8.
I also picked up this pretty floral tea towel which was only £3 reduced from £7.
My best friend has recently had a baby girl so I couldn’t resist picking her up a few bits too! This pretty floral hat came in an organza bag and was only £3 as a pair of the matching socks were missing.
I also got her this gorgeous cotton summer dress set! Reduced from £22 to only £8.
I also couldn’t resist picking up another one of these big biscuit tins! They often have these as they can easily get a bit dented so they end up being seconded as ‘damaged stock’ and sold in the outlet stores. It was reduced from £14 to £4, and it’s hardly even damaged! It sits on my kitchen windowsill alongside the tins I picked up on my last visit!
I also absolutely love this pretty floral vase that I bought. It’s only tiny but I thought it would look cute in my living room, and it was reduced from £10 to only £4.50.
Here’s a few photos I snapped in the store on my visit…
If you’ve visited the Cath Kidston outlet shops then let me know what bargains you’ve found!