Gray & Osbourn Spring 2013
Who's it for? Elegant co-ordinates and versatile outfits for stylish women.
What's the offer? Here are the current offers available at Gray & Osbourn:
- Designer clothes for stylish women
Love It? Gray & Osbourn have new exclusive ranges from designers Basler and Betty Barclay with collections including tops, dresses, jackets, trousers and skirts in sizes 10 to 24.
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Next day delivery is standard. Delivery is just £4.99 no matter how large your order.
If you are not entirely satisfied you can return your selection to us in an unused condition within 28 days of receipt for a full refund of the purchase price or exchange. A returns form will be in your parcel. This does not affect your statutory rights. Please allow up to 3 weeks once you have returned your parcel for the refund to be credited.
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Potted History ... Founded in 1989, Gray & Osbourn is a mail order ladieswear company providing elegant co-ordinates and versatile outfits for stylish women over the age of 45. Today, at their head office in London, they employ a great team of 22 enthusiastic staff. They are supported by a dedicated call centre team in Sheffield and a warehouse team in Peterborough. All of them are passionate about the Gray and Osbourn business and committed to bringing the best clothes, accessories and personal service to their customers.
What Gray & Osbourn Says ...
Our brand stands for contemporary style that:
- Is stylish and inspiring
- Is about your outlook on life and not inappropriate short-lived fashion trends
- Provides outfits which are special without being fussy
- Delivers high quality at affordable prices
- Fits and flatters every type of mature figure
- Offers real choice
- Gives confidence that you can be well dressed for every occasion
What the press say
Gray & Osbourn has been sold for £8.25 million to N Brown Group PLC. Gray & Osbourn had sales of £17.2 million in 2005 on which in returned a pre-tax profit of £700,000. Its management will be retained by the new owner which is seeking to strengthen its presence in the upmarket midlife ABC1 demographic group.