Advantages good quality, simple, sophisticated casual clothes
Disadvantages can be expensive
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Massimo Dutti is part of the Spanish clothes group that also own Zara. On the whole they sell clothes that are more refined and sophisticated and are a crossroad between a designer label store and a high street store.Their clothes are more robust than Zara's and this is the general opinion from people I know whom have bought from both. I have bought a jumper and a leather Jacket from Massimo Dutti, although the jumper has shrunk a bit in the wash, which I guess is expected (it is a year and half old). The Jacket was around £150 in Spanish Pesetas but the quality is superb and it shows the type of shop it is, as it came in a jacket holder like a suit one to protect the jacket (even came with the hanger how good is that). The shop assistants are friendly and even remembered me after a few days when I went back to get a belt.
In general the Spanish dress better than the English and this is reflected in the price and quality of their clothes, yet they are very conservative when it comes down to fashion and the clothes do seem simple and plain. The clothes may not be cheap but you get what you pay for.Massimo Dutti can be found in various countries and is mainly based in Spain and I think there is even a shop in London.
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