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Westaway & Westaway Reviews

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Exceptional

Established in 1937 and selling online for 20 years, Westaways are Scottish Knitwear and British Clothing specialists

Service
5
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Product
4.8
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ratings over the past year

22 out of 588 reviews
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Mr Zeh
4 months ago
What Mr Zeh said about Westaway & Westaway:
Gute Kommunikation, schnelle Lieferung, gutes Produkt. Besser kann es nicht laufen. Danke vielmals. Jederzeit gerne wieder.
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Date of purchase: 14/12/2023
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Ms Beyer
4 months ago
What Ms Beyer said about Westaway & Westaway:
Lovely quality.
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Date of purchase: 03/10/2023
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Trusted Customer
4 months ago
This company has the purest and highest quality knitwear! I have a 40 year old sweater jacket/cardigan that is as perfect today as it was the day I bought it. I wish you still carried it. The short sl
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Date of purchase: 06/12/2023
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ML
4 months ago
What ML said about Westaway & Westaway:
First order with Westaway and everything was perfect from order to deliver. Items were of excellent quality. Highly recommended.
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Date of purchase: 23/10/2023
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Mr Whitham
Richmond, Virginia
4 months ago
What Mr Whitham said about Westaway & Westaway:
I have been purchasing clothing from Westaway for about 20 years. Every item has been of excellent quality and the service is unequalled.
Date of purchase: 01/12/2023
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Trusted Customer
4 months ago
I have used this company in the past, and have always found their services and products to be of the highest quality and would have no hesitation in recommending them.
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Date of purchase: 20/10/2023
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Ms Roberts
Selby
5 months ago
What Ms Roberts said about Westaway & Westaway:
Beautiful product promptly delivered
Date of purchase: 16/11/2023
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D B
London
5 months ago
What D B said about Westaway & Westaway:
Very good service, prompt delivery for Christmas.
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Date of purchase: 12/12/2023
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Mr Dixon
Hampshire
5 months ago
What Mr Dixon said about Westaway & Westaway:
Excellent service. Product as promised and very well packaged. My red Royal Stewart patterned shirt arrived in time for Christmas. Would use W&W again without hesitation.
Date of purchase: 10/12/2023
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Ms Francis
5 months ago
What Ms Francis said about Westaway & Westaway:
I thoroughly rate Westaway & Westaway as an excellent service provider. The two products I have purchased are of outstanding quality and both were delivered well and promptly.
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Date of purchase: 16/10/2023
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About Westaway & Westaway
Westaway and Westaway began trading as a men's wear wholesaler in 1937. It opened its first showroom in Bloomsbury, London at the end of the second World War and this became a retail shop during the mid 50's offering a large selection of high quality Scottish Knitwear and tartans which proved to be very popular with students and tourists from overseas. Its second shop was opened opposite the British Museum in the swinging sixties when tight fitting Shetland pullovers and mini kilts were the height of fashion. Westaways cotinued to expand during the 70's and became famous the world over for having possibly the largest selection of Cashmere knitwear from the leading Scottish manufacturers at the most reasonable prices in London. This was confirmed in an article in the New York Times written by Elaine Goodman early in 1985. At its peak in the early to mid 80's, Westaway & Westaway occupied three shops in the Holborn area of London, the one illustrated above at 62/65 Great Russell Street in front of the British museum, along with one the other end of the museum at 92/93 Great Russell Street, and a smaller one at 29 Bloomsbury Way. As the market decreased and the Scottish manufacturers dwindled in numbers, Westaways started going to Spain to sell directly to their customers there, and visited the towns of Bilbao, San Sebastian, Oviedo and Madrid. The business there grew leading to the first shop in Spain, at General Pardiñas, 74, Madrid which has been replaced by a new shop at Duque de Sesto, 13. This shop is currently closed until further notice. Westaways have always offered a mail order service to their customers. Originally this would be by phone or letter and conventional catalogue. With the advent of the internet and secure online transactions, westaway mail order is now an internet based business, although a catalogue is still available along with the conventional forms of ordering.
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About Westaway & Westaway
Westaway and Westaway began trading as a men's wear wholesaler in 1937. It opened its first showroom in Bloomsbury, London at the end of the second World War and this became a retail shop during the mid 50's offering a large selection of high quality Scottish Knitwear and tartans which proved to be very popular with students and tourists from overseas. Its second shop was opened opposite the British Museum in the swinging sixties when tight fitting Shetland pullovers and mini kilts were the height of fashion. Westaways cotinued to expand during the 70's and became famous the world over for having possibly the largest selection of Cashmere knitwear from the leading Scottish manufacturers at the most reasonable prices in London. This was confirmed in an article in the New York Times written by Elaine Goodman early in 1985. At its peak in the early to mid 80's, Westaway & Westaway occupied three shops in the Holborn area of London, the one illustrated above at 62/65 Great Russell Street in front of the British museum, along with one the other end of the museum at 92/93 Great Russell Street, and a smaller one at 29 Bloomsbury Way. As the market decreased and the Scottish manufacturers dwindled in numbers, Westaways started going to Spain to sell directly to their customers there, and visited the towns of Bilbao, San Sebastian, Oviedo and Madrid. The business there grew leading to the first shop in Spain, at General Pardiñas, 74, Madrid which has been replaced by a new shop at Duque de Sesto, 13. This shop is currently closed until further notice. Westaways have always offered a mail order service to their customers. Originally this would be by phone or letter and conventional catalogue. With the advent of the internet and secure online transactions, westaway mail order is now an internet based business, although a catalogue is still available along with the conventional forms of ordering.