Superdry is a high street unisex clothing and accessories label proudly from Cheltenham (despite its Japanese graphics logo). It is fast becoming a reputable global lifestyle brand for its designs and quality garments inspired by the right blend of classic Americana and Japanese font with a British touch. The company operates through a multi-channel platform of stores, licensed stores, franchised, e-commerce, wholesale and distributors. In the quest to spread its passion for high-quality merchandises of fabrics and classic washes across the world, the company operates through 515 locations in 46 countries.
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Across the UK and continental Europe are 139 Superdry stores with an incredible reach to over 100 countries across the world operating from more than 20 websites, completes the company’s fantastic international appeal.
The company which has its headquarters in Gloucestershire was launched in 2003. It is a subsidiary of SuperGroup founded by Julian Dunkerton, an astute retailer, who owned Cult Clothing before Superdry was birthed. Just before its launch, James Holder of Bench (a skater brand famous for its T-Shirts and hoodies) left the company which he established after which Julian consulted with him and Superdry kick-started operations. While Julian had the brains for retailing, James pretty much had the gifting for designs- it was a solid partnership. This, however, didn’t happen before the founders’ inspirational journey to Tokyo. Since then the label has consistently outperformed the competition in the industry through strategic planning even though Julian feels reluctant to move the headquarters from Cheltenham to London, the epicenter of retail.
Shopping for sought items on your favorite store can be super exciting. Superdry recognizes this and it has looked beyond the adrenaline-inducing kick for shoppers with a responsive and simple website that caters for all clothing and accessory needs. From jackets to hoodies, Windcheaters, dresses, tops, watches, sunglasses, trainers, shoes and much more, Superdry.com offers the best quality, whether vintage or contemporary, that is stylish. The stocks come in for both men and women of all ages with an exclusive option of sports gears as well. Superdry got you covered indeed. Customers would have to have an account on the platform to have an exclusive access to the shopping experience no other brand offers. Superdry is quite unique as items are all slim fitting so you might want to consider this before placing an order. In addition, the size guide for both Men and Women is there to inform your decision.
Superdry offers free delivery to the UK, US, Canada, Australia and some other countries. At checkout a delivery charge, if it is not free, will be specified once the delivery addresses are filled. Times of delivery are stated at the checkout page based on working days only. The Standard delivery option is free for 20:00 same day dispatch. The CollectPlus option is free as well for same day dispatch on orders made by 17:00. While the Click and Collect option is free too for dispatching orders by 20:00 the same day. However, for those who want the Next Day delivery option, it is charged at £3.95 and £6 for Next Day –Pre-12 option. Superdry offers delivery on Specific days too at the rate of £3.95. The site can be consulted for international delivery options.
Purchases might not meet expectations all the time, therefore, a return of unsatisfied goods should be made in their initial condition within 28 days of receipt accompanied with a completed Returns Form. Returns can be sent back at no cost within the UK but its cost is solely borne by the customer from outside the UK. It usually takes a period of 7-10 working days from receipt of the goods at the company’s warehouse before the return process commences. A confirmation email will be received once it is the return has been processed with a new number for exchanged goods or a refund receipt.