I’ve been obsessing over a particular & Other Stories jumpsuit ever since it dropped last year, which led me to wonder: do they restock, and if so, how often?
The jumpsuit in question is a gorgeous corduroy number in bubblegum pink, which I also own in lilac. The problem is that I sadly shrunk mine in the wash, so I’ve been dying to get my hands on another.
There’s also a darker purple in stock right now but it’s the pastels I’m after, so I did some digging to find out whether they’ll ever produce them again and I thought I’d let you in on what I managed to find.
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Do & Other Stories restock?
If a piece does particularly well one season, it seems that & Other Stories often repeats the same design. This might be in a different colour or print, but sometimes it will release the exact same item again the following year.
If you’re wondering whether a current item may come back into stock soon, I recommend keeping tabs on the website. Like many online stores, when items are returned the brand puts them back online.
If you’ve exhausted all options, try visiting ASOS and seeing if it’s available there.
How often do & Other Stories restock?
Judging by the fact there’s a dedicated Back in Stock section, it’s safe to say the brand restocks pretty often. I can’t say for definite how often this happens, as it may be when someone returns an item that it pops back in stock.
The best thing to do is look regularly on the website if there’s a specific item you’re after.
If you’re looking in-store, be aware that merchandisers move stock around regularly to keep the shop floor looking fresh.
How does & Other Stories fit?
First and foremost, I recommend trying on everything before you make a purchase to avoid being disappointed.
If you’re in a rush or want to avoid ordering more than one size online, I can offer my personal advice but this will vary from person to person of course.
I find & Other Stories fits true to size, with dresses being a little on the large side. One user on Mumsnet agrees, writing: “Tops are all massive so I go small. Bottoms are roughly true to size or a little large. Dresses seem to be a little on the big size too.”
For the most accurate estimate, visit the brand’s size guide here.
Who is & Other Stories owned by?
Believe it or not, & Other Stories is actually owned by the H&M group. Next year will be the brand’s 10th anniversary.