Explore Jersey’s finest independent Fashion Dispensary
Jacks Clothing is independently owned and run by a small but passionate team. A beautiful boutique with top lifestyle brands all under one roof.
Based in the heart of St Helier opposite the Jersey Central Market, Jacks is completely VAT free making our prices much stronger than the UK.
TOMMY HILFIGER is one of the world’s leading designer lifestyle brands and is internationally recognized for celebrating the essence of classic American cool style, featuring preppy with a twist designs.
What started as an invention for the American worker became the uniform of progress. Worn by miners, cowboys, rebels, rock stars, presidents and everyday men and women, these functional pieces were the clothes people not only worked in—they lived their lives in, too.
The Barbour story began in 1894 in the Market Place in South Shields. Today the 5th generation family owned business remains in the North East, with Barbour’s headquarters located in Simonside, South Shields. Barbour’s classic wax jackets are still manufactured by hand in the factory in Simonside.
Simplicity is at the heart of everything we do, and we strive to make everything not only beautiful but also useful. Our products have a utilitarian feel but at the same time we only use the softest, most comfortable and beautiful fabrics available.
“Contemporary country loving” is at the heart of the Joules brand and provides the vision we all work towards. Our in-house creative team take inspiration from nature and the changing British seasons to design clothing that enables our customers’ lifestyles, come rain or shine. We stand out with our unique use of colour and print – all of which are hand-drawn by our in-house team – as well as unexpected details. The Joules brand is all about connecting with life’s happy feelings and embracing quality time, doing the things we love with the people who matter.
(1985 to be precise)…in a far off land (the French Alps actually), two handsome princes (well, possibly not – more like ski bum Sean and catering student George) struck upon selling t-shirts and sweats to the mountain folk. Thus, White Stuff was born.