I decided to do this House Of CB review almost immediately after writing my post on PrettyLittleThing aka PLT. I want this blog & my YouTube channel to be filled with content that you find useful. And I think this is most certainly a brand that you guys are interested in. We’ve all seen our favourite celebs wear House Of CB right? Even Beyonce has worn the brand a ton! When compiling this House Of CB Review, I opted for a similar method to my PLT review. Clothing item cost was £45 however, the orders were shipped via different methods. International shipping costs £15. Domestic UK shipping costs £10.

House Of CB is owned by 25 year-old Conna Walker. She is all kinds of BOSS BABE goals with over 50 concession stands worldwide (store within store eg. inside TopShop Oxford Circus). HQ is in London, where everything is designed in house. And the product is made in China (a quick look inside at the garment wash care shows where an item is made). I have visited House Of CB stores in London & they are absolutely stunning! Everything is very bright, & perfect for your Instagram selfies! House Of CB known for their bandage dresses however, when shopping their site, I didn’t want to buy any. My style has changed, & party dresses are not something I wear for the most part. And I didn’t want to waste my money lol. So, when I was scrolling the website, I found 2 jumpsuits on sale that I loved, & that I could see myself wearing over & over again.

Here is what I ordered:

ORDER 1 (Shipped directly to South Africa)

9 January 2019 | Order placed online BUY HERE

Antonella Khaki Satin Jumpsuit  £45 (on SALE from £129)

International shipping £15

Total: £60 / R1105.33 (Paid via SA Credit Card)

14 January 2019 | Arrived at my office via courier

Customs: NO TAXES

Total order R1105.33


ORDER 2 (Shipped via Aramex Global Shopper)

9 January 2019 | Order placed online BUY HERE

Abbi Rose Pink Side Boob Jumpsuit £45 (on SALE from £129)

UK Domestic shipping £10

Total : £55 / R1013.22

12 January 2019 | Arrived at AGS warehouse in London

14 January 2019 | Invoice uploaded by me to my AGS profile

15 January 2019 | AGS shipping to SA R409 (shipment & service fee)

16 January 2019 | Parcel sent for customs clearance

22 January 2019 | Amount due to be paid for customs was R658.77 (Clearance is done via Aramex on your behalf as you upload your invoice to the AGS website)

24 January 2019 | Arrived via courier to my door

Total order R2080.99 😭 …the things I do for content! 

Anyway, here is my take on these items: