New Look is located at 7, 9 Stonegate, Blake St, York YO1 8QJ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with New Look and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Need to know more about this business, please call us during business hours or visit our website and can get more information – of New Look by https://www.newlook.com/uk/store/York-Blake-St-York-GB-1713 .

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Jean Edwards

4 Google Rating

Really like this store go in most days. Very helpful staff

4/ 5

Really like this store go in most days. Very helpful staff

deborah whapples

5 Google Rating

Very busy but i love New Look

5/ 5

Very busy but i love New Look

Kaden Kellett-Jones

5 Google Rating

They always have super friendly staff, and the shop is huge and very open. The changing rooms are bi

5/ 5

They always have super friendly staff, and the shop is huge and very open. The changing rooms are big too and they have a disabled friendly changing room which is amazing.

Jennifer George

5 Google Rating

Really good range of curve clothing. Also a nice range of handbags, shoes and homeware. Definitely t

5/ 5

Really good range of curve clothing. Also a nice range of handbags, shoes and homeware. Definitely the best New Look in York.

KrisMoto23 .

3 Google Rating

Mens selection is a bit naff.

3/ 5

Mens selection is a bit naff.

Sue Ashmore

5 Google Rating

Brought a jumper.... I'm wearing it now it fits lovely. Nice staff

5/ 5

Brought a jumper.... I'm wearing it now it fits lovely. Nice staff

Susie Martinez

5 Google Rating

Great range of clothes & shoes. Nice little home range too. Large shop & well laid out. Friendly sta

5/ 5

Great range of clothes & shoes. Nice little home range too. Large shop & well laid out. Friendly staff. Bought some cute summery dresses for my daughter.

Owen Adams

5 Google Rating

A very good place to shop

5/ 5

A very good place to shop

Sophie Brown

5 Google Rating

Friendly staff, clean dressing rooms, well organized store layout.

5/ 5

Friendly staff, clean dressing rooms, well organized store layout.

Gillian Smith

4 Google Rating

25% off dresses great deal

4/ 5

25% off dresses great deal

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  • Monday09:00 - 18:00
  • Tuesday09:00 - 18:00
  • Wednesday09:00 - 18:00
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  • Friday09:00 - 18:00
  • Saturday09:00 - 18:00

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