Bonmarché is the UK's largest value retailer selling affordable quality womenswear in a wide range of sizes (12-24) to women over 45 years. Ranges include casual and formal separates, outerwear, swimwear, lingerie nightwear and accessories, all designed with the more mature figure in mind.
In 2007, it launched a collection designed in collaboration with David Emanuel, the designer famous for the co-design of Lady Diana Spencer's wedding dress in 1981. This collection has a slightly higher price point than the main Bonmarché range but still represents very good value for money.
Bonmarché has over 380 stores nationwide with a growing high street presence. It employs over 4,000 people with head offices and warehouse distribution based in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
The business was founded in 1982. It was acquired by The Peacock Group in 2002 which also includes Peacocks. Since that time it has shown significant growth.
The Peacock group strives to offer outstanding value, well presented stores and excellent customer service.