We get asked a lot “Does Unidays do a Miss Selfridge discount code?”. Well we can confirm that as of May 2024 there is a Unidays Miss Selfridge discount available. The standard discount is 10% although sometimes it’s raised to 20% off for a limited time.


The Miss Selfridge Unidays code can be used online at missselfridge.com and can also be used in a store which is a nice touch.

Remember though that sometimes it is possible to get bigger discounts using general voucher codes. Make sure you check out our Miss Selfridge student discount guide page which has the latest updated Miss Selfridge codes, free delivery and other great savings tips for students.


Luckily Unidays has made it easy to get the 10% code. Just follow these steps below and you’ll get that fantastic discount:

  1. Do your shop on missselfridge.com and add all those fantastic Miss Selfridge dresses, tops, jeans and more to your basket!
  2. Head to the special student discount validation page on the Miss Selfridge website.
  3. Make sure you are logged into your Unidays account (you can also sign up here if you haven’t already).
  4. Generate your Unidays code
  5. Enter the promo code at the check-out page and click ‘APPLY CODE’
  6. The reduction will be applied!

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We’ve had a look through the terms and conditions and it looks like you can use the Unidays code for sale items which is fantastic. If you’re not sure then enter the code anyway and see what happens. You students don’t have anything to lose!

If you find yourself in-store then showing the Unidays app won’t get you a discount. You do need a valid student id card. Acceptable student cards include your NUS card, NUS Totum card or your college or sixth form id.

Remember that students at college and sixth form as well as university students also qualify for a Miss Selfridge student discount myunidays.com which is excellent. However, if you are still at school (up to GCSEs) then you won’t be able to get the code.

Secondary school students shouldn’t despair though because our main Miss Selfridge page lists discounts such as 10% with newsletter sign-ups.

If this status changes then will let you know. Oh and you can get a discount with Student Beans too.


Once the domain of exclusive department store Selfridges and now a high street fashion staple, Miss Selfridge is your must-visit shop for all occasion outfits; be that bumming around university, as usual, a night in the student bar, a big night out or a formal event. Aimed at women aged 18+, Miss Selfridge is usually slightly ahead of the fashion curve, so you’ll find all the trends to be alongside the current ones in the store.

Everything’s current and of good quality at Miss Selfridge, and perhaps a little more tailored and smart than you might find elsewhere in comparable retailers: so everything looks more ‘put together’ than pieces from competitors.


Jumpsuits can be a daunting prospect for the petite princess, but Miss Selfridge’s fitting and tailoring have created a great piece that won’t drown you out in the design. This full-length chunky jumpsuit is funky and fun for summer with bare arms and flip flops or can be dressed up with a black tee underneath, smart lipstick and plain pumps. The wide leg is flattering to all figures, and the square neck frames the face to allow you to play up or down your makeup and complement with a statement necklace if you wish. This Miss Selfridge piece is versatile and timeless – and at £15, it’s a total steal too!


Machine washable and neutral but striking, this on-trend coat adds an effortless edge to any outfit. It can be easily dressed up or down, depending on the occasion, and makes for an easy pull-on piece for when you’re lacking outfit inspiration. There’s no denying that £35 for a coat is a total bargain, and in this case, it looks like its set you back a hell of a lot more than that! Mix with other prints and colours for an eye-catching look or wear jeans and a plain tee – or all-black – to make this the focal point of your aesthetic.



Glitter isn’t just for Christmas – we need some in all our lives year-round! A close fit with funnel neck and long sleeves, this is a low-key effortless tee to pull on to jazz up any attire. Wear with black jeans and heels with hair scraped back for a night out, or just with jeans and neutral pumps to brighten your day. Shimmer and stand out wherever you go, for just a fiver! Remember you can get a Unidays or Student Beans discount on top.


Miss Selfridge sells both online and in bricks-and-mortar high street stores, as well as through Outfit outlets alongside other brands owned by its parent company, Arcadia Group. There are currently over 170 stores in the UK of varying sizes, as well as shops in the US, Egypt, Chile, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Australia, Bahrain, Israel, Ireland and Malta.

Always fashion-forward, Miss Selfridge frequently uses supermodels and the hottest of celebrities (most recently, the Kardashians) to work with them on high street campaigns that they otherwise may not consider. The current Miss Selfridge range spans jackets, tops, t-shirts, trousers, knitwear, skirts, dresses, loungewear, lingerie, beachwear and swimwear, as well as accessories and shoes. Sizes start at a UK 4 but there’s also a petite range for shorter women. There’s no plus-sizes as such, but their sister company Evans is well stocked for this range of customers.

Online, you’ll find additional collections include bridesmaids dresses, formalwear and prom dresses. These can be ordered and returned for free, so even though you’re not able to pick them up in a shop, you can try them on and change your mind with no hassle. The Miss Selfridge website also frequently hosts sales of items unsold in stores – so before you buy, check online to be sure you’re not missing out on a bargain!

Like many retailers, Miss Selfridge’s students discounts varies but we make it our mission to track down discount codes, vouchers and offer events: so make the site your homepage and peruse before you purchase to ensure you get the best possible price.

Miss Selfridge has a fantastic range of en point fashion. From dresses to tops, jeans, shoes, accessories and a whole host more, there is lots of choices and fortunately at pleasing prices.

Plus, with a Miss Selfridge discount, there are extra savings to be had for all you savvy learners including free delivery on orders over £30.


Miss Selfridge started life in 1966 as a plagiarised concept when the owner of Selfridges, Charles Clore, travelled to New York City and saw a window display for the Miss Bonwit young-fashion section of Bonwit Teller department store. Returning to the UK and implementing the same in his own shop, Miss Selfridge was born.

Aimed at teenage girls, the first of Miss Selfridge’s mannequins were based on then-model Twiggy and her iconic mini skirt. The first collection of dresses for the store were made of paper; designed to be worn once and then thrown away! Couturier Pierre Cardin was commissioned to design quarterly collections for Miss Selfridge, and the brand quickly gained consumer attention.

By 1969, Miss Selfridge appeared as concessions in department stores across the UK, with some independent shops opening on high streets alongside them. Models including Kate Moss, Yasmin le Bon, Tess Daly and Nicolette Sheridan all appeared in adverts for the brand before they became famous, and it wasn’t until nearly thirty years later than Miss Selfridge really hit the big time.

In 1999, Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group purchased Miss Selfridge, to run alongside its other fashion brands including Topshop, Topman, Dorothy Perkins and Evans. This saw Miss Selfridge expand again into small concessions within Topshop stores and into Outfit outlet stores on retail parks, as well as opening a London Oxford Street shop overlooking Topshop’s megastore on the road.

Today, Miss Selfridge operates in 25 countries on 4 continents and continues to enjoy success as a ‘go-to’ shop for women on the British high street. What lies next in store for this chain, no one knows – but it’s sure to be positive… and stylish!


Did you know…?:

  • Miss Selfridges began as a small section in Selfridges Department store in London in 1966.
  • By 1969 they had grown had some independent stores
  • In 2001 they opened a flagship store on Oxford Street London
  • It was one of the first retailers to use Kate Moss and has used other famous models such as Naomi Campbell, Yasmin le Bon and Tess Daley
  • In 2010 they launched the Gossip Girl collection
  • Free delivery on orders over £30

If you’re looking for similar offers then check out these pages below Unidays Topshop and Unidays New Look.