Grazia Magazine Reviews
Description:A weekly glossy publication with all the latest celebrity gossip, current affairs stories, fashion, and lifestyle tips.
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Customer Grazia Magazine Reviews (19)
by - written on 13/11/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I have to admit to being the most fickle kind of purchaser of women's magazines - in that I generally only buy them if they have decent freebies in them. I picked up Grazia just on the off chance. It costs £1.95 and is unusual in the glossy women's magazine field in that it comes out weekly rather than monthly. **Description** The front cover, I think slightly belies what is inside and makes it look a bit more of a hysterical celebrity focussed one than it is. It tends to be a bit preoccupied with misleading headlines eg 'Russell kisses a girl (but its not Katy) but when you read the article you find out the that the kissee (is that a word?!) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/11, updated on 13/11/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I love clothes and girly things so a great women's magazine is always welcome to me (sweeping generalising so sorry because I realise not all women are make-up/clothes/shoes obsessed and we sometimes like topics which are in no way featured in these magazines - I know this by personal experience). Most women's magazines are, generally about true life experiences, celebrity and fashion. I don't follow any fashion because I already know what style I like and it's already been done but I do enjoy reading about fashion; true life experiences are everywhere but they tended to portray all men as useless or inferior when I read them in other weeklies (very unfair) and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
This is my favourite weekly by far. It comes out every Tuesday and costs £1.95. So it is a bit more expensive than some other weekly magazine, but it's definitely worth the extra. It doesn't just cover celebrity gossip or real life stories (although it does still contain both of these) it also has politics sections, current affairs, and good, thought provoking journalism. A favourite section of mine is the 'fashion charts' where it does a 1-10 countdown of their best brands of the week, with an example of each. It veers between high street and high-end designer (for example, in a recent issue, it had a pair of £30 River Island trousers next to a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/10, updated on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
For the past few months- whilst temporarily staying with my mother- I have been a regular Grazia reader. My mum buys this as part of her weekly shop, which surprised me as it's quite fashion-heavy, and she's not ever really been one to keep up with fashion all that much. In my opinion it is clearly aimed at slightly older women than the usual weekly magazines, and those with a little more disposable income. Although high street fashion is covered to a degree, they certainly don't shy away from covering top-end clothes and accessories. I find that there is a good mix of stories in Grazia- they cover "celebrity gossip", but in a much more sympathetic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/09 (Very useful, 115 readings)
Grazia is a magazine that I have been buying more recently. It has been around for a couple of years now and is a more classy celebrity and fashion magazine. Grazia is a weekly magazine that currently costs around £1.95 a week. Sometimes they have a voucher inside to get money off the next issue which is good. It comes out on a Monday but should be available to buy all week. You can tell that Grazia is a bit more classy than your normal celebrity magazine instantly looking at the front cover. There is usually a picture of a celebrity, but this will be a celebrity looking galamorous rather than looking bad. The writing is usually all themed around a ... Read the complete review
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