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Lockdown outfit ideas

The UK has been on lockdown for quite some time now — leaving many people feeling unmotivated when it comes to outfit ideas. Life feels much too mundane when staying indoors all day, so why not spice things up with some new stylish looks? While we know that you’re not really going out much due to the circumstances, we thought we could share some pieces from fellow British designers that you can wear during the lockdown. Here’s a little fashion inspiration to help you (and your wardrobe) get through these dreary times: Walk in the Park This outfit is casual enough for a walk in the park, but it will also make you feel like you’re dressing up to go...

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3 Wardrobe Essentials for Ladies in 2021

The pandemic has left many living their daily lives in sweatpants and pajamas with nowhere to go. The vaccine rollout has people around the world waiting to unveil a fresh new style — with authenticity and uniqueness taking the forefront. While we absolutely love when people express themselves through style as we do when we design our clothing, it’s also important to note that everyone needs some basic wardrobe essentials in their closet. Here are three wardrobe essentials that you can rock in 2021 whether you love black or you want to bring the 90’s back:   A Little Black Dress Little black dresses are essential to have in your closet — they’re amazing pieces because you can either dress the...

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How to take care of painted Fabric items?

We think of painted clothing items as a piece of art. Take care of them and they will last. As with all clothing items the brightness of the colour can become less bold over time, so it is important to follow a few rules: Firstly you have to turn the garments inside out. Wash it in cold water with a mild detergent (hand wash or gentle cycle on your washing machine) this is very important: DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENER! It will eventually 'eat' the paints away. After washing lay them flat to dry or hang them up to drip dry (out of direct sunlight). Turn the item inside out before ironing it.

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