If your wardrobe is feeling a bit flat, adding an accessory with a lovely print and a vibrant history will do the trick. A Harris Tweed bag may be all you need to bring your next look together.
Learning about where your favorite scarf or throw comes from can make you appreciate it that much more and take you back to a time where you couldn’t just order something so intricate online! British wool is steeped in history, as is the Bronte By Moon brand.
If you’ve ever wanted to cozy up under a blanket or bundle up in the cold you’ve probably opted for a wool throw or garment. Have you ever thought about how your favorite merino wool throw was made? How about how wool itself is sourced?
Spring has sprung! Now is the time to refresh your wardrobe with accessories that are full of fun and color that can take you from warm to cold and spring to summer.
How are you going to show mom your appreciation this Mother’s Day? Clothes are great but require a size and jewelry is expensive. How about something affordable, without a size, super warm and will be used for years to come?
When you think of Scotland what comes to mind? One of the first things, after the Loch Ness Monster, is likely kilts and tartan. How did tartan become such an indelible part of Scottish culture and modern knitwear?
There has always been an admirable style associated with some of the most notorious people of the 20th Century. Much of this comes from a glorification via both Media and the big-screen, which both fuel people’s passion for their nefarious (if mostly white-washed) exploits.
Part of the appeal is that for a society that is so divided by wealth (and Class in the UK) that to see someone circumvent their preordained place in society on their own terms is deemed a thing to be admired. Naturally that comes with displays of that ‘success’ not least in terms of their dress sense.