Did you know that a hamam towel is lighter, more compact and quicker to dry than a normal terry towel? No, we didn’t either which is why we snapped these up for the shop. They’re also made of cotton and available in lots of lovely colours from £14.00. A lovely present for yourself or someone else don’t you think? A hamam towel is also amazingly versatile because you can use it as a pool towel, wrap or sarong. Keep one in your bag if you get chilly on a plane or cover a aby to keep cool. It also makes a handy tablecloth, picnic blanket or easy-care throw. We LOVE them. this is just one of the styles in stock now so pop in and check them out.
What a marvellous way to end the week. A delivery from Parisian brand, Toupy, with an exclusive selection of beautiful silk tops. We’re talking three-quarter length sleeves and a soft billowy shape which is one size to suit most from size 8-16. Ginny is wearing the cobalt blue version with white Dr Denim Lexy to give you an idea of fit and shape (she’s a size 8, lucky thing). Here’s another colour shown below with Mos Mosh mid-blue denim. The tops are £115.00 (excellent price for 100% silk made in Paris). Other colours include steel grey, mint, blush, off-white and rust.
We’re brimming with new stock this morning, the delivery drivers have been very BUSY. Here’s a little taster of what was in one of the boxes. Tassel scarves in a multitude of prints and colours just like these two. A bit of a bargain at £10 and perfect for the new season. We reckon the style on the left will sell out first but the one on the right is coming home with me today (just the sort of colours I love to wear). Better not hang about.
Two happy customers wearing their W&M 100% cashmere poncho tops with sleeves, we LOVE this photograph, thank you ladies. Just a few left in stock now so give us a bell if you fancy trying one. One-size fits all and it’s machine washable at 30c (handy eh?). Did you know that it takes a whole year for one goat to grow enough cashmere fibre to make one poncho top? Amazing what you find out when you start doing your own label.