Such a beautiful sunny morning I decided to nip out of the studio and take some outfit pics to share with you. Ok so I only made it as far as the car park but I think the red brick walls made a great backdrop for my Lunar Shadows dress. With the weather warming up a bit the past few weeks I can finally wear my Nadinoo dresses without the usual cardigans piled on top. And since I can't seem to wear anything without a collar these days I quite liked the petals from my Birdie shirt peeking through for a little more colour. My lovely Gran recently won a small amount in her local lottery and decided to gift each of her Granddaughters a little of her winnings. She wanted us to each buy something we love, so we can be reminded of her every time we see it. I bought this beautiful green and deep purple bag that I take with me everywhere, it's perfect for my camera, books and even a macbook if I'm feeling super strong. Thank you Gran if your reading!
The Car park is boxed in by four different mills which were originally for spinning cotton, I would love to find some old photos of this area in it's hay day. There is only one fabric warehouse left which we have made good use of the past few seasons. These days Hope Mill is occupied by Artist, photography and design studios which is an exciting place for us to feel inspired. We have our first Studio open day on the 9th of March so it will be exciting to see everyones work. If you fancy stopping by to say hi and see what it is we do there is a little more info here
Photography by Nadinoo
Dress Fleur's Lunar Shadows dress
Shirt Lula's Silk Birdie shirt
Bag Urban Outfitters