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House of Tartan

House of Tartan

Tartan is enduring, tartan is beautiful, and we think tartan could even be called sustainable with its heritage check pattern that never goes out of fashion. 

Tartan has always been a feature of my collections and this season like all the others we have picked out both classic patterns and some modern twists to see you through years to come.

Our forever-favourite Camden Passage dress has been worked up in two brushed tartans; one classic green and navy Blackwatch, the other, a joyous scarlet red. Both have black running through the weaves, not only a great asset to wear with black tights, but we couldn't resist elevating this style with a black velvet ribbon trim and sumptuous sash. Wear casually free or dressed up with a cinch. 

We've had such a good response to the brushed tartan, we've now added a skirt. Pull on and go in the Red Tartan Petticoat skirt, trimmed lavishly at the hem in velvet.  

And for all year round versatility with beautifully sustainable credentials, we have created the Lavenham Dress, a super easy pull-over-the-head style in two bespoke tartans that will endure. Simply beautiful.

The Tartan Camden Passage Dresses were immediate hits as soon as they were launched. We've now replenished our stock and all previous pre-orders have been despatched. The brushed tartan fabric is cosy and soft, dressed up for any occasion with black velvet trim.

The new Tartan Petticoat Lane skirt is a keeper. Simple and easy with an elasticated waist, deep pockets and  garnished with a deep velvet hem. It's a perfect match with our Almond Fair Isle jumper for true modern heritage style.

Our Irish luxury linen is pre-washed and softened, woven from flax grown from rainwater alone to make it one of the most planet friendly fabrics around. Designed in a timeless style and cut in a weighty linen cloth that ages beautifully, these dresses epitomise our slow sustainable fashion ethos. 

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