January is always a long month, but this year for obvious reasons it feels undeniably endless and blue. However, never fear, with just one week left to go we bring you the second of our secret subscriber sales!
We present our 'January blues' selection; whilst we still can't visit a gallery, our dresses sure can. Dip into some of our favourite blue masterpieces, with our blue 'artworks' stepping into the two dimensional worlds of some best-loved artists. Spin around the living room in your Whitstable dress like Degas' dancers, or take your broderie Primrose Hill dress out for a walk in the park and dream of strolling past Monet's waterlilies. Ever-classic blue never felt so freeing ...
Shake off those January blues with a little light escapism! Here's hoping it brings a smile to your face.
The Alpine Riding House Dress blending in a Breton village where women are busy knitting on their doorsteps...
Twirl and pirouette like Degas ballerinas in the bluey-grey gingham linen Whitstable dress.
We are dreaming of wearing delicate broderie amongst Monet's waterlily gardens.
Step into the blue dunes of Mondrian and imagine running along the seafront in our linen Kerry dress.
Our blue-grey gingham Arundel dress blends beautifully in this Vermeer domestic scene, take yours into the kitchen whether you're making sourdough or banana bread this lockdown!
'Blue girl' meets 'Pinkie', a romantic portrait painted by Thomas Lawrence.
Three's a crowd?!...our Holkham dress has snuck demurely into a Gainsbourough...
Waiting for travel. Our toasty tartan Market dress to walks through Monet's Arrival of the Normandy Train, Gare Saint-Lazare.