Emma's Springtime Edit

Emma's Springtime Edit

Is it too soon to get excited for Spring?

The nights are getting lighter and bringing with them the prospect of a glimmer of some warmer sunshine.

I'm ready for a wardrobe refresh and looking forward to bringing out my favourite dresses, as long I can still wear my thermals underneath for now!

Even though we are only just into March, I'm keeping everything crossed for a sunny Spring.

Welcome to Emma's hopeful sunny Springtime Edit.


Perfect for Spring, I love this fresh, fun fabric from Roake Studio. Roake is a small business based on the Isle of White, they make considered small batch womenswear by hand. Everything is made from scratch, and they adopt a 'made slow, made well' approach, but just like the handmade jewellery we sell, their pieces are well worth the wait.

The tan jacket is from Community Clothing, they make clothes that do good. Good for people, local communities, customers, and the planet. All made in the UK. I am seeing lots of different shades of brown on my insta feed and I think its a marmite colour, people either love it or hate it. I love it! What do you think?

The outfit is completed with these high tops from Cariuma, they plant 2 trees for every pair purchased and the shoes are pretty cool too.

Now for the jewellery;  A little bit of an eclectic mix, this eye catching pendant by Melanie Hamlet has a luxurious gold ombre on the double drop pendant, Fi Mehra's Angel Wing Studs have a beautiful texture and would work wonderfully as a creeper if you have multiple piercings in your ears (I'm still thinking about that 2nd piercing!)  My slender stack of silver bangles are a staple and my 'Not all that wander' spinning ring has been selling very well since All That Glitters returned to iPlayer last month, so I've added it to the outfit too

Another laid back look.

Another wonderful business has caught my eye is Lowie, an independent retailer in London that specialises in heritage inspired sustainable womenswear. These trousers are great, another check pattern (but completely different to gingham so it's allowed) I've teamed them with this denim waistcoat, also from Lowie.

I've added a T-shirt from Cub & Pudding; their clothes are fun, for adults and kids alike. They make great quality pieces that will last for years.

John Lewis stock these gold ballet pumps, which take this laid back look up a notch. This look is perfect for a late Spring snaky drink in the pub. 


Another little mix, whether you start with the jewellery and add the clothes or the other way around we have the perfect piece for you.

Sara Bukumunhe's 'Sewn up' is a versatile collection, it can be mixed and matched with other pieces from it and sits well with our other collections, or your current collections. The gold thread against the silver is a lovely contrast and brings together all of your gold and silver pieces. Mix and match is the way to go here. 

Alice Chandler's wiggle bangle and Laura Brooke's chainmaille bracelet paired together make a bold statement on your wrist. 

Paired with a subtler choice in your ears, these teeny tiny flower studs by Elin Mair are perfect for everyday wear.

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There you have it; my optimistic Spingtime edit, I hope I've provided some jewellery and outfit inspiration. 

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