It's hard to believe but it's time for us to visit Düsseldorf again.
Every six months we board a plane at Leeds Bradford airport and fly to Germany to look at the next year's fashion ranges from our best selling collections. The aim is to bring back the cream of what's on show, taking into account our customers' likes and dislikes. This time we'll be looking for Spring and Summer outfits for 2020.
The fashion house has a name for beautifully designed and expertly made blouses, shirts and tunic tops using modern shapes, a myriad of fabrics and the clever use of patterns and colour to put them at the forefront of the fashion world. If you're fashion conscious then you really should take a close look at the ERFO collection.
We approached our buying trip to Germany with a little trepidation given the current Brexit situation, wondering what kind of reception we would receive. In fact, little was said and we were made to feel very welcome, as usual.
When it comes to clothes we know our customers have three red lines: style, quality and fit. We see our role as putting together a collection of clothes that embody all three, creating fashion statements that can be worn with confidence, anywhere and anytime.
Faber’s knitwear coordinates are loved by ladies of all ages and sizes. Created for active women seeking new and eye-catching fashion combined with the very best quality, comfort and fitting, they are the 'go to' collection for so many.
Want to re-kindle the joy of dressing up for your special occasions? Then it's time to take a look at French fashion house Georgedé and its' signature branding of comfortable fabrics and perfect cuts which allow every lady, both slender or fuller figured, to enjoy the finest clothes at an affordable price.
Well, we always say the fashion in our shop is ageless and suitable for ladies of all shapes and sizes - and here is the proof. At one of our October events Gloria Cooke, a loyal customer, arrived wearing the identical Golléhaug outfit to one being worn by our model Jo. How's that for a coincidence?