Tatty Brown is here to spice up your wardrobe this summer!
When we first had a glimpse of the Tatty Brown collection we knew that this label would be loved by many of our readers. It was first launched in Spitalfields Market in 2006 and designer Miranda McVicars has been busy ever since.
With its emphasis on dresses and accessories Tatty Brown is perfect for the summer – especially the amazing weather we’ve had recently. The collections are both elegant and tasteful and will suit anyone who wishes to wear them. Due to high demand and overseas orders Miranda has decided to take a break this season to focus on her latest collection of beautiful and directional clothes. These latest designs are due to launch in 2013, so make sure you take a note of this and be the first to have a look. You will be able to purchase Tatty Brown on their website, through other online retailers and in selected stores around the country.
However, if you can’t bear to wait until 2013 then check out the designs that are featured online – there are definitely some classic pieces that you need to take a look at. Many of these items have made an appearance in magazines such as Grazia and the Italian Glamour, which indicates that Tatty Brown is a label we should all be wearing. Being made in London gives the label a British theme that is essential with the Olympics coming up – and it will be a great way to show your dedication to your country! The designs featured online are simple yet amazing, particularly with the use of blended colours and feathers in the ‘Espen’ Gilets collection.
The accessories have a much more edgy theme that can make or break an outfit, so be careful how you wear them. The necklaces feature bright colours and quirky shapes which are quite different from anything we are seeing at the moment. These designs are a wonderful contribution to the current trend known as ‘safari prints’.
Dresses start from £159, a little pricey but definitely worth it in the long run! When it is such good quality and looks amazing the price should never matter. Have a look on the website and see what you think here.