Pretty Sunday to soften the blow of work on Monday
“I’ve never really had a certain career in mind, but always had an interest in business and fashion. I was getting bored of the same high street clothes, so I started Pretty Sunday mainly as a hobby with the aim to stock things that were a little different to what was on the high street. Our clothing is aimed at young women who just want to look good and feel confident in what they’re wearing.”
The Pretty Sunday website is completely addictive. There are so many quirky bits and pieces for ridiculously fair prices; it would be so easy just to buy one of everything in your shopping basket. There is a lot of variety, but most of the stock complies with the recent strain of Britain’s youthful trend…a little difficult to put your finger on, but utterly fabulous all the same. There is a splash of lace, some florals, studs, tie-dye, chiffon and a sprinkling of Peter Pan collars. This trend may not have a name, but it’s certainly growing in popularity because it is so versatile and suits just about everyone! “I think fashion is so important. Personally, what I’m wearing affects my mood. I think that it’s really important to just wear what you feel comfortable in, no matter what’s in trend or what people think.”
So what does the future hold for Pretty Sunday? “We’re launching a t-shirt range in the next month or so which we’re hoping to stock in various stores.” And beyond that? “I hope that in ten years Pretty Sunday will be a well-known brand and have bricks and mortar stores around the country.”
So if you feel like revitalising your wardrobe and getting a bit inventive with your style, check out the rest of Pretty Sunday’s stock at their website here.