Archive | December, 2012

TweedVixen Sale…

21 Dec

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TweedVixen Boutique sale has started.  Some great reductions on British fashion to be found but with limited stock available.


This stunning 100% Cashmere Hoodie is made in Scotland and is super soft.

was £245 now £199


Designed and made in England by Pink Flame this Roll Neck Top is the perfect addition to your wardrobe.

was £47.50 now £35


Divine Tunic made from Alpaca, from Samantha Holmes

was £105 now £85


Super stylish Tweed Trench Coat.

was £259 now £195

These are just a few examples, please visit the TweedVixen Boutique Sale for much more.



20 Dec

Just Stunning!

TweedVixen 3 for 2 Weekend…

12 Dec

This weekend 15 – 16th December the TweedVixen Boutique is offering 3 items for the price of 2. This includes ALL the items in the boutique, lowest item free.


TweedVixen Style – Country Classic

12 Dec

090Photograph by Claire Louise Photography

Get The Look

Tweed Trench Coat £250

Alpaca Tunic £105

Alpaca Leggings £43

All available at TweedVixen Boutique

Christmas style tips: helping to get you in the festive spirit, by Angela Jones

7 Dec

Getting into the festive spirit can be as simple as slipping on some woolly boots and a pullover. However, if you really want to embrace all that is warm, fuzzy and festive about Christmas, there are plenty of other things you can try out.

Route through the wardrobe – you need a starting point!

First things first, you’re going to need to have a rummage through your wardrobe to see what delights of Christmas past you might have stowed away there.

If you’re extremely fussy about seasonal fashion – even though one would assume changes little at Christmas time – then you might find yourself chucking a mass of designer labels out from last year.

However, if you’re not so fussy about Christmas catwalk fashion, you can’t go wrong but embrace all those clichéd Christmas essentials: boots, mittens, woolly hats, scarves, jumpers and tights. If you find that you’re lacking in this department from last year’s haul, or you just fancy a change, then definitely get yourself down to the shops.

What to buy from the store

If you’re brave enough, then why not completely throw yourself into the spirit of the season at Christmas time? Think big woolly jumpers with grossly over-sided motifs on them of reindeer, snowflakes, Santa and the like. If you’re going to do it, you might as well do it big!

Don’t forget that this Christmas overload can apply to the ear muffs you choose to wear, gloves and snoods too. In many stores you can get items which have a great symmetry with one another, whether that be in an overarching theme (snowflakes, let’s say) or in colour.

Speaking of colours, you should attempt to fly the festive colours where possible. These are your greens, reds, golds, and silver. Variations on these colour themes should be able to give you a coordinated palette; stopping you resembling a Christmas cracker! Creams and chocolate browns are also popular at this time of the year – plus, they’re subtle enough to let you get away with wearing at least one avant-garde, kitsch Christmas showpiece to get everyone’s attention (without overdoing it).


When accessorising, think of all those Christmas treats you might be able to incorporate into your dress. Christmas candy canes, baubles, tinsel frills and bells all perfectly sum up the spirit of Christmas. They can manifest themselves as rings, necklaces, bracelets and clip on earrings – if you look in the right places.

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You can even accessorise your own outfits by adding these delicate little touches. That little black dress you’ve been wearing all year can quite easily become something very on-point if you throw in a little tinsel frill around the hem, or neck, for example.


With your make-up, go the same way as you will with your choice of colours for your clothing. Turn to autumnal hues such as cappuccinos, mellow yellows, gold, greens and reds. If you need inspiration for some styles, then don’t be afraid to look up the odd example of a sassy elf or Mrs Santa Claus online.

With any luck, you’ll feel like you’re a part of the Christmas spirit right away!

Author Bio: Angela Jones is a fashion design graduate and is passionate about jewellery. She is fond of writing in her leisure time. Nowadays she is busy in researching on exquisite engagement rings and clip on earrings. To know more visit



TweedVixen Style – Elegant Layering

7 Dec



Get the Look!

Faux Fur Collar £36

Bronze Maple Leaf Pendant & Chain £30

Made in England T’shirt £29

Alpaca Cardigan £105



6 Dec

Wow Love these stamps!


 British Royal Mail has presented a collection of stamps which showcases the illustrated history of British fashion.  These stamps were unveiled in the year that Britain celebrates its Olympics and Jubilee year.

From the iconic Vivienne Westwood – harlequin dress that Supermodel, Naomi Campbell wore, to Zandra Rhodes gold ballgown, and a Hardy Amies suit from the forties, these stamps brought forth the best in British fashion !

These stamps are available at 


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TweedVixen Style – Country Gothic

6 Dec


Photograph by Claire Louise Photography

Get The Look

Alpaca Hat £110 TweedVixen Boutique

Fern Earrings  £17 TweedVixen Boutique

Fern Necklace £25 TweedVixen Boutique

Black Ruby Top £50 TweedVixen Boutique

Black PVC Leggings  £25 TweedVixen Boutique



Perfect Christmas Gifts for Tweed Lovers..

5 Dec

All these items shown are Hand Made in the UK and are available at

  Harris Tweed Phone Pouch – Aye-Phone Sporran Technology. £18phone covers 016

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Harris Tweed Purse £25.50



Notebook & Re-Usable Harris Tweed Cover £29.50

312Harris Tweed Cufflinks £15

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Vintage Newman…

3 Dec

Great Vintage Tweed and Paul Newman…Perfect

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