timothy foxxWe where very excited when the fabulous Timothy Foxx asked us to review their gorgeous new wrap in ‘Bark’. When this arrived it was obvious that something special was hiding inside the beautiful packaging.

Timothy Foxx was founded in 2009 by clothing designer Rosalie Eustace, who in her early twenties Screen Shot 2016-08-31 at 14.17.08decided to apply her vision and talent to a new business, creating beautiful, hand made tweed garments. Specialising in being the leading designers and creators of ‘Exceptionally Eccentric Tweed Clothing’, we where very excited when the fabulous Timothy Foxx asked us to review their gorgeous new wrap in ‘Bark’.

This gorgeous tweed Wrap shown here in the new Bark Tweed is the perfect autumn accessory for all occasions and its a great alternative to wearing a jacket. Made from beautiful Scottish tweed and lined with a very pretty spotty print, these wraps really are different from any other.
It has 6 functional Timothy Foxx buttons which can all be undone to create more room around the neck and add detail across the shoulder and its longer length makes it very flattering for the taller lady like myself.

The Wrap can be worn in three different ways and looks great worn with jeans to the pub, or dressed up
with some smart chinos ready for the trot up catwalk. It has also been seen at a country wedding (when the weather was typically English!)

Trot upI absolutely loved this wrap and its on of my must have staple wardrobe items, I would recommend it to anyone wanting a must have fashion accessory fit for any occasion.

Timothy Foxx will be attending this years Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, so make sure you pay them a visit and check out this beautiful wrap first hand amongst many other gorgeous items including the launch of their brand new wedding dress ‘The Cassidy’ or please visit their website to purchase on-line

British Tweed made from 100% wool. Lining is made from 100% cotton. Dry Clean only. RRP £180.00

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