Happy New Year from Rose’s Wardrobe! Here’s what’s coming in 2021…
2020 was an amazing year for Rose’s Wardrobe. In 2021, Rose’s Wardrobe can’t wait to share more vintage inspired, handmade, sustainable pieces…
Each and every one of Rose’s Wardrobe’s garments and accessories is thought out, designed and handmade in Langholm, Scotland. Rose’s Wardrobe’s founders, Emma and Leanne, ensure that each piece is sustainably made, without a lasting, damaging impact on the environment.
Find out more about Rose’s Wardrobe’s Sustainability statement here.
As each garment is handmade, the lead time is up to 4 weeks before placing your order, but may take longer given the recent Scottish lockdown announcement and ensuring that Rose’s Wardrobe’s workspace is safe. Each item’s pattern is hand drafted by Leanne in sizes 8 - 26, but if you have something special you’re looking for - or even just a larger size - take a look at Rose’s Wardrobes made to order service.
14TH JANUARY - VALENTINE’S DAY MINI LAUNCH
On the 14th January, Rose’s Wardrobe will be releasing its mini Valentine’s Day collection. The vintage inspired valentine’s day collection will include the Ginger range in a fitting red.
The Ginger tap pant was inspired by the American icon, Ginger Rogers. The pants are made from a luxurious 100% organic bamboo silk and feature a flatting front panel, elasticated back, and delicate French Seam finishing.
Find out more about Ginger Rogers and the inspiration behind the Ginger tap pant here.
Shop the Ginger tap pant in black and white here.
21ST JANUARY - EARLY SPRING COLLECTION
Dreaming of a vintage spring fling? It’s coming early this year with Rose’s Wardrobe’s early spring collection, due to be released on the 21st January.
Rose’s Wardrobe was founded by Emma and Leanne after both having over 12 years of experience between them working in high street, vintage inspired, and fashion supplier backgrounds. The inspiration from Rose’s Wardrobe derived from Emma and Leanne’s muses - their grandmas and great grandma - Patricia, Edna, and Rose. The aim is to produce replicas of the beautiful clothes their grandmas wore, using colours, styles and prints from the 1940’s through to the 1960’s. You can connect with Rose’s Wardrobe on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. Have a look at where Rose’s Wardrobe will be here. Read our sustainability statement. Or, shop the collection.