Klady Girl Boutique is one of my favourite boutique designers.
They offer a wide range of fabrics, from simple knits to more complicated pieces, all in the same stunningly designed boutique style.
It’s no wonder that they’ve taken a number of my faves from their range and made it their own, creating a brand I’ve always wanted to try and make myself.
The kladys’ design is a lovely mix of the traditional Victorian style, modern design and vintage influences, all rolled into a sleek and modern look.
The main difference is that Klady’s products are not just for ladies, they’re also for men.
The klades are the only brand in this country that offer men’s and women’s pieces, but they’re only available on their website, which I think is a shame.
It’s very much the “dress-up, dress-down” aesthetic of the Victorian era, and there’s a definite lack of practicality.
If you want to see what you can expect from a kladerie, you can’t go wrong with the selection of klade dresses, but if you want a more modern look, the selection here is a bit limited.
I’ve also recently picked up a collection of knitted floral accessories, a wonderful set of linen blankets and a range of lovely linen and wool blankets.
If you’re looking for something a bit more contemporary, the collection of handmade leather accessories, including a leather and faux leather pair, is really a lovely addition to any wardrobe.
This is the best place to find kladed goods in London.
The prices are reasonable and the quality is superb.
I’ve also had the pleasure of using some of the klads’ designs as Christmas presents, and they look lovely on a gift for my mum and dad, as well as my grandkids.
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