It's that time of year again when the days start getting so much longer and brighter and we give our lovely big bay window in the shop a nice freshen up!
This spring Jo (who works in the shop and always does such an amazing job designing all the window displays) has themed it around the cherry blossom season with pinks, blue and green colour accents and lots of lovely details!
To see all the details of it in action, check out my latest Youtube video.
We've got a new outfit for our mini mannequin. The Two Stitches Zoe dress has some lovely details including a diagonal seam that runs into the back, in-set pockets and a button placket at the back. You could easier replace the buttons with little poppers - I know they are much easier especially for very little girls!
Here we used the Deer and Doe Nenuphar jacket made using viscose linen. This was a garment we featured in a past window display and we are expecting more linen and linen mix fabrics soon. It's paired with Closet Case Patterns Ginger jeans and a Grainline patterns lark tee.
For this outfit we paired the Closet Case Patterns Kalle Shirt made using a pretty cotton lawn with the Pauline Alice Rosari Skirt.
For this outfit we paired the Papercut patterns Kochi Jacket made using a viscose/linen mix fabric and a contrast centre panel and cuff with a Grainline Lark tee and another pair of Closet Case Patterns Ginger jeans. The spotty viscose linen has all sold out now but we have some lovely alternatives.
And finally our last mannequin also had the Papercut Kochi Jacket but the alternative version, which has a wrap and tie. We made it using some gorgeous viscose crepe, which has a lovely texture and weight to it.
All the details
I love all the little accents and attention to detail in this window. Jo collected twigs and using pink tissue dipped in bleach, she made beautiful cherry blossom flowers and wired them onto the twigs.
And this fan garland looks so pretty and colourful hanging across the whole window.
Using some beautiful origami paper, between us we made loads of paper cranes that are all hung up from the ceiling.