As well as our website, we often head out and about to do stalls at different events. Its always such fun to meet our customers, and to help people chose an outfit that is really going to look amazing on them. Something that people always say to us is 'I wish you had a shop'. We'll we are now doing the next best thing! We will bring our clothes to you!
You can book for our pop up boutique to come to you! Contact us to arrange a date, invite your friends and we will bring a selection of our lovely clothes, scarves and bags for you to try and buy! If you like to try on before you buy this is a great chance to do just that. We can also help and advise on what colours and shapes suit you best.
Whilst our clothes are in sizes 14-28, if you would like a part for all shapes and sizes, we have teamed up with Phoebe Rose Boutique, who sell sizes 8-14, to do joint parties. So you and your friends of all shapes and sizes can find an outfit they love! We can also do events based around accessories such as scarves and handbags.
As a big thank you for hosting the event we will give you a special gift of Apples & Pears Vouchers! Get in touch to find out more!
Please note that the pop up boutique service is only available in Essex...for now!
Last season’s sugar pink coat made many of us groan – pink for a coat?! Well now it’s the turn of yellow, although this isn’t as hard to wear as you might think. Yellow can be tricky to wear as the wrong shade can make you look wan and tired. But the palette of yellow shades varies from creamy vanilla to sunny lemon, so you just need to find the right shade for you.
Highlight your golden tone with a rich sunny yellow, which looks great mixed with khaki or caramel.
Stick to soft, powder yellows as brighter shades can bring out sallow tones.
Gentle vanillas are great for Asian skins, as stronger tones can make skin appear washed out.
Very Pale Skins
Red heads and pale blondes are best with mustard and primrose shades, as bright yellows can clash or wash skin out.
Rich canary yellow is for you! Stick to the brighter shades, as pale colours can look insipid.
So be brave – add some sunshine shades to your wardrobe this summer!