Eyes on the prize - The Glorious 12th

So, here we are, almost three and a half months since we closed the doors to our lovely shop. 

We’ve had so much to be thankful for, we’ve not been ill, immediate family are all well, and Adam and I can still survive spending every waking and sleeping hour together without too much trouble! ;-)

Our hope for now and the next few months is that this new world that we are about to step out into feels more like a new beginning. This is our opportunity to do things right: to be kind; be supportive of each other; to be thankful and most of all; remind ourselves to take a moment to just appreciate the little things. It's those small things that can really spruce up your day. 

If the last year has taught us anything, it’s been to question the way that we live our lives and the way we consume. We’ve all lived with less and it’s been so refreshing, calm and restorative when the outside world is in chaos.

Here at TWC, we've certainly questioned what we really need in order to live our best life and feel the best we possibly can. 

We’ve never been keen on excess of material commodities in life. But clothes that are exceptionally made, have longevity and an unwavering style are surely the best approach. Considering this in your decision making can make you feel great. So let’s start giving a sh*t. 

Self-deprecation has become all too common of late, I don't know about you but I’m ready to move on and focus firmly on the prize of life!  

Huh, that all got a bit heavy for a minute….. let's get back to the threads!

Just to keep you all up to date, we’ve been seriously busy developing future collections, organising various social media campaigns and more recently, receiving our new SS21 collection. Our store is looking great, we have a new concept upstairs (more to follow on that) plus we have lots of new pieces we’ll be stocking in the coming months. 

We really look forward to welcoming you all to our store so please do pop in to say hi and take a look around.

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