Fleur of England launches tartan collection. Yes or no?

August 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Bristol based Fleur of England have launched a new Scottish style collection called Edinburgh that’s inspired by the designers Scottish heritage and looks perfect for Autumn.

We got in touch with owner and designer Fleur Turner who explained why she chose a tartan print, “I wanted to create a collection that had a interesting contradiction to it, I love the masculinity of tartan and its strength, I wanted to mix this traditional Scottish print with a beautiful French delicate eyelash lace, I was thrilled by the exquisite results”.

The tartan print itself is produced in Macclesfield which has a 300 year old history of creating silk cloth and the mill where the material is created uses water sourced from its own mill pond which is apparently home to at least eleven ducks!

The new collection arrives as a balcony bra and thong set, boudoir bra and brief, full pyjama set and silk camisole and French knicker. We really like the loungewear and could imagine wondering around the house when the central heating kicks in for the first time…. which won’t be too far away!

Check out the pics below and let is know what you think in the comments.

Edinburgh Balcony Bra & Thong

Edinburgh Balcony Bra & Thong

Edinburgh Camisole & French Knicker with Boudoir Bra

Edinburgh Camisole & French Knicker with Boudoir Bra

Edinburgh French Knickers & Camisole

Edinburgh French Knickers & Camisole

Edinburgh Balcony Bra &  Briefs

Edinburgh Balcony Bra & Briefs

Edinburgh Boudoir Bra & Pyjama Trousers

Edinburgh Boudoir Bra & Pyjama Trousers