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Craft & Design

Discover the Joy of Endorphin Dressing This Spring

31 May 2022

Our motto this season? Don’t save it for a special occasion. Our artisan crafted bags and accessories are made to be worn and loved for life. Here’s what we mean by endorphin dressing for Spring.

Wear the pieces that bring a smile to your face

Whether that means our showstopping metallic Soho and flowing dress combo for a bike ride. Or sequins in the daytime. And maybe even your best heels for doing the food shop. Which brings us to the next point.

Ignore the fashion ‘rules’

Who says snake print isn’t for daytime? Paired with a bright outfit, our new Mill Bay  is one you’ll want to show off every day. And it might just inspire you to say yes to a new adventure.

Look for the styles you’ll love forever

Think of the bag you’ll want to reach for again and again, the one that brings any outfit together. Like Loaf Lane, with that handcrafted stitch detail around the flapover front.

Play with shapes

Time to turn up the volume. Our most spacious bags, like Aster Way, are made for spring days when you’re out from morning latte to a late glass of wine. The oversized trend is huge (pardon the pun) for this season.

 

We’ve got plenty more new season inspiration for you. Like our exploration of spring pastels. Go behind the scenes of our London Design Studio to discover how the team put a Radley London twist on the hottest trends. Plus read about how becoming a wheelchair user helped journalist Natasha rediscover the joy of fashion.