Dressing for Winter in Scotland (and everywhere else in the Northern hemisphere this time of year) is about layering and accessorising. It pays to be prepared, which means not leaving the house without the follwing three things - a hat, a scarf and a pair of gloves. So take a look at our selection of accessories to find your perfect Winter warmers...
Beanies are essential for those windy days when you need to keep your hair in check and protect your ears from the cold! If you like to wrap up for brisk wintery walks to and from work, or taking the dogs out for a run in the park, get yourself in some stylish headgear to keep the brain freeze at bay…
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Choose from our varied collection of scarves to find your perfect fit. From fine knits, chunky knits and hand knits, to plain colours, ribs and multicoloured patterns. Volume is everything this season, so layer up and wrap up with these luxurious cashmere delights!
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If you’re looking for something more unusual why not go for a snood or a bib. Some of our hand knitted styles are a bit more exciting than just your average scarf – they’re all knitted in Scotland to the highest quality using a cashmere/merino blend yarn. Light in weight and easy to throw into your handbag, these simple accessories not only layer beautifully under your winter coat, but can also be worn as statement knitwear pieces to compliment any outfit.
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Once again we have styled our photo shoot with clothes, footwear and handbags from our exclusive stockist, Epitome of Edinburgh.
This season is all about casual chic and the ‘Normcore’ trend. So we chose some well-made classics like tailored sweatpants, hardwearing boyfriend jeans, soft jersey coats and blazers, Italian socks, leather sneakers and foam soled brogues.
Here are a couple of our favourite pieces…
Sofie D’Hoore Pact Fitted Sweatpants Charcoal Melange £305
MiH Slouch Breton Top Black/Cream £125
Grenson Lucy Derby Brogue £225
Kate Sheridan Pop Rucksack Black £325
Kate Sheridan Palm Rucksack Sand £155
As well as being the exclusive stockist of our cashmere knitwear, Epitome stocks a wide variety of designer clothes and accessories from big and small names a like. Focusing on quality of design instead of brand led fashion - classic style and traditional craftsmanship blends with a minimal androgynous aesthetic. As well as the labels mentioned above, they also stock collections by ‘S Maxmara, Engineered Garments, Stella Jean, Levi’s Made & Crafted, Chloe Stora and many more…
Shop now at www.epitomeofedinburgh.com
If you want to know about any of the other clothes or accessories we used in our photo shoot, just email us at email@example.com
This Autumn/Winter we took our photo shoot on location to the Biscuit Factory in Leith. This building has been converted into a multi-purpose arts hub. The stunning old factory boasts some gorgeous crumbling brick walls, giant panelled windows, tiled walls, peeling paint and all sorts of photogenic nooks and crannies. It’s a beautiful space that is flooded with natural light through its large windows and skylights.
Probably the coolest location in Edinburgh right now, it has already been featured in several fashion shoots, videos and played host to an NBC talk show during the Edinburgh Fringe. We’ve been told there are even plans to convert the roof space into a garden with a gin bar and yoga centre.
This season we enlisted the help of young photographer, Nuala Swan. She works mainly on 35mm film so her photos have a bold and brave clarity. She has a great eye and talent for the kind of photography we love. (Take a gander at her portfolio below to see more of her work…)
Hair and Make-Up artist, Molly Sheridan, and up and coming Glaswegian model, Linda Margaret Young, had both worked with Nuala before. So we were lucky to have a great team dynamic on the shoot which hugely contributed to it's success - a relaxed atmosphere and good company are key to a good creative environment.
Working with this style of photography was challenging in an age of digital, where you're used to instantly checking and analysing your work as you go – waiting for the film to be developed was nerve-wracking but very exciting!
We want to thank the whole team for all their hard work on the two day shoot, you did a fantastic job and we're delighted with the new campaign. We feel this shoot has really captured the essence of Cameron taylor*style – All we want is to create desirable, practical and contemporary cashmere that you'll love.
Lisa & Charlotte
Photography – Nuala Swan www.nualaswan.com
MUAH – Molly Sheridan www.mollsheridan.com
Model – Linda Margaret Young
Location – Biscuit Factory www.biscuitfactory.co.uk