It’s been a while. Well, all of two months. But I’m holding a Christmas Pop Up, at home, on Friday 24th November and I would so love it if you could come along. I really enjoy these events as it gives us a chance to get together, to have a chat and a cup of tea and an opportunity to browse. There is absolutely no pressure for anyone to buy anything. Small and growing brands love to visit new areas, to meet different people, to create brand awareness and to offer advice and words of wisdom too. It’s very much a collaborative approach so if you would like to pop in, just email me at email@example.com or DM me via Insta @bethgoodrham_stylist and I’ll let you have my address. And of course to those who came last time….I would love to see you all again!
So, who’s going to be popping along to the pop up this time?
I’m delighted that Miranda Dunn London designer of the “Happy Coat” will be here with her beautiful faux fur coats in all their soft, coloured, initialled and personalised glory.
This is the gorgeous Chloe, from Chloe Loves To Shop who models for Miranda.
I seriously can’t wait to try them on. They look amazing and no doubt they feel it too. Navy with a pink star? Now we’re talking. Do come along for a try on – or a stroke!
When I went to a book signing in Birmingham a few months ago, there in the goody bag was the most delicious fudge made by The Fudgedit Kitchen. Dispel any thoughts of traditional fudge – this is amazing – zesty and fresh and not at all heavy and cloying. I absolutely couldn’t wait to invite them along and I know that I will be buying some of their delicious fudge. Maybe for me, maybe for a Christmas present. Who knows? (Don’t be ridiculous, we all know.)
Most of the Fudge is gluten free (now there’s a good excuse if ever one was needed) and all of it is free from artificial colours and flavours PLUS the fudge can be delivered to wherever you are in the UK.
As you can see, this isn’t just any old fudge!
Then we have Nat from the Norm who not only designed the great artwork for both of the Pop Ups but she also runs a lettering design business where she produces cards, prints and mugs which make gorgeous gifts. Nat’s philosophy is to make pieces that are inspirational and motivational whilst promoting a message of kindness, with fun added into the mix. For those who came last time, you will probably remember Nat from Avie & Oak, as she was here with her husband.
Nat is able to make pieces to order and will be bring along her Christmas cards too, which I know for me will be super handy.
We also have Kaaren Buchanan coming along with her wonderful jewellery. Kaaren has a really interesting back story in that for ten years she was a model, during which time she travelled all over the world, where she saw beautiful jewellery. When her modelling career finished, designing jewellery was the next logical step for her.
Razer Light Jewellery (£54)
Kaaren uses semi-precious stones such as lapis, zircon and opals along with silver and gold to keep her prices affordable whilst still offering a touch of luxury.
Blue opal disc necklace (£68)
I don’t think that Kaaren will mind too much if we ask her the odd model related question. Or the odd 5,000 in my case. I love a good back story.
Petal Ring (£58)
And then for some lovely clothing and beautiful gifts, Travelling Bazaar will be editing their gorgeous boutique which you can read about here. I’m hoping that they still have some of their amazingly soft track pants, and maybe a pair of these Toms Sunglasses (£95)
Or this Munthe Minnie bag (£39) which has a lovely texture to it and would be perfect for Christmas parties.
Or these cool lip socks by Munthe (£15)
I hope that you like the look of what you see. I am so excited and can’t wait to see you all for tea, cakes, chats and browsing. Just let me know if you’d like to pop along. Beth x