Sisters Day!

July 30, 2021

As a company owned by and driven by women, we thought we should make a splash about "National Sisters Day" and we would love you to celebrate this too.

Whilst the primary definition of "sister" is that of a sibling, it is a well recognised expression to mean a fellow female that you seek approbation from, that you would choose to celebrate with and also closely collaborate with.

With this second definition in mind, we wish all our "sisters" a wonderful weekend - with special emphasis on Sunday, 1st August! 

As we are feeling self-indulgent, please browse through some of our favourite "sisters" photographs from our albums. We hope you enjoy them as much as we have enjoyed selecting them:

Banana Tree girls on the beach

Mustique appliqué on "sisters"

Kelly family in pomegranate print linens

Dix family in gecko and guava linens

Sisters in the yoga studio Mustique

Lottie and Yum Yum in the Lagoon, Mustique - banana tree print

Aurelia and Saskia, Mustique

Sisters chilling on the beach in Mustique

Sisters having a beach picnic, MustiqueLittle sisters, MustiqueTwin sisters, Mustique

Banana Tree dress and plain Violet shirt, Mustique, phone callJust going to call or message all our sisters to say have a great Sunday!



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