Fleetwood and Foxgrove

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If you haven’t heard of Fleetwood and Foxgrove yet, well where have you been?

Stunning scarves to complete that quintessential British look from a brand that is very British and I was lucky enough to catch up with Kirsty who is the founder and designer!

So who is behind Fleetwood and Foxgrove? Kirsty Fleetwood is a wife and mother with a passion for style that incorporates the countryside. Living at Foxgrove House in Staffordshire completed the name and the brand was born. With her husband and young daughter by her side, Kirsty and the brand are going from strength to strength with some scarves already selling out despite only launching the website a few weeks ago!

 

Kirsty told me her inspiration comes from her love of accessories. Being able to add a touch of class or a pop of colour and transform any outfit to make a statement gives such a buzz.

Unable to find bright and bold single block colours and others lacking the class and subtlety that Kirsty craved, Fleetwood and Foxgrove found its way into the hearts, wardrobes and around the necks of many of us!

Living on the edge of an estate that is home to many a pheasant, it made sense for F&F to feature a little pheasant on the iconic leather tag to complete the look of the scarves and on its branding across the website. The Field range is available to order online now and in the coming months some stunning printed silk scarves will be for sale although these can be pre-ordered now! I have been reliably informed that some luxury Faux Fur stoles and collars may also be in the pipeline!

So where can you find them? The best place is online at the moment! As a growing brand their long term goal is to proudly display the scarves at Badminton or Burghley but in the mean time you can wrap yourself in the gorgeous, vibrant colour combinations via the website!

https://fleetwoodandfoxgrove.co.uk/

The field range of scarves come in a variety of sizes to suit every occasion and look great wrapped and tied around your neck or stylishly draped around your neck and held with a pin or ring – my favourite would be the snaffle ring from the equally wonderful Mackenzie and George.

Click here for the link —> www.mackenzieandgeorge.com/collections/accessories/products/scarf-ring-1

So Fleetwood and Foxgrove are certainly one to keep an eye on this year and I for one will be adding to my collection, my eyes and heart are firmly focused on the glorious gold and navy combination!

 

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