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What To Wear To The Cheltenham Open

Lifestyle

What To Wear To The Cheltenham Open

 Cheltenham Outfit (Luxury Country Cape - Evemy & Evemy, Cashmere Roll Neck - Pure Collection, Hat Pin - Evemy & Evemy, Gloves - Alan Paine at Outdoor and Country, Boots - Dubarry) With just a couple weeks until another fabulous annual equestrian event we thought we’d offer a few styling tips. The Cheltenham Open provides three days of exhilarating races from 11th – 13th November. Set in the beautiful Cotswolds, Cheltenham racecourse provides an exciting range of events throughout the year – The Open is thrilling. Here’s our guide for looking race-ready! November can be cold and crisp, but also...

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Templemoyle Mills

Made in Britain

Templemoyle Mills

Whilst researching British fabrics for the first collection it was very important to us that the mill we selected reflected the Evemy & Evemy brand – enter Templemoyle Mills. Initially we were drawn to the rustic, understated colours and good selection of fabrics but soon discovered its rich heritage. Established in 1791 by the Dinsmore family the mill was first founded by local Abbotts who reputedly founded the linen trade. Over the next 200 years the mill came to specialise in a variety of waxed cotton finishes. Their fabrics are both traditional yet modern owing to their heritage and niche...

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Autumn Styling - The Buckwheat Cape

Inspiration

Autumn Styling - The Buckwheat Cape

The autumn chill is finally upon us and it’s time to break out the roll-neck! The Buckwheat cape was one of the earliest designs at Evemy & Evemy. It is collarless to give a chic and classic look and also has lovely details like the cushioned buttonholes and Donegal tweed trimmed armholes. We wanted to create a cape that could take you seamlessly from a day’s shopping to a scrummy pub supper. The Buckwheat cape is handmade in England and available in two muted tones, cinnamon and navy. Here is some styling inspiration to take you from dawn till dusk...

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