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Evemy & Evemy launched in the autumn of 2016 from a love of items Made in Britain coupled with a passion for country living and fashion.

Living a town and country lifestyle herself, Founder & Director Sophie O'Neill understood the need for clothing that can take a woman from a brisk walk to a business meeting. Using her experience working for luxury British fashion brands, including a by Royal Appointment company, Sophie created Evemy & Evemy. The name ‘Evemy’ (pronounced ‘ever’ ‘me’) is an English surname rooted in Medieval times. It is in Sophie’s family and she felt it was very fitting for a passionately British brand.
The natural starting point for Sophie was a classic cape with a functional design. Capes are both elegant and practical, worn throughout history in town and country – it is this sentiment that formed the ethos of the brand.

“Evemy & Evemy aims to provide stylish ladies’ clothing and accessories, offering both adaptability and sophistication in a range of natural colours and textures.

Sophie O'Neill, Founder and Director of Evemy & Evemy"

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Made in England

All our products are made in England.

Our Materials

British Cotton

The British coated cotton used for our luxury capes is sourced from heritage waxed cotton manufacturer Templemoyle Mills. Combining over 200 years’ worth of experience with a niche focus, Templemoyle crafts beautiful yet practical waxed and coated cottons in a range of natural colours.

Donegal Tweed

The Donegal tweed used to create our chokers is from established weavers, Molloy and Sons. Located in Ardara, County Donegal the Molloy family have been in the textile industry since the 19th century. The fabric echoes the vast and natural beauty of their surroundings.

Irish Linen

Our linen chokers are made using Baird McNutt Irish linen. Steeped in history, they have been creating linens for over 100 years and are world renowned for creating beautiful authentic fabrics. 


The feathers used to create our country style feather brooches are processed, hand sorted, hand dyed and manufactured in the UK.