Brora Cashmere Blanket brora cashmere booties
Every time we have friends and family visiting us from the States I take them to Brora— the ‘shop-supreme’ for famous Scottish Cashmere. It is just one of those shops everyone loves. A v-neck jumper for my husband, a button-up cardigan for my aunt, their cozy cashmere blankets for my mom, gloves and scarf for my sister, hats for my brothers, baby blankets for new babies, etc. etc.

Brora’s aim is to give classic Scottish cashmere a contemporary twist. You can literally get any style of jumper in just about any color.

My favorite section in Brora? The baby and kid’s lines. (You’re never too young for a bit of cashmere)…

The stripy hooded jumpers for kids are the best; they’re cute, cozy and great-fitting. My son has worn the same jumper for the past 2 years (I just rolled the sleeves up a bit in the beginning), and the quality has remained — I can’t tell you how many times I have hand-washed that jumper and it always dries looking as good as new!

Brora also makes the most beautiful baby cardigans and leggings, hats and mittens and baby blankets. The entire range of baby and kids’ cashmere will make your heart melt, and will keep your kiddies cozy all year long. If you’ve experienced a British summer, you’ll know that cashmere isn’t just a winter necessity! 🙂

Chelsea – 344 Kings Road, London, SW3 5UR

Sloane Square – 6-8 Symons Street, London, SW3 2TJ

Covent Garden – 42 The Market, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8RF

Islington – 186 Upper Street, London, N1 1RQ

Marylebone – 81 Marylebone High Street, London, W1U 4QJ


Comments (1)

October 29, 2009

Hi Babyccino,

I’ve come across your blog and your post about Brora. It’s great to hear that you like our clothing. I just wanted to let you know that we have an online Halloween Special on at the moment, if you go onto the Brora website you will find the full details but alll you have to do is find 15 halloween ghoulies floating around the product pages and for every ghoulie you catch you get 1% off your purchase. I just wanted to let you know so that you don’t miss out as the offer is ending midnight on Saturday.

Good luck!


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