Cath Kidston Spring Preview

Friday 17 January 2014

Last Saturday the #ccbloggers had a sneaky peak behind the scenes of Cath Kidston's Spring looks. We were delighted, all of the bloggers are huge fans of Cath's vintage shabby chic brand.

Cath's team in the Nottingham store shared with us the look book. This is a seasonal trend book of Cath's vision for the season ahead sprinkled with some oh! so lovely products her team have put together. So we can bring a bit of the Cath look into our life. 

The store uses it to help guide customers through products and trends, and of course some very keen bloggers. So why not ask in store and the team can put a look together for you?

With over 72 fabrics in the look book it's a great place to start to getting the Cath look!            

We loved the 'Brighten up your day' look, subtle and retro to keep the Cath style moving on through the seasons. Here is the logo a real nostalgic quality about it.

As crafty bloggers, we were keen to hear about the fabrics and prints for the season ahead. Big news, patchwork is happening for the first time, a lovely print of some of the most popular prints and some new ones in a print. It looks great as a bag but would look just as good in a bedroom or as a book bag.

Patchwork Frame Handbag
The new patchwork fabric bag

We were shown the best selling fabrics that were making their debut in children's items this season, one is a gorgeous train print which is perfect for little boys and a subtle look safari print with a real retro flavour - coming soon so look out for it!

Trains Cotton Duck
perfect for little train fans, my little girl would love it too!
The fabric and home section in store was huge, full of red and dotty quilters fat quarters, sewing boxes and accessories. 

We all loved the shabby chic mismatched patchwork wallpaper in the home department, it makes you want to buy a roll of all the papers and have a go at home.

So with a fabric stash and some Cath books under my arm and my head full of projects for the season ahead, it just leaves me to say...
Thank-you Cath Kidson, it was a lovely inspiring afternoon with your team. 

Find out more about the #ccbloggers over in twitterland on the hashtag,

See you soon for more craftiness,

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