Look your best this yuletide with the perfect outfit locally sourced from The Malverns.
Go traditional and visit Cox of Malvern, this independent, family-run business has served customers on Newtown Road for 130 years. Offering quality clothing for both men and women, take your pick from their wide collection of contemporary and classic pieces.
Solo Boutique, housed in the old Brays building in Great Malvern, is a treasure trove of glad rags, occasion dresses and accessories. If you pick out the perfect piece and it’s not quite right, they also offer an in-house alterations service.
As well as gifts, furniture and houseware, Hunky Dorey on Abbey Road offers a variety of high-quality occasion dresses perfect for that Christmas do. Visit Dynastic Art on Church Street too.
For something a bit different this year, browse a selection of charity couture, vintage and retro clothing which has been restyled to be individual. Déjà Vu is a dress agency linked with St Richard’s Hospice where you can purchase a unique outfit or event sell yours for a good cause.
In Tenbury Wells fashionistas are spoilt for choice as this market town hosts three quality apparel shops. Smarty Pants offers a luxe range of tasteful knitwear, dresses and accessories. Smart Fellas is a reliable family run stockist of quality men’s clothing from hardwearing shoes and fleeces to smart jumpers and shirts. Marilyn’s has been operating out of their quaint black and white shop in Tenbury Wells for over 20 years supplying a rage of colourful women’s clothing with brands such as Aldini and Joe Browns.
Aside from the independent boutiques and shops in Malvern, there is also a range of high street stores at Malvern Shopping Park on Roman Way. You will be able to find M&S, Matalan, New Look and Next.
If budgets are tight, pick up a bargain at one of the charity shops with a selection to choose from including St. Richard’s Hospice, Blue Cross, Sue Ryder, St. Michael’s Hospice and the YMCA to name just a few!