Top fashion labels arriving daily to Schull

Posted on: 6th May, 2014

Category: Health & Lifestyle

Contributor: West Cork People

oseWith so many beautiful collections arriving at Pebbles in Schull village, it is well worth a trip to the beautiful Mizen Peninsula this month. Pebbles has lots of new labels this year and owner Stella Thery is very excited about showing them off to customers.

There’s an extremely beautiful casual range from ‘Goose’, mainly cottons with a few pieces in cashmere. ‘Backstage’ is new to Pebbles and has some super linens in the collection. Also stocked are some great jackets – casual from ‘Ese O Ese’ and a little dressier from ‘Plus Fine’ and ‘EvaKayan’ which would take you to a wedding when paired with a silk top from ‘Rebel Queen’. Should summer weather take a little longer to arrive, don’t forget Pebbles still carries the wonderfully popular warm, waterproof Quba jackets for men and women.

Along with its usual easy-to-wear casual items from Spanish label ‘Ese O Ese’, Australian label ‘Emu’’s fine merino wool is very wearable at this time of the year. Stella has a new French label coming in very soon that she can’t wait to unpack and show to customers.

For magpie shoppers there are hundreds of scarves and all sorts of bits and pieces, including T-shirts, bamboo socks, soaps, cards and jewellery of course.

To make a trip to her shop a true treat, Stella offers all customers a complimentary cup of coffee or tea or a cool drink to relax after shopping; if you spend over €100 you can also choose a slice of cake from a delicious selection. Pop next door to Newman’s or be served in Pebbles’ secret garden — if it’s sunny!

Do pop in and check it out. Pebbles is closed on Mondays during May.

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