Yesterday, the life and career of the Scottish poet Robert Burns (1759-1796) was celebrated. His writings often dealt with issues affecting the working class, accentuating the need for social equality.
The day he was born, the 25th of January, has become a mark of cultural heritage that takes place not only in Scotland but throughout the world, where people taste traditional food and recite Burns’ poems to preserve his memory eternally.
Thus, we have decided to choose as theme for this week a pattern that is always present in this special celebration: the tartan.
Discover our finest items for you to wear in these moments or at any time!
Our collection features skirts, coats, blazers, trousers, jumpsuits, and dresses that either adapt the tartan or mix it with other colours, available in shades of black & white or brown, in single pieces or matching sets.
Although this type of fabric is not so common in accessories, we have some pieces for you, ideal for wearing a more textured detail in your outfit. From checkered and plaid to tweed patterns.
Ultimately, if you sometimes feel insecure about what you are going to wear daily or on a special occasion, remember:
There is no such uncertainty as a sure thing.
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