Love Your Clothes Event

Do you love your clothes? But, like, really love your clothes? Yes, yes, it all very well loving clothes, but we’re talking about loving YOUR clothes. Engaging with them. Learning how to love them for longer than one season. Learning how to love your clothes for a long, long time. How to give those clothes the best in life, from when they’re shiny and brand new, until they’re well, a wee bit worn and bobbled.

Need some help? Fear not.

In conjunction with Zero Waste Scotland, and fashion bloggers Betty and Bee, there’s going to be a fantastic Love Your Clothes event in the Ocean Terminal Limited Edition store next week (on Thursday January 22),  where you can learn all about really loving your clothes.

love your clothes betty and bee

Fashion bloggers, Betty (orange) and Bee (blue) !

Lynn Wilson from Zero Waste Scotland, will share with you the importance of investing in quality and design when buying. Quality design that lasts longer, remains covetable, and is something you will want to love, keep, share or pass on. Lovely designs just like those showcased by the designers in the Limited Edition store, of course.

You will have the chance to shop on the night, and the fun doesn’t end there. Fashion bloggers Betty and Bee – check them out at and – will be there to chat all things clothes. These girls love quality designs, limited edition trends, and also breathing new life into vintage pieces.

“Loving our clothes has always come easy to us, as seasoned bargain hunters and lovers of shopping local. We’re strong believers in shopping smart and making the most of our wardrobe – be that borrowing bits from one another, finding new ways to wear or customising older pieces to give them a refresh,” said Claire, the Bee half of Betty and Bee.

“From vintage rails to sample sales, we’re always on the hunt for quality pieces that we’ll love for years to come, and we can’t wait to share our tips and tricks at this event in the fab Limited Edition store.”

Oh, and of course, there will be fizz on offer, and plenty of shopping time. If you want to attend this event, then you have to email, and she will book you in. The event will run from 6pm to 8pm, Thursday January 22. The Limited Edition store closes on January 31, so this is a great way to see it if you haven’t already.

This is an exclusive event, with around 50 places ony available, so get emailing now!

For more information on Zero Waste Scotland, visit them at


The Limited Edition Scotland Re:Designed store in Ocean Terminal has had a great couple of months. Since opening in November, there have been a lot of interested shoppers popping in and out. Have you been in yet?

The designers numbered 21 until this month, when Strathberry of Scotland, luxury luggage and bag makers, made it 22. We featured Strathberry before Christmas on the blog – the company founded in 2011 make stunning handbags from the most beautiful of materials.

Scottish songstress Shirley Manson is a fan of the brand that have their HQ in Edinburgh, Shirley’s hometown, and we wonder how delighted she was when she got her beautiful bespoke handbag before Christmas? (Pictured below). Strathberry are in the Limited edition store now, until it closes on January 31.


Back in November, two of the designers in store, Trish Vass from Bespoke with Love and Victoria Rushworth from We Are Rushworth, held an informal event in the store, meeting customers, and chatting with them about their brands and designs.

They enjoyed it so much, they are coming back on January 10, so make sure you get in and meet the then! More information nearer the time.

We Are Rushworth

We Are Rushworth

We Are Rushworth produce lovely knitwear in the Scottish borders. Their faux-fur pom-pom topped bobble hats have been one of the best sellers in the Limited Edition store. They have lots of their winter range in the sale post-Christmas as well, so go check out their bargains.

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Trish Vass Bespoke With Love

Trish Vass designs lovingly hand painted, screen-printed and digital textiles from her studio in Fife, under the brand name Bespoke With Love. She takes bespoke commissions, as well as creating collections inspired by Scotland’s landscapes.

And she also makes cute little pieces like this ski headband, made of Bamboo fleece and bamboo jersey – perfect for a January skiing trip, no?!

For more information visit We Are Rushworth and Bespoke with Love.


Trish Vass

Also, keep an eye on the Ocean Terminal website, the Scotland Re:Designed website and this blog for info on a few other in-store events which will happen in January. Jewellery designers Katie Lees and Euan McWhirter hope to team up for an event – details when we have them!