Well, if we ever needed colour in our lives, now is most definitely the time!  The hope of a brighter new year is somewhat on hold as we spend yet more days in Lockdown.   More days at home, working, teaching just simply being can feel monotonous to say the least.  

Why not punctuate your week with bright colours to lift your mood?  And yes, research suggests that colour absolutely does affect our mood and even the way others respond to us.  In 1974 researchers Keith Jacobs and Frank Hustmyer discovered that colour can even change your heart rate, blood pressure and respiration.*  Amazing.

There are different ways of looking at the colours you choose, ie you can pick a colour that matches your mood or go for one that matches the mood you WANT to be in. These days I suggest going for the latter and translating that as bright, colourful and maybe a pop of neon just for good measure!

Our bright edible stripes, either all over or as statement details on the cuffs or sleeves, are guaranteed to put a smile on your face.  

Somedays we just want to shine.  I don't know about you but sparkle is most definitely a pick-me-up, an instant sprinkle of glamour and a party mood starter.   And makes you feel that little bit special.  

Our Liliana knits are just the right amount of shimmer to be worn day-to-day or to be dressed up.  Wear with jeans, skirts or doubled up with sequins, it's your call! 

One thing we can all be sure of is the comfort we derive from curling up on the sofa with a good book or our favourite box set.  Not least with the promise of snow in the air.  From hot water bottles, to wraps and super soft bed socks our cashmere accessories will keep you warm in style.

So although we can't replace that long awaited hug - hopefully not much longer now - but we can promise to wrap you in cashmere.  Bright cashmere no less.  We find it helps.  


* www.scienceofpeople.com
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