There are lots of Christmas present ideas at Concrete Wardrobe, suitable for a broad range of budgets. Mairi B Birdie brooches are £14, Katherine Emtage clasp purses are £23.50, and Grainne Morton jewellery starts at £35.65 for a pair of beautiful butterfly earrings. Hand woven PickOne scarves and shawls start at £70. For a statement gift, how about a Reform The Norm curved oak standard lamp at £440? Pop down to Concrete Wardrobe and have a browse.

Mairi B Birdie Brooches £14

 Katherine Emtage Clasp Purses £23.50

 Grainne Morton Butterfly Earrings £35.65

 PickOne Scarf detail £70

 Reform The Norm - Arc Lamp £440


November makers of the month; Fiona McIntosh (Tessuti) and James Donald (PickOne) are currently on show at Concrete Wardrobe. Their display includes beautiful hand woven and hand printed scarves and shawls. They will also be taking part in the 'Selected' exhibition at Dovecot Studios on Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, from 30th November to 21st December, alongside 29 other makers. 


Keeping cosy has never been easier at Concrete Wardrobe, with the arrival of some delightful woollen capes and skirts by Edinburgh based Mairi Brown. All are completely unique, using vintage buttons and one-off pieces of fabric. Definitely not run of the mill.


Now that Autumn is truly upon us, these new arrivals from Berwickshire based 'We Are Rushworth' will keep you cosy throughout the coming months. Set up originally as a kids clothing company, 'We Are Rushworth' now make lambswool tank tops and accessories for men and women too.


New in this week are these lovely coasters by Edinburgh based Daniel Killeen. Handmade in glass, they'll make a great Christmas present. £15 for a set of four.