Sustainable Halloween costumes for sale

Hello! Just a reminder that I have loads of handmade outfits, dresses and separates perfect for Halloween costumes in my shop, Threads of a Fairytale! I’ve selected a few of them and made a blog post with some ideas for Halloween costumes. Don’t forget mine are good quality and sustainable costumes, and will last for many Halloweens to come!

PS. I’m sorry, it’s too late to guarantee overseas delivery in time now, but do order soon if you’re in the UK. 🙂

Blue boho maxi skirt – new in the shop!

Hi! Just letting you know I’ve added a new skirt to the ‘Indian Summer’ collection on the Threads of a Fairytale shop. It’s a beautiful navy blue bohemian maxi skirt that could be worn for evening or everyday wear. Made with all the co-ordinating blues from my scrap box; this is true sustainable clothing! Take a look at the boho maxi skirt here.

blue boho skirt

A flurry of news posts are about to commence! New fairytale clothing in the shop!

I’m back from the New Forest Fairy Festival and now that it isn’t my focus, I’m ready to update the shop! I think I’ve got about 30 items to add, so if I put a new one in the shop every day, then that’s a month’s worth of news posts to tell you about each one!

We are starting with a cute pink fairy top, perfect for a festival or cottagecore outfit.

pink fairy top

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Purple bohemian fairy dress

Hi! Just letting you know I’m starting to list all the clothing I’ve made over the last year! Three photo-shoots are now in the bag, so I’m ready to go ahead and list everything in the Threads of a Fairytale shop! I’m starting with this purple boho dress that we photographed in Cornwall a couple of weeks ago. It’s approximately 3XL and would fit a few plus sizes from 20 – 24.

You could style it as a fairy dress with a pair of wings and a sprinkle of glitter; or dress it down with trainers and wear to an evening at a friend’s house!

plus size boho dress

Fairytale photo shoot!

Yesterday my daughter, Rain and I drove to a beautiful stately home and garden to take photos of some of my latest handmade fairytale clothing. Here’s a little sneak peak!

silk fairy clothing

We were a little rushed as they locked the car park gate at 5pm, but we wanted to have the softer light of late afternoon. So we had eleven outfits altogether to fit into a very short amount of time! I’ve had a quick look and I’m really happy with the results.

And over the next few weeks I’ll be adding the items to the Threads of a Fairytale shop so look out for all the new whimsical and romantic clothing coming your way!