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The Little Black Book: Women's Fashion

  • Antoine et Lili

    Muddy says: this Canterbury boutique's quirky, cool and colourful clothes are the kind you just won't find anywhere else. And the store is well-worth a visit - a pink fantasia of fun... We like!

  • Kitch

    Muddy says: Kitch, at No 1 High Street, is where every girl-in-the-know heads for her fill of eclectic individual brands all under one stylish roof. Owner, Charlotte Newman, opened the shop 10 years ago after 18 years in the fashion industry in London...

  • the-Bias-Cut.com

    Jacynth Bassett may be a twentysomething but she’s passionate about the problems older women face when trying to find stylish clothes. She created the-Bias-Cut.com, an online boutique, after witnessing her fashion-loving mother unsuccessfully scouring the youth-obsessed high street. The site stocks over 24 brands and it’s safe to say if Rihanna would wear it, it […]

  • The Clever Dresser

    Muddy says: I don't visit Sevenoaks without checking out what's on the rails in this brilliant boutique that punches well above its weight when it comes to top brands and stylish pieces. An innocent browse here invariably ends with my credit card catching fire, oops!

  • Elvis and Kresse

    You're gonna love this incredibly cool brand that makes luxury bags and goodies from reclaimed materials. Being an eco-friendly, sustainable business – that makes gorgeous, quirky accessories – is it any wonder everyone wants to get their hands on one?

  • White Coco

    White Coco was set up in 2012 with one sole aim – to offer our customers a hand-picked carefully chosen collection of clothes that give a “different” look. We are constantly sourcing products from France, Italy and Spain which enables us to provide a range of casual tops, shirts, knitwear, jackets and evening coats that […]

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