Harris Tweed Hebrides Journal

Mother's Day with Harris Tweed Hebrides

A special lady needs a special gift. Flowers and chocolates will never go amiss but if you really, truly, seriously want to show your mum how much you love her, why not treat her to a new bag?

After all, every woman needs something fabulous and ample to carry around her kitchen sink in – or something chic and bijou to slip her lippy into on those (probably rare) occasions she gets to hit the town.

 With Mother’s Day looming large on the 15th of March, we at Harris Tweed Hebrides are here to help you choose the perfect present for your one and only mum. Any selection from our Owen Barry range really wouldn’t go wrong. The only choice you have to make is exactly which bag would be the one to take pride of place in her collection.

And to make it even easier, we are offering a special Mother’s Day discount, with 20 per cent off anything from the range between now and the big day.

Just add the code MDBAG15 at check out and we'll do the rest!

Over the last two years, Somerset-based company Owen Barry have worked with us on our exclusive range of handbags. Established in 1948, Owen Barry expertly craft all their leather goods from quality, sustainable sources. Paired with the authenticity and provenance of our handwoven fabrics, we think their lovely leathers are our perfect match.

Bags, like jewellery and perfume, can be a very personal choice but we have a bag for every personality. If it’s something stylish for the office or a bit of power shopping, then the Barrington might be the thing. If quirkier is what you want, then the Iggy would be a good choice.

  

Whatever you’re looking for, from the practical cross-body bags (Bella and Francine) to spacious totes (Keinton) and classy clutches (Kings and Tigres), you’re sure to find something to bring a smile to your mum’s face this Mother’s Day. And if you’re really lucky (girls only, we presume), she might even let you borrow it… Click here to start shopping

   

 

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