The writing’s on the Wall

I’ll warn you now – brollies at the ready people, it’s most likely going to rain very soon…I’m about to buy some actual Spring clothes. Yes, Spring. Who saw that one coming so soon?

Anyway, since I’ve been lusting after pastels and fake tan since, like, November, I’m finally caving and saving up the pennies to invest in some new pieces. However this year, instead of exhausting H&M, Topshop and the like, I’ve been looking a little bit further afield for some summery inspiration and happened upon Wall London. Clean-cut, practical, stylish and quintessentially British, Wall have a lot to offer shoppers in need of something different over the coming seasons and the company’s mission statement describes perfectly how it envisions itself and its target audience:

“Wall’s design ethos is to produce ‘elegant clothing for inspiring women’. Our collections are designed with a certain type of woman in mind; one who is artistic, independent, mature yet energetic and who enjoys both an intellectual and a social life. Our clothes are flattering and stylish, and suit a woman who wishes to look good whilst remaining comfortable.”







Obviously, Wall are on top of the game when it comes to nailing this season’s trends – florals, pastels, clashing prints, neon brights and nudes fill their 2012 collection to the brim.

The budget-conscious amongst you might have noticed that Wall’s clothing is a little pricier than your average high street treat, but don’t be put off; all the clothes are made from ethically sourced, high quality fabrics that are built to last. Even I, a die-hard Primark fan, have to attest that on occasion, quality really is better than quantity.

Wall clothing is available to buy in their Notting Hill boutique and by mail order via telephone, post, fax and online ordering. For any further queries, please contact Wall on 0844 850 7373 or email