The 14 Valentines Day Midlands Musts

  1. Something for her <3

When it comes to presents I’m more about experiences then things, but there is one shop that I’d fall over backwards for virtually anything in it!

Freerange Interiors and Clothing

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This may be because I’m a little “free range” myself – being a born and bred farm girl – but this shop is so unique, individual and non-commercial that I cannot help but stand and drool every time I am in there.

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Owner Caroline Carlisle started her clothing line as a hobby and from there it evolved – now her shop is filled with unique, individual home décor items and clothing lines that are modern, comfortable, good quality and just stunning! Everything in the shop is sourced and made with natural products, real wood, leather, linen, cotton and handmade baskets – hand picked and unique to Freerange.

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Caro, inspired by the Ralph Lauren quote:

“Style is very personal. It has nothing to do with Fashion. Fashion is over quickly. Style is forever.”

has done just this – created a style of clothing that is timeless – able to dress it up or dress it down – there is an occasion for everything :).

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There is not a dress that I wear more than my dresses from Freerange – and I would never say no to a second one (hint, hint fiancé – linen navy blue please)!

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There are items ranging from R40 upwards and truly is something for everyone – so next time you looking to do a little local shopping for a special lady in your life – why not something a little more special from Freerange <3!

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… did I mention no traffic or paying for parking… shopping bliss :)

For more information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: http://www.freerangeclothing.co.za/

(clothing will be available for online purchases soon <3)

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