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Goodbye, my friend

Whenever I walk into Arabella Ramsay on High Street, Armadale, it's just like popping in to see a friend. The ambiance inside this boutique is really quite special, like nothing I have ever experienced before. There's a kind of quietness and peace within.

So you can imagine how saddened I was with the news of Arabella's closure of this really special boutique. It was a great surprise to me and I was lost for words.


I was relieved to read in the email I received from Arabella Ramsay that her designs will still be available online and in other "new and exciting places" in the near future. In the meantime, I urge you to visit from 9am, Friday, 27th July, to receive up to 80% off and to see for yourselves just how special this place really is.


So, this post is dedicated to Arabella Ramsay and her divine boutique. I wish you every luck Arabella in your new venture. Thank-you for sharing such a special part of yourself with us. Your boutique, just like a friend whom goes away, will be greatly missed.



  
I hope you have all been have an amazing week, filled with exciting things. 
I'd love to hear what you've been up to!

Keep in touch!

Yours in style,

Suzi x


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  1. Such a shame! Will have to pop past and check out their closing down sale for sure.

    x
    Michelle
    www.michellesstylefile.com

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    1. I know Michelle. You'll definitely have to check out the sale!
      Suzi x

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    1. Glad you enjoyed the pics! Yes, it's a shame they're closing, but at least Arabella will continue to have her designs available. She is an incredible talent.
      Suzi x

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