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Complete summer outfit on a £80 budget - Get More For Your Money

Getting more for your money is always a good thing, right?

Here's a simple summer holiday look in monochrome (but one that won't break the bank!)

Starting from the top we have the SFwillie knit top £35  - it's also available in mandarine if you are looking for a pop of colour instead.

Next we have this supersoft scarf by Miss Shorthair £19

Finally we have these Hilisa shorts £25 - perfect for holidays or for a day like today

Completing the look is easy and voila, there you have new pieces to work together and hopefully team with other garments already in your wardrobe and all for under £80!

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Eden is thirteen!

We're gearing up to celebrate tonight as Eden is now 13 (we are now officially a teenager!). 

Still lots to prepare - including the goodie bags!  Our suppliers, agents and brands have been fantastic donating items - which we will draw throughout the month of October.

Finally just want to say a massive thank you to all our lovely customers (we could not have got this far without you) your love & support is the best!

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We Welcome Jessie Growden Design...

We are the only stockists of Jessie Growden Design in Stockbridge Edinburgh. All her jewellery designs are hand made in the Scottish Borders and she is inspired by landscapes, woodland and nature. Each piece is made from laser cut acrylic and the chains are silver plated or anodised in a range of colours. The larger items create a statement, although there are smaller pendants which are delicate. Each large piece has a JG charm.

For a statement look, we have a necklace from the Celtic animal collection, with the shape of two lions facing each other. The anodised blue chain has been linked by hand and has been secured with a silver plated clasp. The designer loves the shapes from Celtic artwork and this can be seen throughout her jewellery designs.


We also stock the petal collection which consists of pendants with two acrylic petals in pink and green, and transparent blue. For more of an impact, we have another statement necklace with layers of petals. There are charm bracelets and rings to match for a coordinated look. 


The third collection is inspired by origami and includes geometric shapes layered on top of transparent acrylic shapes. Currently we have the Crane design in a necklace and a charm bracelet. This would be a perfect gift.

The woodland range comes in the form of wildlife creatures. Eden stocks the large fox pendant and four of the small pendants in the shape of a squirrel, a duck and two colour variations of a hedgehog. There are charm bracelets to match which have six individual acrylic charms on each bracelet.

Why not come along to our late night shopping evening, on the 3rd March 5-8pm, to view the full range and enjoy some refreshments on the night. Keep up to date with Eden on our Facebook page.


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Trend of the Week - Bold Prints

We love a good print and a bright splash of colour here at Eden. Our new Spring/Summer arrivals are bursting with personality! Here are some of our favourites to give you a little inspiration.

Bright colours aren't everyones thing. But prints should be! Here is our little black 'Govic' dress by Barcelona based brand Smash! Govic features a beautiful intricate monochromatic print and the style is great to wear all year round... plus the fabric is super soft.

laurent koller // mark making // monochrome trends // humbugs

Monochrome and a pop of colour is a great combination, especially when contrasting different prints against each other to give a really abstract feel. Another amazing Smash creation below is our 'Pallas' dress which contrasts monochrome and colour prints perfectly.

Color Collective. I'm not sure what it is about this, but I'm I feel like I could look at it for ages.


This lady is definitely rocking some amazing prints and colour. Our Opaline dress has a beautiful peacock inspired design in a mixture of greens, blue and oranges. 

See the World Through Pattern and Colour             

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