Frockery Talk

  • Happy New Year 2018

    January 2, 2018

    The frockers would like to wish all our customers, friends and readers a very happy new year and we hope that 2018 will bring you health, happiness and good fortune.

    lang gmay yer lum reek

    Lang may yer lum reek

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  • Last orders for Christmas 2017

    December 10, 2017

    santa

    Full details of last posting dates for Christmas delivery via Royal Mail can be found here.

    We would like to advise Frockery customers that last orders for Christmas delivery within the UK should be placed by midday on Wednesday 20th December, which is the last posting date for our standard (signed for) service, or by midday on Thursday 21st December for our special (next day) delivery service.   Continue reading

  • The Summer of Pre-Loved

    May 31, 2017

    hippie

    In the summer of 1967 up to 100.000 hippies, also known as 'flower children', converged on the Haight-Ashbury District of San Francisco to celebrate peace and love, and in the words of Timothy Leary, 'turn on, tune in, drop out'. It signified the beginning of a radical counter-cultural movement that had profound reverberations across the USA and the rest of the world as young people united in protest against the Vietnam war and railed against the political establishment.   Continue reading

  • Monsoon season

    May 26, 2017

    monsoon

    It may be a scorcher (even in Forfar!) but it's Monsoon season at the Frockery as we have been busy cataloguing a selection of dresses, tops and skirts from the ever-popular high street brand.

    One of our favourite labels, Monsoon has grown into a global phenomenon from its humble beginnings on a market stall in London's Portobello Road in 1973 - shortly before the chief frocker bought her first Afghan coat with her first student grant (yes, we got grants, not loans, back then).   Continue reading

  • Boho is back!

    April 11, 2017
    Although the chief frocker still owns the scarf in the above pic, the alpaca jumper didn't manage to stand the pace or heat (of the washing machine) and the poodle perm didn't survive past the early 80s. This look would have been complemented by her prized Afghan maxi coat - purchased with her first Edinburgh law student grant in 1974 - had it not been stolen from an all-night party in Stirling in 1977.
  • The Frockery celebrates 10 years in business

    April 4, 2017
    Tomorrow (5th April) marks a major milestone for the Frockery as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of founding our family business. If you don't already know our history, you can read all about our green roots here.