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Xenia Design

18/11/2019
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To buy or not to buy

I was chatting with one of my customers who recently bought a fabulous Rundholz dress. Oh yes said she, I`m going to save this one for best! Please, I said, you can’t possibly do that…… whilst most of our clothing here at idaretobe is timeless, after spending a considerable sum on this beautiful dress you need to get as much as wear as possible from this piece. Do you remember the days of saving clothes for best or Sunday best? Those days are long behind us, we are more concerned... Read More

20/06/2019
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Summer Sale Now On

The idaretobe summer sale is now on with great savings on a whole range of your favourite designer styles. Discover super discounts on Rundholz, Moyuru, Xenia Design and Ralston summer 2019 collections. Shop the sale today: https://www.idaretobe.com/sale      

04/11/2016
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Sparkle & Shine With Our Occasionwear Edit

Whether you’re hosting your own festive party or anticipating those invites dropping through the letterbox, it’s time to start planning your party outfits! With so many events on the cards, from drinks with neighbours and family get-togethers to the office party and of course New Year’s Eve, it’s certainly party season! Whether it’s a low key affair, a glamour event or that awkward ‘going out straight from work’ occasion, we’ve got plenty of ideas for that special look. Xenia Design are masters of evening wear. Their dramatic styles are flamboyant... Read More

02/05/2016

Brand in Focus: Xenia Design

In today’s blog, we’re going to focus one possibly one of our favourite designers that we stock here at idaretobe, Xenia Design. Delivering quality designs time and time again, they have a long and rich history. The Beginning After graduating from the University of Textile Technology in Zagreb in 1984, fashion designer Ksenija Vrbanic opened up her first studio. Situated in her hometown of Cakovec, the studio created innovative ideas and soon cultivated the brand we know and love today, Xenia Design, in 1986. Back then, the textile industry was... Read More