This week we welcomed the arrival of our Pretty Bird Overalls! To say there was excitement at Pretty Bird HQ on Tuesday when they arrived would be understatement but there was work to be done too to get all the pre-ordered pairs out swiftly. Read More
Given that our ranges are designed for working in and me myself is more at home in the milking parlour than backstage dressing models at a fashion show, you might imagine how much like a fish out of water I was immersed in the world of catwalk fashion at the National Ploughing Championships but I have to say it was fun! Read More
It was so great to meet Irish Times journalist Sean Dunne at the National Ploughing Championships. Sean did what a lot of journalists do now and put a call out on Twitter for Ploughing stories ahead of attending the event. Lorna Sixsmith, who has become a great friend to our business tipped me off about Sean’s tweet so I popped him an email telling him a little about the launch of our new business. Read More
This week, at the National Ploughing Championships we had the opportunity to meet up with a number of really interesting people, we have been following on Twitter. Here’s a few people we met that you should follow if you haven’t already!
For those of you that missed it, here is the link to our radio interview with MJ Clery of Midlands 103. We were delighted to get the call from MJ and tell him all about our business, where the idea for the business came from and about our stand at the National Ploughing Championships!
Pretty Bird feature starts at 32.48!
So we had a very exciting delivery this week – a new sample of range of products came in and we absolutely love them! With key items in this range averaging at €40, this is an extremely practical, affordable and stylish range that we expect to quickly become a best seller…
Climbing trees, catching fish, robbing apples, jumping bog holes, riding horses, playing soccer, building dens – these were the life and times of a tom boy growing up with three brothers in the countryside in the 90’s in South East Galway. The life and times of me and great times they were.