Whether you're treating your mum or being treated this Mother's Day, one thing's for sure: you'll need something fun to wear!
Don’t worry, we’ve done all the legwork for you: from the perfect outfits to the ideal brunch, lunch and afternoon tea spots, not forgetting some last min gift inspiration - your full agenda for the day is right here.
Our gorgeous Suede Biker Jacket is made from soft, supple suede in flattering tan, and will transform your daily jeans-and-tee uniform into a look that's perfect for a laid-back Sunday brunch.
Where to go: Evelyns Cafe, Manchester
The menu at Evelyn's Cafe, in the Smithfield Building on Tib Street, ranges from Asian inpired dishes to classic brunch fare and features an eclectic choice of cocktails. Whether you go for the avocado on sourdough toast or the buttermilk pancakes with blueberries and honeycomb butter - or branch out entirely and try a Korean chicken and egg roll, there's nothing quite like it. Plus, the decor is totally joy-making with plenty of hanging baskets and delightful copper fixtures - the perfect brunch spot for Mother's Day.
A city day trip calls for comfy footwear, like our Pointy Skaters, which look just as great styled with jeans as they do with an easy-chic jersey Solana Dress. Throw on a Leather Jacket to ward off any Spring chills, and you're good to go!
Where to go: Columbia Road Flower Market, London
Columbia Road Market is London's principal flower market, which you'll find overflowing with bucketfuls of beautiful flowers every Sunday. There are bulbs, herbs, shrubs and bedding plants too, and alongside the market you'll find a host of independent galleries, shops, and cafes like the Lily Vanilli bakery (this place alone is worth the trip to market!). Plus, if you're visiting on Sunday 26th, it's only a stonesthrow away from the hush pop in, so you could head over for some retail therapy before we close up shop the following day!
A sweeter take on smart tailoring, team our Byron Jacket with a silk shirt and stretch-skinny jeans for a look that's perfect for an indulgent afternoon tea.
Where to go: The Balmoral, Edinburgh
The Palm Court at The Balmoral is an Edinburgh institution - and for good reason! This glass-domed, upmarket art-deco themed champagne bar is famous for it's award-winning afternoon tea, which includes a range of sandwiches, cakes, and champagne (or gin) cocktails. Look out for The Balmoral's harpist, who plays from the balcony of Palm Court several times a week.
It certainly feels as though spring is in the air, and so what better way to celebrate Mother's Day than by blasting away the cobwebs on a spring walk. Our boyfriend jeans are super comfy and, paired with a light knit, are great for this in-between weather - plus, they'll look great when you stop off at the pub for a well-deserved bite to eat!
Where to go: Walk the South Downs
There are more routes along the South Downs than in any other National Park in the UK. 3,300km of footpaths, bridleways and byways in total. From rolling hills to bustling market towns, the South Downs National Park’s landscapes cover 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. Discover the white cliffs of Seven Sisters, rolling farmland, ancient woodland and lowland heaths - and enjoy a stop-off at a traditional country pub along the way.
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