British-made beach fashion comes ashore in Cheltenham

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Montpellier's Vérité Louise has taken a dip into the British designer market for her latest swimwear range and has selected designer Heidi Klein.

British-made beach fashion comes ashore in Cheltenham

 

Montpellier’s Vérité Louise has taken a dip into the British designer market for her latest swimwear range and has selected designer Heidi Klein.

Founded by Heidi Gosman and Penny Klein the company recognised the frustration of trying put together a great holiday wardrobe outside of the usual summer months. Heidi and Penny have developed and honed their vision to help women look fantastic and get organised before a holiday.

The brand has grown while maintaining its essential focus on offering swim and beachwear designed for outstanding fit, shape and support using fabrics that perform well in the water as well as on the beach and in the evening. Something that Vérité Louise owner and manager Verity Symcox has been stressing since the boutique opened its doors back in 2009.

“There are suits for all body shapes that deliver on style and performance,” she says. “They give you the support you need to ensure you look your best and feel your best on holiday.

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“It’s great to go British and especially a brand so high profile as for so many years the market has been dominated by the US. This range is worn by Coleen Rooney and Gwyneth Paltrow,” Verity adds.  

To accompany the swimwear there is a fabulous selection of kaftan cover-ups and dresses for that ‘beach to bar’ look as well as flip-flops, hats, bags and beach accessories from firms like Holster, as worn by the princess of pop - Kylie Minogue.

Prices for Heidi Klein start from £120 whilst the beach dresses retail from £350.

Vérité Louise is open on Monday to Saturday from 10am until 5pm or for more information call 01242 253535.

Vérité Louise12 The CourtyardMontpellierCheltenham GL50 1SRTel: 01242 253535Email: info@veritelouise.com

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