A Trip to Tusting

Our leather goods client, Tusting, are based in an incredible family-run factory and showroom out in the beautiful Lavendon countryside. Following popular demand, we took a group of brilliant fashion bloggers to visit the factory to learn more about this heritage brand.

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For those of you not already in the know, Tusting are a true British heritage leather company. They’ve been working with leather for over 130 years, and it’s always been a family run business (currently with members of their fifth generation at the helm). They’re the second largest manufacturer in the UK, and each of their beautiful bags are lovingly made by a team of dedicated and skilled leatherworkers. Tusting pride themselves on using the finest quality leather for all of their goods, which explains why they have been around for so long and why their bags are so covertable!

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Our bloggers were treated to a tour of the workshop to see first hand how a Tusting bag is made. Each piece is created by a talented team of Craftsmen and Women who turn their flawless leather materials into the bags we all know and love. It’s this dedication to their craft that makes a Tusting bag so special and iconic, and our blogger guests were blown away by the incredible attention to detail that goes into each piece.

The whole gang!

From left to right: Poppy of What I Wore Today, Lucy of Snippets of Shiny Thoughts, Jackie of Platform Princess, Becky from Push PR, Louisa of Lust & Found Magazine, Gillian of Tusting, Sarah-Hayley of Sarah-Hayley Owen, Ella of Coco’s Tea Party, Matthew of Filep Motwary, Charlie of Girl a la Mode, Fiona of Save Our Shoes, Kit of Style Slickerand William Tusting

Want to see what else we got up to on our trip to Tusting? Check out this short video of the day!

Video by Alex Oliver

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