We’re rather partial to a monogrammed logo — done in the right way, of course. That’s why we are thrilled Whistles has introduced a monogramming service at its new Dover Street flagship store.
As of this Friday, you will now be able to snap up a Delilah clutch in hot pink or silky black and order your initials to be screen printed onto the bag. A fashion-forward finishing touch is the choice of colour for the initials: indigo blue, lavender, and fluro green. This natty clutch has already been spotted under the crook of many a fashion jet setters’ arm — Teen Vogue’s Gloria Baume, US Vogue contributor Sarah Mower, and Caroline Issa, to name but a few. We’re planning on making this one of our wardrobe updates for spring. Who’s joining us?
Photo: Courtesy of Whistles
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