There’s something nice about putting your own stamp on an item, right?
It’ll be no surprise to you that I’m fond of a Radley bag. It started with my grey multiway that you might’ve seen back in this post (and many others since then) then branched out into a ruby red, which I think is the first red bag I’ve owned. Feeling confident adding a bit of colour with accessories, I then added a bright blue little crossbody. This leads me to introduce my latest addition; this scallop detailed tote.
I picked this up at the Radley outlet at Dalton Park – which I highly recommend visiting if you’re in the market for a new bag as they have so many bargains! What made this purchase even more special, was the personalisation event that was running too, meaning I could get a cute little tag to add to my bag. I went for black (obviously) knowing that I could transfer the personalised tag to any other bag with gold lettering and a heart icon – because I’m a hopeless romantic of a girl! Nothing wrong with that, hey!
I love how it adds a special touch to my bag and makes it that little more unique. Lots of retailers now offer embossing or personalisation and indeed you can opt to add initials to bags if you purchase online with Radley, but it’s not the same as seeing it happen in front of you. These pop up personalisation events don’t happen often so I was very grateful to be invited along to Dalton Park to see how it all happens. Hopefully you’ve found it interesting to see a little behind the scenes and do keep an eye out for any future events like this; perfect for treating yourself or thinking ahead for gifts.
Let me know what you think of the new bag too!
I was kindly gifted a bag and personalisation was complimentary for all customers on purchases over £75.
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