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Behind the Scenes at our Winter Photo Shoot

In early July when the weather was at an all time high in the UK with scorching sunshine and soaring temperatures, the Pepperberry team were busy on location focusing on wrapping up for the colder weather and getting glamorous for holiday parties.

With an abundance of energy and enthusiasm, the crew and gorgeous models were whisked off for 3 days to the beautiful location of Leamington Spa to shoot the new winter collection. There, we visited several key spots which would prove to be the perfect backdrop and setting for our winter range.

On Day 1, we  shot our dress-up-or-down styles adding glamour with chic chignon buns and glossy ponytails in the models’ hairs. Watch out for pops of purple and monochrome to perfectly complement your busy social schedule as you move from day into evening.

The lucious greenery of the park was the main base for day 2 of our shoot. The sunshine never failed us and shone brightly for much of the day lending itself to create beautifully natural light our which was perfect for showcasing our new casual pieces.

Our final day of shoot took us to the studio where we had created a luxurious, ambient room set. We can’t share any sneak previews of our products just yet…but you can expect partywear, coats, casual wear and versatile workwear and smart-casual pieces.

Shop from a selection of our winter collection now! The full collection will be avialble online and instores in Novemeber.

We’d love to hear what you think of this blog…please leave us a comment below.

Love Pepperberry x




Dreams really do come true…

Pepperberry customer Tamsin

We want to share this fabulous story with you! Tamsin was one of the customers chosen to take part in our body shape campaign last year, little did she know when she emailed us back in March 2011…

I was going though all my old emails and having a clear out and I found the email I sent you in response to receiving my first set of Pepperberry clothes, from your very first catalogue ever. Talk about dreams coming true

I figured it’s always nice to receive nice feedback!

Kind Regards


 —–Original Message—–

From: Pepperberry Bravissimo []

Sent: 26 March 2011 11:19

Subject: RE: General feedback

Hi Tamsin,

Thank you for your email.

It is fantastic news to read that you are thrilled with our Pepperberry clothing, we are so excited to launch our clothing under its own brand so it truly is great to know our customers are fans of this too!

With regards to becoming a “Pepperberry Girl” I am not aware of any plans to include similar campaigns that we have run in the past but I will certainly forward your details to our Marketing Team who are keen to read our customers support and enthusiasm. 

Thank you once again for your support, it truly is appreciated. If you require any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards


Customer Services Team

 —–Original Message—–

Sent: 25 March 2011 12:24

To: Pepperberry Bravissimo

Subject: General feedback

I love the new name and I love the clothes! I’ve just received my new clothes and all I can say is that if you ever want the equivalent of ‘Bravissimo girls’ for Pepperberry – please count me in! Tamsin, Chippenham

Do you have a heartwarming story to share with us – we’d love to hear from you!

Love Pepperberry x

Newcastle shop manager Cheryl

Newcastle store manager Cheryl wearing our Chiffon Abstract Print Dress £55

We asked Newcastle store manager Cheryl to share the story of how she discovered Bravissimo and to tell us about her experiences working for Pepperberry. We hope you enjoy reading it…

After returning from working in Spain in 2004 I was searching the jobs section in my local paper when I stumbled across an advert recruiting staff for a new Bravissimo store to open in Newcastle upon Tyne.  My first reaction was ‘Yeahhhhhh!  Bravissimo are coming to Newcastle!’ 

I had been a mail order customer for years so I decided to apply for a position as fitting consultant and I’ve never looked back!  I’ve been lucky to have the opportunity to work my way up to store manager and I can honestly and sincerely say that I LOVE my job and the company! 

During my fitting training I discovered Bravissimo fitted shirts that would button up over my boobs and still nip me in at the waist – a miracle!  I also found out that I was not the 34E I thought, but actually a 30G!  I couldn’t believe how wearing a correctly fitting bra actually made me look smaller, and suddenly I could walk taller and straighter without worrying about my boobs popping out of my bra!  These things seriously improved my confidence and I love to do this for our customers too. The best thing about working for Bravissimo/Pepperberry is that we can really make a difference to how our customers feel about themselves.  

In May 2011 we moved from our original shop on Grey Street to a new location in Eldon Garden shopping centre.  We love our new location; if you haven’t been in we’d love to see you!  

Just a few months before the move, Bravissimo launched Pepperberry, we’ve come a long way from the Bravissimo fitted shirt, with Pepperberry now offering casual, smart casual, occasionwear and workwear too.  My wardrobe is now made up of mostly Pepperberry clothes, they fit my waist and my boobs!  I no longer have to wear clothes that are too big for me, just to fit my boobs! Pepperberry offers a solution for every occasion!

My personal Pepperberry favourite this summer is the Cross Front Maxi Dress; it is also a favourite with our customers. It looks lovely with the Bolero Cardigan to keep away any cold chills!

One of my proudest moments was attending a dinner this year in which Bravissimo/Pepperberry was awarded a trophy for coming 13th in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to work for.  It sure is the very best company I have ever worked for!  I tell everyone I meet about the service we offer and I’ve even been on a local radio station to encourage the ladies of the North East to come and see what a difference we can make to them!

I will be going on maternity leave in July, but I know the Newcastle store will be in safe hands with my amazing team – who are on hand to help you find the perfect outfit to fit and flatter your boobs!

If you think a career at Bravissimo/Pepperberry could be for you, why not take a look at our vacancies.

If you’re inspired after reading Cheryl’s post please leave us a comment, we’d love to hear from you.

Love Pepperberry x

Musings from a Pepperberry photoshoot in Mexico!

Embroidered Hem Top

Looking gorgeous even with rollers in!

Cross Front Maxi Dress

We asked Assistant Buyer Emma to share her photoshoot experience with us:

Recently I had an amazing opportunity to visit Mexico to help with the shooting of the Summer and High Summer images for our Pepperberry catalogue, stores and website.

Drafted in at the last minute, I felt apprehensive and excited to be  going on an adventure, and privileged as it’s certainly something that you don’t get to do very often! A ten hour flight followed, in which to be honest, I thoroughly enjoyed myself as I got to read, indulge in random films that normally nobody would want to endure with me, and also be fed every hour (or so it seemed), without any real guilt…as I kept telling myself I needed to keep my energy up.

On arriving in Mexico and waiting for the production team for less than half an hour, I already had at least five mosquito bites on my feet, feeling exhausted I was looking forward to my bed before the work really began the following morning. A week of very early mornings and constant hard work began, being on your feet all day and making sure that the garments were represented in their best possible light at all times.

We shot at amazing locations such as luxury boutique hotels and perfumeries, which were a perfect back drop to the clean lines of our workwear. These back drops also highlighted the sophistication of our summer occasionwear, which will be ideal for the up and coming wedding season. In contrast, the casual and bohemian feel of the beach and yoga retreats that we visited gave our casualwear a calm and relaxed feel. It wasn’t all sunshine and sandy beaches though, even in Mexico you can’t guarantee the weather and we had to work around a day of stormy rain, where the team pulled together to find a solution to the lack of light we were faced with.

Overall I had a fantastic experience; it was hard work and I did miss home (although not the snowy conditions!), and when I got back I truly felt like I could sleep for a week. What I loved most about the trip was seeing the styles come to life on the models, with the perfect backdrops, and also the sense of family within the team. It’s strange that when you are put together with a team of people that you don’t know that well and spend a week with them, eating three meals a day with them how much you get to know people. It really did feel like we were all on the same page, everybody playing their part in capturing that perfect image and really showing off our clothes. Hopefully you’ll see that in the summer photography and love the images as much as we do!

We’d love to know what you think of the post and photography, please leave us a comment.

Love Pepperberry x

Meet Casualwear Buyer Lucy

Where did you start your career? My very first job was working as a fabric technologist for Firetrap as part of my university placement year. I couldn’t have been too much of a disaster, as I was then offered my first full time job on Firetrap Females after graduation (many years ago!).

When did you start working at Bravissimo/Pepperberry? I joined the company in April 2010 to work on the ‘new and exciting’ soon to launch clothing brand, then named ‘Brand X’.

What does your job entail? I am responsible for the design and development of the Casual and Smart Casual side of the range, from initial trend ideas, working closely with our suppliers to ensure the styling and design is right for the range, then building the range and making sure we have the right balance of styles for our customers. I follow every garment from initial design concept, right through the fit process and production until delivery. An important part of my role is to ensure that at every stage we are working to the critical path to ensure that our ranges launch on time. Another vital part of the role is listening to our customers and reacting to their comments and requests, to ensure we are constantly making improvements to the range.

What do you love most about your job? I love my job, it is very varied and no two days are ever the same. When I’m not in the office, my job involves visiting suppliers both in the UK and overseas, to develop new styles and to ensure they are technically capable of producing our garments. We work closely with the technical and marketing teams, including attending all fit sessions and photo shoots to ensure that the styles are shot and styled perfectly, so they look great in the magazine.

Describe your personal style? A mix of high street with vintage and second hand pieces. I think I have a really varied dress sense. I love dresses. I love print & colour, but also wear a lot of black edgier pieces. I am a terrible hoarder who hates to throw away clothes …. 

How do you dress for…? 

Work? I don’t tend to alter my style that much for work/home. I dress quite casually most of the time. It all depends on how I feel that morning, sometimes I like to plan what I’m wearing, other days it’s literally what’s clean & fits at the time!

Shopping at the weekends? I usually go more for comfort at the weekends; I tend to live in a faithful denim mini skirt teamed with a printed T-shirt & hi-top trainers or ankle boots.

A meal in your favourite restaurant? A long line top with skinny jeans, leather jacket & heels, or any LBD with statement earrings and heels. 

A big night out? I love nothing more than getting ready with the girls for a night out. We still swap clothes at the age of 35!  A night out would usually involve some sort of short dress & heels…..although recently I’ve started wearing more shorts & tights with a top. (I always wear heels!).

Do you follow any style rules? Being a ‘Straight’ body shape, I avoid anything too fitted on the waist for the fear of looking like a Hot Dog sausage. I tend to go for more empire lines; long line slouchy tops with skinny jeans seem to be my usual get up (not forgetting miniskirts & shorts while I still can!)

What’s your biggest fashion faux pas? How about the whole of the 90’s? High waisted 501’s with a body, a fighter pilot bomber jacket, teamed with hideous platforms which were responsible for many a turned ankle.

What are your wardrobe lifesavers? I couldn’t live without my leather jacket, or my denim mini skirt… both worn to death.

What are your essential accessories? Earrings. I feel naked without them.  I wear them every day. I love quite big, statement earrings, and cheesy as it may be – I tend to like to match them to what I’m wearing that day. Sad, I know.

Who’s your style icon? I love Sienna Miller’s effortless bohemian style. 

What’s been your most extravagant fashion purchase? Designer handbags & shoes aren’t really my thing… I have been known to buy the same dress/shoes in several colours/prints at the same time. When I find something I love, I tend to panic buy in case I never love anything as much again.

What sparked your imagination when choosing this collection? We were really feeling the whole 50’s retro style on the casual side for the Vintage Americana range. We loved the primary colours and simplicity of the classic shapes. In contrast with Over the Canyon collection, where the mood was inspired by the ruggedness of the outdoors, using neutral tones & tribal prints.

Were there any difficulties getting this collection exactly as you wanted it to be? Developing the fit to match the styling required is always a challenge, as we have so many fit considerations i.e. body shape/proportions/bust shape and size etc, etc…  However, we work so closely with our talented technical team and we usually find a way.

How did you choose the fabrics? We wanted to keep the fabrics quite simple, using mainly cotton based poplins & easy viscose elastane jerseys. We did use some broderie anglaise panelling and slub jersey for added fabric interest, however keeping the focus on the print, colour and styling was really important this season.

How did you choose the embellishments? To be honest, embellishment was kept to a minimum on Vintage Americana – keeping the garments clean, fresh and simple was the key. However on Over the Canyon, we gave some of the pieces a more embellished feel with embroideries and beaded neck trims. 

Which one item from the spring collection will you definitely be wearing this season? 3/4 Sleeve Shaped Hem Ponti Blazer in Red.

How will you style it? There are so many ways to wear it, with a long line top, skinny’s & a printed scarf /over a printed dress /with a printed top & denim mini skirt and so on.

Where will you wear it? Everywhere!

Which accessory from the spring collection is your must-have item? The Polka Dot Scarf in Red – a guaranteed mood lifter for those rainy mornings.

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading about Lucy, if you have a question for her please let us know. We’d love to hear from you!

Love Pepperberry x

Meet Cleo, Senior Marketing Manager – Creative and Visual Communications

Where did you start your career? I started my career as an Assistant Designer in London for a manufacturer to companies such as Top Shop and Dorothy Perkins.

When did you start working at Bravissimo/Pepperberry? February 2006

What does your job entail? I am responsible for the management of the creative output for our business. This involves the management of the creative designers ensuring that the brand look and feel is consistent across both brands in our magazines, e-mails, web pages etc. Working with our Creative Executive we produce, style, art direct all of our shoots and deliver these ready for all of our customer communications. I am also responsible for the look of our stores and our seasonal VM.

What do you love most about your job?  I am blessed to be doing a job I live and breathe – I am a true creative at heart I love being the bossy boots on shoot, I love the frantic pace and creativity of capturing all of our garments in imagery and then seeing customer reactions to what we have produced.

Describe your personal style? Quirky, vintage, geeky, cool – apparently according to my friends, the ‘cool’ is debatable.

How do you dress for… Work? Shopping at the weekends? A meal in your favourite restaurant? A big night out? I don’t, I wear what I want whenever I want to dependant on my mood, I don’t really have any rules, I love dressing up it is one of the favourite bits of my day.

How do you update your look? I just keep collecting and recycling – I don’t follow fashion particularly, I just update my wardrobe when I see things I like – which is most weeks. My poor bank balance.

What’s your biggest fashion faux pas? A neon baby doll nightie worn as a top that I wore with leggings and platform boots aged 13 to Alton Towers. Not a good look on a roller coaster!

What are your wardrobe lifesavers? Heels, big skirts and cardigans – lots of them in all the colours of the rainbow.

What are your essential accessories? My wedding and engagement rings that my husband chose himself.

Who’s your style icon? Carrie from Sex and the City.

What’s been your most extravagant fashion purchase? A Barbour Jacket.

Do you have any favourite beauty products/secrets to share? I use Sudocream every evening around my nose to stop it peeling – nice!

Do you have a signature scent? Vintage Gardenia by Jo Malone, unfortunately it is now discontinued so my new love is Lime Blossom.  

Where is your favourite city and why? New York – it’s big, fun, loud, full of life and there is acceptance, anything goes.

What three items would you take to a desert island? My husband, my dogs and my granddad.

Where is your dream holiday destination and why? Formentera – a secret island off the coast of Ibiza, beautiful white sandy beaches, and the laid back hippy vibe of Ibiza before dance music came along.

Which three people would you invite to a fantasy dinner party? I would invite, the late River Phoenix because he was so whimsically beautiful, Stephen Fry because he is so supremely intelligent and hilarious and Richard Branson for his entrepreneurial skills, intelligence and incredible life stories.  And, if I could have a wild card Vivienne Westwood because she is the most talented designer and icon of pop punk culture although a little batty!

What would you have to eat? Fish and chips in newspaper ‘old school style’ and really good vintage champagne.

We’d love to hear any thoughts you have after reading Cleo’s answers or any questions you have for her. Cleo is travelling back from a Pepperberry photoshoot in Mexico at the moment!

Love Pepperberry x

Our New Year Resolutions!

Happy new year to you all!

Here at the Pepperberry head office, lots of us have started the year with good intentions…

“My resolution is to cook more (rather than just heating up ready meals).  I’m going to start with homemade soups and then I‘m going to dust off the slow cooker!” Karen, Staff Development Manager.

“To spend more time with my gorgeous husband, eat more chocolate and ignore the diet, to drink more red wine because it’s good for the soul (and I like it, especially a nice Malbec) and to do a little more exercise so I can enjoy both. Oh and to fetch out my sewing machine again, I love making my own clothes and just don’t get chance to do it these days.”  Cleo, Senior Marketing Manager. 

“To keep in touch with friends more and to try and explore somewhere that  I haven’t been before (in the UK) once a month!” Tracey, Fabric Technical Manager.

“To make more effort to keep in contact with distant friends, making sure I don’t just rely on them contacting me!” Becci, Marketing Executive.  

“Lose the final bit of baby weight and get back into exercise, stay in more regular touch with friends and family abroad – don’t just use Facebook but send a proper email or phone them, and do a little bit of housework every day I’m home so it doesn’t mount up and feel like this horrible, unachievable task.” Anna, Engagement & Communications Advisor.

“Go on an adventure abroad, do something every day that makes me feel amazing, dress up more and volunteer with Brownies!” Clare, Assistant Merchandiser.

“To endeavour to arrive on time for things more often!” Fiona, Senior Marketing Manager.

“I’m going to learn to ski!!!” Lisa, Customer Service & Warehouse Operations Manager.

We’d love to hear your resolutions.

Pepperberry x

Meet Fiona, Senior Marketing Manager for Pepperberry

Where did you start your career? I started as a sales and marketing graduate trainee at Beiersdorf, the people that own NIVEA.  I worked on the NIVEA Sun brand for a year before spending 6 months on the Boots National Accounts Team.  Since then I’ve worked for Kraft Foods, Jordans Ryvita and Avon Cosmetics.

When did you start working at Bravissimo/Pepperberry? I joined in October 2011 but I’d been a customer since 2002.  Solihull was my local store.

What does your job entail? With the support of my amazing team I lead the marketing communication strategy and plans for Pepperberry across mail order, online and retail.  It involves working closely with lots of teams across the business to make it happen, for example Retail, Buying & Merchandising, Technical, Customer Service and IT.

What do you love most about your job?  The variety of things I get to do as part of my role.  I can be leading the development of our mobile site, attending conferences to gain new insights, meeting agencies to talk about new functionality for the website, meeting with my team, developing market research plans, attending awards ceremonies, working on the shop floor serving customer or taking calls in customer service.  No two days are ever the same.

Describe your personal style? I have quite a classic more casual style, perhaps a bit European.  I don’t like too much fuss or wild patterns but I am a bit obsessed with Breton stripes and scarves.  I do love getting glammed up to go out with friends though.

How do you dress for…

Work? We have a pretty casual dress code which suits me well as skinny jeans are my go-to item dressed up with a smart top and heels. I do enjoy getting dressed up smartly to attend a conference or big meeting and my Pepperberry dresses are perfect for this.

Shopping at the weekends? It’s got to be skinny jeans and probably a Breton stripe top with riding boots!

A meal in your favourite restaurant? I’d usually wear a dress with heels.

A big night out? Either a glitzy top with black skinnys and killer heels or a LBD with some fab contrasting colour heels.

How do you update your look? I wouldn’t call myself a slave to fashion as I’ve got to the stage where I know what suits me but I like to trawl the shops each season and buy some key pieces to keep my look up to date.  I’ve finally invested in a biker jacket this season.  I usually get a new nail colour from the Chanel seasonal palette to bring my classic look up to the minute.

Do you follow any style rules? I don’t like to mix too many colours together but try not to go all out matchy-matchy either.  I don’t want my clothes to overwhelm me or anyone else I encounter.

What’s your biggest fashion faux pas? I don’t think ‘fashion’ would want itself connected with the patchwork tie-dyed jersey tapered trousers I had as a teenager.  I have them on in a picture of me, my sister and my dad at the summit of Snowdon.  It was a great day but I always cringe when I see what I’m wearing!

What are your wardrobe lifesavers? I’ve got a couple of go-to dresses that if I am having an “Aarrgghh nothing looks right” moment then I grab one of them and I feel good again.

What are your essential accessories? Scarves and a large Mary Poppins-esque handbag to carry all my things around in.

Who’s your style icon? Audrey Hepburn.  Her classic style makes her beauty stand out. 

What’s been your most extravagant fashion purchase? A Swarovski twisted 3-strand necklace.  It weighs a tonne but when light  catches it the effect is magical.  I can’t wear it without getting compliments and it dresses up the plainest of outfits. 

Do you have any favourite beauty products/secrets to share? I swear by L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream for soft hands and healthy nails, Essie Good To Go to give my Chanel nail colour that Shellac glossy look and Kerastase Ciment Thermique to keep hair looking glossy & healthy even with straightener over-use!

Do you have a signature scent? I wear classic Burberry during the day and Calvin Klein Euphoria in the evening.  I always get complimented on them both.

Where is your favourite city and why? I love Hamburg it’s like a 2nd home to me.  I go at least once a year to visit friends I made from my days at NIVEA.  There is loads to do, great restaurants, trendy bars and hotels, good shopping and the most beautiful setting.  The Alster lake walk is the antidote for a late night out in the city and affords a great deal of people watching enjoyment as the great and good of the city take a ritual walk or run around the lakes on a Sunday (as the shops aren’t open!).

What three items would you take to a desert island? iPod, Kindle & a solar powered battery charger.  I can’t stand being bored and there’s only so much gazing out to sea wistfully I could cope with.

Where is your dream holiday destination and why? I’d love to go to Canada and explore the Rockies.  All that fresh air, open space and a slower pace of life really appeals to me.

Which three people would you invite to a fantasy dinner party? Brad Pitt (clean shaven!) as my date for the evening, Michael MacIntyre to keep us amused and Elton John for the great celeb stories and he could sing my favourite song, Tiny Dancer. 

What would you have to eat? A pear & roquefort salad, fillet steak with port sauce and vegetables, eton mess. All washed down with some fine wine.

Customer model Rachel talks about her shape, plus watch a video of all three Body Shape models!

Shaped customer Rachel wears our Twill Dress

Ah, the childbearing hips of doom. Bravissimo helped me learn to love my 30HH boobs long ago. I remember discovering pretty, supportive bras that didn’t resemble scaffolding or pillowcases, with wrap tops and scoop and V necks – oh fabulous day! But the hips. Both wide and long (thank you, short waist), they could easily dominate my silhouette, especially against my narrow back and shoulders. I liked my defined waist, and my boobs did help to balance me out. But if I wasn’t careful, I could still resemble a giant keyhole.

When Pepperberry asked me to be their Shaped customer model for their autumn collection, I knew I was very fortunate – but it wasn’t until the day itself that I realised just how much.  A tour of the Bravissimo and Pepperberry offices, meeting the team including founder Sarah Tremellen, a sneak peek at several forthcoming seasons’ styles (oh, wait until you see next spring’s Bravissimo bikinis!) – and all this before a photoshoot day in which we were constantly primped, painted and powdered for the camera like stars. Alongside Rachel, the Balanced blonde hourglass, and Straight Tamsin, pretty and petite, I was thrilled to learn how A line skirts and bold necklaces could show my Shaped inner diva to her best advantage. Even when asked to “move your left arm out a bit, Rachel, so we can see you’ve got one”, I was a professional!

It was a wonderful personal experience, and a celebration of Pepperberry girls, all the rich and beautiful diversity of StraightBalanced and Shaped women from sizes 8 to 18 and Curvy to Super Curvy. And now, I think I’ve learned to love my Shaped hips too. They made me a model, and I’ll never complain about them again.

Click here to watch a short video of Rachel, Tamsin and Rachel talking about their Body Shape Styling experience:

Pepperberry customer models talk about their Body Shape Styling Service experience




NEW Love Pepperberry blog!

Drape Jersey Dress £55
Available in sizes 8 to 18 in Curvy/Really Curvy and Really/Super Curvy

Welcome to the NEW Love Pepperbery blog!

If you’re looking for stylish clothes, body shape advice and tips for dressing bigger boobs you’ve come to the right place. At Pepperberry we know there is a lot to be said about how clothes can make you feel, our aim is to inspire you to look and feel fabulous!

Here you can read about the things we love, from fashion to food, our favourite holiday destinations to our number one style icon, and everything in between! So if you want to know what makes the Pepperberry team tick, make sure you look out for our weekly musings.

Each season we will ask one of the Pepperberry Buying team about their inspiration for the latest collection and how they will wear their favourite style from the new range. You can find out how they’ve turned catwalk trends into wearable looks for women with bigger boobs, as well as picking up some style advice along the way.

You will find exclusive interviews with the Pepperberry marketing team, store managers, directors and founder and chief executive Sarah Tremellen, so you can really get to know them, from their biggest fashion faux pas to their dream dinner guests!

We will share our beauty secrets and favourite products; in return we’d love to know your tips for radiant skin or cellulite free thighs too! So please leave us your comments, we really do want to hear from you, whatever the subject.

We know you like to find out more about your fellow Pepperberry customers and we love hearing what you have to say, so we want to invite some of you to guest blog for us. We will be launching a competition in the coming weeks, so if you’re a budding blogger make sure you keep checking here for details of how to enter.

We want to make sure we write about the things you really want to read about, so please let us know what you think and if you have any suggestions for future posts. We look forward to hearing from you soon and hope you enjoy reading our blog!

Love Pepperberry x