"White-tailed eagles were once widespread across England and Scotland, but wiped out by humans about a century ago. They are now a globally endangered species with only around 10,000 pairs in the world remaining, a third of which live in Norway.
Last year, a five-year-project on the Isle of Wight re-introduced six eagles, but they are not expected to breed until 2024. A similar scheme in Scotland has proven a success, and there are now more than 130 breeding pairs. In 2013, for the first time in almost 200 years, sea eagles bred successfully in East Scotland. Fingers crossed for the same results in England on the Isle of Wight. May the glorious eagles soon roam our skies again...."
It’s hard to beat a Cynthia dress. She looks consistently fabulous on all shapes, sizes and ages, so it’s not surprising that she’s a best seller.
Not only does Cynthia fit like a dream but she also offers two looks in one. Her mandarin collar can be turned down like a classic shirt collar or worn up giving her an elegant and contemporary edge.
To complete the outfit, Cynthia has a round covered buckle belt in matching fabric. Oh, we should also mention her brilliantly deep pockets. Perfect for stashing away treasures!
Wear Cynthia with flats for a relaxed daytime look or team her with heels for a more dressy, vintage vibe.
Cynthia - Navy Birds of Prey has been hand-illustrated and made with care in our London factory using Organic cotton. Read more about our ethical fabric choices here.
Cynthia - Navy Birds of Prey features Corozo nut buttons - an ethical, sustainable and biodegradable alternative to plastic buttons (and a favourite choice in the 1920s!). Read more about the Corozo nut and why we love it so much here.
- 100% Tencel
- Made in London
- Hand-Illustrated print
- Machine washable
- Fabric printed belt
- Corozo nut buttons
Natasha is 5' 5" and is wearing a size 10.
Matilda is 5' 7" and is wearing a size 10.