Thursday, 30 July 2009
Posted by Hunter Wellies at 10:25
Saturday, 25 July 2009
Hunter Wellingtons are a festival must, not just for fashion but also for function. Few people manage to live up to their titles as spectacularly as Dame Shirley, at Glastonbury 08, she bore the DSB monogram picked out in Swarovski Crystals on her Hunter Original Green Wellies. This has started a trend in people wanting to personalise their Hunter Wellies.
Designing your own pair of personalised Hunter wellies is a simple process, all you need is a little imagination and direction. Write down some of your choices or have a look at some examples of ideas other customers have thought up.
STEP TWO: Choose the colour you would like your swarovski crystals to be.
STEP FOUR: Personalization.
Sometimes it's hard to be inspired when it comes to things like this, here are some suggestions to personalize your wellies in a unique way. Of course, you can choose anything you like but perhaps the following ideas will help to get your creative thinking in gear!
Posted by Hunter Wellies at 03:31
Friday, 17 July 2009
Posted by Hunter Wellies at 13:35
Tuesday, 14 July 2009
Posted by Hunter Wellies at 14:11
Tuesday, 7 July 2009
Posted by Hunter Wellies at 13:04
Sunday, 5 July 2009
Stylish canvas pods with private kitchens and bathrooms on the edge of Bodmin Moor with beautiful views of the countryside
Furnished with chic modern classics, the pods, as they are known, feature large clear windows in the front to frame the open countryside and unpolluted clear night sky.
There are also adjacent en-suite bathroom and kitchen tents offering the best in luxury camping kit for the exclusive use of each pod.
The pods are perched on the edge of Bodmin Moor in 3 acres of wild flower meadow directly above the Old Vicarage in St Clether, between Camelford and Launceston.
Back to nature holidays in these spacious and comfortable bell tents complete with wooden floors and Moroccan rugs
Nestled in a secluded part of the valley this traditional working hill farm is set amid some of the most beautiful scenery the Lake District has to offer, with plenty of walks from the door to suit all abilities. Climbing, canoeing, mountain biking, or simply relaxing on the shores of Derwent Water are all available too.
Posted by Hunter Wellies at 07:07