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Introducing The Cult List



So I spoke earlier in the week about Kate and I presenting at Mums Society next month and whilst I have linked to The Cult List before I have not actually explained what or why I am merrily creating more work for myself when I already moan about struggling with the work life balance..

8 years ago I met Kate when I ordered my first piece of Uberkate, we bonded over the love of bespoke and personalised items, of quality pieces that you want to keep forever and that make you feel special every time use them.

I was possibly a bit of a pain in the butt for her as I would often order far too late, wanted to design a piece that was a mix of two designs she already had or fit font on something that pushed her capabilities for my friends and family. 

I remember one day ordering a ring for Marcus to replace one I had previously given him that no longer showed it's inscription. I was deep in the middle of really researching DTLL and mid dreaming of what could be. I rocked up to collect the ring from Kate's house and told her about what I was planning, she loved the idea and we spoke often in the run up to launching Down That Little Lane.

Since that day we have ridden the waves of owning our own businesses together, we share all the knowledge we can with each other. 

Kate is part of my inner circle and I tell her my embarrassing stories to make her laugh, text her my triumphs as I know she will be proud, ask her advice before making many decisions as I know she will be honest and enjoy the fact that she is someone I don't need to hide anything from.


Over the last few years we recognised how well we worked along side each other. We have such similar design tastes and share so many creative passions that we couldn't shake the urge to launch a business together. 

We wanted something that represented our passions, our friendship and our beliefs

It had to be unique, designed and created by us, have soul and be a collaboration of both our visions...

Soooo a few months ago we finally welcomed our newest baby – The Cult List was born.

We are having a ball, we look at what we like best in fashion then re design to create the best bits from a few of them into one. We design the pieces we have been searching for forever but never found and we ask our people what THEY want and then storyboard ideas for the future

Our #partypocket pants are our first offering in @thecultlist clothing range. They are the perfect trans seasonal pant.. team them with a fresh crisp white shirt and a bashed up denim jacket. They look amazing with heels too! sling your fav slouchy leather bag over your shoulder and you are out the door looking #cultable.


To be first on #thelist for a chance to see what we have on offer you need to sign up for a our special newsletter.

We want @thecultlist to be about all of us and we plan on keeping it small and intimate – just for those ‘in the know’.

Sign up to be ‘on the list’ and ‘in the know’ here.

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28 comments

  1. Those pants are smoking hot! As are the people wearing them! Love your work!

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  2. I love bright, flowy dresses-so cool to wear & pretty!

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  3. Loose, flowing, empire line dress...for hot sunny days when you need to feel fresh and light in your clothing!

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  4. I love shift dresses, comfy, practical and can easily be transformed from a day to night look.

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  5. My fav is an easy fitting shirt-dress, that comes to just above the knee, wearable no matter the weather, with skinny jeans or not.

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  6. I love sleeveless shift dresses,easy to wear layered with jeans and boots, or on their own in summer.

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  7. I've signed up as I loved those pants!

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  8. Shirt dress. So versatile; school run, work lunches (perfect for non suit Friday office dress) and fancy dinner out. And comfy. Love them. Especially silk - de-lish

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  9. Love my BOHO Dresses off the shoulder with frill and contrast trimming. I have a couple of long and a few short. Plain and printed materials. Love them as they take to the beach and to a evening Dinner Date. Looking oh so glam!

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  10. I'm actually reasonably non-stylish but I'm working on it! I blame 3 kids in 3.5 years, they sucked any funky from me, I'm slowly clawing it back. Am following on Facie

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  11. I love an empire line dress, that accentuates the bust, and drapes over the belly, that has given birth 3 times!

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  12. So proud of you guys.. like a beaming mother ;) xx

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  13. Love it! The dresses all look so beautiful and comfortable love the long maxi dress could be dressed up and down absolutely gorgeous!

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  14. I love t-shirt style dresses that cinch in at the waist :-) it's important to show off my curvy figure. If you've got a womanly body flaunt it !!!

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  15. I love a sweet fit and flare summer dress with a bright happy pattern. I love wearing them everywhere

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  16. A light sensual fabric next to the skin with a free spirited design/print for a little boho inspiration. Dress up or down, where everywhere.

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  17. I am a Maxi girl, through and through, whether it is an evening or day dress, skirt or dress, I also love when the skirt flows and swirls around my legs

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  18. I love Sun dresses, depending on the fabric you choose and the print / colour they can be worn for most occasions. Silk, cotton, their extreme versatility means you can dress them up or down, flats or heels and accessories complete the look.

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  19. At 60 with dreads, I'm a natural cotton or silk lady, maxi or mid calf, falling from a semi fitted or pieced bodice with grace!

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  20. Usually wear bright, colorful, cotton maxi dresses....cool for summer. But alternatively adore dresses, tunics, tops in gorgeous fabrics. Like fashion that is unique...unusual & not department store fashion, found everywhere. NEVER shop in Shopping Centres, only little local stores & on the net. Friends say my taste is fun, quirky & represents my personality! I do know very lovely people!
    Noelene Lyon

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  21. Something classic, like a LBD (little black dress), that u can dress up or down

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  22. I love wearing a super comfy baby doll style dress, soft flowing and flattering. A simple dress that can be worn anywhere, anytime.

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  23. My personal choice is an A Line style in black, with shawls or jackets to suit the time and type of event I would be attending,

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  24. i usually wear ( sometimes tutu-ish) black dresses with simple detailing including rivets/spikes etc.

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  25. I love a slinky satin fabric dress. Cut just above the knee, preferably an A-line, that I can wear casually or dress up.

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  26. I love a dress that is courteous to my bodies memory of my child bearing years (I have 4 young children), yet celebrates my femininity, personality and zest. A dress which makes me feel like a queen, but in which I feel comfortable to set a world 100m record in. A dress that has just that bit of glitz and glamour, yet has a basic earthiness about it. I don't ask for much huh!! And where would I wear it?? To my cousins wedding - dress code: dress to dance the night away!

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