Greetings again, my fellow Whovians! It’s timey wimey for another Red Velvet Coat update. So, let’s get right to it then shall we?
PRE-ORDERS & PAYMENT DETAILS
Knowing this coat was high in demand, we wanted to try something new…EARLY BIRD PRE-SALES! One of the reasons we decided to try this, is to provide you with better inventory availability. Knowing what sizes to order beforehand helps us make sure we don’t sell out of your size! We want to see smiles on those faces 😊. While we are fine tuning all the details, it gives us time to receive your pre-orders so that we can order more of the sizes that are already sold out!
SURVIVING THE DROUGHT!
Now that we know when to expect in Season 3 (September 2017 for those of you who may not know!), doesn’t it make you want to touch some stones so you can travel AHEAD of time and watch the entire season NOW??!!!
While we are waiting in this prolonged shortage, we are very busy here at AbbyShot playing dress up as we receive samples of products we are perfecting!
You know one thing that really bothers me about our product development process? It keeps me awake at night knowing I have to make all you fans wait so long for new product! Imagine if I could create sketches one day and the next...POOF! We have an entire collection of Outlander goods to fill your boots!
OK, BACK TO REALITY! Ha!
Although only six episodes in, Class is already beginning to play with its own format. There is no grand alien invasion here, or predatory monster hunting the corridors for prey. Instead the evil here is mainly from within, born out of the rivalries, jealousies and secret fears of our heroes themselves.
Sporrans are an essential piece of the Highland dress. ALMOST as essential as Jamie Fraser is to Outlander!!!
From our research into the origin of sporrans, we discovered that the first sporrans are thought to have originated from around the 14th century. They were developed from the commonly used medieval purse or scip. Sporrans are generally classed into three main types. There is the simple and informal day-wear sporran, like the one we have recreated here, worn by Jamie Fraser, which is usually made entirely of leather; the semi-dress sporran that is considered suitable for most occasions and the most decorative (and might I add hairy) style, the full-dress sporran worn only with formal attire.