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Tuesday, August 17, 2010



Coze di Roze boutique in Cabinteely Village has everything under one roof, including an intimate personal shopping service and very affordable prices. They have just launched a new range of clothing from the Spanish label ‘Almatrichi’, which is exclusive to Coze di Roze in Dublin (there are stockists in Cork, Ennis and Ashford). The range includes raw silk dresses with sequins, blouses, jackets and belts, all at affordable prices.

In addition, Uttam Boutique’s autumn / winter 2010 collection will also be in store in August and is exclusive to Coze di Roze. A favourite of UK celebs such as Strictly Come Dancing’s Alesha Dixon, Pixie Lott, Lily Allen and Amanda Holden, it’s also well priced starting at €52 to €90 for dresses.

Autumn/Winter 2010 sees the Uttam London brand transform into a new sleek and sophisticated range. Under the direction of the existing dedicated design team but with an added emphasis on style and quality the re-born boutique brand offers chic and wearable pieces for day to night for the style conscious. Combining modern prints with intricate embellished detailing, the signature style is not compromised but advanced to incorporate a cleaner, slicker range. A new distinctive contemporary style is the basis to the collection offered for the free-spirited and confident individual. Showcasing three Key themes as focus throughout the entire collection; Vintage Glamour, Film Noir and Rustic Luxury.

Coze di Roze will also be adding the Esska (currently only stocked in Waterford) and Felmini ranges of Boots (only stockists in Dublin) to their already extensive range of shoes and boots.

Coze di Roze was opened in February 2008 by Soraya Quigley, who grew up nearby and saw a niche in the market for a “one stop” shop providing a personal service to customers. Aladdin's Cave and Treasure Trove are two descriptions regularly used by customers to describe this haven of beautiful things.

Coze di Roze stocks clothes, stunning shoes and handbags from cutting edge designers including Rockin’ Reptile, United Nude, Poetic Licence, Miss L’Fire and Organic & Fair Trade clothing company, Nomads.

The shop has a large and loyal following of fans and customers on Facebook which includes an online shop with a promise of next day delivery for customers who are unable to make it in to the shop.

“I wanted to create a space that was a little bit different from the norm and according to customers, that is exactly what they get” says Soraya. My customers are always delighted with their purchases and the responses they receive and the most important thing is that they are buying something beautiful and unique at affordable prices” added Soraya.

In addition, for customers with special occasions coming-up, Coze di Roze offers a service of made to order bespoke bags to match any particular outfit from Emma Gordon, a designer who hand makes each of her beautiful clutch bags in her own studio.

Hand in hand with this comes the service of specially made headpieces to match any outfit from another small designer who makes each unique piece herself. Ruth Keiller is an artist who takes great pride in creating the perfect headpiece for each customer.

Coze di Roze also stocks a wonderful selection of gifts for those friends who can be very difficult to buy for. Again, personal attention is given to help choose just the right gift by the friendly and attentive staff. An added bonus is you leave with your purchases beautifully wrapped and ready to hand over to the lucky recipient.

Soraya also strives to support Irish designers and manufacturers by stocking a range of Irish products including scented candles from Max Benjamin, Bog Standard, jewellery from Carol Shaw, MoMuse, belts, corsages from Yvonne Beale and ShuGal shoe clips.

Shoes, bags, jewellery, clothes, wraps, gifts and more make a visit to Coze di Roze the complete, pleasurable yet affordable shopping experience.

For further information, please contact: Tara Gilleece

Gilleece Communications

Tel: 087-2392721

1 comment:

Boxes Ireland said...

Nice collection at affordable prize, looking of the clothes looking nice.