Posts Tagged ‘Hampton Blue’

Hampton Blue Hits the Road!

February 12, 2013
Hampton Blue Mobile Boutique

Hampton Blue Mobile Boutique

We’re so excited to let you know that Hampton Blue has it’s very own mobile accessories and gift boutique now! We took an old ambulance that was no longer in service, gutted it out and revamped it Hampton Blue style.

The plan now is to use it at various events across Northern Ireland and Ireland, so keep an eye out for us on the road and give us a beep! Hope you like it and find it a fun way to shop.

Hampton Blue Winter Sale Continues!

January 24, 2013

Sale

The Hampton Blue Winter Sale continues with many items up to half price.  We have scarves from Lettuce and HLA, bags from Disaster Designs and Decodelire, costume and semi precious jewellery and more.  So get on over to the Hampton Blue website and grab yourself a bargain.

Lovely New Products!

September 11, 2012

The deliveries of products for autumn/winter 2012 have started arriving here at Hampton Blue, so it’s a bit like Christmas for us at the minute!!  One of our favourite packages to open is the one from Disaster Designs.  We just put new bags, purses, makeup bags and compacts from Disaster Designs onto the Hampton Blue website this week.  The new Aviary collection is full of vintage bird and floral designs and we have added to other collections, such as the travel themed Bon Voyage collection. 

More products are on their way to us, including jewellery from Lovett and Co, home accessories, gifts and more.  Can’t wait to see all the lovely new products.

Disaster Designs Aviary Makeup Bag, £18.95      Disaster Designs Bon Voyage Makeup Bag, £14.95

Belfast Mela 2012

August 30, 2012

The Belfast Mela, Northern Ireland’s largest intercultural arts festival took place last Sunday in Botantic Gardens, Belfast.  Hampton Blue were delighted to have a stall at this great event for the second year in a row, along with loads of other fantastic local businesses. 

Hampton Blue Gifts

Selection of gifts from Hampton Blue

With over 30000 people attending, it turned out to be the biggest Mela to date.  The crowds were entertained with dancing and music from cultures around the world.  There were food stalls selling cuisine from Thailand, Poland, India and Spain, a global souk, various craft tents for kids and so much more.  The sun shone on the day (which has been a rare sight this summer) and the buzz was just amazing.   It was great to see so many people from different cultural backgrounds coming together and embracing Northern Ireland’s cultural diversity.  We can’t wait to take part in the Belfast Mela next year.

Belfast Mela 2012

Belfast Mela 2012