Berrybow is an online store for women, based in Malaysia, specilising in fashion made in Korea.
In my opinion, most of the collection is perfect for work in an office environment, with elegant details, at a good price.
There is a large selection of blouses (with lovely details on the collars, shoulders and cuffs) and lots of skirts (in office styles, peplum, pencils, tulips, flares). Nothing too showy or eye-raisingly “young”.
These details (especially the embellished collars) are quite on-trend at the moment, and it all has a very vintage, sophisticated “Madmen” 50′s style.
There’s lots of mixing and matching to be done there!
Check out the New Arrivals Section.
There is also lot of opportunity use the pieces in a non-office environment as well, which is great, because a good wardrobe is versatile.
This is a woven fitted dress in maroon. It fits me SO well (UK6). I’m so happy I picked it. In fact, it probably ranks as one of my current favourite dresses to wear. It’s hot!
It’s got a good stretch, the material is like a heavy wool-blend and it has lining. It’s comfy, easy to move around in and a good length for my [short] height. It’s got a bit of a sparkle in the fabric too.
Great dress to wear on a night out in the town! Unfortunately it’s sold out, but there’s another in navy.
Next up is a cool metallic skirt. It’s a full circle skirt, so it’s tight at the waist and puffs out at the bottom, a bit like a ballerina tutu. It’s very cute.
Pair it with a camisole or singlet top for a party look.
Or with a luxe silk top and a blazer for a more glam daytime event.
Lastly, I chose these scallop hemmed navy shorts – as I said earlier, well-made, simple item with a very nice detail. It’s sold out in navy, but available in blush.
I also tried something new… I have a vintage silk scarf (not Hermes!) and turned it into a handkerchief top. Yes it’s just a square scarf, and it wrapped around perfectly (didn’t show my bra) plus it went well with the shorts. Super cute!
International shipping rates are reasonable, considering that the price of the clothing is affordable and the quality is good.
The maroon dress was A$42.70 + A$12.50 = A$55.20 … very worth it! You’d pay A$79 -$99 for something like that in TopShop or Zara.
The skirt was A$39.63 + A$12.50 = $52.13. Again something similar in the high-street stores would cost more.
Berrybow have a promotion on right now, if you sign up to be a member, you can receive a RM30 (USD$9) shopping voucher and 20% off on your birthday month.
Enjoy shopping everyone!
Check out more of my favourite online shops in my Women’s Online Fashion Shopping Guide.