Hampstead Bazaar Store

  • Introducing Hampstead Bazaar Bath

    London’s premium clothes shop for women of substance has spread its wings to the West Country.

    London’s Hampstead Bazaar has been treating women to the ultimate in comfort since 1969. With its flagship store located in the Marylebone area of West London, the shop has been at the height of fashion for 50 years now. With so much history behind it, the last few months has seen the shop expand online, now bringing many of its gorgeous clothes and accessories to customer across the country, not just London. With its expansion online, Hampstead Bazaar has opened a second shop for those living in the West of England. Located in the historic city of Bath, Hampstead Bazaar has quickly become one of Pulteney Bridge’s most celebrated clothes shops.

    Everything you need to know about Bath

    Nestled in the county of Somerset, Bath is the largest city in the area, and is located just under a hundred miles away from London. Adorned with a world heritage site title, the area has a long history dating back to the year 60 AD when the Romans built baths and places of worship near the River Avon. Here guests began to frequent the luxury spas and so a city formed around them. This resulted in the Bath we know today, one consisting of just under 89,000 residents and 11 miles of historic town. Bath is home to a wide range of luxury hot spas, museums, high street stores and historic sites of interest, also engaging in a vibrant artistic community and friendly locale, all drawing in 3.8 million tourist visits a year.

    Hampstead Bazaar in Bath

    What this all leads to is a buzzing high street ripe for the picking when it comes to women’s luxury fashion. Hampstead Bazaar, therefore, easily fits into the ethos and aesthetic of the beautiful city. Bath’s Hampstead Bazaar offers up much of what Marylebone’s store does but gives the added quaintness and character of the city. The spacious shop ensures that there is plenty of room for our expansive selection, and sits in a classic Palladian aesthetic, Bath stone building. Bath stone is famous for its distinctive golden-brown colour and adds to the rural feel of the shop. Although Hampstead Bazaar is very much London in name, it widens its style to be truly universal.

    Pulteney Bridge

    Pulteney bridge crosses the river Avon in historical town of bath, England

    Our Hampstead Bazaar Women’s clothes shop in Bath is in the Pulteney Bridge area of the city. This area is built around the famous bridge over the River Avon, and was built in 1774, leading to increased trade and therefore the establishing of a high street area. The area has shops built across each side of the bridge in the classic Palladian style, and has become a metropolitan hub for the city. Whilst alterations continued across both the shops and the bridge itself for the next century, the area has become a prime spot for traders, making for an idyllic environment for the branch of Hampstead Bazaar.

    What’s on offer at Hampstead Bazaar Bath?

    Hampstead Bazaar Bath

    Hampstead Bazaar Bath offers up a wide range of products for women, both in clothing and accessories. Whether it’s a formal summer hat, fit for both garden parties and weddings, or it’s a beautiful maxi dress for summer walks through Parade Gardens, the Bath Hampstead Bazaar outlet is every bit as good as its London forerunner.

  • Getting to Know the Wools In Your Wardrobe

    Wool is an all-encompassing, comforting addition to almost any wardrobe in the world. Everyone wants something woollen, whether that be a snuggle scarf, the thick lining of a coat or a cotton t shirt fit for the summer. Wool has been one of the most popular materials for clothing for centuries now and is multifaceted in its daily applications. At Hampstead Bazaar we pride ourselves on the wide range of wool based clothing and accessories we stock, and thought we’d give you a chance to learn a little more about the range on display. Whatever your needs, there’s plenty you can learn to improve your wool game.

    Firstly, what is wool?

    wool

    Wool is hair grown on the topcoat of animals. Animals who grow wool grow it above their undercoat, protecting against rain and other elements. Both wools are utilised for different purposes, the underlayer typically being softer and used in more luxury products. The topcoat is coarser but still often blended with its softer counterpart in many wool products. Moreover, wool in general can be blended with other materials in clothes to retain shape, elasticity and durability.

    Why go for wool?

    Alongside its comfort, wool can be used to line clothes to add insulation, as well as being flame retardant and water repellent. Wool is often great for retaining coloured dyes, ensuring that your clothes keep their colour. On top of this, wool is very environmentally friendly, being recyclable and increasingly organic in its processing.

    Lamb’s wool

    lamb's wool

    Lambs wool is utilised through regular sheep shearing and allows for a fine and soft wool, some sheep being able to grow up to thirteen kilos of wool every year. Some sheep’s wool is used in clothing due to its softness, whilst finer, more durable wool is used in carpets, rugs and other often used accessories.

    Merino

    Merino Wool

    Merino wool is from a Spanish breed of sheep and is used in the highest quality sheep wool products. The reason or this is that each strand is incredibly fine, ranging from anywhere between 17 and 25 microns.

    Alpaca

    Alpaca Wool

    Like Merino wool, alpaca wool can be as fine as 18 microns, but also sweep a broader scale, ranging up to 30 microns. A little coarser than other wools, this thick coat from the Peruvian Alpaca is an often-used wool internationally.

    Cashmere

    Cashmere

    Used by Hampstead Bazaar in our cashmere and lambswool scarf, cashmere is a soft goat wool from the goat species of the same name. Luxurious in feel, this indulgent wool is popular as one of the comfiest out there. Head on down to our lady’s cashmere jumper sale today!

    Mohair

    mohair wool

    Mohair is sheared from the Angora goat ands is often used for its distinctive frizzy look. With its undercoat mixed with its top coat, you get an array of textures in the Mohair wool products.

    Which wool is right for you?

    There are of course many other wools you can choose from, some rare and some commonplace. Each one comes with a different consistency and is therefor used in a variety of products. If you are looking for a softer wool, then cashmere is the one to go for, whilst a thicker, more durable option would be the Mohair or Alpaca wool.

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