Bridge Street's Summer season fashion

on 16 May 2017.

White Coco

17 Bridge Street, Hungerford

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Born out of a successful web-based business and exhibiting at both the 'Spirit of Christmas Fair' and the 'House and Garden Festival' for five years, White Coco came to Hungerford in March 2016 where they have embraced the community. Women know to go to White Coco for something that little bit different which will be both easy to wear and strikingly individual.

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WHITE COCO-0049Each item in the shop is selected to make the wearer feel fabulous, from standout coats and jackets to beautiful knitwear and flattering tops. The stock is continually being refreshed so there is always something new to browse.

Mojo and McCoy

4 Bridge Street, Hungerford

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Started by a group of friends who met at the school gates, with help from some fashion savvy family members, Mojo and McCoy brought London shopping to the shires in November 2014 when they opened their stylish store in the vacancy created by the departure of destination boutique, Jeanne Pettit.

They saw a gap in the market for upscale fashion and filled it with their comprehensive range of clothes from edgy and urban to easy to wear casual and occasion wear. Confident they can dress any woman from 18-80, Mojo and McCoy's most popular designers are Amanda Wakeley, DVF and cashmere from labels Chinti & Parker and Wyse. The staff are knowledgeable and friendly and will help you navigate the trends to find something that is just right for you. They pride themselves on providing a high end service and going the extra mile for their customers.

Pictured above are Mojo & McCoy owners, from left to right seated, Chanelle McCoy, Laura Lopes, Emily Hambro and standing are Emma Eliot-Cohen, Hilary Burke, Mima Lopes.

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 Angela Knight

9 Bridge Street, Hungerford

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Less of a lingerie store and more of a transformational experience, Angela Knight has a mission to liberate the goddess within, offering a bespoke fitting service which caters not just to a wide range of sizes (AA-K cup) but to the individuality of each client, working with both body shape and personality.

A trained stylist bringing over twenty years experience of design and couture to her business, Angela is a crusader for changing the way women feel about themselves and their bodies and is able to make a woman look ten years younger and half a stone lighter just by putting them in the right bra.

A feminine haven of silk and lace, Angela Knight Lingerie is really selling empowerment: 'We are all beautiful if we feel beautiful, there is nobody I can't work my magic on.'

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CoCo & Co

13 Bridge Street, Hungerford

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13 Bridge Street, Hungerford. Tel 01488 686319 www.coco-co.co.uk

cocandco hats season2017 hungerfordCoco and Co is a dress agency which has made a business out of women's extravagance. Those dresses which we paid a fortune for and wore only once? There's a chance they'll turn up at Coco and Co. Less pre-loved than hardly worn, many items still have their labels in and are generally available for 70% less than originally priced.

Coco and Co stock an impressive range of designer and top end high street garments, shoes, bags and those all important hats for The Season. If you're doing Henley, Ascot or a wedding and don't want to spend a fortune on something you will wear only once, this is the place for designer without the price tag.

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