Country Casuals Revisited

Lady wearing abstract floral dress

If you’ve missed the classic British brand you’ll be glad to hear that Country Casuals is back, located in The Edinburgh Woollen Mill stores.

The new spring/summer collection includes the latest fashion trends, employing the finest materials, signature fine tailoring and assuring the attention to detail that customers love.

The new range includes pretty pastel  New Romantic with abstract floral prints, relaxed tailoring and beautiful new textures in knitwear.

Neo Nautical is a modern, clean fresh take on the nautical look, with a palette of navy, white and zesty lime. Statement geometric prints combine with chic wardrobe essentials in luxurious linen and cotton.

To complete the collection, Natural Beauty timelessly flatters with a refined, contemporary ethnic feel.

Neutral tones skillfully combine with black, spicy red, accents of gold and bright coral to bring a gorgeous modern palette to any occasion. A discreet use of embellishment adds the perfect finishing touch.

Back To The High Street

David Read, Head of Marketing at  Country Casuals, said:

We are delighted to welcome such an iconic brand and style to The Edinburgh Woollen Mill. Country Casuals has been a staple brand within stylish wardrobes for decades so we’re delighted to bring the brand back to the high street. The contemporary new collection includes a range of gorgeous new designs without the designer price tag. We look forward to extending a warm welcome to Country Casuals in our stores throughout the UK.”

The new Country Casuals collection can be purchased online at or by using the store locator on the website, where a friendly team will be on hand to offer a warm welcome and a personal shopping experience.

Further details on The Edinburgh Woollen Mill product range and store network can be found by visiting and

Audrey Patterson

Having started my career at My Weekly on Real Life stories, for the past 8 years I have been Beauty and Fashion Editor. I also write Travel and Homes features, plus the odd book review. We’re a flexible team! I also write features for Your Best Ever Christmas covering a variety of topics.