Made in Britain Women’s Accessories

Here is the Well Fashioned Made in Britain women’s accessories list. Below you will find handbags, scarves, gloves, hats and lots more.

Begg & Co: Ayr, Ayrshire. @BeggandCompany

With 150 years of experience in shawl making but unafraid to champion innovative design, the brand provides a scarf to match any outfit.

Bridds: Devon. @BriddonsBeanies

Bridds make fabulous hats in the heart of Devon. Their attention to detail is superb as each hat is hand crochet by the Briddon family using great quality materials ranging from cashmere to soft acrylic.

Dents: Warminster, Wiltshire. @dentsgloves

Established in 1777, Dents is globally renowned for created fine British leather gloves. Dents have extended their range to include other accessories from leather handbags to woollen hats. For details on their factory shop click here.

Grace Gordon: London. 

Grace Gordon makes each handbag with British leather and solid brass hardware with the form and functionality necessary for the modern woman. 

Heistercamp: Devon. @aheistercamp

Specialising in leather goods, Heistercamp offers a great range of belts and other leather accessories all handmade in Devon!

Helen Moore: Tiverton, Devon. @HMooreEngland

Faux fur accessories and beautiful berets designed and made in Britain.

Jane Hopkinson: Ditchling, Sussex. @JHhandmadebags

Jane Hopkinson creates handmade leather bags for every occasion, from bags suited to Ascot to everyday satchels.

Lellie Bag: Preston, Lancashire. @LellieBag_com

Designer Lesley Shepperson offers a timeless range of leather classics and contemporary twists. Items from leather handbags to matching iPad cases are all individually handmade for you.

Lily and Lionel: London. @LilyandLionel

Famous for their innovative digital prints, ranging from floral to leopard, Lily and Lionel offer boutique scarfs and other unique women’s clothing.

Love Cashmere: Highwick, Scottish Borders. @LoveCashmer

Using the best of Scottish yarn from Loro Piana and Todd & Duncan, Love Cashmere simple but stylish cashmere accessories.

Mcrostie Scotland: Howword, Renfrewshire. @McRostieLeather

All Mcrostie leather accessories are handcrafted in their Scottish workshop using the finest of British materials, truly representing the great quality of UK manufacturing.

Rose B. Brown: London. @rosebbrown

A collection of soft lambswool scarves, gloves and hats. All of Rose B. Brown lambswool is dyed and spun in Scotland and manufactured in Northern England, creating a unique and contemporary range of accessories.

Ruth Dent: Rochester, Kent. @Ruth_Dent

Ruth Dent channels her love for art into bold abstract silk scarfs.

Skye Weavers: Glendale, Isle of Skye. @SkyeWeavers

Harking back to the days of traditional Scottish woollen manufacturing, Skye Weavers create beautiful scarves and accessories on a pedal-powered loom.

Susie Faulks: Stroud, Gloucestershire @susiefaulks

Inspired by the Stroud Valleys, Susie’s designs are printed in England onto a high quality linen union cloth and coated to produce beautiful oilcloth bags. The company prides itself on its PETA and vegan approved products.

Tusting: Onley, Buckinghamshire @TUSTING

Tusting has been passed down five generations within the Tusting family, creating a deep and rich knowledge on the design and production of their bags and other accessories whilst retaining the unique character of the brand.

Una Burke: London. @UnaBurke_Design

Una Burke’s timless leather accessories are all handmade in London using the best vegetable tanned leathers and solid brass fittings from the UK and Italy.

VVA: Lancashire

Sarah Haran designs quality leather handbags big enough to carry around her work belongings but sleek enough to take out in the evening.

Zatchels: Leicester, Leicestershire @Zatchels

Zatchels create simple satchels in a myriad of colours and finishes, you can even personalise your bag with your name, initials and more.