Made in Scotland

The Well Fashioned list of manufacturers based in the Scotland.

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.

Cioch: Struan, Isle of Skye, Invernessshire. 

Based on the Isle of Skye, Cioch aim to provide outdoor clothing with the ‘Perfect Fit’ with garments tailor made to your measurements and in your colour combination of choice.

Elizabeth Martin: Lanark, Lanarkshire @elizharristweed

All Elizabeth Martin Tweed products are designed by founder, Elizabeth Martin and hand-made by local staff in Scotland using Harris Tweed, Egyptian Cotton, Satin and Silk.

Godiva Boutique, Edinburgh

Godiva Boutique stock some great Made in Scotland clothes in the centre of Edinburgh, including Rowan Joy. In the area? Why not pop over to see just how great the quality of Made in Scotland womenswear collections and accessories are or shop online.

Harley of Scotland: Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. @harleyofscotlnd

Harley of Scotland use only yarn milled in North East Scotland in the production of their timeless classic sweaters.

Johnstons of Elgin: Elgin & Hawick @Johnstons_Elgin

They have 200 years of experience in the textile industry. The result? Beautiful cashmere and wool collections. Johnstons of Elgin offers tours of both their sites. Elgin Mill Tours are available 10am- 3pm Monday- Thursday, 10am- 12 noon Friday. Hawick Mill Tours are available 10:30am-1:30pm Monday to Thursday, 10am on Friday.

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.

Rowan Joy: Edinburgh. @rowanjoy

The label originally started as a vintage reworking project which then evolved into Rowan taking inspiration from vintage pieces and creating her own one-off designs. Rowan Joy also offers a bridal-wear range.

Rowan Joy Bridal: Edinburgh. 

As the sister-label of ‘Rowan Joy’, Rowan Joy Bridal mirrors the vintage styles and inspirations of Rowan Joy but combines them with bridal elegance and glamour.

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.

Stewart Christie & Co: Edinburgh @SCBespoke

Stewart Christie & Co have a long history of holding both estate and family tweeds and tartans. Both a made to measure and bespoke tailoring service is offered, bespoke orders being made on site in their Edinburgh workroom.

& Daughter: Hawick, Scottish Borders @AndDaughterUK

& Daughter produce their items in Hawick in the Borders of Scotland as well as Donegal in Ireland, combining the style and expertise of British and Irish design. Passing from father to daughter, the brand creates simple and elegant knitwear, often using cashmere for the softest feel.