July Edit

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Here’s our pick of products to try this month to keep yourself looking fresh and trendy.

Travel in style

The Dublin 2.0 BackPack is an all-day, everyday backpack. Use it for commuting, a quick gym visit, or a casual walk in the forest. It features two spacious main compartments, a laptop sleeve, double exterior water bottle holders and comfortable, adjustable shoulder straps. Features include YKK® Zipper, two main compartments accessible with zip, external pocket with zip, dual external compartments, carry handle on top, adjustable, padded shoulder straps and a computer sleeve inside.

Experience an Internal Spa Day with the Raspberry Marine Collagen from Sixways

Support collagen production and promote healthier hair, skin and joints with Sixways’ sustainably sourced Wild Marine Collagen blend. The Collagen comes from fish sustainably sourced in Atlantic waters (with zero fishy taste).

Keep it stylish

If you’re looking to treat the man in your life, why not head on over to Charles Trywhitt. These polo shirts and linen shirts are perfect for the summer and no doubt will keep him looking cool and stylish this season. What are you waiting for?


A global designer and manufacturer of premium cases, screen protection and power, has recently launched SnapStand, its first ever recycled power product.It also aligns with MagSafe and Qi compatible devices and the adaptable design allows for optimal viewing of iPhones for videos, calls or browsing, as well as activating iOS 17 nightstand mode when rotated at 90 degrees.As with all QDOS products, the packaging is 100% recycled and recyclable and the SnapStand comes with a USB-C cable and user guide.

Available at QDOS, RRP £79.99.

Treat Yourself 

We simply love the jewelry on offer at this online store. Whether you’re looking for something special for a loved one or looking to treat yourself – you simply can’t go wrong. They look glam and sophisticated – what are you waiting for?
For more information, visit Bloom Boutique
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