Duncan of Jordanstone graduate, Lucy Ryden, opens her vintage inspired boutique tomorrow. After two years of managing boutiques in St Andrews, Lucy decided to follow her dream of having her own boutique in Dundee and today she held the launch of Rosy Tuesday.
With potential customers clamouring to get in the door a day early, things look positive for the young retail entrepreneur – her selection of clothing, accessories and homeware lie somewhere between retro, arty and high street and all are sure to lure savvy shoppers to her shopping emporium.
The Rosy Tuesday target market is the students of Dundee, so all items are affordable without compromising on quality – a silver sequin mini dress is perfect for a Saturday night at DUSA, without being overpriced. That said, non-students should not be put off visiting this quirky boutique; The Daydreamer can promise that Rosy Tuesday will have something you can’t leave without, whether it is the embellished cardigan, the fringed suede bag or one of the many pretty scarves strategically draped around the boutique. The Daydreamer clocked a classic knit with contemporary chain link detail around the neckline – at less than £35, it’s a must-have for any style queen, whether she’s a penny-counting student or a mature woman with a well-earned disposable income.
All of the above available at Rosy Tuesday.
The boutique opens tomorrow and students receive 10% off.
Thank you to Lucy for having me at the launch. Make sure you visit Rosy Tuesday on Facebook.