Set in Highland Perthshire, The House of Bruar has always valued its loyal and hardworking team – and never more so than over the past few years. From the administrative department dealing with changes in manufacturing, shipping and buying, to those involved in shop floor merchandising, maintaining brand standards and exceptional customer service, The House of Bruar ‘family’ has faced every challenge thrown at it with poise and determination.
Despite the current climate, the brand has managed to introduce more choice by expanding existing departments on its 100,000 sq/ft retail site. The traditional ladieswear department showcases the beautiful Autumn/Winter collection from the House of Bruar, together with the latest from Joules, Barbour, Adini, Seasalt and more that sit alongside an impressive range of footwear and accessories from across the world.
The relocated specialist fishing department accompanies the dedicated stalking section in the expansive menswear hall; more light and space has been brought to the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ jewellery shop; and last spring Bruar opened its comprehensive whisky shop, with everything from everyday tipples to the rarest Macallans.
A massive amount of hard work and innovation has also gone into building upon its already wellestablished mail order department, working with suppliers and manufacturers to support both their businesses and its own through difficult times.
Naturally, The House of Bruar continues its patronage of British companies, collaborating with Scottish textile mills such as Lochcarron of Scotland and Lovat Mills to create timeless classics alongside bold new contemporary designs in pure new wool tweed and plaid.
And we must not forget the knitwear collection which features luxurious cashmere, melange Shetland Fair Isles and pure lambswool styles.