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Welcome to the all new Eloise website!

We’ve given it a fresh, contemporary new look and packed it with new features guaranteed to make your shopping experience simpler and more enjoyable!

What’s new you ask? Well not only do we now have reviews where you can let us and other shoppers know what you think about individual products and a news section where we give you updates on what Eloise is up to, our biggest highlight is the real-time product availability status.

This simply means that when you choose a particular item, size and colour, our new system will immediately tell you if the item is in stock and if it isn’t then when to expect delivery. This new feature is linked directly to our stock system so you can see for yourself exactly what we have at the time of your order!

And to make matter even easier once your order is made you can check the status of your order in your online account. Log on at any time, day or night and it will tell you at what stage of proceedings your order is at.

So a whole host of fabulous new features for you to try! Please let us know what you think, we would love to hear your feedback.

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New Eloise Catalogue

We are all getting very excited here at the Eloise office as we are just a few short weeks away from the release of the new Eloise catalogue. Containing all our favourites and best sellers from previous years as well as some fabulous new product lines including some stunning new swimwear. Check back here and we’ll keep you posted…in the meantime why not check out our facebook page for some sneak peeks of upcoming new products.

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Come on in and join the Eloise social media community.


We think Pinterest is a pretty cool way to keep you up-to-date with all our latest products and ideas so we are rewarding our Pinterest followers with a sneak peek of the exciting new swimwear coming up this summer ahead of the catalogue release. The new board is called ‘Post-surgery-swimwear 2015’ and can be viewed here

 If you would like to stay in touch with Eloise by joining our social media community, you can follow us on Twitter, join our Facebook page or follow us on Pinterest for all our latest news. And don’t forget, if you have any suggestions for content that you would like us to include we would be happy to hear from you. Contact us through any of our social media channels J


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Race for Life



Here at Eloise we are playing our part in the fight against cancer by joining this year’s Race for Life in support of Cancer Research UK. Their aim is to save lives from cancer and they are the largest single funder of breast cancer research in the UK.. Cancer Research UK do this through funding world-class research, providing information for patients, health professionals and the public, and influencing public policy to keep cancer at the top of the health agenda.More people are beating cancer than ever before thanks to their work and public support. For more information on their life-saving work please visit

Race for Life is the UK’s largest women-only fundraising event and it has made a huge impact on Cancer Research UK’s work. So to show our support on 10th of June at the Crystal Palace Stadium, Team Eloise will be walking, jogging and running to raise money to support this worthy cause.

If you would like to give us a boost please go to to donate and enter a message of support. Or alternatively if you are coming in for a fitting, our fitters are collecting cash donations. We have set ourselves a target of £500 and we hope to exceed that figure. We hope you will join us in the biggest fight against cancer by making a donation, however small.


Thank you for your support.

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Crystal Palace – Race for Life 2012

At 10am on the cloudy morning of the 10th of June, Team Eloise joined 2,500 other ladies at the Crystal Palace Stadium to run the Race for Life. Even the threat of rain and wet weather did not dampen the spirits of the participants and everyone joined in the warm-ups enthusiastically, with lots of lovely ladies dressed to the nines in pink paraphernalia. 

The Race began at 11am and was around the gorgeous surroundings of the Crystal Palace Park. Luckily the rain stayed away and after just under an hour Team Eloise crossed the finish line to the cheers of friends and family. It was a wonderful atmosphere with numerous spectators lined up around the course cheering the racers on.

Thanks to everyone who donated we have so far raised a total of £395 and counting. There is still time to make a donation in support of Cancer Research UK.

Their aim is to save lives from cancer and they are the largest single funder of breast cancer research in the UK. Cancer Research UK do this through funding world-class research, providing information for patients, health professionals and the public, and influencing public policy to keep cancer at the top of the health agenda. More people are beating cancer than ever before thanks to their work and public support. For more information on their life-saving work please visit

If you would like to make a donation please go to Or alternatively if you are coming in for a fitting, our fitters are collecting cash donations. We have set ourselves a target of £500 and we hope to exceed that figure. We hope you will join us in the biggest fight against cancer by making a donation, however small.


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Why is swimming such a great way to keep fit?

Swimming is often hailed as one of the best ways to exercise, allowing you to tone up and keep fit at the same time.

It’s a fantastic source of cardiovascular exercise and can be especially beneficial for your joints, working the whole body, and thus making it a great holistic activity.

After a mastectomy, you can help to regain your fitness and body confidence by gradually building up your strength and heading to your local pool a couple of times a week.

Many mastectomy swimsuits come with handy pockets, meaning you can slide in an Anita Active Ocean Swimform, which is a prostheses designed specifically for water based activities.

Made from a transparent silicone, it’s lightweight, fast-drying and resistant to salt water and chlorine.

Plus, it won’t drag down the front of your costume – even when wet – and gives a natural outline, even in larger sizes.

With your clothing sorted, you can then dive into the pool and begin having some fun!

But what are the top benefits of swimming?

Muscle strengthening

As well as being a great way to keep fit, swimming can help to strengthen your muscles, as working out in water provides a natural resistance.

Gaining more muscle can help make you feel notably stronger, on top of improving your overall sense of balance.

Low impact

Swimming is a brilliant low impact activity, meaning that even if you haven’t exercised in a while, perhaps due to illness, it is unlikely to cause you pain.

Being in water will lessen the effects of gravity too, so you can continue to move without putting pressure on your joints.

This is important if you want to gradually improve your fitness, as you can slowly build up your strength and the distance you’re swimming at your own pace.


Perhaps one of the best things about water-based activities is that they are adaptable.

You can put in as much energy as you want and should always feel the benefits afterwards.

Of course, you’ll need to make sure you stretch fully before just to ensure that your muscles are ready for a swimming session, as well as afterwards to reduce the chances of injury.

If you’re less confident in water then having a few lessons from an instructor could be a great way to find your perfect stroke and get into a good rhythm before attempting to swim alone.

Generally, backstroke and breast stroke are considered to be the least intense exercises, with butterfly stroke best left to only very competent swimmers!


The physical health benefits of swimming are pretty clear, but it can also be a top way to stay social.

Joining a swimming club or even an exercise class like aqua aerobics can be loads of fun, giving you the chance to meet other people and keep fit together.

This is a great option for those of you who find swimming laps a little bit dull and love the idea of doing a variety of water-based activities in time to music.

There are always plenty of beginners at these sessions and you can always have a word with the instructor beforehand if you’re worried about keeping up.

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Breast Cancer Care Fashion Show

Model hunt for Breast Cancer Care fashion show

Have you ever considered yourself as model material? Can you command the catwalk and wow with your winning smile?

If this sounds like you then perhaps you should step up and enter The Show Scotland 2013 and take part in a Breast Cancer Care fashion event.

The charity is looking for inspirational women to represent it at its flagship showcase in Glasgow.

It is searching for 20 people who have had a diagnosis of breast cancer and would like the opportunity to raise support for this worthwhile cause, while also being transformed into a model for the day.

Each lucky participant will receive styling from a professional team and then be able to rub shoulders with Breast Cancer Care’s top celebrity supporters.

There will also be the chance to take part in press appearances, raising further awareness about breast cancer in your local area and vital funds.

The closing date for applications is March 31st, so you’re urged to start thinking now about how you could make a wonderful ambassador for the charity.

Applicants will then be contacted in April, ahead of the show at the Radisson Blu in Glasgow on September 26th.

Last year’s inspirational event saw 19 women and one man present some top trends on the catwalk, each demonstrating that, regardless of the impacts of breast cancer diagnosis, you can still look and feel sensational.

All in all the event raised £130,000 for Breast Cancer Care Scotland, making it a huge success for all involved.

If your body has been through the trauma of a mastectomy, why not brave the stage and tell your story?

This could be a great milestone for you to aim for in your recovery process, helping prove to yourself just how far you have come and exactly what you’re capable of.

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Good Sleep Habits

Tips for a top night’s sleep

We all struggle to get our full 40 winks from time to time, especially during February, according to a new study.

Sleepio’s Great British Sleep Survey suggests that UK adults will spend an average of eight minutes longer trying to get to sleep, with ten more minutes of restlessness during the night.

This is likely to make people more lethargic during the day, as they have to function with less rest.

However, there are a few ways you can top up on your sleep.

Dress comfortably

You’re never going to be able to relax unless you feel comfortable in what you’re wearing.

Find your routine

Trying to stick to a regular bedtime routine will tell your brain it’s time to wind down and prepare for sleep.

This could be having a pre-bed bubble bath, reading a couple of chapters of a book while tucked under the duvet or listening to your favourite radio show.

Enjoy a warm drink

Having a cup of hot chocolate or tea before bed every night will slightly raise your temperature, meaning that as your body regulates itself it becomes a little tired and you begin to feel sleepy.

Just remember to only choose decaffeinated drinks for this to work!

Use relaxing scents

Many people swear by using essential oils and natural scents to help them sleep. Just as the smell of mint will wake you up in the morning, lavender can help you calm down in the evening.

You could try rubbing a little oil on the inside of your wrists or placing a sprig of lavender under your pillow to help you sink into a natural slumber.

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London at Night – Breast Cancer Care – Pink Ribbon Walk

There’s still time to register for the Breast Cancer Care – London at Night – Pink Ribbon Walk on the 4th July.

An exciting twist on the original Pink Ribbonwalk, the London at Night walk offers you the chance to experience a magical evening with inspiring people, breathtaking sights and lots of fun and laughter. Joining the team is a fantastic way to view the world’s greatest city at night and help make sure that people living with breast cancer have somewhere to turn to for information and support.

You can choose from the dusk (5 miles), sunset (10 miles) or night (20 miles) walk and the charity promise that you’ll not only have an amazing time but your support will help them continue to be there for anyone facing breast cancer. Details of the walk can be found here or read on below for more information.

5 mile route

Average walking time: 1.5 to 2 hours walking including rest stops.

Starting from our Pink Ribbonwalk event village within the grounds of the Imperial War Museum, we head straight for the river and follow the Thames Path along the South Bank past Lambeth Palace, the London Aquarium and Royal Festival Hall. At the Tate Modern we’ll cross the river facing the beautiful St Paul’s Cathedral from the Millennium Bridge before walking along the Embankment towards the Houses of Parliament. From this side of the Thames we’ll have a perfect view of London’s magnificent skyline before crossing Westminster Bridge and making our way back to the event village.

10 mile route

Average walking time: 2.5 to 4 hours walking including rest stops.

The 10 mile route has the same start and finish as the 5 mile, except where the 5 mile walkers head over Millennium Bridge, the 10 mile walkers remain on the south side of the Thames passing HMS Belfast and City Hall. We’ll cross the river at Tower Bridge and take a tour of the historic and contemporary highlights of the City of London – from the Tower of London, to The Gherkin, and on to the majestic St Paul’s Cathedral. We merge briefly with the 5 mile walkers along the Embankment before breaking away to make our way to Buckingham Palace via Nelson’s Column and The Mall. At Buckingham Palace we merge with the 20 mile walkers and take in Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament before crossing Westminster Bridge and returning to our event village by the Imperial War Museum.

20 mile route

Average walking time: 5 to 8 hours walking including rest stops.

The 20 mile route follows the same route as the 10 mile out to Buckingham Palace, from there we break away from the 10 mile walkers and make our way towards London’s lively West End. We take in highlights such as Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden and the British Museum before reaching Oxford Street and heading onwards towards Park Lane. Passing by Hyde Park, we make our way into Knightsbridge taking in Harrods and the magnificent Royal Albert Hall. We walk along the fashionable King’s Road and enjoy the leafy squares of Chelsea, before making our way back to Buckingham Palace. Here we merge with the 10 mile walkers and make our return to the event village as described above.

Routes subject to change