Rosalie Eustace

A post from the Boss

Rosalie Eustace • February 25, 2020

Hi Foxxy fans,

I can not believe I haven’t written a blog since….. my apologies life has taken over and my TF blogs have suffered!

As some of you may or may not know but I am the founder, creator and designer of Timothy Foxx Clothing so as requested by a few of you Foxxy followers here is a bit about me!

Me at TFHQ

I am Rosalie, not only am I super busy being a Girl Boss of Timothy Foxx Clothing but I am also mother of two #minifoxxes, a farmers wife to Paul (a pretty traditional one too – he always has his dinner ready on the table when he gets home from the farm and any time I get to drive a tractor on the farm I jump to the task!) we also grow pumpkins for Halloween, you may have noticed a few photos from our photo shoots that involve pumpkins or a pumpkin patch!

Farmer Paul’s Pumpkins being used for a Photoshoot

I love painting and crafting and generally making things. I also specialise in logo design and branding and I’m pretty hot on social Media too so do a bit of design freelance and consulting in my ‘spare time’

I started Timothy Foxx back in 2008 and made it a Ltd company in January 2009 so pretty established after 11 years of trading. I love being a mummy so I’m in the office during morning hours and then usually run errands in the afternoon. I am chief designer and I also design our Tweed fabrics. I still make a lot of the accessories, for example, the Tweed earwarmers, scarves, cushions, keyrings and the wedding dresses too.

The Purdie Tweed wedding Dress

I enjoy my working day as it can be pretty varied, I am either replying to emails, wrapping up internet orders, designing print layouts or sewing. (or tidying up after two tiny humans)

#minifoxx1 on the road with us at Badminton Horse Trials 2018

I love attending trade shows as it’s a great way to meet our customers and show them how stunning they can look wearing my tweed. The trade shows are a lot of hard work physically and mentally and pretty ghastly too if the weather is horrible, but we have lots of trade show friends so socially it’s brilliant fun. I also LOVE my ‘Foxxmobile’ – she is a 7.5 ton Blue lorry which is my pride and joy, mostly as I had to save up for 5 years to buy her which meant 5 years slumming it camping in a tent at the shows just to save the money to do so.

Tweed suit for the races

We are off to Cheltenham Races in less than two weeks for their Festival Meeting and there is a lot to organise; labeling, packing, packing stock boxes, a spot of paining to freshen up our stand, making more accessories plus the everyday office admin jobs that need doing! So I best be off…

Until next time, stay foxxy!

Love Rosalie

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