10 Southside Street
Tel: 01752 515140
|Open All Year|
|1 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2015|
Dale's shop Favourites specialises in selling all her favourite things.
Dale's eclectic mix of new clothes, retro & vintage clothes, recycled accessories, esoteric gifts and handcrafted home furnishings are a pleasure to browse and Dale herself is somewhat of a celebrity! She has been featured on television for her amazing readings and psychic premonitions.
Dale's background is very spiritual and on her travels has learned such arts as Ikebana flower arranging and Oriental brush painting, which she creates with help from her Chinese spirit guide.
Favourites is the exclusive Plymouth outlet for the retro-styled garments by popular clothing company Nomads.
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