We're so pleased to have Trollied Dolly back at LQ! Not familiar with the company? Let us tell you their story....

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, two sisters vowed that they would never go back to their jobs in the office and that they would instead, search for an altogether more enjoyable way of putting wine on the table.

So one sister journeyed North and the other journeyed South, and inspired by their travels they decided to live for the day and start up their own business. They had always longed not to be really ugly sisters, to always have something fabulous to wear at the ball, and coupled with their weakness for getting trollied, they founded Trollied Dolly Clothing for sisters all over the Kingdom.

They mixed up retro inspired designs and made them fabulous and fresh by the use of unusual and beautiful fabrics, not to be found anywhere on the high street.

The Trollied Dolly range reflects the colour and vibrancy of far flung places, lively cultures and perky people, all shaken up with a slice of London Town and a splash of gettin’ down! 

They believe in a land where bad outfits, dull fabrics and boring basics are banned and dreams of utter wardrobe brilliance really can come true!

We've carefully curated a selection of Trollied Dolly dresses and tops for our summer collection at LQ.

These smocks and frocks are made of the highest quality, finest details, and quirkiest prints we could get our hands on, and feature the longer hemlines and cotton fabrics we all know and love. 

Shop the entire collection in-store and online at La Quaintrelle to get a fabulous dolly dress of your own! 

Written by Meghan Finney

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