NECK & NECK

January 28, 2011

Spring Summer 2011 Preview Collection!!!

Here you are the Spring Summer 2011 Preview Collection!!! Hope you like it as much as we do!!!

January 17, 2011

Sales!!!

We don’t forget boys! Buy any of these shirts for only 16,95€!!! For a casual look, wear them with basic trousers and with any of our polo-shirts! Irresistible!!

January 14, 2011

Sales!!!

Keep an eye on our sales!!! Girl’s shirt, before 33,90€, buy it now for 16,95€!!!
Wear it with slim fit trousers and with a cardigan for a trendy look!

January 11, 2011

50% off in our Online Store!!!

From now on, enjoy 50% off in all the winter collection, on your online shop!!!

December 17, 2010

NECK & NECK outfits

Christmas is almost here! Do you know what your kids will be wearing for the holiday parties?! Which of these outfits is your favourite?
Don’t miss our Facebook’s wall to get more tips next week!!!

 

December 9, 2010

Duke Of York Square News

December 3, 2010

It’s so cold!

To fight off the cold of these days, wrap your kids in a cosy NECK & NECK scarf. They will be lovely and warm!

Enjoy your weekend!

October 22, 2010

Halloween Recipes: let’s keep it simple

Orange Jack-o’-Lanterns with Sorbet

 

Invite a crew of frozen friends for dessert. Cut off the top quarter of an orange. Scoop out flesh with a spoon, then carve eyes, noses, and grins with a utility knife.

Ingredients:

  • 4 navel oranges
  • 2 pints mango, passion-fruit, or orange sorbet, softened

 

Directions:

  1. Slice off the top quarter of each orange, and reserve for lid. Using a grapefruit spoon or paring knife, scoop or cut out interior of oranges. Reserve flesh for another use, such as fresh orange juice.
  2. Use our templates or draw a jack-o’-lantern face freehand. Tape paper to hollowed orange, and cut out features with a craft knife or other small, sharp knife.
  3. Pack each orange with sorbet, and top it with a “lid.” Bend floral wire, and poke it in — not through — top of orange for tendrils. Transfer to a parchment-lined baking sheet, and place in the freezer until firm, about 30 minutes. Oranges with sorbet can be frozen for up to 3 days.

More Halloween recipes at  Marthastewart.com 

September 21, 2010

Back to School

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September 9, 2010

Back to School Prep: Brown-Bag It in Style

Make lunchtime even more appetizing by decorating kids’ lunch bags or boxes with cheery stickers and labels. Some can serve a purpose — personalizing plain containers or sealing sacks shut — others are purely for fun.

And they’re quick and simple to make with a computer and printer, a scanner, or a color copier, plus easy-to-find supplies. With the same tools, you can make a chart that lets kids help plan what to pack.

Find out how to make Lunch Labels at Martha Stewart website

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