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PICTURES: Nairn lingerie shop owner ready to enjoy 'buzz of the Harbour' in new store


By Federica Stefani

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Grace Hay has relocated her lingerie shop Grace Lily on Harbour Street in Nairn. Picture: James Mackenzie
Grace Hay has relocated her lingerie shop Grace Lily on Harbour Street in Nairn. Picture: James Mackenzie

A Nairn lingerie shop focussing on inclusivity for "all bodies and ages" was off to a great re-start in their new Harbour street premises this weekend.

Grace Lily Lingerie (formerly on Leopold Street) moved to the new store looking for more space and a more accessible space for its customers.

Owner Grace Hay said they are excited for the move after opening their doors to customers for the first time on Saturday.

She said: "We had a fantastic opening with lots of new and existing customers.

Grace Hay has relocated her lingerie shop Grace Lily on Harbour Street in Nairn. Picture: James Mackenzie
Grace Hay has relocated her lingerie shop Grace Lily on Harbour Street in Nairn. Picture: James Mackenzie

"We managed to help ladies wearing a 38G that were actually a 36K and it transformed their shape, they left happier and walking taller.

"Nothing makes me happier than helping women that have struggled with sore backs, knowing it's not right but have been too nervous to be fitted. We're fully inclusive with zero judgement and welcome everybody.

"We're looking forward to the spring in our new premises and being able to enjoy the Nairn sunshine and buzz of the Harbour!"

Over the week the shop had a 'virtual fashion show' on, with videos of models – all non-professionals – being projected in the evenings.

For the first time, they will not only book in customers though appointments but will also have two open-door days a week (Wednesdays and Fridays).


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