ScotlandShop was founded in 2002. The main office and workshop in the heart of the Scottish Borders in a 150-year-old converted stone granary.
In 2017 ScotlandShop opened a flagship new store. A fresh contemporary shop located in the West End of Edinburgh in the city centre, within easy reach of the major city centre hotels.
Their collection is inspired and influenced by the wonderful palettes of Scotland’s tartans and the craft of artisan designers and textile craftsmen.
The store offers an amazing and unique collection and you will also be able to view samples of all the different fabrics and tartans. All products can be custom made with a measuring service by a team of professionals with an eye for detail and innovation.
ScotlandShop pulls together the talents of fabulous Scottish designers and manufacturers, the fabrics are woven in Scotland, and echo the textile heritage and design flair and innovation of the Scots. The business was founded on a passion for fashion, fabric and Scottish culture but also to contribute towards the development of the local rural economy.
The shop is also located close to our local Orvis Fly Fishing Store, which offers a fantastic fishing section and friendly, professional staff. Walk around the corner to Alva Street, just a few hundred yards away and you can enjoy one of Edinburgh’s finest restaurants Forage and Chatter Like ScotlandShop their focus is on local ingredients, there is love and care in their cooking. In my opinion one of the best restaurants in Edinburgh.
Note from Alba Game Fishing: “When I first entered this store I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised. I guess I was expecting a tourist shop with the usual tartan and tweed offerings. Far from it. This wonderful shop is filled with inspiring garments and I really liked the stylish brogues that can be customised in your own clan tartan! The store is unique and showcases local designers and clever use of Scottish fabrics. I found the staff were professional, informative and Scottish! They know what they are talking about! Well worth a visit!”