My Love Niche Experience by Sophie Braddick


Hi Girls,

Love NicheToday I’m writing about my trip to Love Niche Studio with This Is Creative Enterprise. It is situated in a luxurious studio on the second floor of 21 Clayton Street.

The unique shop was gorgeous and felt like a really special place to visit. With a wide selection of clothes – including evening wear to prom dresses – and a fantastic choice of jewellery, the store appeared to be very high-end. However, after browsing through the clothes, I was pleasantly surprised that these were reasonably priced for the excellent quality and service you would receive.

I also spoke to the owner of the plush boutique shop, Nisha Vedhara, to find out what she most enjoys about her business and how she got started in the fashion industry.

Nisha grew up around her mother’s fashion studio so has always had a passion for styling and the fashion industry. When she was 18 years old she designed her first range of tunics and later studied at the London College of Fashion before setting up Love Niche.

The best thing about the job, in Nisha’s opinion, is that she gets to help women feel more confident about the way NIshathey look by choosing clothes which suit their body shape and personality. She told me how much she loves her job and couldn’t imagine doing anything else!

After talking to Nisha I could tell that she has a great work ethic and is passionate about her work. This is shown by the beautiful bespoke pieces on offer at Love Niche which Nisha has designed. Her own range of clothing is stunning and is something that she is very proud of.

I hope you have enjoyed hearing about my trip to Love Niche and all that I have learned from Nisha.

Love, Sophie

If you would like to hear more about Love Niche or browse through some of their items head to their website or Love Niche is also hosting a fashion show on the 30th March 2015 in BonBar, Newcastle, for tickets head to their website.

Blog post by – Sophie Braddick, 14, Longbenton Community College