Nester Of The Month

Did you know the name April is derived from the latin word “aperit” which means to open. It is considered that April is the month of the growing season and when trees and flowers begin to “open”..  With that- it is our greatest pleasure to open up the next chapter of our NOTM story and welcome in.... 


Thank you for your consistent love and support for our brand, you have been amazing ambassadors of the NtN virtues and we are all looking forward to getting to know you more! We know that this journey will be amazing for you are so so so VERY excited to be on it! Welcome 💜 

Meet the girls below... 

•When did you first become a member of NtN? I first became a member in July 2018.

•Do you remember your first ever purchase and what it was? The first items I purchased were preloved. It was the Mustard Pinafore and the Sloane Circle Skirt in Mustard Roses.

•How old are your children and what are their names? I have two lovely daughters. Scarlett is 3 and April is 2.

•What’s your insta handle?


•What’s your favourite NtN collection piece? 

It would have to be the stunning Vada in Purple High Waisted Twirling Dress! Both NOTM collaboration pieces have been incredible this year and I’m so excited and nervous to be next.

•What’s your unicorn NtN piece? 

I’m totally dreaming, but it would have to be the Isla Hummingbird Dress. I love anything purple! I would also love to find an Olivia Rae High Waisted Twirling Dress in Navy.

•What are you hoping to learn from this journey?

I’m hoping to learn what goes on behind the scenes to bring us the beautiful clothes each week. Everything from style designs, sourcing fabric and manufacturing the pieces. I would like to learn more about slow fashion for my own knowledge and to educate my fashion and textiles students. I’m looking forward to immersing myself in the Nest community and getting to know everyone better.

•What was your initial reaction to being told you were chosen as NOTM? 

I was in the classroom teaching and I checked the time on my phone and just saw the first line of Valosh’s message. I think I squealed, covered my mouth in shock and then had to continue teaching my Year 7 students making tacos. I think I skipped around for the rest of the lesson with a huge smile on my face.