Dress to impress, to win £500 vouchers for The House of Bruar


Sharp dressers at next month’s GWCT Scottish Game Fair Headline Sponsor NFU Mutual, will be in with a chance of winning £500 worth of vouchers from Scottish country clothing specialist The House of Bruar. The three-day event is being held Friday 24 to Sunday 26 September at Scone Palace in Perthshire.

The best dressed lady and gentleman will each receive the generous £500 prize, which they’ll be able to spend in store or online. Based by Blair Atholl, The House of Bruar is Scotland’s premier independent country fashion retailer, bringing together an impressive collection of traditional Tweeds and cashmere garments with the very latest in rural style to create a unique shopping experience.

Those keen to enter need only take a picture of themselves at the GWCT Scottish Game Fair in their finest country attire and upload it to social media using the hashtag #SGFLookAtMe. Winners will be chosen by leading industry representatives and announced in the week following the event across the GWCT Scottish Game Fair’s social media platforms.

Patrick Birckbeck, The House of Bruar’s managing director, commented: “The House of Bruar is proud to support The GWCT Scottish Game Fair. As Scotland’s leading independent country clothing retailer with a special emphasis on sporting clothing and country pursuits, we take a keen interest in contemporary rural fashions, and this event is one of the highlights of our annual calendar. Scotland has a unique heritage when it comes to country style and we are always happy to promote the very best in fine tailoring and contemporary design, so we are delighted to be able to sponsor the Best Dressed competition.

James Gower, show director, added: “We’re thrilled to have a brand so synonymous with quality Scottish country clothing as The House of Bruar sponsoring this event. Each year, it’s an exciting opportunity for visitors to dress in their best and enjoy the event in style and it’s always great to see the effort so many people make with it.”