Introducing Three Sixty.

Introducing Three Sixty.

Photo:  NXSH

Photo: NXSH


Three Sixty ( is a lifestyle brand aimed at busy women in their late 30’s and 40’s who want to simplify life and create space for the simple pleasures that we call 'everyday joy'.  The everyday joy that comes from accepting ourselves fully in all our shades from light to dark, our entire 360 degrees.  Working with ourselves rather than against, creating space to notice the beauty of life we sometimes overlook in the midst of busyness and the everyday joy that comes from doing the things that light us up.  These things matter, they are the sweet spot of contentment that allow us to live fully.

The Three Sixty brand was inspired by founder Tamu Thomas wanting to create a space where women in their late 30’s and 40’s can try products and services, and read engaging content that reflects and empowers them them to use their time intentionally so that they can step into their power.  Tamu’s own experience of ‘sleep walking’ through life and being preoccupied with what she should be doing rather than what she felt called to do was being reflected in the women all around her.  She noticed a pattern of women holding themselves back and denying feelings of joy and contentment by imposing very masculine ideas of value and success on to themselves.

“I am excited to launch and develop the Three Sixty brand. I have spent many years stuck in a cycle of drowning out my inner voice, forcing myself into what ‘they’ said I ‘should’ be doing.  Barging, bumping, forcing my way, doing the same thing over and over yet expecting different results.  We know what Albert Einstein said about that!  I see this pattern in many women born in the seventies and early eighties, it is symptomatic of a time when we were taught that our value is measured by our output.  It’s time to recognise that we are valuable, full stop and create lives where we take time to feel our value.  I believe that when we feel our value we evoke a grounding sense of contentment and can appreciate everyday joys that tell us we are living rather than existing” - Tamu Thomas, founder.

Currently the brand includes a capsule collection of clothing, a podcast and wellness events.

The stylish capsule collections are designed to take you from day to evening comfortably.  Each garment is one piece, a dress or a jumpsuit, giving you a complete outfit and more time to focus on setting intentions, staying grounded and being present.

The SS18 collection is inspired by the phrase "Keep It Simple”. Tamu has designed six effortless cuts in bold primary and pastel colours to brighten up your wardrobe and mood.  The collection includes a wide leg jumpsuit, floaty maxi dress, baby doll shirt dress, off the shoulder jumpsuit and more.  Please view look book here.

The podcast, “Three Sixty Conversations” features heart warming conversations with women of all backgrounds talking about life, making things less complicated, being authentic and appreciating the lessons that come with experience.

Wellness and self love underpins the brand philosophy and creating meaningful connections is at the heart of what we do.  It’s all about kindfulness (being kind and mindful with yourself and the world) and self care - it is sometimes necessary to take time out to refresh our minds.  The first Three Sixty urban day retreat will take place on Sunday 9th September 2018 at The Clapton Laundry, London.  The day of carefully curated workshops will be dedicated to caring for mind, body and soul.  The main aim of the day is to provide a restorative space, share experience and practical tools to integrate the ethos of the retreat with daily life.

We are launching ‘Three Sixty’ on 1st May 2018 with a panel discussion with successful and like-minded women sharing their tips on how to make space for everyday joy. It will include a lively question and answer session with guests and attendees, followed by music and celebration. This event will take place at The Library Members Club, Covent Garden. Please RSVP to confirm your attendance and receive further details.