First of all a big warm thank you for visiting Fatlip Shop online!

Fatlip was born in 2003, as a result of my passion to travel the world sourcing exciting and unique jewellery and gifts to bring back to the UK to sell at festivals and events.

Our products sold out regularly at these events and so, overwhelmed by their popularity, I decided to make Fatlip a full time business, setting up a retail shop in Worcester in 2004, whilst also selling wholesale jewellery to other UK retailers. We also opened a retail shop in Ludlow and started retailing online in 2016. 

On May 1st 2021 we opened a retail shop and showroom at 29 High Street Worcester opposite the beautiful Guildhall building. Our brand new shop has our entire range of jewellery and accessories and many other items not available on our website. If you are passing through Worcester please drop by to see us! 

Fatlip Wholesale

Because of growing demand for our products from retailers across the UK, we decided to increase our range of wholesale products and also offer online ordering to our trade customers.

With many years of retail experience, from selling at markets and festivals to high street shops, we understand what retailers need, and what they expect from their wholesalers.

As a wholesale supplier, we are fully committed to supporting our trade clients with a friendly and efficient service, and of course our wonderful and exclusive range of products! 

For trade customers we offer optional packaging and display stands to easily set up an attractive presentation of our Fatlip brand. 

Fatlip UK

We are proud to be a UK retailer and wholesaler in the ever-competitive world of fashion. At Fatlip, it is our mission to keep the quality of our products high, and our prices low, and to keep both our trade and retail customers happy. 

Wherever possible we use purely eco-friendly materials in the manufacture of our jewellery, and this is why glass, freshwater pearls and natural gemstones feature throughout our jewellery ranges.

I hope you enjoy browsing through our collections.

Steve Watmore