PJs? A sparkly dress? Your favourite Christmas jumper? Dress-code really does vary between households when it comes to Christmas Day. Some choose comfort over style, opting for cosy PJs and super soft slippers to celebrate while others wish to dress up, to make a statement and use Christmas Day as the perfect excuse to wear...Read More
See in NYE in style! While we’re still counting down to Christmas, our thoughts are slowly turning to the imminent celebration of New Years’ Eve. We forget, don’t we, in amongst the festiveness and franticness that ensues around this time of year, that we have another special occasion happening just a week after the big...Read More
Last minute gift ideas As with everything, you always think you have more time. More time to pop into the city, more time to browse online and more time to wrap and write cards. Now, while I’ve ticked the majority of gifts off my scribbled lists, there are a few still left to buy. With...Read More
– Words By Sonal Shah Years ago, communication was limited to using landlines, fax and phone boxes, a simple and straightforward, near fool proof way of getting in touch with people. Today of course is a different story and do not get me wrong as I love the use of Technology. Like most people,...Read More
Women’s workwear is a rather monotonous affair. Often mimicking mens silhouettes: boxy and boring, further described using words such as dull and colourless. Women’s work-dress, however, should not have to consist of such unvaried and unimaginative options. There are a multitude of other options that can create a contrastingly varied and imaginative work wardrobe. A...Read More
Growing up, writing your wants and wishes to Father Christmas on Christmas Eve was a necessary and excitable tradition for many of us. While a pony or the new BMX undoubtedly topped many a child’s Christmas List, it was the act of writing down your favourite things and leaving it beside the fire with a...Read More
Like many, the idea of buying presents is something that fills me with joy. I am certainly not a last-minute buyer and like to take my time really thinking what family and friends will love. It’s a time for thoughtfulness and kindness, where the quantity and monetary value are not the be all and end...Read More
Earlier this week one of our bloggers wrote about imposter syndrome: the frightening and often debilitating feeling that our achievements aren’t worthy of the praise they garner. This incredibly sad, yet nonetheless real affliction is affecting an alarming number of talented women, leading them to feel like actors in their own careers – playing the...Read More
Fashion can be fickle. What’s ‘on trend’ one day can become fashion road kill in the blink of an eye and as much as we probably don’t like to admit it, we are all slaves to the style alter. We’re always told by our elders to keep hold of precious items because one day everything...Read More
I recently found out the devastating news that my nan had gone blind, an overwhelming prospect that consumed my thoughts for days. She will never see my niece grow older than she is right now, nor the frost on a crisp winter’s morning or the first blossom in spring ever again. The view on...Read More
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