Whilst we wouldn’t necessarily class March as a typical month in which to wed, the early months of spring and later weeks of autumn it seems, are growing more and more popular. You could argue of course, that with the uncertainty of the Great British summer, any month of the year could in fact bring...Read More
A colour synonymous with sunshine and happiness, yellow is a popular colour in the fashion world. It seems too, walking past spring window displays and browsing online, that it is to be a much-worn colour as we venture into the warmer months of 2019. Yellow doesn’t just have to mean all boldness and brightness either....Read More
When we think about fashion in the autumn months, our minds turn to cosy faux furs, rich plush velvets, traditional textured plaid and timeless soft wools. It is the season for wrapping up warm as the temperatures begin their descent and the sun decidedly sets a little bit earlier each day. While we have been...Read More
With the clocks now well and truly back for many, it will now be dark both when your alarm goes off in the morning – meaning you will no doubt be getting ready with the sun only just starting to rise outside the window – and leaving work when it has already set. Cosy and...Read More
When we think of autumn, our thoughts turn to cosy afternoons spent beside the fire, rainy evenings retreating to the local pub with friends, hearty roast dinners on a Sunday and lazy Saturday morning lay-ins as the wind blusters outside. Like many of the UK seasons, much of what we do – and wear –...Read More
When you ask people some of their favourite prints to wear when it comes to fashion, I think florals – both bold and ditsy – would be a popular choice. From the vibrant, big florals of the 60s, to the vintage florals of the 70s, and the smaller subtle prints of the 90s, we still...Read More
Timeless trends aren’t often something we associate with the younger generation wearing. Timelessness suggests something that has been around for a long time and so naturally we think of older generations – the ‘make do and mend’ era, where fashion wasn’t about consumerism, bad quality or how much you could buy in one month. It...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
It only feels like yesterday when we were considering the trends for spring and getting excited for the warmer days that lay ahead, and now here we are with the summer solstice marking the welcoming start of the season with its wonderfully long days, warmer evenings and sunny mornings. Naturally, the British Summer can leave...Read More
When it comes to our wardrobes, we all have our favourite items. Those pieces that are fail-safe. That we know look good and that we can just throw on. We may have had them for years, or they may be a recent investment. It could be as simple as a plain grey t-shirt, or a...Read More
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