Following an interesting discussion in the office the other day, we started talking about what women wear. Speaking to both men and women, I professed that I largely dress for women. This seemed to raise a few eyebrows, some confused and others in understanding. When I say I dress for women, I mean that I...Read More
Surrounded by photographs and magazine adverts of women looking beautiful with their no-makeup-looks, we are now in an age where we are constantly reminded of what ‘beauty’, on the face of it, looks like. Even growing up, there were the popular and pretty girls at school, surrounded by puppy dog-eyed boys and envious stares. At...Read More
Who do you turn to when you have a problem or an issue you need advice with? Do you ponder it over yourself and shy away from troubling others with it? Do you talk it over with your other half, or reap the benefits of your parents’ wisdom to determine the best course of action?...Read More
Growing up, I was always interested in fashion and many years on, I have continued to indulge this, together with an unhealthy obsession for street style. I always say that one of my favourite things to do is sit in a café watching the world go by and see what people around me are wearing....Read More
During our school days, it seemed so much easier to make – and keep – friends. Perhaps it’s our simple outlook or lack of worries and jealously. While we may have fallen out with one another during break time because we didn’t share our chocolate brownie, we would always make up by the time lunch...Read More
Although as I type this, it has been raining for seven solid hours, the British wedding season is now in full bountiful swing. Whether 2017 is your year of weddings – we’ll all experience those, together with the corresponding hen dos – or you’re only planning to attend one or two evening receptions, the high...Read More
A good friend of mine, India Martin published an article on her LinkedIn page recently entitled The Real Cost of Being an Entrepreneur. In it she gives an honest account of moving from corporate to entrepreneurial life sharing her vulnerabilities, the sacrifices made and the risks taken. It’s worth a read. One thing India didn’t...Read More
It was just the other day, as I was writing the blog before this one, that I found myself pondering the question, ‘Who is Confucius?’ Now it might strike you as odd that such a seemingly random thought would pop into my head and then compel me to write about it. So let me explain....Read More
In venues as large as the O2 Arena you arrive expecting to be just a tiny one in the thousands, a blurry dot amongst the many faces – and this has been the case with so many of the live concerts and performances I’ve attended over the years. However much like the way John Mayer...Read More
In celebration of the hottest day of the year so far – I believe it reached up to 25°C in some parts of the UK yesterday – I thought I would do a little round-up of some of the prettiest and season-appropriate blouses available both online and in-store. Spring is well and truly underway, with...Read More
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