When we think of monochrome in fashion, our minds tend to wander to black, white and greys. Neutral, classic colours without much colour. For many, this is a popular colour palette to wear. It is clean, crisp and chic and works both at the office and day-to-day. It is synonymous with sophistication, style and effortlessness....Read More
I’ve been having a bit of a wardrobe clear-out recently which always encourages me to rearrange my clothes too. I bought a new clothing rail to sit alongside the copper one I made at the end of last year (it was beginning to bend in the middle you see, a sure sign you have too...Read More
Monochrome during summer is a refreshing alternative to full on colourful. Anoushka is wearing an angelic white broderie anglaise dress which she’s accessorised with a sleek pointed toe pump which will take you from work to weekend in one fell swoop. A floppy straw hat is summer’s best friend, helping to keep your face in the shade while adding...Read More
On the third day of this week’s style diary, Nathalie wows with her impressive footwear and even more impressive backdrop. Starting from the bottom up with these Acne patent high top trainers, Nathalie has hit the nail on the head with her shoe choice. Trainers were rife on the catwalk for Spring/Summer ’14 and we...Read More
Even for the most devout block colour lovers, spots and stripes have always been an acceptable alternative to plain dressing. And over the last few seasons tartan has also slowly made its way into the pattern safe category. But as full on Highland tartan begins to fade there is a new check doing the rounds...Read More
A model by day and blogger by night Lisa of Mind Body Swag knows what looks good. Wearing a classic black and white look allows her to play with textures, styling a pair of black leather shorts with a bright white summer knit – the combination of these two simple colours is eternally chic. Keeping...Read More
Sometimes, only a flat shoe will do. Whether you’re going to be on your feet all day and want to be comfortable, are very tall and don’t much fancy being six foot six in heels, are going to a ‘smart/casual’ event or just don’t fancy risking bunions from wearing six inch heels all day every...Read More
Entering the Garde Républicaine’s training hall, with seats deployed by destinations’ from around the globe, it was clear that Franck Sorbier planned to take us on a sartorial journey. Opening the show in a delectable floor length gold crepe gown, adorned with intricate brocade patchwork, singer Kimbra whimsically enticed the pièce de résistance – a breathtaking...Read More
It is no coincidence that we see a lot of black clothes cocooning the women of Britain at this time of year. Short days, long dark nights, stormy weather; it’s all we can do to make it out of bed! A study commissioned by Toni&Guy shows that black is our go to colour when we...Read More
Welcome to the first day of Raspberry & Rouge blogger Rebecca’s style diary. Now no one likes Monday mornings, but when the sun is out and the air is crisp it is the perfect opportunity to opt for something a little more daring and fun for work. Semple loves Rebecca’s full skirt and cream polo...Read More
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