Following on from my last post talking about the autumn trends I’m looking forward to wearing, I thought I’d start off with perhaps my favourite of the seven I mentioned: the chunky cable knit and midi skirt trend. Not only is it oh so wearable, but it doesn’t entice you into buying trend-led items which...Read More
There’s no denying that I love fashion and I love a good bargain. So when my friends suggested a pit stop at Bicester Village on the way home from our spa break, I was there in a heartbeat. Bicester Village is home to over 130 boutiques of famous designer brands, situated in the heart of Oxfordshire. The historic...Read More
I always describe myself as not a big ‘shoe person’. You get those who love their handbags, or spend their money on expensive shoes. Many will attest that a good pair of shoes is what makes a great outfit; and while I agree to a certain extent, I also wish that shoes weren’t always compulsory....Read More
Underwear as outerwear took the spotlight in 2016; epitomised by silk slip dresses, slinky camisoles and lace bralettes. Ruffles and sequins also rode high on the sartorial wave of 2016 as we ended the year on a luxe, high end feel. But with 2017 firmly underway, the fashion industry can expect some intriguing changes as we...Read More
It’s nearly time to pack away our favourite sun hats and the “oh, I only wore this once’” bikini to the back of our wardrobes. To wave goodbye to refillable Pimm’s jugs at our favourite summer haunts and say farewell to whiling away those long summer nights on spontaneous bike rides. All too soon we’ll...Read More
Despite the less than favourable press reviews of the latest blockbuster Suicide Squad, the all-star cast took the UK’s capital by storm at the premiere in Leicester Square this week. But the show stealers from the start of this project have always been Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie. Living up to their character’s reputations by...Read More
This year’s much anticipated Met Gala took place last night and celebrated the opening of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s ‘Manus x Machina exhibition’. Exploring the relationship between clothes created by hand versus the machine, fashions biggest names stepped out in other worldly creations featuring flurries of futuristic silvers and lustrous tones. Robotic metallic, mirrored detailing and...Read More
As sad as it may be there is no denying that autumn is on its way. In fact, if the weather this week is anything to go by you would be forgiven for thinking we bypassed fall and fell straight into winter! But there is a bright side to the change in season; along with the...Read More
The retro revival is in full swing for Tuesday’s style diary complete with fringing, suede and tassels. Anoushka has clearly been taking inspiration from Gucci, whose SS15 collection was full to the brim with toffee coloured suede, blue denim, swinging culottes retro prints and huge gold buttons. Layering her fringed jacket over a white tasselled...Read More
“I want to be the purveyor of a certain silhouette or a way of cutting, so that when I’m dead and gone people will know that the twenty-first century was started by Alexander McQueen.” Described by the man himself as the sort of place he’d like to be shut in overnight, it came as no...Read More
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