At every other time of the year, I’m never really fussed. I can’t say they’re my biggest consideration when it comes to my wardrobe, but as soon as the seasons change and winter is on its way, all I can think about is boots. And finding the perfect pair(s). I do agree that shoes can...Read More
As we get older, I’ve noticed more and more that when it comes to fashion, we’re looking for comfort as well as style. Long gone are the days of being uncomfortable to look stylish. Thinking that to be in pain would all be worth it if you looked fashionable. Now I’m thinking, but will I...Read More
When it comes to the colder months, it seems we take more sartorial decisions into consideration for fear of being too cold or rained upon. Not only must we consider what coat or jacket we are going to take as we peruse the weather forecast, or whether or not to take a warm wool scarf,...Read More
While they continue to grow in popularity today, the history behind the humble Espadrille is one that dates back more than 700 years to 1322 when they were considered prime peasant footwear. A French term, the Espadrille still retains much of its old and more traditional characteristics, despite the change in methods and material used....Read More
During the colder, darker, and generally wetter months of winter, we are often resigned to the fact that a pair of boots offer the most practical option when it comes to footwear. More than this, to help battle against the elements of the wind, rain, subsequent mud and occasional scattering of snow, leather is more...Read More
In a recent post I started talking about some of the trends we can expect to be seeing for the A/W season ahead. With the nights drawing in, the days growing colder and the leaves already starting to fall, it feels as though autumn is well and truly here to...Read More
Blair Waldorf once said “Fashion is the most powerful art there is” and she was just as right then as she is now. Fast forward some ten years and today, a whole decade on, we still find Waldorf’s words ringing true. From plaid and pussy bows to sequins and lace the Upper East Siders took...Read More
In a world consumed by materialism and social-media fuelled purchases, we are a proud nation of shopaholics. From the high street to charity shops and the luxury high end market, billions of pounds are spent every year in our favourite stores. And yet, I’m sure that many of us still protest – I have...Read More
When it comes to footwear, I truly believe they can make or break an outfit. While I would confess I’m not a huge shoe gal, I do fully appreciate their sartorial importance when it comes to putting together and completing an outfit – whether that’s for work, meetings, shopping or date night. While some may...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
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