There is never a wrong time for a polka dot – Marc Jacobs
It’s no secret that as much as I love a good trend I’m more of a classic/intemporal fashion kind of person. When it comes to swimwear it’s the same and I like my swimwear to be simple, well fitted, flattering and most importantly to stay in place to avoid unwanted flashing!
Okay, ladies, let’s talk lingerie. You probably have some amazingly comfortable bras in the basket in your closet, but how many of those bras actually fit you? A good portion of you out there are currently wearing a bra that doesn’t fit your body shape, breast shape or back size properly, and you won’t be too aware of that because you’re so used to just going up or down a size as they feel comfortable.
The high street is an easy place to find and buy clothes from. However, there are some great alternatives to popular clothes and fashion. Depending on which brand you buy, and where you buy it from, the quality and price can vary so much. While the high street is very convenient, there are many options and it’s easy to buy children’s clothes there, buying clothes from popular clothing stores does have some downsides. The clothes can be quite low quality, and are often made abroad and transported to your local stores. But what alternatives are there from the high street? There are many! Read on to find out what alternatives to the high street you can take advantage of, and how they can be beneficial to you, your family, your local economy, and the planet as a whole.
Florals? For spring? Well of course. Floral dresses are a closet favorite as they are ultra-feminine and can be worn in many different ways and for an array of occasions. Whether you’re looking to wear small dainty daisies or enormous blooming perennials on your frock, floral dresses are sure to to get you in the mood for spring!
When it comes to season changes, it is always important to make sure that you are keeping up to date with the wardrobe changes too. These can be surprisingly hard to keep[ on top of, but it is necessary to do so if you want to make the most of it, and to keep your style looking its best no matter the time of year. When it hits winter, it can be especially difficult to know whether or not you are fully prepared for the colder months. However as long as you are paying particular attention to a couple of especially important factors and items, you should find that you can keep your wardrobe just right for even the harshest winters. Let’s look at some of the best options for doing just that.
If you’re about to hotfoot out of the country and embark on your latest vacation, you might be wondering what to pack. It doesn’t matter whether you’re heading to sunnier climes or whether you’re venturing into a country in the midst of a monsoon season, you need to try and pack for every eventuality. This is easier said than done. You don’t want to be the woman who envisaged nothing but trekking through a jungle for a fortnight only to find yourself in a swanky restaurant wearing your hiking boots and some waterproofs. Packing is an art form; here’s how to master it.
The clothes we wear have a big impact on our mood. Some of us force ourselves to wear clothing that is uncomfortable due to it being trendy. We may even wear clothing that makes us feel insecure in the belief that we look more stylish. I’m definitely not an apologist of that and instead I’m a great believer that you should always feel comfortable in your own clothes. Here are some tips for boosting confidence with your clothing, rather than encouraging stress.
As the dark mornings creep closer and the temptation to hibernate underneath the duvet grows increasingly strong, the harsh reality is that we still have to go out and face the great outdoors. Even so, giving your wardrobe a seasonal reshuffle is just one of the ways you can get an extra spring in your step. From colourful accessories to cosy coats, you’ll be a step ahead of the fashion pack with these top tips for cold-weather style updates.
Christmas is around the corner (I know I keep saying it but it’s true – panic!) and I’m still struggling to find the perfect gift for both my mother and mother in law. They sure are hard women to buy for and I certainly don’t want to give them something that will be pushed to the back of the cupboard and forgotten about.