You may have seen me mention a few times about my desire to use my wardrobe more wisely, I’m trying, and sometimes failing to just invest in classic, timeless pieces this year. But the idea of wearing items in my wardrobe that I don’t often wear is how today’s post came about. I thought it would be fun to transform my Biba sequin maxi dress into three daywear looks, granted very sparkly daywear looks, but I really do think they are so doable. There’s something about a sequin maxi dress, we all have a least one don’t we in our
Hands up who is currently consumed by watching Wimbledon? I’m so guilty,I’m currently watching Del Potro winning, and I can generally say that I’ll be here in front of the TV for next week or so, with a side of strawberries and cream, a jug of Pimm’s, while cheering on my favourite Serena Williams, if the rain every lets her play. With that in mind, I thought I would dedicate this week’s Friday Favourites to inspiring Wimbledon Whites, so you can bring tennis off the court for a chic summery look. I have everything from a simple shift dress to a
I always seem to be drawn to the quirky and fun, especially when it comes to accessories, and Anya Hindmarch is killing it when it comes to injecting a little fun into fashion. For autumn/winter 2015, the British designer is embracing traffic, roadworks and road signs with her own unique humorous pun-packed collection. Think speed cameras, chevrons, highway code symbols, reflective surfaces, as well as a whole raft of service-station references from Little Chef to a cute Eddie Stobart lorry.
Every day we are bombarded with charitable causes to support, I’m up to three that I give monthly contributions to, but there’s one charity that seems to just understand how to get the masses involved and that’s Comic Relief and its Red Nose Day initiative. Whether it is buying that chocolate bar, a limited edition Lulu Guinness tote, or one of its iconic red noses, there is something for everyone to get involved in, plus your also getting something in return for helping people in need both at home in the UK and in Africa.
There’s something about a casual sunny Sunday with brunch plans with my husband that just calls for Converse. They just yell casual, comfortable and yet when they are covered in leather sequins you can also feel stylish.