Hi I’m Danielle and I’m a denim addict, there I’ve said it. I think I have pair of jeans in every shade of blue imaginable, so to feed my addiction I’ve started adding coloured jeans into my wardrobe to add something a little different, while still feeding my need for the pull-on-and-go denim. Over the year’s I’ve adding the classics like black and grey, as well as khaki and red, and I’ve tried and failed to find the perfect pink pair that don’t look too cheap, and then I discovered these berry coloured jeans in the Gap Outlet at the Ashford
You have probably seen that I went a little gaga for the Disney x Cath Kidston Mickey and Minnie collection, can you blame me, it was all so darn cute. Well, it pretty much sold out within days of launching, well, I’m happy to tell you that a lot of the pieces are back in stock, perfect timing just before Chrimbo. Last Christmas orders on Cath Kidston’s website is December 21 at 3.30pm – so if you want it for the big day as a present or just to dress up like Minnie Mouse on Christmas Day get your orders in
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
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Are you thinking can Disney collaborate with anyone else? Me neither!!! I’m loving the Disney fashion invasion at the moment, we’ve already had Coach x Mickey Mouse, Vans went all Jungle Book on us, and Primark seems to have every Disney character you could possibly want on a T-shirt. Well, the collaboration I’m most excited by has to be Disney x Cath Kidston, there’s something about the cutesy floral prints of the British brand and the playful, fun vibe of classic Disney characters that seems like a perfect match to me. There are going to be two collections as part of
When you see Maleficent you will leave the cinema thinking about Angelina Jolie’s amazing cheekbones, the sweetness of Elle Fanning as Aurora, and the incredible costumes designed by Anna B. Sheppard, who is known for her work on ‘Schindler’s List’ and ‘The Pianist,’ both of which earned her Oscar nominations. I got the chance to chat with Anna B. Sheppard about the costumes, working with Angelina, and the difficulties of designing for an action movie like Maleficent.