When I think about a button down shirt, I automatically think about office wear or formal wear . And we agree that the button down can be very handy if you need to be looking professional at work, say for an interview or big meeting. It is crisp, fresh and looks amazing teamed with other formal wear such as a pencil skirt and heels. This being said, the humble button down shirt, isn’t going to win any awards for its style and originality, any time soon.
How cool was 70s fashion? Definitely one of my favourite decades and some of the trends still live on today. It bought us sequins, glitter, flares, bell bottoms to name a few. The 70s also produced a serious amount of dresses that are still so prevalent in today’s market. To pay homage to the peace and love era here are 4 key dress styles that ruled the fashion world back then and still do up to present day,
Autumn is almost here and that means somethings are a given: you’ll never want to leave the house at weekend so you can stuff your face with comfort food, you’ll start planning your next Halloween outfit, and check prints will become a large part of your Autumn/Winter wardrobe. How do I style the trend I hear you ask? Well we have done our research and put together some handy styling tips on how to wear checks…
We’ve got good news, people: it’s still acceptable for us to wear clashing prints and will be for the foreseeable future. For AW18, sexy co-ords are going to the next big thing, whether that be in a solid, vibrant colour or an eye catching patterned print, they’re a beautiful mix of chic and comfort. If this matchy matchy look sounds like a bit of you then make sure you keep reading for some help on how to style the trend.
Few thing from your wardrobe make you as snug throughout the winter period as your trusty puffer jacket. The puffer jacket has been taken to another level. The puffer jacket is an integral part of your outerwear collection as it is the perfect jacket to keep you protected from the harsh elements. That being said, it can also make you look the marshmallow man from ghostbusters if you don’t wear it right.
Autumn is officially here! The sun has packed it’s bags and waved us goodbye until next Summer. I, for one, am ready for the change. There’s nothing like a good wardrobe clearout. I have seen countless blogs and articles spilling the information on what trends are going to be huge this season. But it seems a guide to what denim to wear is nowhere to be seen. So, what is Autumn’s angle when it comes to denim this season? Don’t worry too much, your skinny jeans can always be there to fall back on but try to experiment with some of the very best new cuts on the high street. Check the new trends out below…
This might seem like a risky move but I saw a fashionista, do it on my Instagram feed with a white sports bra (or it could have been a very short crop top) and high-waist linen skirt, and I fell in love with the look immediately. I appreciate not every office dress code would allow this sort of outfit, but there are plenty of other times when you could wear it, including a hot day date, going for drinks on a sunny rooftop (please be sunny in the UK again this summer), or just hanging out with friends.
The sunshine is finally here. I know…we can’t believe it either. This rare sighting of sunlight is been the talk of the town recently. This is a welcomed sight, as you will know all to well, the British isles don’t often see much sunshine. How exciting is the thought of basking in the sunshine that sometimes isn’t the case. We have normal lives to lead including work, school runs and commutes so it’s a bit different than being on holiday. Here are some brilliant fashion tips on how dress for a mini heatwave in the UK.
If you read an old blog of mine, emerald green is fast becoming one of the most popular colours in the fashion world. The catwalks were jam packed with emerald green with some of the biggest designers in the world showcasing some of their collection in the hue. It can be called Kelly green, jade green and it comes under a lot of other guises. It is more vibrant than it’s forest green counterpart, and not as bright as highlighter neon green that is doing so well at the moment. It’s kind of in the middle and looks fantastic with different shades of green such as sage or mint green.
There are some amazing trends that have cropped up in the fashion world of late. Fashion seems to be making trends last longer instead of trends lasting only a couple of weeks. The variety of colours, shapes and outfit combos in the fashion world is better than ever, and this keeps expanding. We have a reached a point where you can wear pretty much anything and it will be accepted by even the most hardcore fashionista. Vinyl fabrics and see through shearing clothing has been taking the runway by storm. Fashion has gotten brave. The fact you can express yourself with your clothing and you won’t be looked down upon means its a great time to be alive. The new laid back approach to fashion has meant designers has been give carte blanche to create whatever collections they want with zero restrictions.