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 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.