Being stuck in yet another lockdown, you might be trying to have a Spring Clean and clear out your wardrobe but then comes the question “what do I do with my unwanted clothes when the charity shops are closed”? First things first – do not just dump them outside of the shop as they are
Like a lot of people, I have been working away from my house since March 2020 and have found my home in layers, trackies, lounge wear and the occasional blanket. Recently, when packing away my summer clothes in December (it’s been on the to-do list for a while), I unearthed a whole bunch of clothes
Buried under a mountain of clothes you’re desperate to get rid of? Or do you have a shopping bag in the hallway that’s ready to be donated that you just don’t know what to do with? Haven’t got the time or patience to sell it online? Pop the kettle on, I think I can help!
Inspiration for outfits could not be easier with style on social media; there is so much style on social media it’s all at your fingertips! I feel social media gets a bad wrap a lot of the time; but if you are open-minded, look past all the curated unrealistic lifestyles that are produced only for
A wardrobe staple and the all-time classic, the maxi coat is a must. It has everything you are looking for in a perfect coat: it is classy, sophisticated, comfortable, very warm and it makes you look cool. Whether you choose to mix it into an outfit as a way to complement it or simply cover
So Autumn 2020 saw the start of our obsession with shackets, and boy have we grown to love them! The name comes from a cross between a shirt and a jacket – it’s lightweight, thicker than a shirt but lighter than a jacket and THE perfect piece for layering. They are a trend that is
Get in loser, we’re going shopping! But obviously it’s me so it’s not ya normal shopping trip, with big brands and fast fashion, I’m talking a slow second-hand shopping trip on apps like Shpock, Vinted, Depop and so on. Gone are the days of trawling through racks of fantastic secondhand clothes, actually touching and
In September 2020 I visited the V&A museum in London for the first time. One of the exhibitions was on fashion over time, exploring how fashion has changed alongside changing expectations, norms and gender roles. This got me thinking about the sociology of fashion and how clothing is framed in society.
We have all longed for that bag, pair of shoes, top, coat, jeans, car, sofa, hoover, coffee machine or slow cooker which is deemed expensive. Well, according to our bank accounts anyway. But when you read five star reviews of the product or if you deem it to be an item which you will use
Your style journey needs to have some style goals to help focus and to help you manage your stylish wardrobe. To be 100% clear this is NOT about New Year resolutions – however Lockdown 3 (if you are living in the UK, like me) presents the opportunity for time to think about what changes