Choosing the right winter coat is a personal thing. You can buy into the reigning trend (this season it’s anything goes– yes, it is) or…Continue reading...
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. No, not Christmas. New York Fashion Week, silly! Every year the women of New York leave the past behind and look forward to the future… this is known as Fashion Week. Carrie Bradshaw But before we even begin to discuss our most favourite looks from the runway (and the front row) what would NYFW be without Ralph Lauren? As is tradition, Margaret
Who needs Chanel when you can have chenille? Okay, just a little exaggeration there. If anyone wants to give us a Chanel anything, we’ll take it. But let’s take a look at the oh-so-soft, so snuggly, so slouchy chenille jumper, shall we? It’s probably something Karl Lagerfeld would find hideous. It may verge on ‘loungewear’ and we all know how he feels about jogging pants. But oh my is it
Pantone who? We’re calling this season’s must-have colour and it’s this, we’ve coined it ‘copper coin’.🍂 Well actually French Connection did that. But trust us, copper is the must-have colour and don’t let anyone tell you different. It could well be called pumpkin or indeed burnt orange, but we prefer copper coin. For alliteration’s sake. If this particular shade doesn’t have you lusting for crunchy coloured leaves, cups of tea and
A little like our favourite beauty site, Into The Gloss, we’re spilling a few of our make-up bag secrets, starting with our favourite fragrances. Finding the right scent is a lot like finding the right pair of jeans. Most of the time, they’re just okay, but then you come across something that is really, well, just made for you. Our choice of fragrance is a bit like that, it’s a little
It’s funny how having visitors to stay can suddenly open your eyes to a place you have been taking for granted for far too long. Okay, so being a Glens girl might have something to do with my bias here, but in all seriousness, as much as this little postage stamp otherwise known as Northern Ireland can sometimes tear your hair out (sun, seriously, where are you? It’s June?!), we
We have a confession to make. As much as we talk about festival fashion and occasionally look a little like we’re going to one (albeit without the wellies, but some of us do live in band tees) we don’t actually do festivals. And certainly not Glastonbury which would appear to equal a mud bath. Maybe it’s the camping aspect? Is there a blow dry bar? A guarantee for good weather?