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Outfit of the day

Hey everyone!

It’s been a while since I’ve done an OOTD post, so here’s a very quick look for you.

With the sun continuing to shine and the days still warm, we’ve had the perfect Autumn sunshine this time around! 197 more words

A timeless dress reinvented

Some things are timeless, the wrap dress is one of them.
It has survived modernisation, trends, economic crises, revolutions. It is still one of the most flattering garments of all time, and it suits all shapes and curves. 49 more words


Not For The Squeamish

This dress caught my eye the other day in a French magazine

I like the unusual draping effect at the neckline and, as it’s in a knit fabric,  I am once again able to avoid my nemesis, the zip. 298 more words

Arts And Crafts

Fashion...turn to the left

I have loved fashion ever since I can remember.  Maybe it’s because I come from a long line of tailors and seamstresses (I learned to sew and embroider before I was 5) or maybe it’s because my mom and my aunts were so stylish that it rubbed off on me. 311 more words


New York Fashion Week highlights

The low-down on Spring Summer 2017 style spectrum

The rough-and-tumble of the US elections has clearly impacted the ongoing New York Fashion Week in two ways — designers like Prabal Gurung made a political statement with their offerings (he’s one of the many designers, who created a t-shirt for Hillary Clinton’s campaign) and names like Altuzarra sort of mitigated the elections brouhaha with sweet, candied offerings. 495 more words

refashioning clothes

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been busy with patterns and fabric and refashioning charity shop finds. I thought that it was time to expand my limited skills when it came to sewing knit fabrics and a larger size wrap dress in a charity shop was an excellent candidate for practising on. 178 more words

Everyday Stuff