One thing that has been helping me over the past 8 weeks while living out of a suitcase is good quality basics. I wrote a blog post early September and I covered my tips for living out of a suitcase and I have been trying to live by my own advice since.
Like any fashion “rule”, the races have evolved and it is becoming more and more acceptable to wear fashion trends, while keeping a few race day rules in mind.
Much like the wardrobe in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, the depths of my wardrobe used to be a deep, dangerous dark area that I didn’t even try to access. There may have also been a witch in there. I’m not sure. All I know is, it’s where past seasons clothing went to … Continue reading “8 Invaluable Tips To Clean Out, Organise and Reset Your Style”
I am really excited that logo t-shirts have been officially been revived. CK, Tommy Hilfiger and high-street logo-centric labels have had a huge resurgence over the last couple of months. Even Gucci jumped on the bandwagon by showing logo tees in its recent resort collection.
There’s nothing better than a casual look that still oozes sophistication and ease.
How many dressy outfits do I keep out. Will I need 5 different coloured coats? Will there be a legitimate need of every single one of my pairs of white sneakers? et cetera, et cetera. Here’s what I have learned in the past fortnight.
When I was writing the title for this blog post, I couldn’t help but think back to when wearing jeans to the work place, or anywhere other than somewhere casual on the weekend would have been a huge faux pas. That’s exactly what I love about fashion – trends change and things become much more … Continue reading “How To Wear Your Jeans To Work”
Sometimes the hardest part of putting an outfit together isn’t the outfit itself – it’s the accessories.
As winter is winding down, all I can think about is light fabrics, lace, denim cuff offs and that warm, spring sun.
Accessories make even the most basic outfit spectacular. They make you appear polished, elegant and put together. Here are my three I can’t live without this season.
I find the cycle of fashion so interesting – I love the idea of items being reborn, re-imagined and re-worn decades later. I was born in the 90s, so I haven’t seen my share of trends reemerging. Ask me again in another 10-20 year.
Investing in pieces isn’t a one size fits all scenario. One person’s budget may not work for for you and vice versa and also one woman’s perfect leather jacket may be another disaster piece. Today I am simplifying your wardrobe.