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Ladies in Leather

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

There are many ways to wear a leather jacket, and many different styles to choose from. As we enter the winter months and the days get colder and shorter the leather jacket has never been more coveted than right now.

shakira_leather

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Beautifully Boho

Monday, 14 September 2015

This summer there is no better way to cool down in the sun than with a pair of bohemian trousers. The fun patterns add a splash snazz to any outfit yet can be dressed with a pair of heels (Amal Clooney below) for an elegant formal style, or with sandals and a relaxed bun as styled by us and Brie Larson at Coachella.

Amal_Clooney_trousers

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Get Waisted

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Festival season is here and we can think of nothing better to snazz up any outfit than a cute waistcoat. By taking inspiration from both the runways and our favourite celebs we can see that this year the waistcoat is an essential item for any girls’ summer wardrobe!

kendall_jenner_suede_waist_coat

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Playsuits; Pretty & Practical!

Tuesday, 05 May 2015

The first playsuit was invented in 1919 by the Florentine Thayat, and originally was thought of as part of the womens liberation movement, mainly targeting career women. The playsuit really took off in the 1960s when it first appeared on the catwalk with designers such as YSL in mostly block colours, particularly black and white shown below.

ysl_playsuit_jumpsuit_vintage

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Mad about Mohair

Monday, 23 March 2015

Mohair is a luxurious fabric made from Angora Goat wool nicknamed the ‘diamond fiber’
which took off in the 1960s. Popular because of its versatility since its lovely and warm in
winter as it has excellent insulating properties, while remaining cool in summer due to its
moisture wicking properties. Its also very lightweight and originally was most popular in a
mens suit design, but was then adapted into all kinds of jumpers and cardigans for women.

natalie_woods_mohair

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