Women’s Fashion

London Fashion Week: Day 2 Part 1

Day one was hectic, day two manic, we were rushed off our feet, but thankfully wore block heels, so no terrible foot aches for us. It was a star studded day with Little Boots, Nicola Roberts, Alexa Chung and Olivia Palermo being just a few of the celebs doing the very fashionable rounds (check out...

London Fashion Week: Day 1 Part 2

It was a very action packed day, and here’s our round up of the other top shows from day one of Fashion Week. Jena.Theo (pictured main image), this design duo are the latest fashion darling, having won the very prestigious Fashion Fringe at Covent Garden, we were eager to see their work for ourselves. Thankfully,...

London Fashion Week: Day 1 Part 1

It’s been a very busy day today, with a jam packed line up, we’ve been running around Londontown with barely a second to spare. Now, let’s get straight down to business. The season is Autumn/Winter, the year 2010-2011, so expect moody palettes and ostentatious knitwear. Fashion Week was opened by British Fashion Council chairman Harold...

Can’t resist: Pretty in petals

Florals, flowers, blooms, petals, call them what you will, we are addicted to the prettiest of the plant world. But whilst we may not be the most green fingered, we are able to spot a good floral dress or flower encrusted necklace when we see one. Left to right: Muizz printed dress, £119, Ted Baker....

We love… Shirimiri’s tie dye leggings

Tie dye leggings, £30, Shirimiri We just can’t give up our leggings, and these tie-dye ones are the perfect remedy to what-to-wear days. Pair with an oversized vest or shirt for a rock chick look. With sky-scraper heels these are fab, and really link in with whole 90s vibe that we’re so loving at the...

Can’t Resist: Barely There

If you want to know what shade you should be wearing this season, then it has to be nude. Neutral, off white, blush, peach, cream and pink… all these shades make up the nude palette. Chiffon Grecian dress, £65, Lipsy. Sleeveless ruffle dress, £40, Vero Moda. Rosalind prom dress, £35, Oasis. The Spring/Summer 2010 catwalks...

We love… Ted Baker’s Dantz silk dress

Dantz silk dress, £149.00, Ted Baker What’s better than a floral print? A butterfly print! We love this super girly silk dress. It’s the perfect buy-now-wear-all-season dresses. Come weddings, races, garden parties and barbecues this is our occassion dress for Spring/Summer 2010. Pair with towering wooden wedges and a clutch bag for a look that...

House of Fraser teams up with ELLE

ELLE magazine knows fashion, it is the style bible of every self respecting fashionista. Each month we wait eagerly by our letterbox, just waiting for the latest issue to drop through the door. This month, House of Fraser has teamed up with ELLE to bring you the top accessories for Spring/Summer 2010. In a beautiful...

We love… Carvela’s Kara wedge shoes

Kara sling back wedge shoe, £120, Carvela Yum, yum and double yum, these are the shoe of the season. Just picture the scene: A summery floral dress, lightly bronzed legs, and these gorgeous shoes. If that’s too much of a far off dream, then why not pair these fab wedges with opaque tights until the...

Daily Gossip: Burberry in 3-D, Donatella Versace gossips & Heels could give you headaches

Fashion in 3-D What’s more exciting than a fashion show? A 3D fashion show of course. Burberry is planning to stream the London Fashion Week show in… yes that’s right…3D. Fashion fans in Paris, LA, Tokyo and Dubai can watch the Autumn/Winter 2010 catwalk wearing 3D glasses. Is this the beginning of interactive fashion shows?...

Daily Gossip: Hair myths banished & London Fashion Week

For glossy locks… use shampoo How many times have you complained about your hair, for someone to throw an old wives tale back at you?! We’ve certainly lost count, and thankfully today Philip Kingsley has sorted fact from fiction. Here’s a brief summary; beer – does give good body and weight but is expensive and...

We Love… Hunter’s Wellington boot in purple

Original Wellington boot, £60, Hunter Whether you live in the countryside, city or are just a festival-goer, the Wellington boot is a solid investment. It’s particularly useful at the moment, what with the mad weather, one minute dry and sunny, the next snowy and icy. But, with Spring on its way we have fallen head...