We all love a bit of fun in the sun, whether it’s warm summer temperatures at home or scorching climates abroad. But with these increased temperatures and tricky climates comes the problem (and challenge!) of staying fashionable in the heat. There’s no need to worry though, as we’ve put together some stylish tips and tricks that will have you looking and feeling cool in hot climates and summer months!
Dresses, dresses, dresses!
Maxi dresses and hot summer weather are a match made in heaven, as they are fashionable, lightweight, and airy. Materials like cotton, light linen, or other natural fibres or light linen are perfect when you want to stay comfortable without compromising on style. These fabrics allow air to circulate and they act like a built-in air conditioner for your body. Oh, and let’s not forget that maxi dresses also look amazing!
If you’re looking for something playful and summery, then make sure to check out Patchouli Fair. Their tea dresses and maxi dresses are made of cotton and some of the floral patterns are adorned with sequins and beadwork, which provide a very feminine finish. Also ideal for lovers of vintage vibes!
We all know that summer and warmer climates are great for injecting a splash of colour into your life, but they can also help cool you down. Light colours and pastels are great for hot days, as they look chic and light. If you’re off to the beach or notice yourself getting a little bit of a tan (yay!), then white is also a gorgeous colour to go for. Not only is it elegant and classy, but these lighter colours help reflect the sun and keep you cool, which means you’ll be looking good without breaking a sweat.
Imagine wearing leather boots when it’s 35 degrees outside…No thanks. When it’s hot and stuffy, especially in tropical climates, it’s all about making sure you get enough ventilation. So, leave your trainers at home and get some fabulous sandals. Not only are they subtle, cute, and multi-purpose, but they keep your feet nice and cool. Plus, they look great with maxi dresses, shorts, or even light summer trousers. These gorgeous summer sandals, with a fun and playful floral pattern, are perfect for a day out at the beach or a casual evening in. Say goodbye to sweaty feet – these sandals are lightweight, fashionable, and ideal for adding variation to you outfits. And they hardly take up any space in a suitcase. Perfect for a holiday, if you ask me.
Sunglasses are lifesavers when it comes to hot climates that receive plenty of sun Not only do they protect your eyes from the sun, but they also tie a look together. For instance, try combining a white top and comfortable Robell trousers with a cute pair of Powder sunglasses. A simple, but playful and elegant statement full of subtle details. Sunglasses even serve a purpose when you’re inside, as you can use them to keep your hair out of your face (and out of mind).
If you know you are going to be in direct sunlight for most of the day, then consider investing in a wide-brimmed hat. They are lightweight, breathable and great for keeping the sun off your face and shoulders. Perfect to dress up your outfits in summer and always guaranteed to keep you looking and feeling cooler in the hot weather. Plus, they just add that classy factor when combined with a fancy evening dress or a summer skirt!
We have recently added a lot of new Yavi products to our collection, so we thought it only made sense that we take a closer look at this exciting new brand and all the innovative new things they are doing in the fashion world.
From their luxurious and generous use of vibrant colours to their avant-garde, almost impressionistic design philosophy, Yavi brings to the table what hardly any other brand dares to do. Their bold claim of providing ‘mindful designs for a conscious consumer’ permeate through to every fabric used in their traditional and by no means industrialised manufacturing process.
Bridging the past with the future
Using traditional, indigenous textile making techniques they seek to emulate the forgotten world of the past, one so easily (and unfortunately) swept aside by the relentless pace of our modern world. Interestingly, this enigmatic and seemingly forgotten manufacturing style is paired with a modernist and bold vision of what fashion and design can represent in the modern world, a technique that anchors this brand firmly in the 21st century.
Based in New Dehli, Yavi finds itself in the heart of one of the richest cultures on the planet, benefitting from its unique position as an iconic crossroads between the East and the West. As such, they have managed to encapsulate that effervescent and almost spiritual feeling of the rich and ancient traditions that have been enshrined within Indian culture.
Their decision to use materials like silk and velvet further heightens the quality and luxurious nature of these clothes. Each individual piece has such a unique character that it almost feels as if it was made specifically for you. It’s timeless and yet, somehow, provides a unique impression of bygone era in fashion history that seemed simpler, almost organic.
More than just a brand
But Yavi is far more than just an up and coming fashion brand. In fact, they have recently also expressed their interest in diversifying their designs and products to include other textiles and furniture. This cements their position even further as an innovative lifestyle brand that seeks to be so much more than just yesterday’s trend or the latest fad. If anything, it shows the commitment this team of eloquent innovators have to producing unique and tailor-made lifestyle goods for a modern world yearning for an emotional connection to the past.
Yavi is bringing personality back to the world of fashion and doing it in a way that is both unobtrusive and bold. The very name of the brand originates from the Sanskrit word meaning ‘conjoining of the earth with the heavens,’ a creed which trickles through to every work of art that they create. These delicate and tantalizingly intricate designs have an almost sacred quality to them and will quickly become the centrepiece of anyone’s wardrobe.
Yavi isn’t just pushing boundaries. They are redefining them.
Summer is upon us, and with it, a slew of high-society events that demand our utmost attention. There’s nothing like finding that perfect outfit, but it can be tricky, as each event has written and unwritten rules on what to wear and what not to wear. But, there’s no need to panic, as there’s plenty of time and more than enough styles and designer brands to go around! Whether it’s Royal Ascot, Henley Regatta, Goodwood, Glyndebourne, or Wimbledon, we’ve got you covered with this list of essential guidelines and tips that will ensure you look the part.
Racing off at Royal Ascot
Royal Ascot has recently updated its dress code, so it’s important to be aware of any changes if you’ve been to this event in recent years. Ascot chief executive Charles Barnett stated that Royal Ascot wants to promote ‘modern and stylish dress,’ as long as it is ‘within the parameters of formal wear.’ So, what are these parameters, then?
Well, ladies are required to wear skirts that fall beneath the knee or lower and a hat or a ‘headpiece which has a base of 4 inches or more in diameter’ (their words, not mine). Strappy or off-the-shoulder tops and dresses are a no-no but you can wear sleeveless. It’s best to start with a dress you like, and then pick a hat, jacket (depending on the weather) and shoes to match. We don’t think you can go wrong with our Eucalyptus dresses, which range from sumptuously summery Rose colours, to navy floral designs, all equally stylish and unequivocally classy. From there, it’s just a matter of finding the perfect jacket or coat and you’re ready to go!
Centre Court at Wimbledon
Wimbledon is a tricky one, but we welcome the challenge, don’t we ladies? You’ll need something trendy and sleek, but also comfortable. As a general rule of thumb, it’s probably best not to go too short or tight – think billowing, stylish, and classy. Plus, you want to make sure you’re feeling comfortable, as you’ll no doubt be sitting down for quite a large part of the day.
If the weather’s good (fingers crossed!), then you’ll need some trendy sunglasses to protect you from the sun. As stylish as they may be, it’s a tad frowned upon to wear big hats to Wimbledon, as it can obscure the view for the person sitting behind you. These stylish Powder Sunglasses come in a variety of styles and will keep your eyes protected from the sun.
Looking Good at Goodwood
At Goodwood, like with many of these events, the dress code varies depending on which enclosure you’ve chosen. Make sure you’re aware of the differences before you start composing your outfit!
Unlike Wimbledon, hats are more than welcome and will give your outfit that extra sparkle. Plus, they are great in combination with retro dresses, which provides that incredibly sought-after vintage look. The Eucalyptus Lily May dress is perfect for this, as the red and white floral patterns can be effortlessly combined with a light cardigan and a stylish hat. Retuned also have a great selection of classy summery dresses which would be perfect for Goodwood. Make sure to check out the Retuned Emily Red Floral Dress, which is both subtle and intricate at the same time.
P.S. The organisers explicitly mention on the website that they don’t advise stiletto heels, as the terrain can be a bit up and down, so make sure to keep this in mind when you’re putting your outfit together!
Time to shine at Glyndebourne
If you’re going to Glyndebourne and you love full evening dress, then you’re in luck! If I had to pick one brand that stuck out from the rest for this occasion it would be Out of Xile, as they pretty much have everything you need to look as classy as is womanly possible! They’ve got a simply beautiful collection of bubble skirts and gorgeous Bell Dresses from their Ribbon Stripe Collection, which all come paired with their own elegant and unique design elements.
If you’re looking for a coat to combine this with, check out this gorgeous Out of Xile Linen Coat – the perfect addition to any classy outfit. It features intricate floral details on the collar and the back, providing just a little more intrigue, without compromising on the subtle nature that is so characteristic of the Out of Xile look.
Going Traditional at Henley Regatta
When it comes to the dress codes, we’ve saved the strictest for last. Henly Regatta is known for its strict guidelines so it’s important to get it right.
The dress code is meant to emulate that of a traditional English Garden Party, so think traditional clothes with a real vintage look. Trousers are a big no-no, so it’s time to get out your traditional Edwardian-styled dresses. For coats think of something along the lines of the Out of Xile Crinkle Collection Coat, a luxuriously ornate design with knotted details on the front and back, resembling rose buds. Perfect for the summer season!
Colmers Hill Fashion are here to help!
At Colmers Hill, we don’t do mediocre service. We guarantee one on one style advice and can help you prepare for any events, whether it’s the British High Society events or not. In short, we help you compose flattering outfits that truly mirror your unique personality. So, please don’t be shy, as you can always contact us for any style advice or questions about our clothes.
Fashion Boutiques seem to be popping up everywhere these days. This is partly because women all over the world are choosing to shop at small Fashion Boutiques instead of their larger, more generic high-street cousins. And most fashion boutiques wouldn’t have it any other way! In fact, most of them don’t even aspire to cater to a large, mainstream audience, as it would take all the fun and excitement out of boutique fashion.
Boutique Fashion is all about discovering hidden styles, reinventing lost trends, and creating timeless collections. To illustrate just how unique this experience is, we’ve put together a list of the top 12 advantages of shopping at fashion boutiques. Enjoy!
1) You get the attention you deserve
From the in-depth personal attention in store, to the detailed and always useful blogs online, Fashion Boutiques are all about providing the best service and putting you at the middle of it all. Whether it’s second opinions or wardrobe suggestions, these are experts who have real experience and a passion for the brands they stock. At Colmers Hill, we build up relationships with our regular customers. This helps us to shape our buying of future collections using the knowledge of what you favour or would like to see. This kind of responsive personal service is something the high street shops can never replicate.
When you come to our boutique you will also benefit from a personal stylist as the team at Colmers Hill have a keen eye for what suits different shapes and sizes and what’s in store that will work well together. Regular customers also know they can trust in our honest opinions, again sadly not always a given.
2) Interesting Brands
How often do you bump into a traditional, hand-crafted Indian clothing store when walking down a typical English shopping street? We know, not nearly enough times! With small Fashion Boutiques, however, you are guaranteed to find eye-catching and out-there brands.
Take Yavi, for example, a brand that we’ve recently added to our own collection. Using
ancient Indian hand-painting techniques and luxurious materials, like velvet and silk, they have created a stylish collection of traditional clothing, with a modern, oriental twist. These are real works of art and have a unique and inspiring story that really shines through the entire design process, adding a whole other layer of personality to your clothes!
See a beautiful video showing a Yavi craftsperson demonstrating the traditional printing process of fabric.
3) Brands that don’t define you, but compliment you
In my opinion, one of the biggest advantages of boutique fashion brands is that their clothes allow you to really express who you are. How can you show your individual personality by wearing something plain or on every high street? Or something your neighbour might also wear? And who wants to turn up to a wedding wearing something someone else is wearing? Where’s the fun in that?!
4) Sustainable & Environmentally Friendly
It’s no secret that high-street shops manage to keep their prices down by lowering
manufacturing costs, exporting work overseas and using cheaper, non-renewable materials. Boutique Fashion shops often take a different approach, however, turning the emphasis from quantity to quality.
Many boutique brands are environmental pioneers and use techniques and materials that aren’t harmful to the environment. Owen Barry Bags, for example, only use locally sourced trimmings and other environmentally friendly materials, along with their carefully selected British and European skins, showing that you can be environmentally friendly and trendy.
5) Made in England
Boutiques are often champions of UK plc and search out the growing number of labels that are not only designed in the UK but also manufactured here. We are great believers in this and have selected labels like Out of Xile, One Life, Retuned for this very reason.
6) Good Fits = Good Self-Esteem
We often get a lot of women desperate to find solutions to recurring fitting issues. “My legs are too short for mainstream jeans,” is one we get a lot. Sadly, more than 43% of women admit that they would skip going to the beach or the pool because of body insecurities or wardrobe doubts. Well, with small Fashion Boutiques you can rest assured that you get a unique fit that allows you to accentuate your figure and not hide it. And, by the way, while we’re on the subject of trousers, we simply must highlight Robell and That’s Me trousers. These ultra-durable, high-quality trousers offer an almost tailor-made look that is accentuated by their innovative use of materials. This makes for an incredible flattering and naturally thinning design, giving you the confidence to wear what you want, when you want.
7) Perfect for vintage, retro, or unusual styles
If you’re looking for niche styles, then Fashion Boutiques are perfect for you! We even had our own retro-themed photoshoot to show off Dorset’s Retro Revolution last year, which was a lot of fun and really showcased how versatile these clothes can be. Looking for a 1940s flowery shirtwaist dress? Step right this way! With exciting British brands like Retuned Style and Collectif consistently paying tribute to their vintage design roots, you can rest assured that there will always be a boutique shops with that ultra-feminine, highly-stylized, retro look that you’re after.
As we mentioned before, quality materials and high standards often leads to exceptional
craftsmanship and beautiful finishes. This leads to timeless products that you can rely on for far longer than just a season. A great example of this is Godske, a now multinational Danish brand that never forgot its countryside roots and unbeatable quality promise. Their strict adherence to their own strict manufacturing guidelines really proves that quality is one of those things that smaller Fashion Boutiques and Boutique Brands simply never compromise on. Other favourites include Myrine and Elsewhere.
Myrine Acacia Floral Dress
Myrine Anis Tunic
9) Unique Clothes
We went into this a little before, but it’s definitely worth expanding on. A recent survey showed that UK shoppers own over £10 billion of clothes they’ll never wear, something probably underlined by the frustration that many people feel over bad purchases. The main reason, however, is that we buy things that aren’t unique, don’t inspire us, and don’t push us to invent a unique wardrobe that really represents who we are. Although Fashion Boutiques don’t provide all the answers to these problems, they’re certainly a step in the right direction.
10) Supporting Local & Small Businesses
Nowadays, shopping local and supporting small businesses can be an incredible rewarding experience. Not only do they have more time and energy to make sure you’re taken care of, but it helps you to keep small businesses afloat, who often reinvest a large portion of their revenue into other local services and businesses. This means you can help your community flourish and pay tribute to local styles!
11) Discover New Styles & Brands
There’s nothing more exciting than finding a new brand that really works for you. Trust us, there’s plenty of gems out there. You just need to know where to look! Like a well-kept
secret, boutique shops often do a lot of the preliminary scouting for you, sourcing products and brands from all corners of the world and all walks of life.
12) From Follower to Trend-Setter
The beautiful thing about fashion is that everyone can be a trendsetter. Whether it’s fabulous dresses or cute little accessories, with small boutique shops you can be the talk of the town, wearing trendy clothing before they hit the catwalk!
Summer is tantalisingly on the horizon! But not all of us are rejoicing. Many women I know and work with are experiencing bathing suit anxiety. We feel incredibly self-conscious about our bodies regardless of our size or shape.
A recent survey found, 43% of women missed out on going to the pool or beach because they didn’t like their appearance! That’s right 4 out of 10 of us are skipping summer fun, denying ourselves pleasure because of Bad Body Image.
And that was me too on a recent holiday … only running to the swimming pool cloaked in a towel when I was sure no-one else was around!!
If you have body image issues, the chances are, you’ll cower behind a big sunhat and entertain negative thoughts. Here’s the secret to feeling great this summer: Stop focusing on changing your body and start focusing on changing your body image.
Forget high-street shops
There’s nothing wrong with chain stores, but they won’t feed your soul. The clothing that will raise your self-esteem, if you have issues with your body, is likely to come from boutiques, vintage clothing stores, or off-the-wall shops, the type where you can find unusual, interesting outfits that grab your attention. These sorts of shops tend to know their stuff and will help you find styles that will flatter you and help you feel less self-conscious. Your first instinct is to hide when the summer approaches, but you will change your mind if you dress in ways that reflect your attractive nature.
Uncover who you are
Many people emotionally freeze, regardless of the heat, when the summer arrives. They don’t like the thought of stripping off to reveal a swimsuit or wearing shorts and a tight tee shirt. Telling them to throw caution to the wind and let it all hang out won’t work; they will still feel uncomfortable. However, if this sounds like you, you don’t have to face your fear because you can meet your joy instead.
The real you is attractive and fun-loving, you don’t want to hide or worry about being judged about not resembling the physical ideal when dressed in traditional summer garb. There are plenty of ways to dress that will flatter you and suit your inner nature. Think, ethnic chic, and hand dyed cotton fabrics, or geometric shapes, diagonal lines and sharp outlines. Whatever you prefer, you can find clothing and accessories that help you shine from the inside out, revealing your true personality.
Mix and match
Shopping is fun, but you may not need to splash out on new clothes if you are creative with those you already own. People often have wonderful outfits in their wardrobes, which they’ve never put together. The clothes you usually wear in the summer might help you feel more attractive if you match them differently. Try clothes on that you haven’t worn together before. Also, wear them differently. Layer thin clothes, and wear items that drape, cross over, or can be hitched up to reveal layers underneath. Add a hat, scarf, sunglasses and a bag, and carefully select necklaces to add a creative touch.
Don’t fear summer fashion; claim it, design it, and wear it stylishly with confidence. Most importantly, don’t focus on your flaws, highlight your personality with your clothing and you will shine.
As a woman, does the onset of winter send shivers up you not just because of the cold but because it makes you feel unsure style-wise? During the summer, it’s never too hard to find a pretty floral top and cropped trousers in your wardrobe as you head out for a movie with your friends. With temperatures suddenly falling, winter demands very warm clothes, but in the rush of keeping yourself warm, you will start running low on fashionable looking outfits.
However, this should not make you resigned to wearing unstylish clothes just for the sake of keeping warm. Winter demands creativity as far as dressing up is concerned. You will need to stay warm and at the same time look stylish. Here are some great winter fashion tips from Colmers Hill Fashion.
Choose your fabrics for warmth
Wearing clothes that will keep you warm and toasty depends on what fabrics and knitwear you choose. If you’re looking for a jumper, ones that have cashmere, mohair or lambs wool will obviously keep you warmer. But they don’t have to cost a fortune! Colmers Hill has large range of cashmere/wool mix jumpers from Luella which cost from £59 in a variety of colours and styles.
Belt up your coat
A warm coat is a must-have in your wardrobe. Imagine how boring it can get wearing the same coat day in day out just because it is warm. Great fashion lies in variety and getting several stylish coats to get you through the winter will be a great idea. Consider belting some of your coats because you can achieve a whole new look. You can also play around with the colors; just because it is a cold and grey winter doesn’t mean your clothes don’t have to look the same. See Colmers Hill Fashion’s Coats.
Embrace the idea of layering
It’s no lie that winter can really get cold and often times that fancy coat and scarf won’t cut it. When the cold outside is really biting hard, piling up layers could be your way out. For instance, a long-sleeved blouse under a sweater and a coat will keep your body warm. You can also rock a pair of tights under a pair of jeans or a long pair of socks,forming a layer that will keep your legs warm as you go about your daily activities. Layering is normally popular when winter kicks in, since it’s a very effective way to provide your body with some much-needed warmth. Just make sure that you do your layering in style to avoid looking obviously overdressed.
A Winter Hat For Elegance
A touch of style on your head with a great-looking hat will work in your favour this winter. With that elegant coat and those lovely boots that you are so proud of, all you need to be set to go is a hat. Look for one that captures attention from afar and makes a bold fashion statement. Check out Colmers Hill Fashion selection of hats.
Let the boots do the talking
Without a great pair of boots, you are not ready for winter. Boots and the winter season are like bread and butter. They work together perfectly. Look for lovely looking pairs of trousers to wear with your boots for that stylish winter look.
Finish Up With A Scarf
Scarvesadd a brilliant and great finishing touch to most winter outfits. Get creative with the way you wear your scarf. Creativity will definitely ensure you look classy and stylish during the winter. Colmers Hill Fashion Scarves.
It’s pretty evident that you can look classy and stunning during the winter and at the same time keep warm. Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you have to give up on fashion and style. All those tips given above will absolutely help you look elegant and rest assured you will look stunning.
You could have knocked us over with a feather when the phone call came in saying that www.colmershill.com had won Best UK Online Boutique category of The Boutique Awards, hosted by The Boutique Hub. Surprised, shocked, proud, happy – yes, all of those.
The team (especially Penny because she does most of the work) hasn’t stopped smiling ever since. When Penny set up the business two years ago, she only had £5,000 to invest. All the money went on stock and she had to do everything herself – even really horrible things like SEO. She built the current website and worked hard to find low cost ways to get Colmers Hill on the map.
What makes this a special achievement is also the economic climate. Apparently, according to the experts, we’re in the midst of a ‘Retail Apocalypse’, which sounds really nasty. And it is, if you’re a big high street brand. On the up-side, it’s the small businesses like ours which are bucking the trend. You – our lovely customers are making this happen by buying local and choosing independent boutiques. Thank you so much! Please can you carry on?
You can be reassured that this fame hasn’t gone to our heads. We almost forgot to write a blog about it because we’ve been unpacking, pricing and uploading gorgeous new Autumn stock from our faves Myrine, Luella and Out of Xile but also new labels Cotton Brothers, Soaked in Luxury and Ralston.
If you haven’t shopped online with us before, you’ll find the same friendly personal service and attention to detail that you’d get if you were shopping with us in person.
Next up, our Autumn round-up of what’s hot this month!
Colmers Hill Fashion www.colmershill.comis proud to announce that they are finalists in the 2017 UK Boutique Awards. The business, based in Symondsbury Manor Yard near Bridport, Dorset has been nominated in two categories: BEST UK BOUTIQUE and BEST ONLINE BOUTIQUE.
The boutique is one of five finalists in each category, selected from over 4,000 nominations internationally. The winner will be the business which achieves the greatest number of votes. So far, the Boutique Awards have received over 157,000 votes internationally.
“We are thrilled to be finalists and so grateful for our customers’ support,” says owner Penny Callaghan. I’d like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has voted for us so far,”
It would be another feather in Dorset’s “golden cap” to win this award, especially as we’re up against some very well-established national names!”
This is the first year of the UK Boutique Awards. Colmers Hill is up against businesses including boutiques based in Brighton, St Albans and Berkhamsted.
Colmers Hill set up at Symondsbury Manor Yard two years ago in August 2015. The shop and website www.colmershill.comspecialises in introducing quality fashion brands from the UK and Europe to their customers. The ranges are chosen for their unique and individual style, from casual to smart-casual wear. Customers like it for its relaxed, homely atmosphere and honest advice if wanted.
This blog is all about how to create the perfect wardrobe. How you choose clothes that are useful and also inspire you. How to experiment with fashion and be more individual in your fashion style. How to avoid overdoing it, without playing it too safe?
Designer Michael Kors said: “70% of the clothes you own should be meat and potatoes. 30% should be icing and fluff—that’s color, pattern, shine, accessories. Too many women get the proportions the other way round, then can’t figure out why they can’t get dressed.”
Erm ok, so let’s take a look at the meat, potatoes icing and fluff. Or maybe a more appealing metaphor is a cupcake: a perfect vanilla sponge topped with your choice of icing and decoration.
Best fashion basics
Two thirds of our wardrobe should be hard-working basics. These will be well-fitting, stylish and versatile. For us at Colmers Hill, this would be our deck super slimming capris or full length trousers. Alternatively, Myrine Emil trousers. Your colour palette will certainly include neutrals in both dark and light shades such as navy, petrol blue, black, charcoal, sand, silver, ivory, or white. Choose shades that are the most useful for you.
Skirt basics include simple cuts and colours with enough detail to keep you interested and give you shape. A pencil skirt from Eucalyptus or a midi skirt from A Postcard from Brighton are also great staples.
Adding colour, pattern and shine
This is the icing and decoration on your cupcake. Detail on clothing is a very personal thing and everyone has their favourites as well as their absolute no-no’s. Some of us love stripes and hate florals, others love florals but hate sparkle, another wince at a frill but love a pintuck – you get the gist. When it comes to sparkle and shine, some of us are happier with a muted metallic whilst others want the full bling – with extra bling.
When an item of clothing or an accessory appeals to us, it’s an emotional reaction. We don’t think too much about it. Enough to say, it gives us a lift. It’s great to express ourselves with the fun aspects of fashion. We don’t need to take it too seriously but if you’re worried about overdoing it, stick to either sparkle or pattern but not both on the same garment. Many of us get stuck in a rut, thinking we can never wear florals or geometrics or diamante but keep an open mind and give things a try. We change as we get older and our fashion style needs to keep up!
Since we discovered Michael Kors’s quote, we’ve all been taking a good, hard look into our wardrobes at home and working out how close we are to the 70% rule. Suffice to say, there’s work to be done but at least we’re heading in the right direction!
The next blog will be about Wardrobe Malfunctions. Yup – we’ve all been there.