Review: ‘Audrey’ dress from Lindy Bop

The lovely Gemma at Retro Chick wrote a wonderful post recently on novelty prints, featuring a cute Lindy Bop dress in a lovely Alice In Wonderland fabric. After reading this post, I spent quite a while browsing their site and discovered that they actually have three Alice in Wonderland print dresses, in different styles and... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘Anna’ by Peek & Beau

Ever since Playful Promises launched their more alternative styled mini-brand Peek & Beau in 2015, I have been drooling over the pieces and wishing there was something I could wear. As it's a small collection the size range is limited, and sizing is not something you can 'fudge' with bras. Then they released a new... Continue Reading →

Review: Love ur Look

I first wrote about Love ur Look last year and have been keen to try on some of their lovely vintage-inspired dresses ever since. Well, it finally happened this weekend, as Love ur Look are running a pop-up shop with Lady K Loves, Silly Old Sea Dog and Innabox over at the Old Truman Brewery... Continue Reading →

The Body Studio at Selfridges

Yesterday, Selfridges launched a massive new destination department - for lingerie, swim, sportswear, loungewear and hosiery - and I couldn't resist a visit on the opening day so booked myself in for a bra fitting after work. The Body Studio is based on the third floor of its Oxford Street store and, as reported in... Continue Reading →

Review: MARIEYAT

When I think about lingerie, it is pleasure and confidence I feel. The opportunity to play with my body and those of others, when and if I feel like it. When I think about lingerie brands, however, it is often disappointment I feel. Despite loving the products, I cannot help but feel bored and, for... Continue Reading →

Winter at Wolf & Whistle

Have I raved about the AW15 collection at Wolf & Whistle yet? It's full of stunning separates and beautiful dresses that are, as is usually the case with this brand, smart enough to impress at work or an event whilst keeping a sense of quirky individuality. The prints are their best yet, with big bold... Continue Reading →

Review: Escape Scarves

Earlier this year, I marvelled at the silk escape maps which had been turned into beautiful underwear that was on display at the Imperial War Museum's Fashion on the Ration exhibition. These maps were extremely practical - they didn't fall apart in the rain and could be tucked up very small in a pocket -... Continue Reading →

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