Love ur Look ‘pin-up pop-up shop’ 2018

Yesterday I went to visit the annual Pin-Up Pop-Up Shop organised by Ronke Fashola, the brains behind vintage-inspired ethical fashion brand Love ur Look. Each year she organises a pop-up featuring a selection of UK independent fashion brands with a vintage style, where you can meet the makers and try on a gorgeous selection of... Continue Reading →

Five fab spring dresses with POCKETS

Everyone who wears dresses prefers one with pockets, right? Even if you carry a handbag most of the time it's always nice to have the option of keeping your phone/money/keys close at hand, but plenty of designers and manufacturers overlook this useful feature. It may be more expensive to produce womenswear with pockets, but I... Continue Reading →

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 →

Dress for Our Time

On Thursday 26th November a very special dress will go on public display at St Pancras International station. As part of Professor Helen Storey's Dress For Our Time project, this installation will use the power of fashion to communicate some of the world's most complex issues and help change the way we think and act... 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: Lady Voluptuous ‘Bellatrix’

When I heard that Georgina from Fuller Figure Fuller Bust had designed a range of dresses for independent brand Lady Vintage, I couldn't wait to see what she'd come up with. Named Lady Voluptuous, the range initially had three styles in a variety of gorgeous colours and prints, in UK sizes 16-32, but has since... Continue Reading →

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