I’ve got a bit more ruthless recently. If I don’t love it or it doesn’t provide a function it’s gone. It has left the wardrobe a bit bare but I’m OK with that as none of it was being worn anyway, so it was taking up unnecessary space.
Many people tend to forget jewellery and its role in the fashion industry. Nonetheless, whether you want to or not, it cannot hurt to take a look at some of the jewellery available as these make up a considerable part of the fashion ‘trend’. Also they can dress up or down any outfit to change your look.
When you’re looking for the perfect gift for a friend who has recently given birth, it’s common to focus on gifts for the baby. However, if you really want to get her something she’ll appreciate, why not buy something purely for mum?
Having seen so many pastels in previous years, the bold colours are very welcome. Even brands who have previously kept themselves to the monochrome look have got on the colour train and added reds and royal blues to their collection. Pastels can look lovely but I’m much more of a fan of all the really bright colours – how about you?
I saw lots of people in summery footwear at the weekend, which made me realise that my summer footwear collection consists pretty much of a few pairs of tatty flip flops!
Are you thinking ahead to swimwear for the summer? Summer is just around the corner! Swimwear always makes me nervous. I don’t enjoy choosing it at all. Also I have too many self-induced criteria . I end up finding very few items that ‘qualify’.
When you decide to nurse your baby, you probably aren’t thinking about what you’ll be wearing whilst you’re doing it – but many nursing mums quickly realise that breastfeeding your baby can mean you have to give up your old wardrobe, which can make you feel like you’ve lost your identity.
Fashion trends often divide people, and there’s certainly no reason why you should embrace every style in your wardrobe. I often cringe at ‘new’ trends and more often than not think it’s just not for me. What’s new for 2019?