As unsettling as this is for so many people, it’s also an opportunity to do things differently for a while. To talk more, to play more games and to teach your children things you never normally have time for.
Many people spend a lot of time shopping for the right dress and it can be quite a stressful experience. Of course, when you do find the perfect dress, it can feel great.
Not the sexiest of subjects I know. A few years ago I would have been rolling my eyes reading something like this and thinking…who has the time to separate laundry these days? Just chuck it in, stick in one of those colour catcher sheets, shut the door and get on with real life. Right?
A simple t-shirt. I used to think these were the most boring of items to have in my selection of clothes and now I love these ‘boring’ items. I used to avoid things I thought were too plain, but now I consider these kinds of things essential items in my wardrobe. I remember when I was younger and a t-shirt was just that, a t-shirt. You rarely saw anyone doing anything interesting with them, but that’s just not the case these days. Here are four ways to wear a very simple t-shirt.
Have you ever bought your child personalised clothing? Maybe something with their name, age or initial on? Read on to find out why I like personalised items for the children.
To hang or to fold? It’s a question we’ve all asked at one time or another, especially when it comes to items like jeans, jumpers, and other tops. Is this something you debate with yourself? Here are a few thoughts.
Today, the necklace designs incorporate many of these materials, while also offering lots of personalisation through beads, gemstones, diamonds, and other such adornments. So how do you choose the right one?
By properly caring for your most delicate fabrics, you can make them last much longer and keep them looking new for longer as well. It might be that we are talking about something you might only wear once or twice a year. Maybe it’s something with sequins that only comes out at Christmas?