The pandemic has brought the fast pace of fashion to a screeching halt. Shops closed. People stopped buying. And more recently, the news linking a fast fashion giant to claims of ‘modern slavery’ has brought fast fashion into the spotlight once again. It seems we’ve come to a fork in the road and now we need to choose. Continue with fast fashion or take the slower style route? Check out our 5 reasons why now is the perfect time for women to consider made to measure.
The best (and worst) colours to wear to work. Check out our 5 top tips on how to build a more colourful workwear wardrobe.
We know that it’s important that you still feel professional, smart and confident when working from home. Dressing as if you mean business will help you get into the right mind set and will help you feel ready to face the day with a can-do positive attitude.
So whilst putting on your usual office wear may seem a little too formal, especially if you’re home schooling the kids in between conference calls, lunchtime duties and your usual diary, it’s important that you still look, and most importantly feel, professional.
Sustainable fashion has moved on from the days of hemp clothing and fusty second hand shops. The new look sustainable fashion model has plenty of options when it comes to slowing fashion down whilst remaining stylish. So with this in mind we've put together five key guidelines to work towards when trying to create a more sustainable wardrobe this season.
When it comes to choosing a capsule wardrobe, one of the best places to start is to work out your body shape. Once you know your body shape you'll dress in a way that will flatter your body, enhance your curves, and make you look and feel great. For each body shape there are some style rules that will help balance the proportions of your body. Here are our style tips and tricks for those with a pear shape body.