If these pants could talk, they would say, “Behold my sparkliness, my stretchiness, my nineteen-seventies-mermaid-inspired fabulousness. I’m going to change your life.” This summer I have discovered the beauty of the summer knit trousers. I took them and ran with them, and in them. Continue reading “Summer Knit Trousers”
Now that London’s never-ending and brutal winter has come to an end, I have ceased questioning my life choices, only to find myself grappling with a new complication. I’ve written before about my challenges in dressing for summer. This time, I’m digging a little deeper. So deep, in fact, I’ve discovered and had to face some stark realties about an unhealthy relationship I have with my summer wardrobe. Continue reading “My Complicated Relationship with my Summer Wardrobe”
I have written a lot about colour in recent posts, from tonal blocking to colour blocking. Call it a return from a monochrome wilderness to the fold of brightly coloured sartorial wildebeast. And the latest hue to come into my sights is red. Here, I solve the dilemma of what colours to wear with red. Continue reading “What Colours Can I Wear with Red?”
Despite having grown up in in the warm and sunny climes of Australia (well, Melbourne), I tend to struggle when it comes to summer city style. In theory it should be easy. Sun dresses, floaty skirts, strappy sandals, what’s the problem?
Well, unless I am heading straight to the beach for a day on and in the water, or to a clifftop bar for aperols at sunset, then I find it hard to go “fully summer” in my look. So where does that leave me? Continue reading “Summer Style in the City”