I love how the Australians call charity shops, opportunity shops.
For me it describes perfectly how I see them and use them. Charity shops have popped up to replace ailing retailers all over the country and many people feel it brings down the cache
It's that time of the season when I start to tire of summer dresses and start to crave real clothes.
I adore Marbella but there is really very little to buy which is not high street, tacky or exorbitantly priced items sold from a beach club or hotel.
Ghost, the fashion brand, brings back some great memories for many of us.
I remember buying my bridesmaid dresses in the Notting Hill branch. I just loved the fact that there was a shape for everyone, from a size 18 to a size 6, and the dresses made
I love the sunshine but am really struggling in the heat. I drive a lot in central London and it is a nightmare, including sweaty backs! I have even contemplated one of the windscreen covers you get when you go abroad. I had to wait 10 mins for
I adore Instagram and I cherish all those who have have a brilliant turn of phrase.
I posted the picture below, which is more or less my current uniform, and the lovely Natasha came up with 'the morning after the night before look, but with your clothes
I am calling it an occupational hazard! I have to pass a litany of Pop Up shops on the Kings Road on my daily trek to the Post Office. I am very wary of Pop Up's as a lot of them are charging too much for unknown brands that have no real re-sale and