The hoodie has become a classic in my books.
Living in the UK, where most of the year it can rain, it has become a life saver. It keeps my hair frizz free when I head from the house to the car, to school or to a meeting. I don't have any patience
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
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 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