ADMITTEDLY it doesn’t really feel like summer in the UK at the moment. Typical huh? But like most of us I love the sunshine and warm weather. And I also love, love, love dressing for summer. (When it’s not for our bonkers UK weather that is.)
THERE are many good things you can say about Great Britain. (Although admittedly, as of late, it doesn’t really feel that way.) But let’s face it, our bonkers weather isn’t one of them. We’re well into the first week of July and yet it’s taken me nearly two months, two months (!) before I managed to find the opportunity to wear one of my new summer style purchases.
WHEN it comes to style, there are a few things I don’t think I’ll ever tire off. Skinny jeans, high heels and sequins are up there. As are animal prints and handbags too. I adore animal prints. At Uni I was known for my leopard print trousers (probably because I wore them to death!) and this love affair with all animal fabrics is one which has continued way into my thirties.
WHEN it comes to smart attire, it’s all about the tailoring. My Dad taught me that years ago – he used to make childrenswear so knows about all clothing and the like – and he’s absolutely spot on. If you want to look smart, groomed and professional, there’s only one thing for it. You have to invest in tailored clothes that fit you perfectly and make you feel incredible. A sharp
I’VE a super competition for you all today! One which will appeal to any lady desperate for a few new shiny (and oh so stylish) autumn pieces for her wardrobe. Yep, the kind team at Pink Clove have offering one lucky Pouting In Heels reader the opportunity to win not one, but three stunning items from their ‘new arrivals’. Pink Clove offers stylish plus size clothing in sizes 16-32. Translating
EVER wondered how women years gone by looked immaculate? How their clothes fitted them so well? How they always looked pulled together and groomed? Well the secret is that their clothes were made for them or that they made their clothing themselves. No cheap fashion, ‘grab something off a rack’ in decades past. Nope. Their clothes were made to fit their bodies and suit their shape and boy, didn’t they
SOME of you may remember that I launched a new style blog a few months ago. All about dresses. Well, today, if you fancy a gander, I’m over at ‘To Dream Of Dresses‘ celebrating a very lovely little black dress by Fever London. There’s lots of pretty pics to look at (like this)…
BY my own admission, I am far from being the most organised person in the world. But there’s one area in my world, one little area, which I am not chaotic with or about. And that my friends, is my wardrobe. My style – what I buy and wear. I adore clothes, always have since being a wee one, and I’ve learned over the years that the best way to always