• The Fabulous Forties

    Posted on August 17th, 2011

    We’re looking the fashion trends that are hitting the high street and the catwalk for autumn and winter 2011. The glamour of the 40′s returns with full gusto, and we cannot wait to get our hands on the clothing, changing into the chic Hollywood stars and housewives of the roaring 40′s. The trend is based […]

  • Duffle Fans

    Posted on August 12th, 2011

    Fearne Cotton, Lily Allen, Alexa Chung, Cat Deely, Britney Spears and Alan Davies. All of these celebrities have one thing in common. They’re huge fans of the Duffle Coat. Stacey Solomon was spotted wearing a light grey duffle coat, Cheryl Cole is a fan of the special buttoned winter jacket, although likes to team her […]

  • Sleeping Bag Coats

    Posted on August 10th, 2011

    We all thought it was a bit of a joke when the sleeping bag coat hit the market, who would be seen in such a thing? Yes, it’s practical for those off on a camping expedition in the middle of winter, or if the electricity went down and you were stuck in a cold house, […]

  • Life to the Maxi

    Posted on August 4th, 2011

    The Maxi Dress. An Item of clothing every fashionista should own. Whether it’s a bold or neutral colour, or patterned and printed. The Maxi dress can hide a multitude of sins, but can make you feel red carpet boho glamorous. Maxi Dresses are perfect for those summer days and nights, teamed with sandals or heels, […]

  • Wrap it up

    Posted on July 29th, 2011

    Wrap Over Coats I love wrap over coats, they are chic, they are timeless, and look incredibly sophisticated. If you are looking for an overcoat for the coming autumn and winter, consider a Wrap over coat. Overcoats have been around for hundreds of years and designs have rarely changed just been added to or manipulated […]

  • Reach for the Trench Coat

    Posted on July 28th, 2011

    Traditional Favourite The Trench coat has been a favourite of many wearers for years. The description of a traditional Trench or raincoat was a Knee length coat, which was waterproof and generally made from heavy-duty cotton, wool or leather. The original Trench coat was designed for the British and French soldiers in the First World […]

  • What’s in your pockets?

    Posted on July 25th, 2011

    I used to have a lovely denim jacket when I was at university, I believe I got it in the Next sale. It was a dark denim coat with red stitching and I loved it. I always used to wear it out on nights around the town. One of the best things about this particular […]

  • Wind Stoppers

    Posted on July 20th, 2011

    If you are looking for a jacket that you can wear whilst out walking or nipping around, that is not going to leave you panting for breath but will protect you from the wind, you need a wind stopper. These jackets are incredible for sports and the general outdoors. You can choose lightweight versions, which […]

  • Fur Coat Recycling project

    Posted on July 15th, 2011

    Fur Coats have always had its loyal followers who enjoy the luxury and feeling of soft fur against their skin. It also has quite the opposite group of Anti-Fur campaigners who are against the killing of innocent animals. For years British charity PETA People for the ethical treatment of animals have campaigned against wearing fur, […]

  • Is it a coat or is it a Jacket?

    Posted on July 6th, 2011

    We’re so quick to use words willy nilly these days without really realising where they come from or what they actually stand for. I thought it would be interesting to look at all the words associated with Coats, Jackets, Blazers and so on and really get to the bottom of their origins and the distinction […]

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