When you’re heading off on your winter get-away, the fabrics you choose and how you pack your bags is important! Let me share with you my packing list for cold weather that you can print off and customise yourself and some advice on picking the best fabrics to take with you!
Sometimes when we get dressed, we just can’t put our finger on the reason why that when our outfit seemed great in our minds, we ended up looking like a block with manicured fingernails, which is not the look we were going for.
I have this problem in winter where I get dry skin between my eyebrows. Being in and out of heated shopping centres all day with clients and then in the cold outside can really give my skin a less than flawless glow.
Time to forget those tunics and trapeze shaped dresses! I’ve got some fabulous winter maternity style tips that don’t involved childish prints or poorly cut fabric!
As you know, I’m a Fashion Stylist, so you’ve probably guessed my preference for shopping in person trumps shopping online.
While we may not be red carpet event frequenters, on the odd occasion, we’re invited to attend an event where it’s formal and it’s cold.
We’ve seen all the must-have’s lists online and the ‘hot trends’ seasonal blog posts, so if you thought this was one of them, I don’t apologise for wearing my practical (and timeless) pants and telling you no.
Studies have actually shown that those who work from home and get dressed like they’re going to an office, complete with hair and makeup, have a higher productivity rate than those who stay in their pyjamas or make little effort to get dressed.
Ahhh, winter. Heaters, cake, a lower frequency of shaving and my favourite – the clothes!
If you’ve been frequenting the shops lately, you’ll have noticed the array of autumn and winter clothing filtering through the stores.