Fat Face’s tag line is “life outside the 9-5” and so this week we’re featuring outfits from their spring/summer collection for every eventuality outside of the office! We’ve taken a few key pieces from the summer collection and want to show you how to style them for three different leisure activities: a weekend city break, a day at the seaside and festival wear.
It might be Sunday but we’re only half way through the weekend! How good does that feel?! This bank holiday weekend I’m helping a friend celebrate her thirtieth birthday at the Brighton Food Festival – looking forward to a lot of over-eating later today! Packing for a weekend away can sometimes feel like more of a challenge than a longer break as you’re usually taking a smaller bag and still want to pile in the options. I’ve been trying to perfect my packing skills and tried to streamline my case for this weekend. I’ve taken tips from Laura over at Wearing It Today.
Mondays are the worst for me. I always seem to hit snooze at least three times on a Monday morning. Sometimes more! And when I do eventually drag myself out of bed, I’m left with very little time to shower, dress, have breakfast and make myself up – let alone to do my hair too! With a little help from Pinterest here are our top five ways to style your hair in less than five minutes!
The Breton tee has a long and illustrious history, first as the official uniform of the French navy in 1858 and later, adopted as a fashion statement by Coco Chanel in the 1930s. Since then, women the world over have donned striped t-shirts in the hope of emulating a little of the late iconic French designer’s “je ne sais quoi”!
“Looking effortless takes a lot of effort. When I get new Converse I dedicate some time at home to shoving mud on them so they don’t look squeaky clean.” Alexa Chung, the queen of the off-duty look, admits that it actually isn’t as easy as it looks. Looking laid back is an art and if you lust after this style, there are a few simple steps you can follow to make it look as if you didn’t even try.
I’ve been on the hunt for a stylish and simple fedora for the winter for a long while. For Christmas my generous and kind mother had found one for me. Now I had to figure out when and how to wear my new hat. From trawling through many many images, I’ve come up with a few fail safe tips for styling your fedora.