Posts Tagged ‘style’
Three pieces. One great outfit.
This week, sport luxe meets feminine pastels. Toughen up the girly clothes with these superb Hudson black ankle boots and a messy top knot. Throw over a leather or denim jacket for a real rock edge.
I am aware this blog is becoming little more than a glorified Alexa Chung fan club. An outlet for my obsession if you will, however, do bear with me. There is a point to it.
Alexa Chung’s first collection for Madewell hits the US in August. Much to my despair we won’t be seeing any of the collection in UK stores. I’ve done a little hunting though and US website Shopbop.com deliver worldwide within 3 days and stock the Madewell label. Lets hope they put some of this wonderful collection online….
Key pieces: Striped Dungaree dress, velvet shorts, extra long cardigans, peter pan collars and socks with everything.
Are your Saturdays in July and August packed with weddings and no idea what to wear? Don’t fret. Check out these hot wedding guest outfits for whatever you have to spend….
The Country Wedding:
The Beach Wedding:
The City Wedding:
The Fashionista Wedding:
Ah another World Cup. To me this means my Boyfriend will watch football day and night, in the house or at the pub. He will think, talk and live Football. This I have no issue with. In fact I may even join in and get excited if England get through the first couple of rounds. Or at least it will mean an extra night out down the local or a couple of BBQ’s I can attend.
What I struggle to understand about Football is that our wonderful country seem determined to make ourselves look as ridiculous as possible. We decorate ourselves and our houses with complete……well tat, to be frank. I can’t be the only one who has noticed that countries such as Brazil are fully capable of excelling on the pitch while their fans look like normal sane people. English fans – We walk around with our white beer bellies out, tuck our manmade fibre replica JD Sports England shirt in our Primark shorts and complete the look with a badly painted face. We put flags on our car and hang them out of our windows, some even paint there houses red and white. While supermarket shelves are bulging with 99p World Cup accessories that you of course need, like that Red and White comedy wig.
I can’t say much more in favour of the ladies either. I’ve seen some truly shocking pictures of girls in cheap red and white bikinis. My only hope is this years WAG efforts have evolved since 2006 and Victoria Beckham’s white shorts and vest combo. And that track suit Alex Curran inflicted on the world.
You may think I’m being a bit of a World Cup bore. Don’t get me wrong there is nothing wrong with getting in the spirit and supporting your country. But please, can’t we just do it with a little style?? All the cringing is adding to my wrinkles.