It’s unusual for me to share the trends of a future season so early; however, I think there’s a benefit to getting ahead. When lockdown is lifted expect to be bombarded with messages from all brands; helping to stimulate demand and help the economy bounce back. However, whether it’s been a case of having less to spend or changing priorities, our fashion consumption has reduced. There’ll be lots of promotions to entice you back to former habits as lockdowns are lifted. So the aim of this article is to give you a round up of the 7 women’s fashion trends for this autumn/winter, so you can shop smartly. Scan the fashion trends summary below to know what to look for. Continue reading “Women’s fashion trends for AW’20”
Something for the weekend is back for April and instagram has been trawled. And it definitely needs scrolling as so many feeds are less about fashion ideas but inspiration for life – a reflection of these unusual times. Today’s Sunday Special though are the bags spotted on insta this week that will rock a summer fashion trend. There’s something for everyone, whichever hemisphere you find yourself – so let’s say thanks (a virtual high five) to the handbag designers who are doing what they do best, keeping us inspired for when we can fully embrace the summer. Continue reading “Sunday Special – the bags on insta this April”
A new month, hello March, and my something for the weekend celebrates one of the key summer trends; wear white from head to toe. Each month I take time out and trawl the ‘gram to find you the best of the bags – it’s my five favourite bags of the week on instagram. And whilst the media tries to distract us with all things viral, here’s my distraction, giving you something to look forward to, the summer! Whether its a casual weekend away or a special occasion, when wearing white, the top tip to keep on trend, is to white out your accessories. And here are my top picks! Continue reading “Something for the weekend – a white out!”
Before we say goodbye to February and its extra leap year day, it’s been one busy month, with all the AW fashion shows and this weekend, every news site and magazine has been busy confirming the return of the 1990’s show Friends. And once you scrolled past images of the gang, AW/Fall fashion shows, with Kendall Jenner closing Versace in Milan, I wouldn’t be surprised if your scrolling finger gave up. But I’m here to reassure you that if you’re looking for spring fashion inspiration, the feeds are starting to fill up and I’ve got my favourite fashion bags spotted on instagram, as something for the weekend.
Here’s your guide to SS’20 fashion trends. It’s your quick way to get ready for when the Christmas and New Year sales are finished and the stores start filling up with the new fashion for your spring and summer wardrobe. There are 5 key trends to put on your radar:
Yes it can be done – a designer bag that rocks the fashion trends for this autumn winter, can be bought for under £300 or $300! This pay day may well mean a handbag treat for you that will see you all the way through to April, bringing you the best value or cost per wear ever. First though, let’s just remind ourselves of some of the key bag trends for AW’19/20:
Now that the weather’s changing we’ll be reaching for our autumn and winter wardrobe fashions. And if you’re planning to blow your budget on a statement coat or a pair of slouch boots, I’ve got the collection to cheat your way to statement handbags – I have 10 fashion bags that are rocking one of the key trends for AW’19 but are all under £100. There’s no breaking the budget here!
With pay day just a week away for most of us, there are autumn/winter wardrobe shops being planned as I type. To help complete your seasonal fashion wardrobe, here’s your guide to the key AW’19 fashion trends and of course, which bags to grab or throw over your shoulder to finish your look. With lots of fashion articles out there, listing at least 6, and up to 12 key trends, below is your cheat sheet to the looks and the accessories, and this season, the accessories are front and centre. Check out these 3 trends and 5 silhouettes:
And no, I don’t mean Oxford Street and its mile long strip of shops catering for all budgets. Nor do I mean the designer handbag shops on Bond Street, be it on both it’s New and Old ends! Undeniably both these established retail addresses offer lots of choice. But it’s a neighbouring street that really does offer the handbag shopper one of the best experiences.