Despite my tales of woe in my previous post, I felt it only right to turn my attention to some Fashion matters at hand in an effort to try and divert my attention away from the feeling of impending doom about the Party Dress.
This weekends Winter Weekend Wardrobe Hero has to be a dress as I am mostly preoccupied with thoughts of dresses at the moment and with Christina's post at Fashions Most Wanted telling us how many LBD's she has in her "tales of a monochrome wardrobe", I have found the perfect "one", A ruffled Jacqard dress from See by Chloe at the outnet. Fab with bare legs for evenings out if you still have some colour from a late summer holiday or team with Wolford Velvet Opaques and Louboutins for Christmas Cocktail Parties, the festive season will be here before you know it, so no harm in a bit of Fashion Forward thinking.
Now that Autumn is well and truly here, its a good time to update your wardrobe with a range of Jersey Basics for layering from net-a-porter who feature soft and sumptious lightweight silk, cotton and cashmere mixes which skim the figure and flatter all body shapes. So thats good news then! I was also interested to read that Jersey was a fabric which was reinvented by Coco Chanel when she used it to create women’s suits in 1916. Previously, it has only been used for underwear. Now there's a fact I never knew and if ever I hear the question "who reinvented Jersey in 1916?" on The Weakest Link, you can rest assured I will be shouting at the Television. She was undoubtedly one clever and classy cup of Coco!
To cosy up on the long cold winter evenings ahead or as an ideal fashion week cover-up on chilly autumn evenings in ether London, Milan or Paris, I highly recommend the Cashmere Angora Wrap Cardigan from Jigsaw, it makes me want to put the heating on just looking at the picture above, brrrrr!
With further fashion expansion, John Lewis can now offer over 300 fashion brands and you can find all your favourites along with many of the top beauty brands online including the new jewellery range by Laura Bailey for Made. The Multi Strand ring for £12 is set to be a sell out and will soon be adorning the fingers of fashionista's eager to steal Laura's style.
Save your Skin! Even on crisp autumn days the suns rays still have the ability to cause skin damage and a good way to protect yourself from the signs of premature ageing is with the new product range from Boots No.7 Protect & Perfect by treating yourself to some products from its newly launched Intense range with 5 star UVA protection. Worthy of a place on your Bathroom Shelf and currently on a three for two offer.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend xx