Original Breton tee was created as part of the uniform for the French navy, but Coco Chanel was the one who really brought the Breton tee into the fashion world. The iconic designer introduced the classic French style into her nautical collection in 1917. Moving the look from the working class to high fashion, and causing my Breton tee obsession.  The…

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Fashion has always been about wearing your heart on your sleeve – a way of expressing your emotions. So why not express how you are feeling across your chest? Basic tops have been given a new lease of life with bold phrases emblazoned on the front from designers such as Gucci, Dior and Valentino – and have become an instant…

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From fizzy sherbert to mustard to pastel Fifties lemon, yellow is one of the biggest colour trends this summer.  Yellow isn’t a colour that you typically see everyone wearing. It’s bright, it’s loud, it’s in-your-face and it’s not something you wear if you’re trying to play it safe. I know a lot of people who say that yellow isn’t flattering…

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This childhood staple has been resurrected and firm favourite in my wardrobe – my ultimate lazy day outfit of choice. Cosy, flattering and cool enough to feel like you’re making an effort, yet comfortable enough to just slip on. I love that you can dress dungarees up with heels and blouse or down with tee and trainers. I teamed mine with Breton…

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I have been lusting over Tu Es Mon Tresor’s Pearl embellished jeans for months but couldn’t justify the £600 plus price tag! So why not make them myself for faction of the price?? Pearls and denim making my perfect combo. I needed them in my life… hello DYI project! All you need: Needle and White thread A marker Pen Drilled…

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