Women’s Wear Trends for Autumn/Winter 2015

Monday, October 12th, 2015

The cooler weather will soon be upon us, so it’s time to think about buying some key pieces to update your wardrobe for Autumn/Winter. The catwalks for this season had a distinct retro feel, with many garments rooted in 60’s and 70’s nostalgia, reinterpreted with a modern twist. The good news is: there’s something for every woman, whatever your age, size or shape.

Patterned Coat

One of the must-haves of the season is a patterned coat with designs embracing spots, animal prints and graphic designs. Look for animal prints in unusual colours such as this leopard design in coral and cream. To make your ‘statement coat’ stand out, always wear it over plain, solid colours such as this cream sweater teamed with a mustard skirt. This semi-fitted streamline style suits a tapered figure.

Wear your patterned coat over plain, solid colours to really make it stand out

Wear your patterned coat over plain, solid colours to really make it stand out

Belted Trench

The trench coat has been a classic staple of the female and male wardrobe for many fashion decades, but this season sees it re-invented in new and refreshing fabrics. In keeping with the 70’s vibe, this calf-length trench coat comes in soft, tan suede, with wide lapels and deep, patch pockets. A paisley print dress with long sleeves and deep cuffs, in warm, muted shades continues the retro theme. This cinched in style suits a curved body shape, although other body shapes could tie it loosely at the back.

This calf-length trench coat in tan suede suits both a curved body shape best

This calf-length trench coat in tan suede suits both a curved body shape best

Capes and Wraps

A great alternative to the coat this season is a soft, woollen cape or wrap with deep fringing or tassels, in the 70’s style. So versatile, they can be worn over casual, smart or evening outfits – especially if they are unpatterned and in a neutral colour. The style shown here, worn with a pussycat bow blouse (left undone) and loose trousers, is perfect for a fuller figure who likes to wear the Loose Line Style.

A soft woollen cape or wrap is a very versatile choice this season

A soft woollen cape or wrap is a very versatile choice this season

Crombie Style

The Crombie Overcoat was a real fashion-favourite of the male 60’s wardrobe but this season sees it re-imagined for the female form, in softer shades and textures. Its rectangular shape and double-breasted style is perfect for the straight up style of figure, which looks best without waist emphasis. Polo neck sweaters are having a huge revival this season and look superb with the Crombie Coat. Liven up this outfit with slim leg, graphic print trousers; notice how they are worn above the ankle this season, with loafers or lace-up brogues.

Once it was only for a man's wardrobe but a crombie style overcoat has now been re-invented for ladies

Once it was only for a man’s wardrobe but a crombie style overcoat has now been re-invented for ladies

 

all photographs are credited to Marks and Spencer via PRshots.com.

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Fashion Must-Haves For Summer 2015

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Every new fashion season introduces around half a dozen key garments (for both men and women) which will instantly update your look. By incorporating these Must-Haves into your current wardrobe and mix-n-matching them with existing pieces, you will immediately make all your outfits look new and fresh. Don’t forget to invest in the latest accessories too – the most effortless way to make essential wardrobe classics look bang-on-trend for the season!

SIX OF THE BEST FOR WOMEN

  1. Trouser Suit

The staple of every woman’s wardrobe in the ‘90’s was the trouser suit. This summer sees its return but in much softer shapes and bolder colours. Wear it with a T-shirt and flats for a casual look or jazz it up for evening with a silk bouse or camisole and killer heels. In warmer weather, a culotte suit is cooler but still smart enough for the office.

  1. Embellished Top

Negate the need to wear a statement necklace by investing in a fabulous top with a bejewelled necline. Sparkling gems, sequins or an abundance of pearls are to be found on the necklines of these sleeveless blouses at very affordable prices. Don’t just save this look for evening, team one with your jeans for a glam daytime look.

 

This season's Trouser Suit is soft in shape

This season’s Trouser Suit is soft in shape and bold in colour. Team it with an embellished top

 

  1. Loose White Shirt

Every woman’s wardrobe needs this essential item as its versatility knows no bounds! Wear it with skinny trousers and heels for evening; with jeans and flats for daytime; over a dress as a lightweight jacket; and over a swimsuit as a cool poolside cover-up. Opt for an oyster-white if you are a pale, freckly red-head.

  1. Patterned Trousers

One of the hottest trends of the season is the patterned trouser. To be on the safe side, always wear these with a plain top as combining patterns can be tricky. As a general rule, narrow leg trousers and a drapey top are best for petite women; taller women can look good in wider leg trousers with a more closely-fitting top.

 

Patterned trousers teamed with a loose white shirt will carry you through a number of occasions

Patterned trousers teamed with a loose white shirt will carry you through a number of occasions

  1. Belted Dress

A 50’s style belted dress will take you to lots of occasions this season from casual picnics and garden parties to lovely summer weddings – just change your accessories to suit. However, a belt will always direct attention to your middle; so, if your waistline has disappeared, opt instead for a straighter style.

Culottes make a cooler alternative to a Trouser Suit

Culottes make a cooler alternative to a Trouser Suit

  1. Shift Dress

A 60’s style shift dress will always be flattering to a Straight Up figure shape. Combine it with a boxy, Chanel-style jacket for a smart look or dress it down with a short, cropped cardigan in a neutral or contrasting colour. A boxy, hand-held bag would complete the angular theme of this fashionable look.

Shift Dresses are incredibly flattering to a straight figure

Shift Dresses are incredibly flattering to a straight figure

 

Accessory Must Haves:

70’s straw hat; suede mules; ankle-strap sandals; boxy handbag; large bangles

 

SIX OF THE BEST FOR MEN

  1. Chambray Blazer

A definite Must Have for the male wardrobe this summer is the lightweight blazer. Opt for a pastel shade to be bravely on-trend instead of the usual neutral colours – pale blue is the easiest shade for most men to wear. Team your blazer with a T-shirt and shorts for a casual look or chinos and a shirt for a smart look.

  1. Tailored Shorts

Tailored shorts worn with jackets and tan brogues were all the rage on the catwalks this season. You really need slim, tanned calves to carry-off this look and, for comfort, you need to wear ‘invisible’ trainer socks. If you think this look is not for you, simply substitute navy deck shoes (with no socks) for the brogues.

A lightweight blazer teamed with tailored shorts & brogues is bang on trend this season

A lightweight blazer teamed with tailored shorts & brogues is bang on trend this season

  1. Blouson Jacket

An alternative to the blazer is the zip-up blouson jacket to add style to your wardrobe this season. In a subtle check or a plain fabric with patterned lining, team your blouson with a cotton-knit sweater or a T-shirt worn outside your trousers for a relaxed smart-casual look . Don’t forget the shades for extra points!

  1. Putty Chinos

The greatest American import into the English male wardrobe has to be the chino trouser; and the best shade to buy for summer has to be what the Americans call ‘putty’ which is slightly richer than beige. This colour, although warm, teams wonderfully with navy and white for a classic summer look.

 

Putty Chinos and and a Blouson Jacket make the perfect smart-casual look

Putty coloured Chinos and and a Blouson Jacket make the perfect smart-casual look this summer

 

  1. Lightweight Suit

So many men continue to wear their heavy winter suits into the hotter months instead of investing in a lighter style – in terms of colour as well as weight. A pale grey, single-breasted, lightweight-wool suit (with perhaps a very subtle check) is a real Must Have for both work and social occasions as temperature start to rise.

  1. Floral Shirt

Floral shirts have been going strong now for several seasons and continue to be popular this summer. Teaming one with a plain jacket is child’s play but do be careful when combining one with a check jacket ; make sure the colours are very similar as seen here with a pale grey floral shirt and pale grey check suit.

 

A suite of a lighter colour and fabric is preferable during the summer months

A suite of a lighter colour and fabric is preferable during the summer months

 

Accessory Must Haves:

Classic Ray-Bans; Satchel bag; Tan Brogues; Trainer socks; Navy deck shoes;

ALL PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF HOUSE OF FRASER (VIA PRSHOTS.COM)

 

 

 

 

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Scented Manners

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Most of us have experienced the overwhelming heady feeling when standing next to someone who is wearing a very strong or far too much perfume (always called scent by the upper classes).

It overpowers every sense, can cause headaches and sickness, and generally has a negative affect on the virtual recipient. If one is to wear scent, before it is applied, think about the occasion and what that calls for, and remember that less is more.

 

Perfume too strong

Follow rules of business; some companies do not allow it to be worn at all, and if there is food or wine involved, then very often fragrance is barred due to dulling of the senses. Some colleagues may be allergic or asthmatic, so beware when applying it for a business meeting or event.

Never overdo it. Apply lightly once when dressing and do not refresh during the day. The perfume will develop as the application warms on the skin and is very different a couple of hours later to the first application. To overlay is not good, but the best application is to overlay perhaps with perfume, and body lotion or powder for a light but intense burst.

In the evening you can wear a little more but during the day usually err on wearing none at all or very little.

Over time, every fragrance gets stale, and open bottles last only about six months, even when very expensive. Be ruthless and discard, don’t be tempted to wear an old one; it can cause irritation on the skin or allergic reactions and can also smell acidic.

Don’t apply in public.

Don’t spritz on your clothes, it can stain and damage delicate fabrics.

Seek specifics to suit the season, a heavier fragrance is more appropriate in the winter months and a light floral in summer.

Apply sparingly, at the pulse points; behind the ears, on the wrist and behind your knees.

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The all important Dress Codes for Royal Ascot

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

Royal Ascot Races is one of the most popular events of the sporting and social calendar, with an annual attendance of nearly 300,000 people.

Both the Grandstand Enclosure and the Royal Enclosure have their benefits. If you are looking for a young, fun and often raucous afternoon then consider the former perfect. With big crowds, big drinkers and even bigger heels it will not disappoint. This is the area in which I frequented for the first few years of attending and I didn’t even manage to see any races; there was far too much entertainment around the bandstand, and, coupled with the 30 minute queue for the loos the afternoon passed by before I could say ‘on the nose please’.

The Grandstand Enclosure at Royal Ascot

The Grandstand Enclosure at Royal Ascot

 

Fast forward a few years and I was invited to The Royal Enclosure, the moment I had been hoping for had come! And the icing on the cake is that as long as you ‘behave yourself’ you will automatically gain membership into this enclosure from the next year onwards.

The Royal Enclosure is what you would imagine an elegant day at the races to be. Beautiful pavilions in which to sip Pimms, perfectly mown lawns to parade with your partner and pre-bookable restaurants. As it happens I did manage to behave myself and so have been enjoying this area ever since, although I do often wonder which enclosure is having the most fun….

 

The Champagne Lawn within the Royal Enclosure

The Champagne Lawn within the Royal Enclosure at Royal Ascot

Both enclosures have strict Dress Codes which must be adhered to as, in theory, you can be refused entrance.

Ladies, an invaluable piece of advice is to keep your heels sensible whatever enclosure you オンライン カジノ are in. This is for three reasons:

  • You will do an awful amount of walking – Ascot Racecourse is vast
  • There are many grass areas and therefore high stiletto heels will sink in making it really difficult to walk elegantly
  • Seeing an otherwise beautifully dressed lady staggering along carrying her shoes is not a good sight

 

Grandstand Enclosure Dress Code

Ladies within the main Grandstand Admission area are encouraged to dress in a manner as befits a formal occasion:

  • A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times.
  • Strapless or sheer strap dresses and tops are not permitted.
  • Trousers must be full length and worn with a top that adheres to the guidelines above.
  • Midriffs must be covered.
  • Shorts are not permitted.

Men are required to wear a suit with a shirt and tie (often men will wear Morning Dress in this enclosure which looks lovely).

 

A lady perfectly dressed for a day at Royal Ascot

A lady perfectly dressed for a day at Royal Ascot

Royal Enclosure Dress Code

  • Ladies’ dresses and skirts should be of modest length. This is defined as just falling above the knee or longer
  • Ladies’ trouser suits are acceptable and they should be of full length and of matching material and colour
  • Dresses and tops should have straps of one inch or greater.
  • Jackets and pashminas may be worn but dresses and tops underneath should still comply with the Royal Enclosure dress code
  • Hats should be worn; however a headpiece which has a base of 4 inches (10cm) or more in diameter is acceptable as an alternative to a hat. Ladies are kindly asked to note the following:
  • Strapless, off the shoulder, halter neck and spaghetti straps are not permitted.
  • Midriffs must be covered.
  • Fascinators are not permitted; neither are headpieces which do not have a base covering a sufficient area of the head (4 inches/10cm).
  • Gentlemen are required to wear either black or grey morning dress (grey is deemed as de rigueur) which must include:
  • A waistcoat and tie (no cravats)
  • A black or grey top hat
  • Black shoes A gentleman may remove his top hat within a restaurant, a private box, a private club or that facility’s terrace, balcony or garden. Hats may also be removed within any enclosed external seating area within the Royal Enclosure Garden. The customisation of top hats (with, for example, coloured ribbons or bands) is not permitted in the Royal Enclosure.

A gentleman in Morning Dress

A gentleman in Morning Dress

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All You Need to know for The Polo Season

Thursday, June 4th, 2015

The Game

Polo is divided into chukkas, either four, six or eight. Each chukka involves seven minutes of play, after which a bell is rung and play continues for either another 30 seconds or until the ball goes out of play.  A three minute break is given between each chukka and a five minute break at half time and the ends are changed after each goal is scored.

Divot etiquette is important; divots are the clods of earth that the horses’ hooves throw up, and everyone is expected to go and ‘tread in’ between matches to make the ground as smooth as possible. Sensible shoes are useful here!

Treading-in the Divots gives spectators a chance to stretch their legs and is part of the enjoyment of the day

Treading-in the Divots gives spectators a chance to stretch their legs and is part of the enjoyment of the day

A Snippet of History

Polo, or “hockey on horseback” as it was referred to in Britain at first, is probably the oldest team sport. Although the exact roots of the game are not known, it is thought it was first played by nomadic warriors over two thousand years ago, though the first recorded tournament was in 600 B.C. between the Turkomans and the Persians.

In Persia the game was played by Royalty and polo has been linked to the middle and upper classes in Britain, mainly due to the fact it was played by members of the armed forces who could afford the number of ponies need to play the game.

What to Wear

Cartier International Day at the end of July is a major fixture in the sporting calendar for the season, when everyone dresses up. However, it is not like Royal Ascot so hats are not de rigour, but a Panama or summer hat always looks very chic.

The dress code for polo today is smart casual, which means collared shirts with trousers, chinos or smart jeans for gentlemen, and dresses, skirts, trousers, smart shorts to the knee or smart jeans for ladies. Sandals are only permitted for ladies. For the Royal Box, shirts and ties, lounge suits, jackets or blazers with trousers or chinos are required for gentlemen, and dresses, skirts or tailored trousers for ladies. There is no covered seating at most events so do remember what the English weather can be like!

A young couple appropriately dressed for Cartier Polo

A young couple appropriately dressed for Cartier Polo

Polo and The Royal Family

Polo first became known in the west via British tea-planters.  In 1869, the first game in Britain was organised on Hounslow Heath by officers stationed at Aldershot, one of whom had read about the game in a magazine. The Duke of Edinburgh started following polo in the 1950s, then Prince Charles showed an interest and now Princes William and Harry are regular team players.  When meeting members of the Royal Family then the usual rules apply. Don’t speak unless spoken to, and it is courteous for British citizens to curtsey or bow

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dressed perfectly for a Polo match

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dressed perfectly for a Polo match

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