We all associate each season with different colours. In Spring we bust out the pastels while we tend to go for burnt oranges and shades of brown in the Autumn. It’s great to shake things up in the wardrobe and bring in a new colour pallette. But this season it’s time to break the mould and carry some colours we associate with other seasons into the Autumn.
Not all weddings are in the height of Summer (June being the most popular month). Some people opt for an Autumn wedding and we love it! Another popular time for couples to say “I do” is in October. The weather is just getting nice and crisp, the leaves are turning and romance is definitely in the air.
The wise Miranda Priestly once said that florals for spring are hardly groundbreaking (we’re paraphrasing). If you agree, you may be tempted to try polka dots, stripes, plaid or even animal prints as an alternative to the popular print. But if you’re not quite ready to buck tradition completely, you can still celebrate nature with leaf prints.
Summer’s here for a good time, not a long time. It’s all about festivals and after-work drinks and more drinks in the park and…okay, it’s about being healthy too, sometimes. If working out is your thing then summer is the best because you don’t have to cover up your cute work out kit with a coat. We’re rolling in athleisure gear this week: what’s your workout style?
Fashion may be fickle, but the pieces that underpin a stylish wardrobe remain consistent. White T-shirts, ankle boots and trench coats are all mainstays of a capsule closet, and reigning supreme above them all is your old friend and confidante: a good pair of denim jeans.