Category Archives: editorial

Ethical fashion vs fast fashion

This post is a part of a series, you can find the next part here. Can fast fashion be ethical? Ever? I have a constant battle with myself over my desire to shop ethically and yet still stick to a … Continue reading

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Christina Hendricks: curvy role model or another unattainable ideal?

Source Last week the UK government’s Equalities Minister, Lynne Featherstone MP, caused controversy when she suggested that Christina Hendricks – who plays sexy secretary Joan Holloway in the TV series, Mad Men, and wears a size 14 – is a perfect … Continue reading

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Delivery costs: fair enough or enough’s enough?

Internet shopping has come into its own in recent years. I remember just a few years back, I’d never have dreamed of shopping online and now it’s become second nature. Of course, I’d never completely give up the thrill of … Continue reading

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Hello Mulberry!!

The debate about bloggers receiving samples and freebies has been at the centre of some controversy for quite a while now. In the US bloggers have had to disclose if something has been gifted, although the rules surrounding this have … Continue reading

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I write a fashion blog… And I’m proud of it.

Source: Cupcakes and Cashmere Over the months that I have been blogging, I have read a fair few posts about the dilemma over whether or not to tell close friends and acquaintances about your blog. I completely get this dilemma … Continue reading

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A Bit Of A Bummer!

I was going to post my thoughts on Sex and the City 2 today but that has been put on hold for a little rant. After a weekend of relaxing with family and friends I thought I should catch up on … Continue reading

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Source: The Sartorialist It is only recently that I have begun to realise that I am often influenced by men’s clothing and fashion choices in what I wear, just as much as I am by what women put on. This … Continue reading

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