Tuesday, 07 August 2018 09:34

Take A Peak Into AW18

Take a peak

Beautiful bright sunny days, beach holidays, sunset cocktails and great times!! We all love summer and never wants to say goodbye. If it was up to us we will make the season last forever but as all thing go, seasons come and seasons must go.

But with every new season, we find new things to love, like and buy. So, it is with great excitement that we look forward to what is to come for AW18.

These are just some of the trends that was all the rage on each and every fashion catwalk and will be available in all your favourite high street shop very soon. So, for now this is just to get you “in the know for what is to come” until then we will try and hold on to a bit more of the summer.

SUMMERFOREVER

We will be wild for animal print from leopard to zebra and the trend is to wear it from head to toe if you are daring to be so wild.

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Padded Leopard Coat - PREEN - Debenhams (out in store soon)

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Red Leopard Print Dress Studio By PREEN - Debenhams (out in store soon)

Pleats Please, knife pleats to be exact , this flirty style will take over our AW18 skirt collection. Pair it with a fluffy jumpers and a statement necklace for a on trend look.

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Emerald Green Pleat Skirt - M&S Collection

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Fluffy AUTOGRAPH Jumper - M&S (out in store soon)

 

Check is back , always a returning favourite for the season. This season we see it with a much cooler edge and doubling it up is the way to go.

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Check blazer and trousers - NEW LOOK

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Pow Ochre Check Crombie and Camel Pow Check Wide Leg Culottes- DOROTHY PERKINS

 

In the accessories department we can look forward to long dangling silver earrings for a statement sparkle.

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Floral Diamond Earrings - OASIS (out in store soon)

The Cowboy boot will also be kicking up some dust this coming season

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Red Snakeskin cowboy style ankle boot - OASIS

The season must have bag is definitely not for those that travel with all their cosmetic essentials and more because it with be teeny tiny. The mini bag it so you will have to minimise your must have daily handbag essentials.

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Dixiee- Black leather hand held duffle bag - DUNE LONDON

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Snakeskin hand held handbag - M&S Collection

And then there are Belt to help you define your waist, try it in animal print or something bigger and bolder.

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Double Hoop Leopard print Jeans belt - ACCESSORIZE

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Square Buckle Wide Waist Belt- ACCESSORIZE

 

Now that you have a glimpse of what is to come you might not be so sad of saying goodbye to summer and welcoming beautiful autumn.

Published in Blog
Saturday, 21 July 2018 12:03

How to wear neutrals in summer outfit

Summer is mostly associated with vivid colours, bright tones and shiny things. This also refers to our clothes. When to wear pink, yellow and coral red if not during the warmest part of the year?

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Summer is the perfect time to embrace colour and mix things up from your usual navy and black winter wardrobe.

Published in Fashion
Wednesday, 20 June 2018 09:30

Caivo

Caivo is a luxury new brand, specialising in handmade hair jewellery for special occasions like weddings, proms and even a day at the races. We use a variety of materials including fine crystals like Swarovski.

Caivo’s first piece started with the wedding of a Polish designer Katarzyna Rychter, who recently graduated from an Art University in Kalisz. She could not find the right jewellery for her hair. So Katarzyna together with Iwona Rychter designed and created the perfect piece for her special day. Later on the uniqueness and high quality of Caivo’s designs brought a lot of interest from brides to be in Poland and abroad.

Caivo’s products are designed and made in Poland. Although the company was set up in Nottingham, England by Timothy Novak who is a family member and now the managing director of the company.

The team in Poland is made up of Katarzyna Rychter the designer, and her mother in-law Iwona Rychter who has many years of experience with jewellery production and quality assessing. In England Iwona’s brother Timothy worked closely with the Creative Manager Kat Puchowska and Marie McLaughlin the Operation Manager to launch the website, social media and promote the brand. Kat Puchowska is a graduate in Fashion Photography at Nottingham Trent University, and has been able to draw on her own experience from being involved in the fashion industry and photography projects.

Along with the new jewellery collection of luxury tiaras and combs, Caivo offers bespoke designs at the “Just for you” section online for the customers who require something with that extra individuality to complement their special occasions.

www.caivo.co.uk

Published in Designers
Thursday, 14 June 2018 11:38

Cultured vs. Natural Pearls: What Gives?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that pearls are very much back in style right now.

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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 08:56

Nasra Mamoun

Nasra Mamoun is a jewellery designer who has been creating hand-made jewellery for over twenty years. After graduating with a BSc in Geology from Yarmouk University, Jordan, she moved to the UK and her career path took her away from Geology but she has retained a link with designing and making jewellery made primarily from stirling silver and semi-precious stones. She is married to Sudanese artist and photographer Issam Abdelhafiez.

Born in the Sudan to an artistic family, her father, the late Hussein Shariffe was an artist and film director and both he and her mother, Shama Al Siddig have hugely influenced her love and appreciation of colour and design. Her fascination with gem stones began during her student years and she started stringing beads together and gradually progressed to silversmithing. Her creations are unique jewellery pieces that are a pleasure to wear “.

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Thursday, 05 April 2018 19:41

What is Old May Never Fade

Classically Inspired Fashion to Incorporate this 2018.

Published in Fashion
Wednesday, 28 March 2018 19:06

How To Choose The Perfect Amethyst Rings

There are so many collections when you are choosing rings, but amethyst rings have become a favourite among jewellery lovers.

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Having the right piece of jewellery can make or break an outfit.

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Thursday, 04 January 2018 12:23

How to Pack Like a Fashion Editor

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Most people in the world would tell you that they love travelling, but hate packing. Perhaps the only people fond of the packing process are Monica-types (Friends), although it’s highly doubtful there are many of these outside the fictitious realm. However, whether you’re an avid traveler who lives out of their suitcase, or even if you travel only for holidays, mastering the art of packing is essential for everyone.

Now, who better to take cues from in this department than fashion editors? Not only do they travel frequently, but they also know clothes and beauty inside out, which makes them THE people to turn to, so let’s.

Two Birds, One Stone

Two birds one stone
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One of the most ingenious packing tricks is rolling. Yes, roll your clothes instead of folding them. This way, not only do you maximize the space in your suitcase, thus leaving plenty of room for your accessories and beauty supplies, but you also avoid the dreaded creasing and wrinkling. Whether you’re going away on business or on holiday, the last thing you need is a suitcase full of clothes that you have to either iron or go around looking like something from the clearance bin.

Save The Dust Cloth Bags

Save the dust cloth bags

When you purchase a purse or a pair of shoes, they usually come with a dust cloth bag. Don’t dispose of these, as they will save your life and luggage. Place your bags and your chosen footwear in these before placing them in the suitcase so as to prevent them from coming into contact with your clothes. That helps keep everything neat and clean, plus, it helps the shoes and bags from being squished. Bring an extra one, it will come really handy for separating dirty laundry.

Pre-plan Is The Name Of The Game

Pre plan is the name of the game

There are two kinds of travelers – those who over-pack and end up not wearing the majority of items they carried and those who under-pack and end up missing pieces to create an outfit. In order to avoid either situation, always pre-plan your outfits. A perfect top won’t do you any good if there’s nothing you can pair it with, right? Always make sure to pack a couple of elegant designer dresses, as you never know when the opportunity to wear them will arise. Every trip comes with certain surprises, so always be prepared.

Now, if you’re staying somewhere for an extended period of time, there is little chance you’ll be able to pack a number of separate outfits to last you the entire trip. This is why it’s always a good idea to decide on a color scheme. This is one of the best tricks because non-clashing prints and color palettes go well together, so you’ll be able to mix and match and make outfits seem fresh even when they’re created using a limited number of elements.

All Those Jewels

All those jewels

With the clothes come accessories, but one of the biggest hassles is preventing necklaces from getting tangled. Your best bet is to pack them in plastic wraps. Press 'n Seal is the absolute best choice as this wrap sticks together when you press it, ensuring that necklaces don’t come anywhere near one another. 

Beauty On The Go

Beauty on the go

Investing on lip palettes is always a great idea because it gives you plenty of lip color options without having to carry ten separate tubes. When it comes to the rest of your makeup, always bring your go-to foundation (you don’t want to take chances here), mascara, and your must-have eyeshadow palette. The best thing you can do is pack double-duty products such as bronzer and blush as these can serve as eyeshadow and save you from having to pack an entire palette.

Avoid anything that comes in a glass bottle because there’s always the danger of it leaking or breaking. Refillable plastic bottles are always a wonderful option if you don’t want to purchase travel size creams and skincare essentials. Finally, travel size shampoo, conditioner, lotion is a must, unless you’re comfortable with hotel toiletries.

Written by Sophia Smith

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