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Dare To Bare? Jaimie Did!

            Too much chest? Too much leg? This has always been a dilemma for many women around the world but luckily for me, I always had my mum to guide me in the right direction and remind me that some things were better left to the imagination. This was obviously [...]

The standard trench is not so standard anymore…

If you haven’t seen it, you should immediately Google it. And no, I’m not talking about Beyonce’s Superbowl performance again (oh-em-gee how good was it?) This time, I’m talking about trench coats, and lots of them. Yes I know, someone says trench coat and you immediately want to shout, ‘Sherlock!’ Or ‘Romeo Beckham!’ In my [...]

Wardrobe Must Have: The Blazer

If there’s one thing every girl should have at least one of in their wardrobe, then it’s the blazer. If you don’t have one, well, you simply don’t know what your missing!  The blazer is an absolute wardrobe must have for any fashionista or style addict.   The best thing about blazers is that they [...]

Stripes: Dos and Don’ts

Blue and white, black and white or grey or white, stripes have become a staple in fashion. Inspired by sailor and French fashion from the likes of Popeye the sailor man and Jean Seberg, stripes have truly transformed style in its own right inspiring many high street fashion heavy weights such as Topshop, River Island, [...]

Trend Alert: Bustier Corset Style Tops

Underwear worn as outer garments are fast becoming very popular in the clubs and party circuits around the city. Celebrity rock chick Taylor Momsen loves this look and can be seen rocking this on a daily basis even though she does face her share of criticisms because of it, but it does take a lot [...]

On Trend: Wedge Boots

The wedge boot, by far, has to be one of the greatest shoe types around. It’s very rare to find a shoe that not only looks chic, glamorous & super stylish, but actually provides comfort, practicality and even adds extra height to us ladies on the smaller side! The wedge boot has long been dominant, [...]