Are you looking for some inspiring trends to get you through the summer season? As the temperature rises, it’s a great excuse to update last year’s tired outfits and equip yourself for your vacation. Here is what is hot right now, for the warmest season of the year.
Ah, the dreaded holiday wardrobe. It’s always an absolute nightmare, trying to work out what you do and don’t need, what you can survive without and what you really shouldn’t be taking at all.
According to research from Samsung Electronics, 2014 is set to be the year that the wearables sector begins making a significant economic impact with its predicted value across the UK, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands expected to hit £924.2 million by the end of the year.
New research from Monarch Airlines reveals Brits’ ski habits and slope etiquette.
Winterwear doesn’t need to be boring as proven by Bristol’s much loved local charity shop chain St Peter’s Hospice whose hidden designer gems on the racks are providing people all over the city with an exciting new-season wardrobe.
The popularity of vintage fashion has reached an all-time high and Channel 4’s latest documentary ‘This Old Thing’ has encouraged even more people to spread their fashion wings and venture into vintage clothing shops across the UK.
Samsung and Swarovski release the Samsung Gear S Strap, the latest addition to its “Swarovski for Samsung” collection.
New sales figures from retailer Debenhams reveal women are ditching their itsy bitsy bikinis in favour of feminine 1950s high-waisted briefs and swimsuits, whilst men are revealing more on the beach than ever before.
For the first time in decades sales of three piece suits have overtaken sales of two piece options at department store Debenhams.
Radisson Blu Edwardian, Bloomsbury Street is preparing to welcome the elite of menswear fashion as the Official Hotel of London Collections: Men. This year, the 147-room hotel will launch its own designer showcase – the Bloomsbury Street Set – as part of its role which it has held since the twice-annual celebration of British men’s talent began.
The high school prom is one American import that is sweeping the nation and costing UK parents a packet. According to new research from Gocompare.com, 83% of 16 to 19 year olds in the UK have had, or are going to have, a high school prom, an increase of over a third from 59% last year.
The return of the hit series, Mad Men, has prompted a retro revival in home, beauty and grooming purchases on Amazon.co.uk.
Socks and sandals, streaky fake tan and swimwear a size too small have been named on a list of the most common fashion faux pas.
Trainers are no longer just for the gym.High street retailer Debenhams reports sales of sports shoes are soaring as celebrities and fashionista’s embrace the latest trainer-led trend.
Fashion and style, where would we be without them? Badly dressed with no concept of what is trending probably. We constantly look to other people to make suggestions on what is fashionable, in terms of clothes, hobbies and activities, rather than making up our own minds.
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