For some people its chocolate or hot chips, but for me its a healthy dose of stylish boho interiors that gets me drooling! The magic of an ancient, perfectly faded tapestry made in the dunes of Morocco makes me want to pack up and live the gypsy life -even traipse the desert on a camel.
Today we wrap up our spring racing fashion edits with one of the most stylish events on the racing calendar, Crown Oaks Day. Commonly referred to as ‘Ladies day’, Oaks day fashion is a chance for the girls to impress with elegant and feminine frocks and statement millinery.
One lady who knows a thing or two
It’s been a long cold winter but now that there’s finally some warmth in the sun, my styling aspirations are moving outside and I’m wondering how to give my somewhat weather-worn outdoor entertaining area a much needed overhaul in time for summer. At the top of my must-have list is colour. A full blown riot
I’ve been everywhere, man! I’ve been to Abingdon, Oxford, London, Canterbury, Whitstable, Liverpool, Loughborough, Bakewell, Chatsworth, Macclesfield. Over ten towns and cities in nine days…yup, that’s what happens when your hubby is a pom with rellies spread all over the country! So, with a packed itinerary and cheap hire car rates, what better way is
Otherwise known as the race that stops a nation, Melbourne Cup day is the most recognised and colourful event on the Spring Racing Calendar. It’s also the stylish playground for the thousands of fashionistas that pour into Flemington each year, proudly showcasing their statement making race wear.
Traditionally focused around colour and print, Cup Day fashion