The word bohemian is often thrown around here and there where it comes to defining style and expressing wardrobes. But what actually is it?
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The unpredictability of British Summer weather sees us flee to warmer waters for a week or two of tanning bliss. We all deserve a little bit of luxury before we return to the grindstone and the familiar pitter-patter of rain.
So, your daughter, or son, is getting married – congratulations! It’s time to get swept away in the excitement and romance and work towards creating the most beautiful day.
It’s wedding season, and time for you to find the perfect outfit that will stay framed in the lucky couple’s wedding album for the rest of their lives. No pressure. If your wedding invitation hasn’t come with a dress code, knowing what to wear can be a little tricky – and getting it wrong is completely unforgivable. So let us help.
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I appreciate this isn't the usual Frocks' blog but as we are, today, remembering the terrorist attacks on London of exactly 10 years ago. I woke up this morning and wanted to write down some personal memories of that horrific day. I hope you don't mind.
It’s that time of year again – strawberries, Pimms, sunshine and sports. The 2015 Wimbledon season is in full swing, and if you’re lucky enough to be going or to already be sitting in the stands, you’re in for a treat. But what’s a girl to wear to an event like this?
Today is Charter Fair Day in Thrapston, and the sun is out especially.
Knowing what to wear any time can be tricky, let alone planning for an event like the Royal Ascot. This timeless event is one of the highlights of the British racing season, and over 5 days, 300,000 people flock to this event, consuming over 170,000 bottles of champagne!