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daily style inspiration: longest winter ever

Forget about white Christmases, at this chilly rate we’re likely to have a white Easter instead. There are only a handful of things I like about cold weather – of which I’m rapidly forgetting – but the clothes are definitely…

daily style inspiration: lady louche

It’s been ages since I’ve shared my daily style inspiration, but when I saw this picture below, I knew things were getting back on track. I’d love to wear this today – under lots of chunky knits, an a duvet…

daily style inspiration: any brogue won’t do

I bought my first pair of brogues in my teens. They were made for men because back then the gals preferred Mary Janes. I wore them (black, plain, too wide for my feet) with a pair of white scrunched down…

daily style inspiration: spring layers

It’s that time of the year. The weather is confused, which makes deciding what to wear a little challenging. Layers are the answer. Boots and shirts and jumpers, oh my. More style inspiration here and here. See all Daily Style posts here.

daily style inspiration: the anti-peacock

Earlier this week, the lovely Navaz (of Disney Roller Girl) highlighted an article by Suzy Menkes for the New York Times’ T magazine. In it the doyenne of sartorial scribblers rails against peacocking and how bloggers blatantly accept bribes for coverage. I’m…

daily style inspiration: frontier

It’s snowing again. I have to leave the house. I’m a pioneer and this is what I want to wear (plus thermals and crutches, naturally).

daily style inspiration: confused

A faux spring has descended on London: the snow has thawed, the sun is quick to shine through April-esque downpours, and today the mercury may hit the balmy double digits. The result? I’m vacillating between a practical coat/hat/gloves combo and the…

daily style inspiration: understatement

I’m not sure how she’s doing it. Statement necklaces. Statement hat. Statement rings. Statement frills. Statement hair. Statement face. And it adds up to what? Understated chic. Go figure. Like reading an Anne Tyler novel, the result is more than the sum of…