Dress up | Dress down”A dress and trainers is a bit of a go-to for me; it takes the hassle out a morning routine and not having to ask, ‘does this go with that?’” says Sophie Warburton, Style Director at The Telegraph and founder of homeware retailer Host. “The icy blue is surprisingly kind to
Dress upDress downwith Frankie Graddon“I have to admit, I’m usually a bit of a trousers-phobe, however, this season’s focus on tailoring has made me reconsider,” says Frankie Graddon, fashion and beauty journalist and co-founder of The Wingwoman. “There’s something powerful about wearing a fabulous trouser suit. With a great cut and fit, it’s one of
Dress up Dress down. with Serena Hood“The key to transitional dressing is layering,” says Serena Hood, former executive fashion director at British Vogue. “A dress you might usually wear for evening can be dressed down with a poloneck and trainer.” A self-confessed dress obsessive (Serena’s Instagram @serena_hood is a gallery
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