Winter and Christmas season
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The best and the worst are to come.
The coldest days and the most brutal weather is still to come but we have holidays and party time on the horizon.
There are some fabulous fashions around to flatter every figure for every occasion. So whether you're sledging with the kids and need an over-sized quilted or heading for glamor with a little black dress - there's something for everyone.
4 great ways to style a Chunky Knit sweater so you can ring the changes and completely change your look.
you're using an old favorite or looking for a sure-fire winner this
season, a cream or Winter white sweater is the most versatile in your
wardrobe and set to become your go-to Winter essential.
Looking to step up your style? Here are some easy tips to follow and make sure that you do yourself justice and look good in the Winter chills that are on their way!
Nothing to wear for the Big Day? Need to take your usual look from casual to party?
Whether you're celebrating at home or straight from the office, with just a few simple accessories you can rev up your style.
Check out this guest post from Claire Kennedy of Sewing Artistry.
Christmas sparkle - we all love it - but what colors do you choose to dress your home for the Holidays.
you follow fashion and the newest trend or, like most of us, do you
find yourself instinctively drawn to a particular color theme - it usually starts with Silver or Gold!
The first Christmas song on the radio and, suddenly,
everything goes on red alert. Why are women programmed to panic?
Feet up, a cup of coffee and think about all the events that are already
booked or might arise in the lead up to Christmas – drinks with
dinner, New Year’s Eve, local nativity play, not forgetting ... read more....
DRESS for the OFFICE PARTY shows how you can look forward to and really enjoy this annual event. But with just a few cautionary notes thrown in!
A big thank you to my friend and colleague Ann Reinton who has allowed me to adapt parts of her article 'Office Party Etiquette'
Dreading the office Christmas party? It's that time of year again and it's easy to run away put your head down and try to avoid it altogether.
Whatever your reason for wanting to avoid the event there are ways to cope.
Now it may seem strange to encourage you
to forget New Year Resolutions - but come on - whoever invented them
must have been a bit of a masochist, January 1st is not the best time!
new goals is a very positive thing to do but what about the
achievements of the OLD YEAR. A year in most of our lives includes joy
and sadness - do you appreciate and value yourself for the storms you've
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