• Make the most of the summer sales

    Posted on September 11th, 2012

    Ok, summer may be on the way out (sob), but that’s no reason to be down. Why not get a head start on next year’s wardrobe? It’s the time of year when shops are getting rid of their summer stock and bringing in clothes for the new season, and that means you could snap up […]

  • Give your duffle some love

    Posted on September 6th, 2012

    It’s the time of year when we’re starting to relegate our winter clothes to the back of the wardrobe, and if the winter gave you a chill chances are your trusty duffle came in handy. It was there for you when you needed it most, keeping out the cold whilst giving you a stylish edge, […]

  • Cut a bold shape with a peplum

    Posted on September 4th, 2012

    This season there are plenty of styles you need to be on the lookout for, and arguably one of the biggest is the peplum. This shape has been around for a while but only now is it really making an impact, with catwalks and high streets alike being full of this surprisingly wearable shape. So […]

  • Summer Storage Solutions

    Posted on August 31st, 2012

    A change in season means a change in wardrobe, and with spring/summer rapidly approaching you’re going to need a few storage solutions under your belt. Proper storage is the only way to make sure your beloved knits, coats and duffles will be ready and waiting when the weather starts to turn again, so don’t risk […]

  • Key Winter Trends

    Posted on August 28th, 2012

    We may be biased, but we don’t think you can beat a duffle coat for a bit of stylish winter wear. The perfect coat to see you through anything the great British weather can throw at you it can be dressed up or down for use in any occasion necessary, and it seems the fashion […]

  • Duffel coat, Australia: Pleased to meet you!

    Posted on August 24th, 2012

    Vintage mania in Australia seems like a strange contradiction. Despite being ‘down under’, Australia is Britain’s closest neighbour in terms of language, culture and infrastructure. Quintessential relics of our former colonial days are still alive today in many aspects of American and Canadian culture; the infamous Southern tea parties, the irritating use of now defunct […]

  • Blockbuster Coats for Autumn and Winter

    Posted on August 21st, 2012

    In most of our minds, summer is still in full swing. However, when it comes to fashion, everything works in advance. So, while we might all be thinking about which swim suit to buy or whether to wear that crazy sun hat, the fashion industry is way ahead of us – autumn and winter trends […]

  • Grab some charity shop bargains

    Posted on August 14th, 2012

    There’s nothing quite like being able to grab a bargain, and whilst the high street is awash with mid-season sales and new season offerings that doesn’t mean you can’t think outside the box. If you want to find the ultimate bargain then going to charity shops would be ideal, but don’t think it’s all old-lady […]

  • Be prepared for autumn with the short duffle

    Posted on August 7th, 2012

    Ok, summer may be finally making an appearance, but that’s no reason to get complacent. Yes, you need to get out there and enjoy the sunshine while it lasts but remember that autumn isn’t that far away, so it’s time to get prepared. Your regular autumn/winter coat could well have started seeing better days and […]

  • Enjoy a little luxury with a leather jacket

    Posted on July 31st, 2012

    Sometimes there’s nothing better than having a little luxury in your wardrobe, and it doesn’t get much more luxurious than a leather jacket. And, now’s the perfect time of year to get some wear out of it too—you don’t want to risk it being ruined in a winter downpour, but with clearer skies (we’re being […]

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