Spring may be refusing to, er, spring, but it is still possible to turn up the heat with some of the most summery floral prints and sizzling hot colours in the stores.
As wedding season is approaching, please allow us to drop in a few suggestions for making your day even greener. And no, we are not talking about the green of envy that will be on everyone's faces when they see how gorgeous you are...
The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race is this Saturday, and the bad news is that light showers are forecasted and it's going to be cold. With less-than-optimal conditions, is it worth the effort? Or are there replacement activities delivering more bang for your buck?
The day I have been waiting for has arrived. No, I am not talking about Zara and Massimo Dutti finally opening in the Wharf (which has brought me immense pleasure), but Banana Republic, after two years of waiting, opens today.
Valentine's Day has been and gone, and maybe you got a pants present. That is, an immaculately wrapped presentation box containing layers of tissue paper with expensive lingerie. Not underwear, lingerie.
In our first instalment about The New Spend Less Revolution, we looked at why we're in this spend-happy culture, and what we could do about it. Now, we're going to check out the best 20 tips from Rebecca Ash's very helpful book.
As much as we like a good deal, we also like individuality. Hence, we regularly pick up things on our travels, and spend more than we should on international shipping. It's a never-ending quest, but one which we love.
When it comes to belt-tightening, the City isn't filled with early adopters. But now that it's time, we know what we have to do (even if we hate it). With tips from Rebecca Ash's book, this is the first of two articles on spending less without suffering too much.
See, we're looking out for you! So don't forget. It's not too late to get that card, pop it in the mail, or even better, arrange for flowers to be delivered to her home or office on Friday. And if that's not enough, we've got a gift list below.
In a week when Lily Allen was hailed a fashion-forward icon and Chambord the drink of choice, you would be forgiven for thinking the world had gone mad. But this was no ordinary week. Yes readers, once again this was London Fashion Week...