In the interest of transparency, this post is not sponsored. I left my local M&S recently feeling inspired so I wanted to dedicate this post to them and what I love to shop from their new season pieces.
#BalanceForBetter on International Women’s Day with Wordery
Ad| That means a gender-balanced government (hi Theresa May) and gender-balanced media coverage (here’s looking at you to fix up MailOnline). It also means a gender-balance of employees. A gender balance in sports coverage (can you name 3 women England football players?).
I’d say it was around three years ago that blazers had a revival. Suddenly we saw the high street explode with them in every shape, size, colour and fabric. Today we each probably own a couple. It’s definitely become a staple that we update every season.
Those with bigger hips and chest know that it’s sometimes really difficult to dress for your shape. Anything that hangs over our waist can make us look frumpy and anything too tight just doesn’t look right.
When I had a look around I realised that I’d been missing out on a whole world of new dresses! Extra dresses! I noticed that the high street have really stepped it up a notch, taking lots of cool new inspiration from runway trends.
Sometimes a girl just wants to make her legs look a little bit longer. I’m on the taller side (thanks for the genes mum) and although I’m not unhappy with my leg length per se, I do sometimes like to enhance them.
Before I moved to London I used to be obsessed with London style. I always imagined these power women. They’d be walking around in designer dresses and smart coats. Their heels would be to die for and expensive handbags would adorn their arms…