Monday morning. . .
Having been without internet for the weekend, I’m just now catching up on what went on. I moved house, y’see, which is an ordeal in itself, although I have epic wardrobe space, which pleases me muchly. But back to you! …
Having been without internet for the weekend, I’m just now catching up on what went on. I moved house, y’see, which is an ordeal in itself, although I have epic wardrobe space, which pleases me muchly. But back to you! Did anyone go to Sonia Rykiel at H&M? I hear it’s sold out – but would love to hear from anyone who made the effort to get down there.
If you don’t subscribe to Asos‘s newsletter, do it. (Disclaimer: this is not a sponsored post. I will happily endorse Asos because I think it is Galliano’s gift to online shoppers, or some such ilk.) I have a point here, despite these digressions – Asos does the best little newsletter, with new products, and then a handy little segment on how to work a specific look. Today’s advice column?
The Burberry coat is just gorgeous – and was just as gorgeous on Billie Piper, remember?! But I especially love Look #1. The problem with these kinds of things is, aside from the fact that it makes it look like anyone can wear anything (in an ideal world, this would be true but, sadly, it is not), it makes me want to buy entire identikit outfits, and I’m sure that there are an average of 2,375 people with the exact same idea in the UK or Ireland.
Finally, Breffni got back to us on Wardrobe Mayhem (part two), to say thanks – and that she’s now considering covering or dyeing her shoes. Glad we could be of some assistance, let us know how things go – and, better yet, email your details and photographs to vows [at] irishtimes.com and we could feature you in the magazine. Hurrah!
(As an addendum to the finally, someone nominated us for an Irish Blog Award! So, whether or not Fash Mob gets shortlisted, a huge thank you, and thanks for reading, and commenting, and sorry I don’t wash my hair enough, and so on and so forth.)