As a smaller lady, you need to be careful what shapes that you wear to make sure that you don’t drown your petite frame.
For outerwear, your best shapes are cropped, figure-hugging jackets and coats that finish at the waist and compliment your smaller proportions.  Try to avoid shapeless and baggy outerwear as these will tend to drown your figure.
For denim, lighter-coloured skinny jeans will really suit you as the lighter colour will make your legs appear longer and nude heels will give you some height as well as help elongate your legs!
Take a closer look and inject some pastel colours from our Candy Girl collection > 
Elizabeth Diamond Print Peplum Top
Bethany Skinny Fit Denim Jeans
Melody Beige Patent Court Heels
Tracy Sequin Detail Chain Trim Knitted Jacket

As a smaller lady, you need to be careful what shapes that you wear to make sure that you don’t drown your petite frame.

For outerwear, your best shapes are cropped, figure-hugging jackets and coats that finish at the waist and compliment your smaller proportions.  Try to avoid shapeless and baggy outerwear as these will tend to drown your figure.

For denim, lighter-coloured skinny jeans will really suit you as the lighter colour will make your legs appear longer and nude heels will give you some height as well as help elongate your legs!

Take a closer look and inject some pastel colours from our Candy Girl collection > 

Posted on Wednesday, February 15th 2012

As a taller lady, you may find it difficult to find the perfect shape coat to compliment your figure!  Luckily for you, you can wear most jacket and coat types but the best shape for you will be long fitting and loose shapes.  These will draw the eye down the body and the length will be in proportion to your height.
Update your winter wardrobe with some spring colours with pastel huesfrom our Candy Girl collection!  With your long legs you will look amazing in a pair candy-coloured skinny jeans and tunic tops will make your body look in proportion.  If you want to wear a heel but not tower over everyone, try out a lower heel with the Tasha Nude Patent Block Heel Bow Trim Ballet Pumps!
Take a closer look > >
Carol Longer Length Jacket
Suzie Satin Skinny Belted Trouser 
Ashlie All Over Lace Tunic
Tasha Nude Patent Block Heel Bow Trim Ballet Pumps

As a taller lady, you may find it difficult to find the perfect shape coat to compliment your figure!  Luckily for you, you can wear most jacket and coat types but the best shape for you will be long fitting and loose shapes.  These will draw the eye down the body and the length will be in proportion to your height.

Update your winter wardrobe with some spring colours with pastel huesfrom our Candy Girl collection!  With your long legs you will look amazing in a pair candy-coloured skinny jeans and tunic tops will make your body look in proportion.  If you want to wear a heel but not tower over everyone, try out a lower heel with the Tasha Nude Patent Block Heel Bow Trim Ballet Pumps!

Take a closer look > >

Posted on Wednesday, February 15th 2012

With the new season trends flooding the high street we’re eager to translate these in to our own styles and rid our wardrobes of winter warmers but with the weather not quite holding its own just yet how do you wear springs trends now? 
The answer: Winter proof your spring trends with a transitional jacket, add some black tights and chunky boots and you’re ready to take on the trends. From Florals to Sports Luxe, Vintage Affair to Print Mash Up, if it’s a trend, there’s a coat or jacket to suit.
This amazing Jenny velvet blazer is not only a wardrobe staple, but looks great teamed with springs 40’s inspired pieces. Add some brogues and socks for a transitional take on the trend.
Take a floral blouse and add a touch of leather with a jacket. Toughening up your florals will instantly add a seasonal feel and makes this trend accessible sooner. Add some PU trousers or skinny jeans and a chunky heel for celeb style tough florals.
A parka is the perfect winter cover up, throw it on over anything and you’ll stay dry and warm in the January weather. We’re teaming ours with the new Sports trend. With its luxurious fabrics and bright colours the parka is the perfect addition to fast forward to spring.

With the new season trends flooding the high street we’re eager to translate these in to our own styles and rid our wardrobes of winter warmers but with the weather not quite holding its own just yet how do you wear springs trends now?

The answer: Winter proof your spring trends with a transitional jacket, add some black tights and chunky boots and you’re ready to take on the trends. From Florals to Sports Luxe, Vintage Affair to Print Mash Up, if it’s a trend, there’s a coat or jacket to suit.

This amazing Jenny velvet blazer is not only a wardrobe staple, but looks great teamed with springs 40’s inspired pieces. Add some brogues and socks for a transitional take on the trend.

Take a floral blouse and add a touch of leather with a jacket. Toughening up your florals will instantly add a seasonal feel and makes this trend accessible sooner. Add some PU trousers or skinny jeans and a chunky heel for celeb style tough florals.

A parka is the perfect winter cover up, throw it on over anything and you’ll stay dry and warm in the January weather. We’re teaming ours with the new Sports trend. With its luxurious fabrics and bright colours the parka is the perfect addition to fast forward to spring.

Posted on Thursday, January 12th 2012

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