August is one of the trickiest months sartorially speaking. This year has been one of the most difficult in London at least weatherwise. It is beginning to feel like autumn already and my summer dresses have been languishing in my wardrobe since my return from France. Yet somehow I am not quite ready to dive into the new season’s shapes and colours.
BUY NOW WEAR LATER:
My formula is to keep things simple and invest in items that I can wear now and adapt for autumn…………
I just fell in love with this photograph from my favourite French magazine “La Femme Majuscule”. I thought I would have some fun and re-create a similar look. So I dug out my pink jacket with lace insets. I have worn it on several occasions since I bought it to wear at my son’s wedding three years ago.
Next Monday we are planning a trip to York. We will be staying three days at the Grays Court Hotel then two days on the Yorkshire coast near Whitby. This will be my first visit to The city of York I am looking forward to exploring this beautiful city, rich in ancient history.
The usual dilemma. What to pack for a short break in a UK city during our mercurial summer? One minute sun the next rain. Temperatures fluctuating daily if not hourly.
Why is it that eyelashes and eyebrows tend to get sparser as we get older. Well the hair on our brows and lashes is a lot like the hair on our heads. There’s a natural growth phase and rate of shedding. It typically takes at least three months for each hair to grow back.
Here are five bad habits that might be causing damage to your precious eyelashes…….