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The White Shirt- Natalie Bridges for sisters & Co

October 28, 2014

You just can't beat a crisp white shirt. I always think of the graceful and timeless Christy Turlington who is known for her fresh white shirt aesthetic.   When I'm stuck for what to wear, I think classic, and you can't get more classic or chic than a white shirt. It's one of the most versatile pieces of clothing I know- evoke a safari feel when worn with wide pants, be super slick and pair it with cigarette pants, or take it up a notch and power dress it tucked into a pencil skirt.   The white shirt will take you everywhere, effortlessly. I go for ones with a bit of structure because they'll lend themselves to all of the... Continue Reading →

A rare insight into true glamour- Natalie Bridges for Sisters & Co

October 22, 2014

If we all lived in London, we'd be heading straight to the V&A right now to see the highly anticipated exhibition of Horst P Horst. Google him (as they say) and you'll instantly recognise his work. Noted as possibly the most glamorous photographer of the 20th Century he's known for his intimate and revealing photos of well-known personalities in their home environments. He created beautiful portraits, but I love his lavish interior photos that usually include their inhabitants who are famous and suberbly stylish. One of my favorites is of the late Yves Saint Laurent in his garden in Marrakech, Morocco- laying nonchalantly amongst a patchwork of well-worn, brightly coloured rugs. Yves Saint Laurent in his garden in Marrakech, Morocco... Continue Reading →

Punky Pastels- Natalie Bridges for Sisters & Co

October 17, 2014

Punky Pastels-  Hit by Cover Love My penchant for pastels has been reinvigorated by the latest cover of British Vogue for November. Taylor Swift shows how pastels can be edgy.  Donning a pink leather bomber over a baby blue vest in a chunky knit, the contrast of pretty colours in rich, heavy forms make for a spectacular look. Taylor is ravishing with her punky hair do- the long limbs and to-die-for legs help too. I haven't been the biggest fan of Taylor, but seeing her rock this look, along with editor Alexandra Shulman's glowing editorial about her in the initial pages of this latest issue, has given me a bit of a crush. The key to... Continue Reading →

The Meaning Of Fashion- Natalie Bridges for Sisters & Co

October 15, 2014

  For me, clothes are far more than just pieces of fabric we put on our backs. Fashion always tells a story about society and the age in which they're worn: the economic conditions, the social status of women (or lack of it), the zeitgeist, the predominant sentiments.  Clothes are the outward means of expressing ourselves. That can entail artifice or honesty, but they allow us to be who we want to be on the outside and can have an immense affect on the way we feel on the inside. I dress to feel glamorous on a miserable day. I put heels on when I want to feel empowered, and I wear florals when I want to feel... Continue Reading →

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