Torn between the latest trends on the High St but then disappointed when the clothes just don't look the same on you? On a budget but desire the most expensive designer brands and labels? It is true that in general more expensive clothes look better, fit better, are made of better fabric (not always the case) and tend to last longer, all the reasons why a small collection of fantastic black ready to wear staples and accessories is the only way to go if disposable fast fashion is not for you when it comes to key pieces.
Stylish millennials have already taken the athleisure trend and ran with it. So you've heard about athleisure and athleisurewear but what exactly is it and how do we style the athleisure look? Making the styling transition from skinny trousers, joggers or printed palazzo pants will take 20 years off and here's how you do it.
Loads of clothes but nothing to wear? Love to shop but struggle to style? Why not sort out, reduce and revamp your wardrobe once and for all, build something instead that works for your lifestyle day to day and allows you to put outfits together quickly and easily with complete confidence?
Stepping into Rescue, (no ordinary womens clothes shop Leicester) but a professional stylist studio full of recycled designer fashion used for photo styling. Active fashion is where its at so at Venus Cow you get The PBL, a little bit of Hollywood, affordable luxury second hand designer clothes and whole lot of common sense. Our objective, you leave feeling confident, fabulous and ready to take on the world with something you adore on a budget. Who wouldn't want a piece of that?
When the fashion designers of the future are choosing a small Brit brand over the bigger names with even bigger marketing reach you know you are doing something right.
Shirley gave up sex along with chocolate, meat, caffeine, alcohol when she lost her fortune and had to start again in 2005. As one of the only non religious celibacy experts UK she joined journalist and broadcaster Emma Barnett on her BBC Five Live radio show to chat about sex over 60. If you missed it and wish to catch up click the link.
The broadcast triggered a much wider debate on twitter @emmabarnett which got Shirley thinking. In this post she poses some important questions about our sometimes rigid views, our choices and our behaviour when it comes to sex and explains, as someone who practises not religious abstinence, the reasons behind this celibacy personal choice these days.