As Christmas is only around the corner, many people will participate in that last-minute scramble for presents. However, it is not just presents for family and friends we have to worry about, but also what we’re going to wear. Many people will buy special outfits for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and St. Stephen’s Day, but is there too much pressure to find the perfect outfit to be photographed in beside the Christmas tree?
By nature the words sustainability and trends are at complete odds with each other. One supports the fair treatment of workers and the sourcing of organic and recycled materials while the other encourages consumers to buy cheap and buy fast, throwing last months must-haves into landfill.Despite this there are some large brands that have emerged to provide sustainable options to their customers.
Regardless of where you work, Christmas work parties are an annual opportunity for employees to showcase their character through what they decide to wear.
From bumbags to graphic t-shirts, so many streetwear trends have been making a splash this year in both the catwalk and the high street, but none more so than the sneaker.
For busy students, online clothes shopping is a lifesaver. Gillain Hogan finds out where to get the best value for money.
Autumn can be easily defined as the best season to serve up an abundance of style throughout the streets.