One huge driver of fashion in the 70s was its music scene. From Disco to Pop Rock and from Country to Punk Rock; a plethora of alternative clashing music styles came together to create beautiful, bold fashion pieces perfect for revamping your wardrobe.
We’re big fans of the humble avocado. Not only does it taste delicious (try it chopped over chilli or mashed on toast – yum), but avocado is also packed with good fats that are essential for healthy skin, hair and nails and a whole load of potassium to make you feel great, too.
As I travel between two cities for work and grew up on the coast the skill of purposeful holiday packing is one I’ve mastered. These days I rarely find myself bringing things I don’t actually use.
Getting enough sleep is one of the most important ways to keep healthy, so it’s crucial you buy the right duvet to aid your slumber.
It’s important your little ones get their much needed sleep. Getting into a routine is crucial.
Whether it skims just below the knee or hangs mid-calf, the versatile midi-dress can see you through different seasons and flatter many figures – making it a staple piece in French wardrobes. And the classic shirt dress offers even more styling ideas.
Dip your toes into 1970s style with 3 summer essentials and holiday fashion advice from mum-of-two and fashion blogger Anne-Marie of Catwalk School Gates.
Who says pampering is just for the spa or a lazy Sunday evening? Not us, that’s for sure. We’re following the French lead – skin, hair and nails should be treated like royalty every day of the week, not just on special occasions. From luxurious facial oils to pretty mani/pedis, here’s our weekly pamper routine.
Not quite ready to give up your winter comfort food in favour of summer’s salads and smoothies? Don’t worry – a French beef bourguignon is deliciously decadent for those days when the wind’s still howling. Here’s our tried-and-tested recipe.