‘Luxury Outlet Village’ three little words that I love to hear but that leave my husband rushing to hide the credit card. Last week I was lucky enough to visit the matriarch of all outlets, Bicester Village in Oxfordshire. I’d spent the past nine months (since we moved to the South) eager to visit, so to say I was excited would be a vast understatement.
I spent a delightful evening yesterday at my-wardrobe’s London headquarters, sipping Champagne, scoffing cupcakes and slowly working my way through the AW12 collections on display in their showroom. Surrounded by beautiful dresses, bold jewellery and statement bags was my idea of an evening well spent!
on Tuesday, 14 February 2012.
Posted in TV, Reviews
The first in a new series of videos I'll be filming, showcasing and reviewing some of the top designer bags from Spring/Summer 2012.
The first bag I chose to feature was the gorgeous Anya Hindmarch Bruton tote, which was kindly lent to me by the wonderful girls at my-wardrobe.com. It's a true investment piece, with all the unique Anya Hindmarch detailing you'd expect.
If you're interested in purchasing a Bruton bag, my-wardrobe.com have both the white and the black versions in stock:
Now as a married woman I know I’m not supposed to say this, but I simply cannot stand excessive soppiness on Valentine’s Day.
That doesn't mean I don’t want to celebrate being married to my lovely husband, but I don’t need to do that with choruses of overflowing love and devotion. It’s simply not me. So as I’m not very talented when it comes to slushy creative writing, I make it all about the gift. My most successful Valentine gift proved to be a new pair of football boots for my husband. Nothing romantic, but he was delighted nonetheless. But this year I’m totally and utterly stumped.
To that end and to help out others in the same predicament I’ve put together my selection of top gifts for both boys and girls. My first collection is for the girls, so if you struggle to say the right words, rest easy and let her new Anya Hindmarch bag do all the talking.