This blog was started in 2016 as a Sub-Site to www.dress-2-impress.com.
So, after Royal Ascot was over in 2016 I decided I would start building this blog to answer all the questions people ask me every day, and to point them to outfit combinations, colour combinations, help with choosing hat styles and much, much more.
Two and half years on, and this Blog is now bigger than my main site, with posts and answers to all the questions I promised to answer, and more. Most posts are still of course helping with Formal Events, Weddings, and a Day at the Races, but you will also find fun posts that I've written that don't require a hat.
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The posts that have been most read.
The 20's will be here again soon. Will we revive all the fashions from the 1920's?. Read my post on ideas for a Gatsby Jazz Age 1920's Theme Christmas, Halloween, Birthday or New Years Eve Party.
Animal print is not exactly a new trend, in fact it rarely totally goes away. Some designers have never stopped featuring it in the collections, but this season nearly all designers and influencers are embracing it. How does this make you feel? Discover my best finds that don't remind you of Bet Lynch or Pat Butcher.
Don't ruin a Great Mother of the Bride outfit with any old handbag from the wardrobe. The Bag is an essential part of the outfit, required mainly for holding your copious tissues and make up you'll need reapply all day! See my pick of the most perfect Clutch Bags for Mother of the Bride.
Many will tell your their favourite colour is green, but then find the colour hard to wear if picking the wrong tone, or pairing with the wrong accent. With a huge range of hues from khaki to lime, olive to emerald, down to the pastels of Mint and Pistachio though there’s a tone that makes everyone look fabulous. Working it on only parts of your outfit, or as an accent, paired with complimentary colours, you will find it invigorating, cheery, and positive.