What I wore: February 2020

  I’ve been a bad blogger this month. Truly, ashamedly so. It’s been one of those months that has been entered into with the best of intentions and finished with a colossal sigh of “where did the time go?” Outfit posts have suffered. But, they’ve suffered in favour of food, travel and shopping posts. Basically, I just need to be…
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London Food Review: Daffodil Mulligan

Last month I headed to Old Street to take in the tastes of a new Richard Corrigan establishment, Daffodil Mulligan. For those not familiar with the legend that is Mr. Corrigan, let me give you the appetiser sized bio. The Irish chef is a bit of a London legend, the man behind famous local establishments such as Corrigan’s Mayfair, Bentley’s…
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60 new season items all under 100 smackers

Spring is here. No joke. It may not feel like it outside right now, but it’s officially in store all around us. The high street has gone spring summer and most of us, in London at least, are still wrapping up in coats and scarves. When will the fashion seasons start to meet the actual seasons, eh? By the time…
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What I packed: South Carolina, January 2020

I get so many questions about what to pack when visiting certain places, that I thought I’d start an official guide on what I wear, when and where, starting with my home in South Carolina. I visited last month and packed all the wrong things. I brought sweaters, coats and jeans, thinking that the weather would be glum and terrible.…
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The Alpina Gstaad, Swiss luxury at its finest

If you are in the centre of Gstaad, staring up at the surrounding mountains, you’d be hard pressed to spot The Alpina Gstaad as something “different”. From the outside, it meets all the rather strict requirements for building in this part of the world. It’s timber-clad in traditional Alpine style, resembles something from another time, another era. However, the closer…
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