Our fashion writer, Manisha Sodera has browsed shopping sites online to give you a heads up on this year’s biggest outerwear trends!
Are you a fan of dressing up for Halloween? There are many ways to bring the popular fancy-dress night into your everyday looks.
I’m sure it’s no news to you that autumn is drawing to a close with the winter months swiftly approaching. This brings its own set of problems other than those nasty December deadlines.
In a city full of shops targeting students as their main consumer, it’s hard to believe that one aspect of women’s fashion is often overlooked. Between rails of petite fashion and winter-wear there is a distinct lack of retailers catering for the tall girl’s plight, and shopping for jeans can often become a momentous task.
Bonfires, toffee apples and dazzling sunsets are pretty sweet – but the best part of autumn for me can be found lining the rails at every store on the High Street.
With spring just around the corner, it is time to leave behind those vampy lips and grungy eyes and immerse yourself in the world of fresh and flirty spring makeup.
I have never been particularly skilled when it comes to styling my hair, but there is one hairdo that I have gotten a lot of compliments on over the years. It is a hair bun with a braid tucked around it, and it is super easy to do!
Colour correcting make up seems to have been around for years but in recent months they’ve become really, really popular. BuzzFeed and Cosmopolitan are just two sites to have produced content on the subject in the last few months. But what’s the point of all this coloured concealer and what it is supposed to do? […]
World War Two had been over for a while, but only in the 1950s did we Europeans begin feeling like we could celebrate. Sure, Americans had been living it up for years, but now that rationing had ended and our economy wasn’t a total mess, it was time to join in.
Interviews come up time and time again at university. Whether it’s for work experience, part-time jobs or an internship – they’re everywhere. And with interviews comes the dreaded question of what you’re going to wear. So here’s our guide on how to dress to impress, without looking like you’re reusing your old school uniform.