Marks and Sparks my Granny called it. It used to be her go-to for stable cardigans and knee length skirts in plaid and tweet. In recent years I also embraced the need for staples and made it my port of call for new cotton undies and sensible work flats, the odd box of pop-socks and perhaps a thermal or two. Then it went a bit wrong. A bit old, a bit frumpy and a whole heap of not-really-my-kind-of-place-anymore. But, probably in the last 18 months or so things have changed.
I've now bought 7 new jumpers in as many days. It's a slight addiction... And no, I am, not suddenly massively wealthy and money doesn't grow on a suspiciously magic tree in my garden. It's about shopping in either the right places or working out how a jumper can look good, regardless of where its from or how much it costs. And this is now my wardrobe for the remainder of 2017! Earlier in the spring I blogged about the fashion for larger sleeved shirts also known as flared /
It's probably a throw back to when I wanted to be Ginger Spice as to why I love Victoria Beckham quite as much as I do. True she isn't much of a singer but as a designer I think she packs a fair punch and her new AW17 Ready to Wear fashion is pretty decent. She's launched a younger label called Victoria but to be honest, I don't think its nearly as good for this season. Some of the RTW looks are actually quite wearable but perhaps one needs to have an artistic licence as to w