Dorothy Perkins

23 Feb 19
Endometriosis survivor

A growing movement eschews fast fashion in favour of secondhand clothing. Is this the biggest personal change that can be made for the environment? Paula Cocozza @CocozzaPaula9 Lauren Cowdery is flicking through the rails of the Cancer Research charity shop in Goole, east Yorkshire. “Too bobbly!” she tuts at a ribbed top. “This skirt is big […]

22 Feb 19

The weather’s getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and the shops are starting to fill with the new season trends; hurray! With spring on the horizon, we’re looking forward to the high street bursting at the scenes with the latest trends, so to get ahead, take a look at our one-stop guide to SS19 […]

22 Feb 19
viral news reports

Republican candidate Mark Harris may not run again in the new election for North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District due to health concerns and the fraud allegations encircling his campaign. | Travis Long/The News & Observer via AP, pool THE ELECTION BOARD in North Carolina has ordered a new election in the 9th District, where Republican […]

21 Feb 19

Ask anyone in 2017 what their opinion of cargo pants was and you could pretty much guarantee that the answer would be that they hated them. With their loose baggy silhouette, endless pockets and often cargo print they were considered a firm no go in the fashion world. To turn up in them meant at […]

21 Feb 19
A Rose a Week

This is a story that starts in Japan and ends in a blaze of toxic fumes in Cape Cod. But mostly it’s about climbing roses that grow at Elizabeth Park in Hartford, Connecticut. For over 100 years, climbing roses have featured prominently in the Elizabeth Park rose garden, covering everything from fences to arbors to […]

21 Feb 19

All-white outfit has this amazingly glamorous feel about it. It’s super chic and timelessly elegant. In the winter, we can let our creativity go wild – different shades of white, layers, textures, shapes, you name it!

20 Feb 19

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19 Feb 19
Bill's space

At the end of January, I completed a read of a rather fascinating book [to my mind anyway ] entitled ‘Deep Time Dreaming: Uncovering Ancient Australia” written by Billy Griffiths, published in 2018, 376 pages.   A rather special book, presenting a really interesting insight into the deep history of this nation’s Indigenous people, yet also […]

17 Feb 19
Jess Clayton-Berry's Journalism Blog

Most women have struggled with the inconvenience of ‘I don’t know what to wear’ – shifting from shop to shop because you can’t find the right outfit for a special event or you just need new clothes. Add this to the frustration of nothing ever fitting, of trousers constantly being too long, ‘daring’ mini dresses […]

17 Feb 19
This is Casey How Can I Help.

Friday was my late shift this week, I managed to get a little lie in and was feeling my fresher than I had all week. As we dress down on Fridays I had outfit prepped the night before. #topofthestairsselfie For this dress down Friday I opted for my diq de los Muertos dress (ASOS Reclaimed […]

16 Feb 19

Imagine a world where your true thoughts were printed above your head for all to see. Scarey biscuits! One where tact and diplomacy were banned. Every man would be an island. Everyone would fall out with everyone…..or would they? Dented, battered egos would litter the streets and man would hang out with his dog….the only […]

15 Feb 19
Shell Tells It All

I am 5 foot 5. I weigh 60kg (or 9 stone 4 pounds). I go to the gym 6 days a week. I have a sweet tooth rivalled only by Augustus Gloop and a love of wine that Karen Walker would be proud of. I have a balance and I am careful without being restrictive. […]