Miss Selfridge

15 Jul 19
Migdelia

RO: Cand privesti lucrurile din alt unghi, chiar si in fashion, gasesti modalitati noi de a purta hainele sau ajungi chiar sa le oferi un alt rost decat cel trecut pe eticheta. Iata un exemplu, Zara prezinta aceasta haina verde ca o vesta, pentru mine este o rochie sacou. EN: When you think outside the […]

14 Jul 19
Brexit Compliance News

Shoppers deserted UK high streets during June as the washout weather and continuing Brexit uncertainty helped drive store visits down to a seven-year low for the month. The “summer slump” took a particularly heavy toll on high streets, with shopping centres also badly affected, according to the British Retail Consortium’s (BRC) monthly footfall tracker for […]

14 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Shoppers deserted UK high streets during June as the washout weather and continuing Brexit uncertainty helped drive down to a seven-year low for the month. The "summer slump" monthly footfall tracker for the period from 26 May to 29 June. Brexit prompting consumers to sit on their hands and make non-essential purchases. Footfall across shopping […]

13 Jul 19
TONY88

Jourdan Sherise Dunn (born 3 August 1990) is an English model and actress. She was discovered in Hammersmith Primark in 2006 and signed to Storm Model Management in London shortly thereafter. She began appearing on international runways in early 2007. In February 2008, she was the first black model to walk a Prada runway in […]

12 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
YOU loaded the suitcase with dresses and bags, but this summer’s hottest accessory is your hair. From tousled waves to prairie plaits, JENNY FRANCIS and hairdresser to the stars Andrew Jose give you step-by-step instructions on how to create four of this season’s looks. Boho chic 1. Using hair tongs, wrap large sections of hair around a heated curler, hold for ten seconds, then release – wrap different sections going alternate ways 2. Spray the hair with sea salt spray then scrunch up and down to give a messy look Tigi Catwalk texturising salt spray, £8.35, from justmylook.com – buy now 3. Using a tail comb, run the metal end down the centre of the head, starting at the forehead, to create a middle parting then add a hair accessory Shell headband, £10, Pretty LittleThing.com – buy now Tropic like it’s hot 1. Create a side parting then gather a small section of hair at the top of the head and create a mini plait and secure with a clear tie when you reach the end 2. Bring all of the hair round to the same side of your neck that the plaits fall on then twist all hair together, including the plaits, until a bun forms, and pin in place at the bottom of the neck 3. %Gently pull at parts of the bun to bring hair out and create a messy, beachy look Don’t get tide down 1. Leave two small sections of hair at the front of the head loose, then use both hands to gather the rest of the hair to the top of the head and secure into a ponytail with a tie – instead of pulling the hair all the way through, leave it looped through the hair tie 2. Pin the bun down on one side to cover the band and then begin gently pulling out small bits at a time to create the tousled look 3. Add a scarf accessory by tying it at the forehead then twisting round so the knot ends up at the back of the neck Scarf headband, £17, & Other Stories – buy now Sunglasses. £10, Asos – buy now Nautical but nice 1. Wave the hair with straighteners by sectioning hair into small pieces and, starting at the root, run the iron down the entire length of the hair [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] 2. Create a side parting then gather a handful of hair at the middle top of the head 3. Bring the plait around the back of the head, pin in place at the other side and add nautical clips in any order to bring the beach to your tresses Pearl clips, £6, Debenhams – buy now Conch clips, £10, Accessorize – buy now Small starfish clips, £7.50, Miss Selfridge – buy now [bc_video video_id=”5772126356001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stephanie Davis shows off her new curly hairstyle on Instagram”]
12 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
YOU loaded the suitcase with dresses and bags, but this summer’s hottest accessory is your hair. From tousled waves to prairie plaits, JENNY FRANCIS and hairdresser to the stars Andrew Jose give you step-by-step instructions on how to create four of this season’s looks. Boho chic 1. Using hair tongs, wrap large sections of hair around a heated curler, hold for ten seconds, then release – wrap different sections going alternate ways 2. Spray the hair with sea salt spray then scrunch up and down to give a messy look Tigi Catwalk texturising salt spray, £8.35, from justmylook.com – buy now 3. Using a tail comb, run the metal end down the centre of the head, starting at the forehead, to create a middle parting then add a hair accessory Shell headband, £10, Pretty LittleThing.com – buy now Tropic like it’s hot 1. Create a side parting then gather a small section of hair at the top of the head and create a mini plait and secure with a clear tie when you reach the end 2. Bring all of the hair round to the same side of your neck that the plaits fall on then twist all hair together, including the plaits, until a bun forms, and pin in place at the bottom of the neck 3. %Gently pull at parts of the bun to bring hair out and create a messy, beachy look Don’t get tide down 1. Leave two small sections of hair at the front of the head loose, then use both hands to gather the rest of the hair to the top of the head and secure into a ponytail with a tie – instead of pulling the hair all the way through, leave it looped through the hair tie 2. Pin the bun down on one side to cover the band and then begin gently pulling out small bits at a time to create the tousled look 3. Add a scarf accessory by tying it at the forehead then twisting round so the knot ends up at the back of the neck Scarf headband, £17, & Other Stories – buy now Sunglasses. £10, Asos – buy now Nautical but nice 1. Wave the hair with straighteners by sectioning hair into small pieces and, starting at the root, run the iron down the entire length of the hair [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] 2. Create a side parting then gather a handful of hair at the middle top of the head 3. Bring the plait around the back of the head, pin in place at the other side and add nautical clips in any order to bring the beach to your tresses Pearl clips, £6, Debenhams – buy now Conch clips, £10, Accessorize – buy now Small starfish clips, £7.50, Miss Selfridge – buy now [bc_video video_id=”5772126356001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stephanie Davis shows off her new curly hairstyle on Instagram”]
12 Jul 19
The Sun
YOU loaded the suitcase with dresses and bags, but this summer’s hottest accessory is your hair. From tousled waves to prairie plaits, JENNY FRANCIS and hairdresser to the stars Andrew Jose give you step-by-step instructions on how to create four of this season’s looks. Boho chic 1. Using hair tongs, wrap large sections of hair around a heated curler, hold for ten seconds, then release – wrap different sections going alternate ways 2. Spray the hair with sea salt spray then scrunch up and down to give a messy look Tigi Catwalk texturising salt spray, £8.35, from justmylook.com – buy now 3. Using a tail comb, run the metal end down the centre of the head, starting at the forehead, to create a middle parting then add a hair accessory Shell headband, £10, Pretty LittleThing.com – buy now Tropic like it’s hot 1. Create a side parting then gather a small section of hair at the top of the head and create a mini plait and secure with a clear tie when you reach the end 2. Bring all of the hair round to the same side of your neck that the plaits fall on then twist all hair together, including the plaits, until a bun forms, and pin in place at the bottom of the neck 3. %Gently pull at parts of the bun to bring hair out and create a messy, beachy look Don’t get tide down 1. Leave two small sections of hair at the front of the head loose, then use both hands to gather the rest of the hair to the top of the head and secure into a ponytail with a tie – instead of pulling the hair all the way through, leave it looped through the hair tie 2. Pin the bun down on one side to cover the band and then begin gently pulling out small bits at a time to create the tousled look 3. Add a scarf accessory by tying it at the forehead then twisting round so the knot ends up at the back of the neck Scarf headband, £17, & Other Stories – buy now Sunglasses. £10, Asos – buy now Nautical but nice 1. Wave the hair with straighteners by sectioning hair into small pieces and, starting at the root, run the iron down the entire length of the hair [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] 2. Create a side parting then gather a handful of hair at the middle top of the head 3. Bring the plait around the back of the head, pin in place at the other side and add nautical clips in any order to bring the beach to your tresses Pearl clips, £6, Debenhams – buy now Conch clips, £10, Accessorize – buy now Small starfish clips, £7.50, Miss Selfridge – buy now [bc_video video_id=”5772126356001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stephanie Davis shows off her new curly hairstyle on Instagram”]
12 Jul 19
Charlotte's Blog

With fashion trends constantly changing, the pressure to keep up and stay with the trends can be expensive. Social media, particularly Instagram, is definitely a platform that I, and many others use for inspiration on what to wear and what is fashionable. Not only can this platform be used to keep up with the trends, […]

09 Jul 19
The Sun
ACCESSORIES can make even the simplest outfits stylish, so why not add some extra oomph to what you’re wearing? Here Abby McHale shows you some of the hottest accessories available at the moment and shows how you should be teaming them up with your favourite summer outfits. Add a large bag to a minimal outfit to really make a statement Dress £39 from Topshop – buy now Headband £6 from Next – buy now Bag £49.99 from Mango – buy now Earrings £10 and rings £10 for pack of three from Topshop – buy now Shoes £55 from River Island – buy now TIP: Let the bag do the talking and keep the rest of the outfit simple with earrings, rings and an on-trend headband. Animal print is an absolute must this summer Dress £39 from Miss Selfridge – buy now Earrings £8 from Claire’s – buy now Shoes £52 from Office – buy now Rings £3 from Boohoo – buy now TIP: For a summer evening look, match your bag to your dress and add a pair of statement heels. This flattering two-piece from Stradivarius is perfect for a summer party in the sun Top £15.99 and skirt £25.99 from Stradivarius – buy now Bag £45 from Oasis – buy now Sunglasses £34.99 from Reserved – buy now  Earrings £12.99 from Reserved – buy now Bracelets £7.99 for a three-pack from Reserved – buy now  Necklace £10 from Skinny Dip – buy now Hair slide £7.99 from New Look – buy now TIP: More is more when it comes to delicate jewellery. Don’t be afraid to layer necklaces and stack rings. Chunky bangles and elegant sunglasses complete this otherwise simple look Top £15.99 from New Look – buy now  Skirt £30 from Miss Selfridge – buy now  Bag £17.99 from Bon Prix – buy now  Earrings £9.99 from Reserved – buy now  Bangles £19.99 from Mango – buy now Sunglasses £19.99 from Mango – buy now  TIP: Chunky bangles are a great way to accessorise. Keep the rest of your jewellery minimal, to put focus on your arms. Add a pop of colour with this gorgeous hat and necklace Dress £29.99 from Stradivarius – buy now Hat £26 from Topshop – buy now Rings £10 for pack of three from Topshop – buy now Sunglasses £7.99 from New Look – buy now Necklace £15 from Marks & Spencer – buy now  Bangles £7.99 from New Look – buy now TIP: Hats are always great for holidays so go bold with something bright. Chunky necklaces also add pizazz. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”5982490749001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Meet the men behind the fashion accessory business Skinnydip with a turnover of £15 million”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
09 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
ACCESSORIES can make even the simplest outfits stylish, so why not add some extra oomph to what you’re wearing? Here Abby McHale shows you some of the hottest accessories available at the moment and shows how you should be teaming them up with your favourite summer outfits. Add a large bag to a minimal outfit to really make a statement Dress £39 from Topshop – buy now Headband £6 from Next – buy now Bag £49.99 from Mango – buy now Earrings £10 and rings £10 for pack of three from Topshop – buy now Shoes £55 from River Island – buy now TIP: Let the bag do the talking and keep the rest of the outfit simple with earrings, rings and an on-trend headband. Animal print is an absolute must this summer Dress £39 from Miss Selfridge – buy now Earrings £8 from Claire’s – buy now Shoes £52 from Office – buy now Rings £3 from Boohoo – buy now TIP: For a summer evening look, match your bag to your dress and add a pair of statement heels. This flattering two-piece from Stradivarius is perfect for a summer party in the sun Top £15.99 and skirt £25.99 from Stradivarius – buy now Bag £45 from Oasis – buy now Sunglasses £34.99 from Reserved – buy now  Earrings £12.99 from Reserved – buy now Bracelets £7.99 for a three-pack from Reserved – buy now  Necklace £10 from Skinny Dip – buy now Hair slide £7.99 from New Look – buy now TIP: More is more when it comes to delicate jewellery. Don’t be afraid to layer necklaces and stack rings. Chunky bangles and elegant sunglasses complete this otherwise simple look Top £15.99 from New Look – buy now  Skirt £30 from Miss Selfridge – buy now  Bag £17.99 from Bon Prix – buy now  Earrings £9.99 from Reserved – buy now  Bangles £19.99 from Mango – buy now Sunglasses £19.99 from Mango – buy now  TIP: Chunky bangles are a great way to accessorise. Keep the rest of your jewellery minimal, to put focus on your arms. Add a pop of colour with this gorgeous hat and necklace Dress £29.99 from Stradivarius – buy now Hat £26 from Topshop – buy now Rings £10 for pack of three from Topshop – buy now Sunglasses £7.99 from New Look – buy now Necklace £15 from Marks & Spencer – buy now  Bangles £7.99 from New Look – buy now TIP: Hats are always great for holidays so go bold with something bright. Chunky necklaces also add pizazz. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”5982490749001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Meet the men behind the fashion accessory business Skinnydip with a turnover of £15 million”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
09 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
ACCESSORIES can make even the simplest outfits stylish, so why not add some extra oomph to what you’re wearing? Here Abby McHale shows you some of the hottest accessories available at the moment and shows how you should be teaming them up with your favourite summer outfits. Add a large bag to a minimal outfit to really make a statement Dress £39 from Topshop – buy now Headband £6 from Next – buy now Bag £49.99 from Mango – buy now Earrings £10 and rings £10 for pack of three from Topshop – buy now Shoes £55 from River Island – buy now TIP: Let the bag do the talking and keep the rest of the outfit simple with earrings, rings and an on-trend headband. Animal print is an absolute must this summer Dress £39 from Miss Selfridge – buy now Earrings £8 from Claire’s – buy now Shoes £52 from Office – buy now Rings £3 from Boohoo – buy now TIP: For a summer evening look, match your bag to your dress and add a pair of statement heels. This flattering two-piece from Stradivarius is perfect for a summer party in the sun Top £15.99 and skirt £25.99 from Stradivarius – buy now Bag £45 from Oasis – buy now Sunglasses £34.99 from Reserved – buy now  Earrings £12.99 from Reserved – buy now Bracelets £7.99 for a three-pack from Reserved – buy now  Necklace £10 from Skinny Dip – buy now Hair slide £7.99 from New Look – buy now TIP: More is more when it comes to delicate jewellery. Don’t be afraid to layer necklaces and stack rings. Chunky bangles and elegant sunglasses complete this otherwise simple look Top £15.99 from New Look – buy now  Skirt £30 from Miss Selfridge – buy now  Bag £17.99 from Bon Prix – buy now  Earrings £9.99 from Reserved – buy now  Bangles £19.99 from Mango – buy now Sunglasses £19.99 from Mango – buy now  TIP: Chunky bangles are a great way to accessorise. Keep the rest of your jewellery minimal, to put focus on your arms. Add a pop of colour with this gorgeous hat and necklace Dress £29.99 from Stradivarius – buy now Hat £26 from Topshop – buy now Rings £10 for pack of three from Topshop – buy now Sunglasses £7.99 from New Look – buy now Necklace £15 from Marks & Spencer – buy now  Bangles £7.99 from New Look – buy now TIP: Hats are always great for holidays so go bold with something bright. Chunky necklaces also add pizazz. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”5982490749001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Meet the men behind the fashion accessory business Skinnydip with a turnover of £15 million”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
08 Jul 19
Backpacking Europe Sample Itineraries

London England Day 25 Sample Itinerary I use the following rating system to describe the sights: ▲▲▲ Don’t Miss, ▲▲Try hard to see, ▲Worthwhile if you can make it A)West End Walk The West End, the area just west of the original walled City of London, is London’s liveliest neighborhood. It’s easy to get caught […]

07 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

The pension regulator could target the foreign activities of Sir Philip Green to guarantee the promised contributions to the Arcadia pension scheme. The guarantees provided by Green and his wife include a cash payment of 100 million pounds from Lady Tina Green, 75 million pounds in three years from Arcadia Group Ltd and an additional […]