Miss Selfridge

26 Apr 19
'young and success' filming blog

Hsueh Wong Autumn Term 2018 Week 1  2nd Oct CAMERA AND COURSE INDUCTION  Camera introduction on JVC with new technician Laura was amazing Refreshed the skill of camera skill on a better JVC camera The examples of portfolios from previous year made me understand the standard for the final year project. I am looking forward to […]

26 Apr 19
FashionDron

We want them all.

25 Apr 19
The Sun
NO festival kitbag is complete without a statement wellie or some stylish boots – and you don’t have to break the bank to get a new pair. Our temperamental climate means that a good pair of shoes is essential for any season. Often festivals involve a fair amount of walking from stage to stage, so we would recommend picking a sturdy pair of shoes, like a pair of Dr Martens, boots or wellies. There’s a lot of style to choose from ahead of festival season and some cost as little as £15. If you want to jazz things up and stay away from the classic green wellies we like this whimsical unicorn design from Pretty Little Thing. Looking for something a bit more feminine? Check this pair ankle boots from Miss Selfridge – although bear in mind that they are made of suede, which can easily get dirty and water-stained. Whether you opt for something a little sparkly to stand out from the crowd or trusty wellies for the rainy British weather, you can look the part with our round-up below. Unicorn wellies Pretty Little Thing £22 from Pretty Little thing – buy here If you want to stay away from the classic green Wellington this summer then this is the pair you’re looking for. These eye-catching pink unicorn wellies will be perfect for the festival season paired with some denim shorts and a sparkly top. At just £22, it’s also a real bargain considering that a pair of Hunter Boots can set you back more than £100. Lace up Western boots Boohoo.com £15 from Boohoo – buy here Slip into these Western boots with laces for serious comfort without compromising on style. A combination of cool and grunge, these shoes will give that tough twist to any summer floral dress. The block heels should give you enough balance to dance all night. For those used to wearing trainer, we would still recommend buying a pair of flats instead. Stud detail ankle boots Miss Selfridge £45 from Miss Selfridge – buy here These boots have a walkable small heel and require zero break-in time. With their cool design, they are the perfect default choice for the days where you want to dress up a bit without sacrificing comfort. Do bear in mind, that they are made of suede fabric, which can easily get stained and requires a bit of maintenance. So probably avoid it if you’re heading to Glastonbury or pack them in your bag for particularly sunny days. Campervan wellies Amazon  £17.90 from Amazon – buy here Made from a quality durable waterproof rubber material, with large grip soles – these boots are ideal for all weather conditions. Very comfortable and with a cute design,  they’ll keep your feet snug even through long walks between stages. Depending on the design you go for they’ll cost you between £17.90 to £29.95 on Amazon, so bear that in mind when picking your pair. Sequinned Dr Martens £125 from Very – buy here If you’re looking for a pair of Dr Martens boots with a twist, we have just what you need. This 1460 Pascal design is the original model from the brand. It includes Dr Martens’ grooved sides, yellow stitching, and an air-cushioned sole. Ahead of this festival season, the famous boot comes covered in eye-catching, party-ready flip sequins – that go from black to silver. [article-rail-section title=”Popular in Fabulous” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Festivals have become a hall mark of summer but they don’t necessarily have to involve mud-covered wellies and rain-swamped tents. Whether you’re into live theatre, comedy acts or heated debates on hot topics, check our list of the UK’s best alternative festivals. Looking for more ideas? With our growing obsession with faddy street foods and pop-up spots, more and more Great British food festivals see good eating and amazing music join forces. Here is our list of these this summer’s top food festivals. Looking for more fashion ideas? Find discount and offer codes for Boohoo, Miss Selfridge and Pretty Little Thing with The Sun Vouchers
25 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
NO festival kitbag is complete without a statement wellie or some stylish boots – and you don’t have to break the bank to get a new pair. Our temperamental climate means that a good pair of shoes is essential for any season. Often festivals involve a fair amount of walking from stage to stage, so we would recommend picking a sturdy pair of shoes, like a pair of Dr Martens, boots or wellies. There’s a lot of style to choose from ahead of festival season and some cost as little as £15. If you want to jazz things up and stay away from the classic green wellies we like this whimsical unicorn design from Pretty Little Thing. Looking for something a bit more feminine? Check this pair ankle boots from Miss Selfridge – although bear in mind that they are made of suede, which can easily get dirty and water-stained. Whether you opt for something a little sparkly to stand out from the crowd or trusty wellies for the rainy British weather, you can look the part with our round-up below. Unicorn wellies Pretty Little Thing £22 from Pretty Little thing – buy here If you want to stay away from the classic green Wellington this summer then this is the pair you’re looking for. These eye-catching pink unicorn wellies will be perfect for the festival season paired with some denim shorts and a sparkly top. At just £22, it’s also a real bargain considering that a pair of Hunter Boots can set you back more than £100. Lace up Western boots Boohoo.com £15 from Boohoo – buy here Slip into these Western boots with laces for serious comfort without compromising on style. A combination of cool and grunge, these shoes will give that tough twist to any summer floral dress. The block heels should give you enough balance to dance all night. For those used to wearing trainer, we would still recommend buying a pair of flats instead. Stud detail ankle boots Miss Selfridge £45 from Miss Selfridge – buy here These boots have a walkable small heel and require zero break-in time. With their cool design, they are the perfect default choice for the days where you want to dress up a bit without sacrificing comfort. Do bear in mind, that they are made of suede fabric, which can easily get stained and requires a bit of maintenance. So probably avoid it if you’re heading to Glastonbury or pack them in your bag for particularly sunny days. Campervan wellies Amazon  £17.90 from Amazon – buy here Made from a quality durable waterproof rubber material, with large grip soles – these boots are ideal for all weather conditions. Very comfortable and with a cute design,  they’ll keep your feet snug even through long walks between stages. Depending on the design you go for they’ll cost you between £17.90 to £29.95 on Amazon, so bear that in mind when picking your pair. Sequinned Dr Martens £125 from Very – buy here If you’re looking for a pair of Dr Martens boots with a twist, we have just what you need. This 1460 Pascal design is the original model from the brand. It includes Dr Martens’ grooved sides, yellow stitching, and an air-cushioned sole. Ahead of this festival season, the famous boot comes covered in eye-catching, party-ready flip sequins – that go from black to silver. [article-rail-section title=”Popular in Fabulous” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Festivals have become a hall mark of summer but they don’t necessarily have to involve mud-covered wellies and rain-swamped tents. Whether you’re into live theatre, comedy acts or heated debates on hot topics, check our list of the UK’s best alternative festivals. Looking for more ideas? With our growing obsession with faddy street foods and pop-up spots, more and more Great British food festivals see good eating and amazing music join forces. Here is our list of these this summer’s top food festivals. Looking for more fashion ideas? Find discount and offer codes for Boohoo, Miss Selfridge and Pretty Little Thing with The Sun Vouchers
25 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
NO festival kitbag is complete without a statement wellie or some stylish boots – and you don’t have to break the bank to get a new pair. Our temperamental climate means that a good pair of shoes is essential for any season. Often festivals involve a fair amount of walking from stage to stage, so we would recommend picking a sturdy pair of shoes, like a pair of Dr Martens, boots or wellies. There’s a lot of style to choose from ahead of festival season and some cost as little as £15. If you want to jazz things up and stay away from the classic green wellies we like this whimsical unicorn design from Pretty Little Thing. Looking for something a bit more feminine? Check this pair ankle boots from Miss Selfridge – although bear in mind that they are made of suede, which can easily get dirty and water-stained. Whether you opt for something a little sparkly to stand out from the crowd or trusty wellies for the rainy British weather, you can look the part with our round-up below. Unicorn wellies Pretty Little Thing £22 from Pretty Little thing – buy here If you want to stay away from the classic green Wellington this summer then this is the pair you’re looking for. These eye-catching pink unicorn wellies will be perfect for the festival season paired with some denim shorts and a sparkly top. At just £22, it’s also a real bargain considering that a pair of Hunter Boots can set you back more than £100. Lace up Western boots Boohoo.com £15 from Boohoo – buy here Slip into these Western boots with laces for serious comfort without compromising on style. A combination of cool and grunge, these shoes will give that tough twist to any summer floral dress. The block heels should give you enough balance to dance all night. For those used to wearing trainer, we would still recommend buying a pair of flats instead. Stud detail ankle boots Miss Selfridge £45 from Miss Selfridge – buy here These boots have a walkable small heel and require zero break-in time. With their cool design, they are the perfect default choice for the days where you want to dress up a bit without sacrificing comfort. Do bear in mind, that they are made of suede fabric, which can easily get stained and requires a bit of maintenance. So probably avoid it if you’re heading to Glastonbury or pack them in your bag for particularly sunny days. Campervan wellies Amazon  £17.90 from Amazon – buy here Made from a quality durable waterproof rubber material, with large grip soles – these boots are ideal for all weather conditions. Very comfortable and with a cute design,  they’ll keep your feet snug even through long walks between stages. Depending on the design you go for they’ll cost you between £17.90 to £29.95 on Amazon, so bear that in mind when picking your pair. Sequinned Dr Martens £125 from Very – buy here If you’re looking for a pair of Dr Martens boots with a twist, we have just what you need. This 1460 Pascal design is the original model from the brand. It includes Dr Martens’ grooved sides, yellow stitching, and an air-cushioned sole. Ahead of this festival season, the famous boot comes covered in eye-catching, party-ready flip sequins – that go from black to silver. [article-rail-section title=”Popular in Fabulous” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Festivals have become a hall mark of summer but they don’t necessarily have to involve mud-covered wellies and rain-swamped tents. Whether you’re into live theatre, comedy acts or heated debates on hot topics, check our list of the UK’s best alternative festivals. Looking for more ideas? With our growing obsession with faddy street foods and pop-up spots, more and more Great British food festivals see good eating and amazing music join forces. Here is our list of these this summer’s top food festivals. Looking for more fashion ideas? Find discount and offer codes for Boohoo, Miss Selfridge and Pretty Little Thing with The Sun Vouchers
24 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

SIt is well known that Philip Green's Arcadia group is affected by the restructuring of Debenhams when it turned out that the company generates 15% of its turnover in the highly competitive department store. The Arcadia business, which includes top fashion brands Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and Miss Selfridge, is Debenhams' largest concessionaire, according to […]

23 Apr 19
Nina Lekhi

‘The consumer is always right’, is an old adage of business. Personally, I am a strong believer of the saying and find myself always going back to the consumer every time I am stuck with any decisions at work. This involves both, putting myself in the consumer’s shoes as well as actually going and talking […]

22 Apr 19
FF service

There are many shops with different types of fashion ideas.   Primark, Topshop, New Look, River Island, Next, H&M, Linzi, Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridges, Zara, Forever 21, Urban Outfitters and 100+ more.

21 Apr 19
Rose Tea

Good evening my glittery lovelies! ♥ I wanted to do a really quick post on a little outfit I’ve been wearing a lot of over the last few weeks, featuring a really cute tee from New Look that I think you’ll love!    So my favourite thing to be is comfy, as I’m sure the […]

21 Apr 19
Beauty Joy Review

7/10 – It’s okay, has some drawbacks though. SUQQU was a brand that I found through watching YouTube. A favourite channel of mine, Mellisa Gold, dedicated a video to how much she loved SUQQU and how they always come out with beautiful seasonal releases. Through seeing just a few of their products in that video […]

20 Apr 19
fashionbeez

Spring has arrived – from what feels like a lifetime of cold dark weather. And this easter has shown some glorious weather. However my winter outfits are still my comfort, however not so comfortable in this heat. So I’ve pulled together my favourite trends of Spring/Summer 2019 but how to do it on a high […]

20 Apr 19
The Graduate Wardrobe

How many new items of clothing do you buy in a year? How long do you keep your clothes for before throwing away? Do you get at least thirty wears out of all of your clothes? I am imagining, like me, you don’t know the answer to those questions, at best you could give me […]