Why I love Spanish baby and toddler clothes

Why I love Spanish baby and toddler clothes

An item was gifted in return for this blog post.

If you’ve read my blog or looked at my social media, you’ve probably noticed I like to dress my daughter very much like a child. In a modern world where children grow up too fast, I often notice other toddlers or young children dressed like mini adults. It’s fine if that’s your style, but it just isn’t mine, as I feel like there’s plenty of time for that when she’s older. As such, I like that Spanish clothes, from local boutiques or shops such as La Coqueta, offer a traditional look. Not only that, but it is well known that Spanish clothes for children are beautiful and good quality. View Post

QUIZ – The new generation office dress code

QUIZ – The new generation office dress code

Revamp your workwear wardrobe

How we dress ourselves for work differs drastically depending on our personal style and workplace environment. Even over the past few years, workwear has transformed, and it seems so strange to think that the workplace was once filled with formal suits, smart blouses and an almost exclusively monochrome colour palette.

Trends — such as after-work socialising — have influenced what we accept as standard workplace attire. However, while this is great for giving us more fashion freedom, it isn’t without its difficulties. Go too casual and you risk an awkward chat with your manager about appropriateness, while a formal outfit may look like you’re over-dressing to your colleagues.

Looking for advice on creating flawless workplace outfits? Browse our 2018 office dress code style guide for advice… View Post