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Kelly Moseley

LADYLAND LOVES – 5 TRAINERS TO BUY RIGHT NOW

By FASHION

Have you reached peak trainer yet?  If you’re anything like me (busy, tired, yet somehow still have the vague desire to look slightly stylish even in the face of new baby-sleep deprivation and daily school-run drama’s) your answer is probably no.

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BECOS THEY’RE WORTH IT – WHY WE LOVE THE COS KIDS COLLECTION

By ARCHIVE

When it comes for shopping for my four-year-old son’s clothes, it has to be said I’ve become something of a picky customer.

I know – what a surprise! I want cute clothes in bright colours in fabric that washes well (I know, snooze, but anyone with kids will definitely hear me on that one), oh and for them not to be covered in anything remotely resembling a superhero or Disney character.

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POINTED FLATS AND THE ‘B WORD’

By ARCHIVE

No, not the one that frequently follows ” she’s such a….”. The word I’m talking about is a far worse one in terms of a Fashion Editor only recently edging into her thirties. Allow me to elaborate. See the picture below of Laura Fantacci of Red magazine and Wearing It Today fame?

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IN SEARCH OF THE PERFECT PRINTED JACKET

By ARCHIVE

I’ll start this post off by being totally and completely upfront about something: I love a challenge. Big or small, simple or complex, predictable or utterly bonkers, it matters not. I just can’t say no.

So earlier this week when fellow Ladylander Clementine asked if I could help her find a replacement for her washing-machine ravaged jacket, which just happened to be her favourite (because that’s how the law of sod works), I just couldn’t decline.

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NON-NAFF, NON-BRIDESMAIDEY BRIDESMAID DRESSES

By ARCHIVE

Let’s be honest: there is a shocking abundance of frankly terrible bridesmaid dresses out there. Whether this is to do with the fact that brides either a) often lose their mind and seem to swerve drastically and surprisingly away from their usually impeccable good taste and sense of style towards something they wouldn’t usually look twice at, or b) are so flummoxed by having to choose one dress that will suit myriad body shapes and sizes on top of (most probably) single-handedly planning an entire wedding, I’m not sure.

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