Thursday, 31 July 2014

Jaeger New Arrivals

Sleek, clean lines, classic styles, perfect prints , this season Jaeger is looking very fresh we adore the jacquard diamond print coat and trousers , along with the sleeveless roll neck top.

Land’s End New Arrivals

So House of Fraser now stock Land’s End the easy casual separate’s brand from the US, this is the home of the perfect fit chino and they have some wonderful summer dresses , we love the patterned keyhole dress in green and yellow , easy to wear and a flattering style

Joules New Arrivals

Yes we still have a few months of summer left and all the holidays so if you’re looking for bright’s or stripes or maybe some big bold flowers easy to wear pieces Joules has everything plus some practical pieces like the perfect showerproof mac 

Gant New Arrivals

Looking for some easy pieces to add to your wardrobe, these are all classic pieces which are dateless and effortless in style , we love the high collar short jacket it’s perfect as the weather changes and the crew neck jumper is a must have along with the perfect t-shirt

Max Factor Colour Adapt Foundation

Max Factor Colour Adapt Foundation evens out skin tone and blends away imperfections. The secret- Clever colour adapting particles pick up and reflect the different pigments in your complexion to give a totally sheer look without masking your skin’s true radiance-Colour adapting formula for an amazingly natural look with Colour Adapt Foundation.

L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect

Age Perfect by L'Oreal Paris is an anti-aging skin care for mature skin- SPF cream, firming lotion, eye cream and cleanser to prevent sagging skin and correct dark circles – this is a great no nonsense range which is perfect for everyday use – this range has been specifically made for the mature skin and covers all its needs- we love it because its effective and does what it says and the Extraordinary Facial Oil is what it says, it is just amazing on your skin.

Old Fashioned Shortbread

Light melt in the mouth biscuits, that could last up to a week in the biscuit box, but they will be eaten in minutes- a fabulous recipe from Sainsbury’s

Mushroom & Pancetta Spaghetti

A quick and easy dish with a tasty bacon and cheese sauce- a fabulous recipe from Sainsbury’s

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Brit Icons

A stunning range of limited edition art by Damilola Odusote - He draws inspiration from the city of London, politics, culture and race, and adds his unique comic-book twist to every piece.

Where to go on holiday in September

Why not take off to Tanzania with a beach escape on the beautiful island of Zanzibar - early autumn is an ideal time to take advantage of its azure seas and picture-perfect beaches or maybe for something completely different envelope yourself in the stunning scenery of Canada's National Parks & Lakes or take in a cultural city break to Rome

Southern Maine

Climbing up the coastline is one storybook seaside town after another. Come summer, every spot from Kennebunkport to Portland is booming with travellers drawn to this natural beauty.

September Cruises with P&O Cruises

The perfect of time of year to head off on a cruise, the heat has abated, the crowds have died away and yet it’s still summer and you get all the weather, culture but at a nicer pace – plus this is the perfect time to take a cruise to Canada & New England as the weather changes and you enjoy Mother Nature in all her glory.


Renowned for their stunning natural beauty, Northwest Connecticut's Litchfield Hills are a landscape painter’s dream of pine-forested hills, tranquil, fish-filled lakes and huge open horizons.


Massachusetts is just packed with history and culture plus the most amazing views and you’re so in touch with Mother Nature you’ll see her change colours right before your eyes. First off you have Plymouth, where the Pilgrims landed; then Boston, where the first shots of the American Revolution rang out; and Nantucket, whose whaling ships swarmed the oceans, the woodsy Berkshires- But there’s a lot more than landmark sights in this old state. Fast forward to the present: Boston and neighbouring Cambridge have blossomed into spirited college towns, Provincetown’s a gay-extravaganza whirl, and those whales – a major attraction in their own right – are now followed by affectionate sightseers on whale-watching cruises. By all means start in Boston, the state’s busy hub, where you can mix colonial sights and museum strolls with sizzling nightlife and pub crawls.

Cape Cod and Nantucket

For many, summer is official the moment they cross the Sagamore Bridge to the Cape Cod peninsula, or set sail on a Nantucket Island ferry. Close enough for a weekend jaunt from Boston, yet both feel worlds away from real-life responsibilities.