Oversized clothes used to have a bad rep. They were those go to items when you couldn’t be bothered trying, or you were feeling lazy, self concious or plain meh. Although we all still have those go to’s, oversized clothing has made a huge comeback and it’s not just wearing two sizes too big.
Ah the dungaree, such good times we’ve had. When I was little, there was no issues. No questions like, does the waist go high enough? Are the loose ones too tight on the thigh to be considered oversized? And the dreaded, do they give me a wedgie? You know, just some that I’ve
OK, so the calendar technically says it’s springtime, but in a lot of places, we’re in the thick of that awkward in-between phase where the final dregs of winter just won’t quit. So, how do you dress when it’s hot in the sun, cold in the shade and rainy in between?
Glasgow, do we know how to throw a party or what? With a city crammed full of creative people and an organically grown, vibrant, and truly daring fashion sense, our soirées aren’t just stylin’ — they’re downright happnin’! Which is exactly why new ethical fast fashion brand Nobody’s Child chose
Beige. Usually a word I say to describe something boring and lacklustre, like Coldplay. But now for some reason, it’s a hue I can’t get enough of. As someone who struggles to with black (am I the only one with this problem?!) neutrals have been that go to colour after
For a fashion lover during LFW it’s impossible to scroll through your social media without seeing handfuls of pictures tagged with @theaptmnt. From OOTD’s to flat lays, hair and face makeovers and #squadgoals as we see bloggers unite, it is the perfect place to work / chill / eat during
When you think of Harris Tweed, some may conjure up images of Country Living, Downton Abbey or even your Grampa’s favourite cap. But in reality, the stunning Scottish textile is re-werking wonders on catwalks around the world. Designers from little to large are creating modern takes on an old-school staple and
This past year we’ve seen a surge in crowdfunding where brands ask you, the people, to invest in their idea or product. Many of them won’t reach their goal or even have their idea come to life unless they convince the public that their ideas are worth their cold hard cash.
He’s the Scottish designer who started out in furniture and textiles but took the fashion world by storm with his love of colour, print and everything waffle-like. He made retro jumpers a ‘thing’ again and even managed to make beige look interesting (!). Yes my dears, today I’m talking about
Remember back in the day when you couldn’t imagine getting dressed without wearing a vest top? You probably paired it with a pair of cargo pants, beaded bracelets and threw a skirt on top for good measure. Just me? Didn’t think so. Goodbye is never really goodbye with such stylings.
Scarves. Just throw it around your neck and you are done, right? Wrong. Some people can really underestimate the versatility of a good scarf and the million ways you can wear them to up your outfit ante. Sure, you could just let them hang around your decolletage, but my particular
The Ronettes had it all wrong. The best part of breaking up is not the making up, it’s the wake-ing up. This post is in loving memory of our beloved Obscure Couture and I for one don’t know if I’ll ever be ready to say goodbye. The Scottish Design house that