They say that 50% of your body heat escapes through your head, but beanies are itchy and don’t suit me.
Can you recommend another warm hat that will look cute for winter?
For my response to Gabrielle’s ‘Ask INEZ’, follow the link below…
I’m a mum going back to work after almost 2 years off, running around in jeans, Bassike tees and Converse sneakers.
Trouble is, I’ve started a new job where my current wardrobe just won’t cut it. Not only am I going back to office life but it’s a creative office with a very tricky dress code – there’s leather minis, short shorts, sneakers and lots of top knots (on the boys).
I’m not in a creative role so still want to seem professional but I need some help nailing the wardrobe basics. To add to this, I’ve got about 3 seconds to get ready In the morning with an energetic messy toddler hanging off my arm, wanting to play.
I love a good basic but I’m not afraid of a statement piece to break things up every now and again.
Any help you can offer would be amazing!
Thanks so much!
For my response to Caroline’s ‘Ask INEZ’, follow the link below…
I noticed the belt on your post recently about lace dresses.
How about a post on the ‘Essential Belts’?
I’d love to see your favourites in the mid price range.
Ask and you shall receive!
For all the info on my ‘Essential Belt’ edit for Mrs G, follow the link below…
I stopped wearing earrings when my babies were small, so I missed the whole ear cuff trend.
Now my children are no longer tugging on my ears (and I’m going out at night more) I want to start wearing earrings again.
Am I too late for ear cuffs?
Or should I be looking at chandelier earrings for evenings now instead?
Love to hear your thoughts,
For my response to Nina’s ‘Ask INEZ’, follow the link below…
Hope you are well!
I’m the mother of a 3 year old and 4 months pregnant with baby #2.
I’d love some advice for a summer maternity wardrobe that doesn’t make me look like a whale or completely fashion-less, especially with Christmas and New Year around the corner.
Most maternity clothes frighten me and I’d prefer to buy normal clothes that can accommodate an ever growing bump but can also be worn once bub has arrived.
The thought of jersey does not appeal and although I am quite small in frame, I know that my thighs will continue to expand along with my waist!
Any advice/magic would be very much appreciated.
Thanks so much,
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This summer I’ve vowed to mend my wicked ways in the sun and stick to hats with really wide brims (at least 10cm)…
I have some beautiful straw ones but they are a bit fragile for travelling.
Can you recommend anything squashy yet stylish (if that is even possible)?
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