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The Ultimate Kitted Dress

Having made the commitment many moons ago to reduce my wardrobe to a predominantly black and white aesthetic with a strong focus on minimalism a silent hunt has been ongoing in pursuit of the perfect, yet elusive winter dress. For anyone that knows me personally, one character trait that often gets applied quite rightly is stubbornness and …

SIR THE LABEL | 3X1 | White Linen Blouse & Jeans | Seymour & Ford
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Three Rules For Weekend Dressing

There is a universal magic we all know and anticipate on a weekly basis… waking up on a Saturday morning with endless possibilities before you. It is a time to relax, refresh and regroup after a demanding working week and your Saturday outfit should reflect this energy. In other words dress for comfort. The perfect …

TRENERY UNIQLO | Jean Skirt Black Shirt | Seymour & Ford
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The Wardrobe Staple With The Black Shirt

Embracing the minimalistic style movement has not happened overnight. The process has been long with many, many, oh so many bad fashion and financial choices along the way. Despite the long winding road there has been a glimmer of hope along the way. The black long sleeved buttoned shirt. Otherwise known as the beacon of …

TRENERY | Summer Shorts In Black | Seymour & Ford
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Summer Essentials

Leonardo Da Vinci once stated that simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication, a sentiment to keep in mind when making our wardrobe choices Simplicity is something I gravitate towards not only when it comes to design but it further extends to keeping my wardrobe as simplified as possible by only investing in a minimal …

TRENERY | Wide Legged Pant In Navy | Seymour & Ford
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The Wide Legged Pant

If there is an era of fashion that I am currently drawn to it is the 1930’s particularly in relation to evening gowns and wide legged pants for women. Both these designs highlighted the return of accentuating the waistline after the 1920’s more androgynous aesthetic and personally I feel we can look to the 1930’s as the foundation for …