• fashion

    Tips For Updating Your Winter Wardrobe For The New Year

    As winter rolls in with its chilly splendor, the new year beckons us to refresh our wardrobes with stylish and practical choices. Updating your winter attire doesn’t just mean chasing the latest trends—it frequently offers the chance to rethink your fashion habits and make room for new pieces that blend seamlessly with the season’s demands. Whether you’re looking to revitalize your cold-weather layers or refine your entire look, there are adaptable strategies for every closet. Keep reading to discover savvy tips for giving your winter wardrobe a sustainable and fashionable overhaul. Incorporating Versatile Pieces for a Fresh New Year Look Creating a flexible wardrobe begins by selecting versatile pieces that…

  • Audrey Hepburn,  Entertainment,  events,  family,  Lifestyle,  MOVIES,  technology

    Everything You Need To Host a Movie Night

    The one thing I love more than a night out is a night in. A real night in, with no social media, no work, no glancing at People.com or Amazon, I mean a night in with food, drink, pamper treats and a great girlie movie. The last girls night in that I enjoyed was with my mom, we had Prosecco, Chinese food, heaps of chocolate, and a double bill of Legally Blonde and  Bridesmaids in the DVD player. But just what constitutes the perfect girls movie night in? Step this way and I will tell you what I love to do to unwind with the girls. 1. Choose your perfect…

  • Agatha Christie,  television

    Stylish Television: Murder is Easy (2023)

    Christmas has always been a great time for Agatha Christie fans. In the past it was the time of the annual ‘Christie for Christmas’ when a new book would be released to coincide with the festive season. Now, it is often the time for a new dramatisation, or the always welcomed showings of the adaptations of the past. Already, this Christmas has seen showings of Peter Ustinov’s ‘Death on the Nile‘ and ‘Evil under the Sun‘, along with Angela Lansbury as Miss Marple in ‘The Mirror Crackd‘ and the sublime ‘Witness for the Prosecution‘. There has also been the repeat of Lucy Worsley’s superb 3 part documentary about the author.…