Feel Good Clothing

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We all have favourite items of clothing; things that we keep year in, year out, regardless of whether they’re still in fashion or whether we even ever wear them anymore.

The flip side can be true as well, though. Sometimes, you might open the wardrobe and see a suit that you wore for an interview, when things went badly and you didn’t get the job, or a dress you wore on a date disaster. It’s not unusual for people who have gone through a break-up or separation to tear or cut up clothes that remind them of happier times; and doing this can bring about a sense of closure, even though it may seem wasteful.

The clothes you choose to wear can have a real effect on your mood. If you wake up feeling a little down and defeated; then choosing an outfit that you know looks good on you can really cheer you up. In the same way, if you know you need to make a good impression when meeting new people, you’ll put more effort into what you wear than you might on another day.

There’s also a link with the weather and being able to leave one season’s clothing behind you and embracing the next. There’s something great about the start of summer, for example, and getting all your summer clothes out and deciding what to keep and what you need to buy more of. Sometimes, you might see a photo of celebs like The Saturdays wearing certain clothing, and it’ll remind you of something similar you have in your wardrobe that you might have forgotten about.

Take steps to make your wardrobe make you feel good

  • You don’t want your wardrobe to bring you down – keep the items that give you a positive vibe and bin those that do the opposite.

  • Think about your favourite tops or trousers – what is it about them that make you feel good? Bear those points in mind when you are shopping for new items.

  • If a piece of clothing stirs up bad memories, and you’re never going to wear it again, then get it out of your wardrobe. It’s only cluttering up space – both physical and mental.

  • On the other hand, if you have clothes that bring you good memories just from looking at them or feeling their texture, but you don’t actually want to wear them anymore, there’s no harm in keeping them. Clothes can trigger memories in the same way that photos can, and if you’ve got the space, why not keep them?

  • Don’t be afraid to try something new. You may be in a wardrobe rut, where you’ve developed almost a uniform for yourself. Clues to this happening would be if you bring a new item home and discover you have something really similar already. Make the effort to branch out in what buy; take inspiration from friends who you always notice because of what they’re wearing. You don’t necessarily want to copy them, but you can follow their lead with some fresh ideas.

Mollie King is the star of Bullring The Show: 10 – check out her style

In less than two weeks The Bullring, Birmingham, continues its 10th Birthday celebrations with a very special fashion show. Bullring The Show:10 promises to be the biggest, glitziest and most exciting show the centre has ever staged, and to add star quality and glamour, Bullring has roped in one of the most beautiful and stylish ladies in pop as the presenter of all the shows on Saturday 28th September.

Yes, the gloriously beautiful Miss Mollie King from ‘The Saturdays’  is on her way to Birmingham. Following in the footsteps of last year’s great host Lydia Bright, Mollie will be bringing her brand of glamour to the Birmingham stage. She is also bringing the rest of ‘The Saturdays’ with her for a very special performance for the Saturday  7.00pm finale.

I think Mollie is the perfect choice for a show that celebrates the cream of High Street names, for she is a lady who has shown her style credentials in a range of High Street looks. Reiss, Oasis, Warehouse and Topshop have all been worn by Mollie to great effect, and she is also a fan of Kurt Geiger and Moda in Pelle shoes. This does not mean that she avoids designer wear, on the contrary she has worn designs by the likes of Preen to much acclaim, but Mollie clearly shows just how good high street fashion can look.

Mollie in Topshop and ASOS

Mollie wears Oasis

Mollie wears Reiss

Mollie in Reiss

Mollie in Reiss

Mollie in M&S

Mollie style – Get the look



Polka-dot cotton dress ref. 13035596 - Matcht1 £34.99 click to visit Mango

Matelot Stripe Vest Dress £14.10 click to visit French Connection

Emma PVC Diamond Trim Brocade Cocoon Dress £35 click to visit Boohoo

Frankie Moroccan Tile Print Shift Dress £15 click to visit Boohoo

Jessica Tote Day Bag £25 click to visit Boohoo

Limited Edition Notch Lapel Biker Coat 389 click to visit M&S


Celebrity Get the look featuring The Saturdays, Evan Rachel Wood and Jenna Dewan Tatum

Another week,  and another host of celebrities showing off some of their best on and off duty looks. From pregnant Hollywood ladies in Isabella Oliver, to those girls currently celebrating their first number one single (The Saturdays of course), there are some great, individual styles on display.

We also have a flurry of looks from that much favoured by celebrities brand In Love With Fashion, including a rather pretty dotted dress worn by Mollie King that has a very special 20% off for a couple of days if you use the special code below. And we have a new fashionista pick from Cecile, with luxurious t-shirts, as worn by Yasmin Sewell and currently exclusive to Liberty.

The Saturdays wear In Love With Fashion

LOVE Navy Asymmetric Drape Skirt £28 Click to visit Inlovewithfashion


LOVE Navy Polka Dot Tie Back Dress £38 click to visit Inlovewithfashion


You can currently get a secret 20% off this dress.

Code Mollie20

live now until midnight on 27th March

Click here to get dress.

Chelsee Healey wears Love

LOVE Black and White Stripe Cut Out Maxi Dress £36 click to visit Inlovewithfashion

Perrie Edwards wears Boohoo

Amara Baby Blue Suedette Lace Up Boots £35.00 click to visit Boohoo

Laura Whitmore in George G21

G21 Eye Print Blouse  £18.00 click to visit George at Asda

G21 Eye Print Blouse £18.00 click to visit George at Asda

More pieces from the Graduate Collections

G21 A-Line Mini Skirt £12.00 click to visit George at Asda

G21 Talent - Hair Clip Shift Dress £18.00 click to visit George at Asda

Click here to view whole graduate collection.

Jenna Dewan Tatum wears Isabella Oliver

Ruched Maternity Tank Top £35.00 click to visit Isabella Oliver

Evan Rachel Wood wears Isabella Oliver

The Everyday Maternity Blazer £169.00 click to visit Isabella Oliver

Yasmin Sewell wears Cecile

Cécile White Cheetah Stripe Print T-Shirt £65.00 click to visit Liberty

Cécile Grey Square Tile Print T-Shirt £65.00 click to visit Liberty