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Colour Your World this Summer

 It doesn’t take much to get us excited for summer as bright sunny days blend seamlessly into balmy summer nights. True to form, our fashion choices naturally reflect this passion. This season, you simply need to find your favorite crayola tone and wear it to your heart’s content. Will it be fuchsia, blue or yellow for you this summer? We say, why not all three?! Fuchsia Phenomenon Calling all girly girls - this summer will be coloured in glorious tones of hot fuchsia pink, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. The return to juicy candy pinks could be seen all over the runways of Tom Ford and Armani as well as… yep, you guessed it, Goose Island. We’re getting wrapped...

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Hello sunshine, hello summer wardrobe!

At last, the grey clouds have parted, the temperature has risen and it finally looks like summer has arrived. It’s the end of May and soon the holiday season will be in full swing. So it’s finally time to ditch those dark colours and chunky knits and swap them for a lighter, fresher, brighter summer wardrobe.   We don’t know how long it will last so let’s all make the most of it. Swap those winter browns for this seasons hot pinks, upbeat oranges and crisp white linen. Ditch the denim and liberate the linen, wave goodbye to the woollens and embrace the elegant floaty silks.   Transform your style from fireside to festival, from sun seeker to sun lover and...

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The Benefits of Wearing Linen in Summer

For many years, linen has been a popular summer fabric among men as well as women. Think back do the days of Imperial India when this poplar fabric was a must for the Brits facing the soaring tropical heat day in day out. The main benefit of wearing linen clothes in hot weather is the coolness they provide. Thanks to the weave and fibres used linen fabrics means they stay away from your skin allowing better airflow over your body. Linen is a “stiff” fabric and is less likely to cling to the skin; when it billows away, it quickly dries out and becomes cool again.
 Clothes made of linen possess high air permeability, which allows air to flow through...

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