It's fair to say that many of us have a soft spot for good old M&S. Renowned for its extensive lingerie selection, affordable cashmere and irresistible, pig-themed sweets, the high-street retailer was likely one of the more recognisable retailers on your local high street wherever you grew up. And it's suddenly become a reliable place to stock up on autumn/winter 2018 staples. While the chain has reported slumps in profits and is due to close over 30 stores nationwide, it has gained customers in womenswear, and it's not hard to see why.
It would seem that social media is split into a few camps: the Shein-haulers, the second hand shoppers and the luxury-loving high-spenders. As someone who keeps her purse strings tight, I feel like I’m missing out. In the past, especially during t
London will always be the cool, artsy kid of the fashion week schedule. You know the one — the effortless “it” girl in school who perpetually looked like she wasn’t trying but was somehow always wearing the perfect mix of trendy yet eccentri