I have just come back from a rare solo sojourn into town, a lunch coupled with a sneaky look into Zara and Uniqlo. I browsed sales racks, new season offerings and a barrage of puffer vests – Uniqlo seems quite obsessed.
I also indulged in a bit of people watching. A lady with short bright orange hair wore a striped orange maxi dress and a pair of orange feather earrings that grazed her shoulders. Another woman wore a short floral dress, boots and a garland of flowers in her hair.
These women are flamboyant dressers and I love them for it. I love that kind of joyful style that encourages smiles all round. The absolute revelling in the creative power of dressing. The women whose fashion I admired had broken free of any of the shackles that can weigh us down when choosing our clothes. They chose for themselves. And I reckon they had a ball doing it.
But how do you get there? How do you get to dressing joyfully? Imagine if choosing your clothes each morning wasn’t a chore, but was something to look to forward to. Read more