There’s been quite a lot of hoo hah in the twittersphere lately about John Lewis announcing that they were bringing out a range of babies ware that wouldn’t be described as for boys or girls. People were throwing their toys out of the prom (see what I did there) about how their babies would all… Continue reading Me and Gender Neutrality
Hello, my name is Stella and I am a shoeaholic I am the eldest of 6 children and my mostly single Mum did her best to clothe and feed us. Shoe wise we had to mostly get by with school shoes, probably Start-Rite leather sandals, a pair of wellies for Winter and a pair of… Continue reading Me and Shoes
Since my daughter was old enough to choose for herself what she wanted to wear, there has been no hint of pink, or sparkles. She’s always been a Skater Girl, wearing trainers and board shorts and t-shirts that show what bands she likes. She has see-through blonde hair that was always in bunches so that… Continue reading Me, My Daughter P and Fashion
My Mum and my Nan always had knitting needles in their hands. As kids we always had something hand knitted. A few things that I remember are a particularly fetching batwing jumper with 2 stripes from the waistband over each shoulder that my Mum knitted me when I was about 9, and one Christmas –… Continue reading Me and knitting
I have been making clothes for an awfully long time. When we were young, my mum was always running up something or another as there were, as I’ve already told you, a lot of us. As a teen I remember going to the market on a Thursday and buying some fabric, cutting something out on… Continue reading Me and Sewing
I’ve just been for a little mooch around a local Shopping Centre and have come back with nothing after a dilemma. You see, I saw this beauty And I really like it, but it was what I consider quite a lot of money for a sweater. I did something similar a few weeks ago when… Continue reading Me and Fashion: Designer, High Street, or Supermarket?