I'm back from my world trip and rareing to
go! I've had a great time
researching the northern hemisphere's fashions for the Fall/Winter
2010/11 season in France, England and the US. I'll have more on this
subject for you next month.
I did so much 'research' that it's
just as well the baggage
allowance from the US is more than from Europe and that I'd packed
light when I left home! I'd forgotten how much I love shopping in the
US and how much cheaper, than either Australia or the UK, the clothes
Enjoy this month's Style
Snippets. Until next month, all the best
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Wardrobe Clearout Time!
time of year again! The seasons are changing: getting cooler
the northern hemisphere and warmer in the southern hemisphere. So it's
a great time to clear out your wardrobe, put
away off-season clothes, bring out the new season's clothes you had
packed away and plan your wardrobe for the new fashion season.
I give you a systematic way to approach
Gap comes to Australia!
I'm very pleased to report that the American
clothing store Gap has opened in Australia! The store has been in the
UK for many years.
Gap has long been the source of some of my
basics such as t-shirts and cardigans. And I've also found
core wardrobe items there, such as pants. And this year, while I was in
the UK, I bought a lovely silk and cotton sleeveless dress with a
ruffle neckline that is set to become a favorite (see photo).
The first Australian store
is in Melbourne's Chadstone shopping centre. The next to open will be
in October. Great, so I no longer have to wait for my annual UK trip to
For updates see Gap's