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It is often the first thought when an invitation lands on your doormat: What will I wear?! So, I have applied the Flatter Fashion Tips to finding gorgeous outfits which are perfect for any wedding, christening or garden party so that you can RSVP in style! You are looking for gathering, pleats, […]

Flattering Occasionwear



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My half-joking comment at the end of my last blog has lead us here… the Christmas Jumper post: 25 festive jumpers, from the sublime to the ridiculous! These are all great because the pattern decorates your chest; look for fairisle knit creating a scoop neckline, sequins to draw the eye, […]

Flatter Festive Jumpers!



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If ever there was a time to discuss decoration, this is it! Decoration is one of my five basic flatter fashion tips: Be proud of your chest: decorate it! Look for patterns to draw the eye around your outfit, contrasting patterns on the bib or yoke, and appliquéd designs such […]

Flatter Festive Frocks and Tops


With wintry weather on the way I thought now would be a good time to start looking for a new coat. As you may have already found out, not all coats sit well on a flat chest. I sent my gorgeous military inspired double breasted coat from last winter (before […]

Coats Autumn/Winter 2015




I have finally spent my Christmas 2014 giftcards! All 11 of the items I took into the changing room would work well on a flat chest, but I chose the Black Watch Tartan Tunic Dress and the Parisian Collection Pussybow Blouse. There were also lots of lovely blanket wraps and […]

New Look September 2015


In this post there are several really flattering tops which I tried on with this autumn’s must-have item, the A-line cord skirt. This one is from M&Co in a gorgeous shade of aubergine (also available in chocolate brown and black):       Sleeveless Tie Front Blouse, Ivory (also available in […]

M&Co September 2015




 I am old fashioned; I miss the excitement of the new catalogue the size of an encyclopedia arriving. Leisurely flicking through the first time scanning the pages, maybe folding back the corners if something really caught your eye. Then going back through, but this time with paper and pen at […]

Littlewoods July 2015