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We want to live here: a stylish family home in London

There are few Wear & Where features I love more than ones focusing on interior designer Laura Stephens' projects. Not only has Laura a great eye for decor and colour, she is also brilliant at explaining the thinking behind her process. Which means that as well as drooling over stunning pictures of exquisite homes, you can also pick up some great interior tips too....…

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Seeing Spots: The Return of the Polka Dot

Have you noticed that retro prints are taking over? First it was gingham (which I still love - fear not, gingham), then polka dots started cropping up everywhere. And a polka dot dress might be exactly what your wardrobe needs right now.…

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Pastels for Spring? Groundbreaking (but Gorgeous)

Dare I say it? The weather has been positively (comparatively) balmy of late. There's blossom on the trees. I've bared my ankles for three days on the trot. Spring is coming and it heralds a wardrobe (and home) shift. I am sliding away from darks and into the light joyfulness of pastel hues.…

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Why a dress + trainers is the no-brainer way to easy spring style

I'm taking a wild stab in the dark here, but i'm guessing we're all done with socks, tights and dressing for winter. What we want, nay need, in our lives is spring weather, bare legs and something easy, stylish to throw on. Which is why I'm happy that the season of midi dresses and trainers is almost among us....…

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5 x Spring Wardrobe Updates

Hi. You over there! Yes, you. Spring, isn't it? We can see you, huddled behind the cold front from Siberia. Stop flirting with us and come on OUT. There are clothes we want to wear. …

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Edinburgh: the perfect weekend destination

Weekends away. Remember those? I'm not sure if we did many, if any, of those planned weekend aways that you see in Hollywood movies or in ITV dramas just before Something Terrible happens, but we certainly went 'away' and it was generally at the 'weekend', something that we don't tend to do much of now. I say 'much of', I mean 'hardly ever, practically never', but when it does very occasionally happen, I was always think 'we should, nay, we need to do more of this'. Especially when it is to somewhere like Edinburgh, which in my humble opinion is one of the most beautiful and best places to visit on the planet....…