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Transseasonal Dressing: Ways to Wear Transitional Clothes or What To Wear Whatever The Weather

Is it just us or is there an ever so slight chill in the air? The nights are getting darker, the knitwear is starting to appear, the seasons feel like they're about to click into place. Autumn is on its way. And with it, a colour palette of bold burnished tones, thick corduroy and heavy velvets, and layers. All. Of. The. Layers. With the weather in the UK being reliably unreliable, we thought it was the perfect time to share some tips on transitional dressing. That way if you leave the house feeling like we're being blessed with an Indian summer and suddenly find yourself in the depths of winter climes by lunchtime, we've got your back! Here at Trendlistr, we're...

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The Floaty Dress Edit

Hold onto the last days of summer with our Floaty Dress Edit.We get it, Autumn is just around the corner. And while part of us is ready to embrace knitwear, chunky boots and deliciously heavy fabric. We're also not quite ready to let go of those hazy summer days, and the relaxed whimsy of our summer wardrobes. We still want to hold onto the dream of a Mediterranean lifestyle with lunch outside, icy glasses of Pinot and days by the sea. Ok so the days might not be so sun-soaked but while temperatures are still in the double digits, we want to make the most of not having to wrap up our limbs. Cue the floaty dress. Our favourite transitional...

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The Red Edit: 4 Ways to Wear Red

From Gabrielle Chanel's signature rouge to Louboutin's iconic soles, red has always been a power colour. It's a colour that instantly captures people's attention and one that exudes confidence. What we love most about red is that it's a colour that transcends seasons. And it's a colour that almost always will have you standing a little taller when you wear it.If you're not someone who sees themselves as bold in your sartorial decisions, then we appreciate that red can be a little daunting. Which is why we put together this edit of some of our favourite Trendlistr finds to help you bring a bit more fire to your wardrobe. Add colour with your accessoriesThe easiest way to start wearing a...

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Lee Scullion Meets Shalini

We've been working with Lee for a couple of years now, occasionally lending our garments out for the stunning editorial shoots he puts together. This piece of work with model Shalini is his first foray back into fashion photography as lockdown begins to be eased... enjoy!  Interview by Lee Scullion, who is available for hire for weddings, events and fashion photography. Where was your stomping ground when you were growing up? Colombo, Sri Lanka.   What was your favourite lesson at school? My favourite lesson at school would be Roman Catholicism. I asked way too many non-biblical questions and was suspended numerous times for being curious and having a strong opinion about the non-practicality of religion in modern-day society! Where do you get your...

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3 Reasons Why It’s A Good Idea to Invest in a Fabric Mask During the Pandemic

As life slowly starts to creep back to normal, most of us are wondering what normal even looks like anymore. Chances are you might be feeling a bit nervous venturing out. Don't worry, us too! But we've been feeling more confident about braving the city with one of our fabric masks. When the pandemic began, like a lot of businesses we wanted to do what we could to help those at the front line. We've recently started producing vintage-inspired pieces made from deadstock fabric. And so our first response was to use some of our fabric stock to create reusable fabric masks for NHS staff to show our gratitude. Now we're offering these masks as made to order products directly...

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