Wednesday, June 30, 2010
The British sea side resort is back in fashion. Take the train from Victoria to the Kent coast and you find Fashionable Whitstable. About an hour from London on the train Whitstable has alot to offer. It has a flamboyant, eclectic high street full of independent traders and art galleries as well as useful chains. It is a working town and has a clean sea and pebbled beaches due to the fact that it has an Oyster producing industry and as a result has a crop of very good restaurants particularly Wheelers, Pearsons and The Sports Man attracting those who love fresh sea food locally as well as from London. It is recommended you book well in advance as they get very busy.
From a fashion and lifestyle location point of view it has a wealth of potential as a back drop for a photography shoot. Whitstable is so unspoiled and natural and long may it remain so.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Monday, June 28, 2010
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
Sharapova in her rose petal dress looked very elegant and almost balletic when she played, easily beating her opponent in straight sets.
Wedges were popular yesterday.....
I have randomly photographed the best dressed I saw on my wanderings around Wimbledon village between matches.
The dress at Wimbledon was predominantly comfort led and casual, shorts or skirts with t shirts, light summer dresses, flat sandals were everywhere, the gladiator sandal being the most popular. Higher shoes when worn were wedged.
Hats in the form of the Panama, the Trilby, the Cow Boy hat and Boho floppy were everywhere in all shapes and sizes. The fact that the sun beats down onto the courts with little or no shade has made the hat a must at Wimbledon.
The maxi dress hailed as a trend led success this summer was present and popular. It was mostly worn with flat gladiator sandals.