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There are a few things we, on this fair isle, con­sider fail-safe con­ver­sa­tional bankers. One is the price of con­fec­tionary (be­cause Fred­dos re­ally did cost 10p not all that long ago). An­other is tea. How­ever, no small-talk topic can rile us up quite like the weather.

After what seems like an age of plod­ding through the win­ter months with noth­ing but Net­flix and mi­crowave meals to get us through, we £12.99, fi­nally get a hint of nice, re­spectable, not ter­ri­ble weather and what do we do? Start com­plain­ing about it, nat­u­rally. And boy, how we love to do that. I love to do that. Ev­ery day, with­out fail, I’ve moaned about 1) how muggy it is, 2) how my hair looks be­cause of said mug­gi­ness, 3) why it’s ar­chaic that pub­lic trans­port doesn’t have ad­e­quate air con­di­tion­ing, or 4) the fact I haven’t dressed cor­rectly for the (touch wood) soar­ing cli­mate.

Which is pre­cisely why we’ve ded­i­cated this is­sue to sort­ing out all your warm-weather-dress­ing woes. From the top 11 sun­shine sta­ples (see p56) to I Saw It First – the new, su­per-af­ford­able on­line brand set to go stel­lar – we’ve got ev­ery­thing you need to have your most stylish summer EVER. Then, once you’ve taken care of your wardrobe, it’s time to un­fuzz, de-hoof and get your glow on. Be sure to con­sult our fool­proof guide to self-tan­ning on p64 for easy hacks that any­one can do – with­out hav­ing to get some­one to do your back for you. Yes, re­ally. The one thing we can’t guar­an­tee? Good weather. But then, what would there be to com­plain about if we could? @Max­fashed­i­tor

top, £20 skirt, £25 both i Saw it First new Look

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