At Woolshops I Wear…
Over the next four weeks, we have four bloggers coming to Woolshops to photograph, video and write about their favourite men’s and women’s fashion and beauty picks this autumn winter. As well as this, we will have a number of competitions running on the Woolshops Facebook page, giving away products, treatments and accessories; keep your eyes peeled! Finally, to be in with the chance of winning a £150 Topshop/ Topman voucher, find the hidden clothes tag on our website, click on it and fill in your details. This competition will run from Monday 23rd September until Friday 18th October, with the winner being chosen on Saturday 19th October and contacted by email.
Our first blogger is Maryska Grant. She wrote about her top autumn winter trends and favourite transitional pieces she found at Woolshops. Learn a little something about her:
Fun fact about yourself: I’m obsessed with Strictly!!
Top style tip: Keep it classic.
Fashion pet peeve: I can’t stand fake designer items!
Read her blog here: https://basicgal.co.uk/blog/2019/9/25/getting-your-wardrobe-ready-for-autumn
Our second blogger is Siân-Elizabeth. She is a professional working mum and has a passion for fashion. On Monday, she took a trip to Woolshops and wrote about all the Mummy must-haves thats she found.
Fun fact: I’m a trained classical ballet dancer and a lawyer!
Top style tip: Look for things fit your silhouette, start with classics and forget trends – it’s about your personality and not what everyone else is wearing!
Fashion pet peeve: Clothes that don’t fit well.
Read her blog here: https://ivorynoirblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/03/mummy-must-haves/
Our third blogger is Abbey Gray. After visiting, she wrote a blog post about her shopping experience and her top fashion and beauty buys that can be found at Woolshops.
Name: Abbey Gray
Fun fact about yourself: Last year I skydived out of a plane at 15,000ft (which is pretty impressive to say I’m terrified of planes)
Top style tip: One of my favourite quotes is ‘you can never be overdressed or over-educated’; if you’re ever in doubt about a dress code – always overdress, never under!
Fashion pet peeve: My instant reaction is cycle shorts – I just cannot get on board with that trend, keep the lycra for the gym!! But I actually think my biggest pet peeve is scruffiness.