Share Your Wardrobe: And Then There Was You

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Welcome to the first in my series of Share Your Wardrobe. Today we are meeting the lovely Jane from ‘And then there was you

And then there was you

1) WHAT’S YOUR BLOG ABOUT:

I am a British Mum, married to a Spaniard and bringing up my son in Spain. My Blog is about living life on the Spanish Coast, my life as a mum to a five year old boy and Nutrition, Fitness, Fashion and Lifestyle tips and tricks I have picked up as an English Language Teacher, model, and during my latest adventure as a designer of my own children’s clothing line.

2) WHAT’S YOUR FAVE OUTFIT?

I’ve chosen two favourite Outfits. One is a coral dress from Guess that my husband bought me. The other is a day dress, again in Coral, from Michael Kors.

And then there was you dress

I obviously like the colour of the outfits – both being Coral! I love this colour in the Summer as it really brings out your tan. I like the Guess dress as it was a gift from my husband after a wonderful family trip to Barcelona. Although I am more a fan of Guess shoes than clothes, I really like the fit of this dress. I love the Michael Kors Dress. I always get compliments whenever I wear it for it´s colour and style, and I am always asked where I bought it. It´s a dress you can dress up or down, and I like the fact that it is smart and sophisticated.

My son’s shirts and trousers are from my upcoming clothing line for kids – Wilde Kids London.

And then there was you kids

3) WHERE DO YOU USUALLY SHOP FOR YOUR CLOTHES?

I usually shop in Zara or Massimo Dutti for my everyday clothes or in the UK at Oasis or lines at House of Fraser. I do like to have the odd designer piece in my wardrobe for special occasions. I like Roberto Verino for Coats, Michael Kors and Carolina Herrera.

4) WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE SHOPS FOR CHILDREN’S CLOTHES?

I try and avoid high street shops for Oliver as I live in a very small town where there is Zara or H&M for kids, and so everyone ends up wearing the same thing. I often buy Oliver Designer bits at Outlets (as they end up costing the same as Zara Clothes in the sale!) I really like Carolina Herrera for kids and Ralph Lauren. The reason I created my own children´s line was because I could never find the clothes I wanted for my son.

5) WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE STORE FROM YOUR CHILDHOOD?

It would have to be BHS for all the Christmas Stocking fillers – that’s a big part of my childhood memories, and Miss Selfridge which is where all of my friends and I, as school girls used to go and buy our clothes – we thought we were very cool!

6) DO YOU HAVE ANY OTHER SHOPPING TIPS?

I would say sometimes less is more, when buying clothes. I used to buy lots of clothes during the sales, but now I have learnt to be selective. I think it´s better to have some very good, unusual pieces rather than lots of clothes that will go out of style quickly or deteriorate quickly.

You can find Jane at rockingmummysworld.wordpress.com and on
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Thank you for taking part Jane – I’m a big fan of coral too, it’s a really summery shade. Your new kids’ line of clothing is very exciting – good luck with it!

If you would like to take part in Share Your Wardrobe, just email me here: Send Message

Sabrina x

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