Monday, 30 November 2015

Sportswear: Scuba Jacket, Track Pants & Nike Hi-Tops + the #iwillwearwhatilike Link Up

Winter sportswear: Scuba jacket, track pants, Nike hi-tops
I'm so glad I chose sportswear as this week's #iwillwearwhatilike link up theme: The weather was so horrifically grey, wet and windy over the weekend that any pretty dresses or ladylike outfits would have suffered horribly outside. Luckily I could just about get away with a photo shoot of super-casual track pants and Nike hi-tops in this wind that's still going on today (that we'll have till mid-week at least apparently).

THE WEATHER WAS SO HORRIFICALLY GREY, WET AND WINDY OVER THE WEEKEND THAT ANY PRETTY DRESSES OR LADYLIKE OUTFITS WOULD HAVE SUFFERED HORRIBLY OUTSIDE.

My sportswear look is made of up of a few key pieces: The obvious Nike hi-tops (last seen here), the khaki track pants (so comfy) and the white scuba jacket (I just love the detailing on this piece). Although it looks freezing in the photos it wasn't actually that cold... oh, but the wind! It was seriously blowing a gale and I'm amazed I stayed upright at all. Or managed to smile. I think I ended up grinning deliriously in the end from getting blown about so much.

Must mention last week's link up: So many amazing bold pattern outfits were linked up last week, so don't miss the ones I've featured below. It's fantastic to see it's not just the 20-somethings who can rock bright, bold clothes...!

What sportswear (or sportswear-inspired) pieces do you own and wear? Are you a fan of the sports-luxe look or enjoy a simple jeans n' sneakers look - tell me in the comments or tweet me @notlamb!

Sportswear: Track pants, Nike hi-tops
Winter sportswear: Scuba jacket, track pants
Winter sportswear: Scuba jacket, track pants, Nike hi-tops
Winter sportswear: Scuba jacket, track pants
Jacket: ASOS | Sweater: New Look (now only £6!!) | Trousers: Marks & Spencer (similar) | Nike hi-tops: c/o La Redoute (similar) | Snood: ASOS (close match) | Nails: Essie 'Chocolate Cakes'

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#iwillwearwhatilike link up | Not Dressed As Lamb
Thank you for joining the #iwillwearwhatilike link up! This started as a campaign on Instagram in August 2015 where women over 30 wore everything on a journalist's list of "inappropriate" items for 30+ women (including leopard print, short dresses and oversized sunglasses. Yes, really). It was so popular that I decided to carry it on weekly where women of all ages link up their fabulous style, never mind what anyone tells them not to wear!

So link up all your fabulous outfits (or shoes, accessories, make-up, etc.) every Monday at 3pm UK time - it'll stay open for a week. Whilst the original article was of course aimed at the 30+, you can be ANY age to link up. The only criteria is that you're wearing whatever you damn well like!

Blogger s wearing bold pattern #iwillwearwhatilike
My favourite BOLD PATTERN outfits from last week's link up

NEXT WEEK:
THE OPTIONAL THEME FOR 7TH DECEMBER IS FAUX FUR


All I ask of you linking up is that you:

1. Please follow your host Not Dressed As Lamb (via Bloglovin or Instagram)
2. Link up your outfits (blog or Instagram posts) that show how you choose to wear what you like - as many as you like!
3. Include a link back to this post if you're linking from a blog post, or add my button (below)
4. Post your outfit on Instagram (if you use it) with the hashtag #iwillwearwhatilike - Monday's the day to join in the IG fun
5. Visit some of the other links and share the love!

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Catherine

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Friday, 27 November 2015

Oversized Shearling and Suede Gilet With a Vintage 60s Hat

Shearling/suede gilet, vintage 60s hat
HOW huge and furry and warm and gorgeous is this shearling gilet?! It's the warmest thing to come out of my (go into my?) wardrobe since my mum bought me a red all-in-one padded ski suit when I was four and we lived in Canada. Except I also wore a red balaclava with that, but here I went easy on the headgear and only went for a vintage 60s bakerboy hat I got from eBay.

IT'S THE WARMEST THING TO COME OUT OF MY (GO INTO MY?) WARDROBE SINCE MY MUM BOUGHT ME A RED ALL-IN-ONE PADDED SKI SUIT WHEN I WAS FOUR AND WE LIVED IN CANADA.

In fact I've waited since July to wear this cutie (the hat I mean) - I think I was shopping for something else entirely and happened to see this pop up. It's one of those Marmite items that people will either love or hate, but I absolutely adore it. I love the fact that it looks undoubtedly vintage and has a random brooch on the front. I feel like Barbra Streisand in What's Up Doc, and that's no bad thing.

I'll see you back here on Monday for the #iwillwearwhatilike link up: Sportswear's the theme. And if you follow me on Instagram you may see a few pictures from Paris while I'm there for a quick 24 hour press trip tomorrow... It's nice to get a chance to go and show my support for that wonderful city, albeit in a very small way.

Finally, if you scroll down you may just get to see that red ski suit I talked about. It's class. But then so are the rest of my family's 70s outfits....!

Shearling/suede gilet, vintage 60s hat
Shearling/suede gilet, vintage 60s hat
Shearling/suede gilet, vintage 60s hat
Shearling/suede gilet, vintage 60s hat
Shearling/suede gilet, vintage 60s hat
Shearling/suede gilet, vintage 60s hat
Shearling gilet: ASOS | Sweater: ASOS (similar) | Jeans: c/o JQ Jeans | Boots: c/o La Redoute (similar) | Bag: Debenhams | Hat: Vintage (eBay) | Sunglasses: French Connection | Nails: Barry M 'Peach Melba' (similar)

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Here's that red ski suit I mentioned (with the hood down, c.1976). I'll let you decide who's the most stylish in my family (L-R: Mum, eldest sister, brother, me, middle sister): My vote goes to my mum. Her coat isn't unlike my white fur wedding coat. But she wore hers with PINK trousers and black gloves to match her hair. Wow.

1970s family photo

Catherine

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Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Some of My Favourite Fun and Fabulous Links - November 2015

Not Dressed As Lamb's Favourite Fun & Fabulous Links November 2015
I've moved the date of my monthly Favourite Fun and Fabulous Links post to the fourth Wednesday of the month, so welcome to its new spot! There are some (refreshingly different) things to do when you're having a bad day, an ethereal wedding dress and guinea pigs, er, talking about all things pumpkin.

Enjoy - and Happy Humpday!

(Photo credits: Top left | Top right | Bottom left | Centre | Middle right | Bottom right)

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Laurie wrote a beautifully touching open letter - Starting Somewhere - about why she started a blog.

Bloggers using Googled or Pinterest images beware: A cautionary tale of a blogger who was sued for unauthorised use of an image.

Kristen's stunning black, white and yellow outfit has more than a touch of the 80s about it - and that's a very good thing.

"If you fall, get up. Learn from your mistakes. We all fail, but that does not mean we are failures, or that we will never succeed." Michelle's excellent advice for learning to give up junk food and eat a healthier diet.

I'm not sure what I love most about Samantha's autumnal outfit: The tartan skirt, the boots or the overall retro styling.

With party season coming up I desperately want this sparkly round box clutch.

7 things Amber does when she's having a bad day: No bubble baths or yoga, these things are much more fun and inventive than that.

Janise's shearling jacket is incredibly stylish but even more so because she's paired it with flared jeans.

Fashion expert Caryn Franklin has written about The Beauty of Age: "When I called myself old recently in the Sunday Times, there was mayhem. I reassured Twitter followers that OLD was GOLD and GREY is GREAT."

Blair Eadie's photography has always been great but this shoot goes to prove that four simple, creative and varied outfit photos are far more effective than 10 full length shots with minimal changes in pose. Note to self: Up your photography game.

Jaclyn got married at the weekend and shared pictures of "the wedding dresses that never were". See the final (and beautifully ethereal) choice on her Instagram feed here.

Finally - two great videos:

Try not to lose it watching two guinea pigs talking about how everything is pumpkin-spiced at this time of year.

And if this doesn't make your day, I don't know what will: Cutest call ever to 911 by a small girl. Some girls are aware of looking good for the emergency crews at a very young age ;)

Catherine

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Monday, 23 November 2015

Multi-Coloured Belted Wrap & Flared Jeans + the #iwillwearwhatilike Link Up: Bold Pattern

Multi-coloured belted wrap, flared jeans
"Bold pattern" has to be one of my favourite #iwillwearwhatilike themes so far! The theme is, as always, optional but I'd especially love to see what bright, bold patterns you've got to show off this week. Scroll down to see all details about the link up!

This (incredibly bright) wrap is by Tommy Hilfiger and I got it for a steal at TK Maxx years ago (last seen here). I've seen the belted wrap look a lot on Pinterest lately, and I've been wanting to try it myself for ages. My wrap is very large and rectangular, but belting would work with any poncho-style wrap or oversized scarf. With temperatures in the UK dropping to below zero over the weekend I needed the layers - and yes, I've succumbed to tights under jeans for the first time this season.

I'm nice and toasty and I'm not complaining!

I think the dark denim flares were the perfect style jean to wear with this wrap - they're a good neutral contrast to the brightness of the pattern. I'm also fully aware of the Clint Eastwood/Man with No Name vibes I'm giving off with the combination of fedora and 'poncho'. The husband kept humming the tune to "The Good the Bad and the Ugly" at me and I still have it stuck in my head...!

I'M FULLY AWARE OF THE CLINT EASTWOOD/MAN WITH NO NAME VIBES I'M GIVING OFF WITH THE COMBINATION OF FEDORA AND 'PONCHO'.

Talking of flares: Reaching for them much more often than skinnies now. All those platform boots I bought a few years ago are now my friend.

Let me know what your favourite bold patterns are! Plus do you think skinnies have [almost] had their day? Let me know in the comments or tweet me @notlamb!

Multi-coloured belted wrap, flared jeans
Multi-coloured wrap, navy fedora
Multi-coloured belted wrap, flared jeans
Multi-coloured belted wrap, flared jeans
Multi-coloured wrap, navy fedora
Wrap: Tommy Hilfiger via TK Maxx (I love this one - and it's reversible!) | Sweater: Zara (similar) | Jeans: ASOS | Boots: Zalando (LOVE these 60s-style ones) | Hat: Forever 21 (similar) | Neck scarf: ASOS | Belt: Unknown | Nails: Barry M 'Peach Melba' (similar)

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#iwillwearwhatilike link up | Not Dressed As Lamb

Thank you for joining the #iwillwearwhatilike link up! This started as a campaign on Instagram in August 2015 where women over 30 wore everything on a journalist's list of "inappropriate" items for 30+ women (including leopard print, short dresses and oversized sunglasses. Yes, really). It was so popular that I decided to carry it on weekly where women of all ages link up their fabulous style, never mind what anyone tells them not to wear!

So link up all your fabulous outfits (or shoes, accessories, make-up, etc.) every Monday at 3pm UK time - it'll stay open for a week. Whilst the original article was of course aimed at the 30+, you can be ANY age to link up. The only criteria is that you're wearing whatever you damn well like!

#iwillwearwhatilike - Bloggers in leather and suede
My favourite LEATHER/SUEDE outfits from last week's link up

NEXT WEEK:
THE OPTIONAL THEME FOR 30TH NOVEMBER IS SPORTSWEAR


All I ask of you linking up is that you:

1. Please follow your host Not Dressed As Lamb (via Bloglovin or Instagram)
2. Link up your outfits (blog or Instagram posts) that show how you choose to wear what you like - as many as you like!
3. Include a link back to this post if you're linking from a blog post, or add my button (below)
4. Post your outfit on Instagram (if you use it) with the hashtag #iwillwearwhatilike - Monday's the day to join in the IG fun
5. Visit some of the other links and share the love!

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Do share the love and visit as many links as you can (you never know what other lovely like-minded ladies you might meet) - the original Instagram campaign forged some wonderful new relationships so don't miss out!


Catherine

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Saturday, 21 November 2015

Why the Negativity Towards Brands That Target the Older Woman?

Why the Backlash Against Brands That Target the Older Woman? | Why is it a problem for some women to be recognised as older and enjoy products that meet our needs...?
In the past few weeks I've noticed a little bit of negativity towards brands that specifically target the older woman, namely, the 40 plus market. This may seem strange to some of you considering that the majority of my audience are over 35 and I receive a number of comments talking about the need for more to be done to cater for the older woman.

However, it has highlighted the fact that a few of us are not so keen on being recognised as being old.

There, I said it: We're old. And I've said it before but I'll say it again:

This is NOT a bad thing.

"Old" is not a bad word. It's only a bad word if we let it mean something bad.

Since I questioned why some women lie about their age, and subsequently featured new 40+ clothing brand Hope, some of the feedback I've received about anything that targets and recognises older women has been a bit negative. I get that we don't want to be constantly reminded that we're no longer 20-something, or that we "need" anti-ageing products, or that our waistlines are thickening... But WHY is it a problem for some women to be recognised as older and simply enjoy products that meet our needs?

I GET THAT WE DON'T WANT TO BE CONSTANTLY REMINDED THAT WE'RE NO LONGER 20-SOMETHING, OR THAT WE "NEED" ANTI-AGEING PRODUCTS, OR THAT OUR WAISTLINES ARE THICKENING...

I don't think there's any denying that we ARE different to how we were in our 20s or 30s. Yes, I know I often say I don't feel different to how I felt in my 20s, but we have to be honest with ourselves. How many of us are living exactly the same life we were living 20 or 30 years ago? Are we living in the same house, with the same partner, with the same job, with the same household income, with the same children (who haven't aged, or who didn't exist then)?

Are we watching the same TV shows, going to the same places at the weekend, reading the same magazines and newspapers, walking the same dog, enjoying the same hobbies - and had no new life experiences, good or bad?

What I'm saying is that although many of us don't feel any different, we are different, whether we like it or not. Life rarely stays the same over that amount of time. We're always affected hugely by life events. Therefore, if you are older, you are different - and that's not a bad thing, either.

I think the problem lies within the negative connotations that ageing has. The word "old" = bad.

Earlier this year I was lucky enough to be featured in the Sunday Times Style magazine, and one of the other women featured was British fashion expert Caryn Franklin. Most British women aged about 35 and over will remember her on The Clothes Show, an innovative fashion show from the 80s and 90s. In the magazine she was quoted as saying:

"I'D DESCRIBE MY STYLE AS 'FEISTY'. IT'S GREAT BEING OLD. FASHION IS ON MY TERMS." - Caryn Franklin

So there you have it - a stylish, incredibly attractive older woman describing herself as old. There was no apologetic tone about it; just a positive message of "I'm old, and it's great".

I think we need to stop apologising for being old. I'm guilty of it now and then, joking about my age on Twitter for example when I tweet something to a 22-year-old. However, it doesn't make any sense why I do. There I'm communicating with others who have the same common interests as me (fashion, in my case), we're all reading the same articles, enjoying the same runway collections, seeing the same celebrities in the gossip magazines.

But generally speaking it's our lifestyles that are different. Some brands like Zara or Topshop have a target market of women in their 20s and early 30s and therefore present their collections, stores, advertising, website and tone of voice in a way that'll attract that age group. And why shouldn't they? If they tried to cater for women between 18 and 80 their marketing would be all over the place and make no sense to anyone.

So it shouldn't be seen as a negative thing that other brands do the same for women in their 40s, 50s and older. We tend not to want loud music in stores. We tend not to want to show off acres of flesh as we get older. We tend to value comfort as much as style (nothing wrong in that). Brands who create a product that addresses these needs aren't dictating to us how we should shop or what we should buy - they're giving us an alternative that is more likely to appeal to us.

WE TEND NOT TO WANT LOUD MUSIC IN STORES. WE TEND NOT TO WANT TO SHOW OFF ACRES OF FLESH AS WE GET OLDER. WE TEND TO VALUE COMFORT AS MUCH AS STYLE (NOTHING WRONG IN THAT).

The problem is not enough brands are doing this, and older women are losing out as a result. When I talked about a new 40+ clothing brand that really appealed to me and received a few comments from readers saying they don't like people being 'put in boxes' or that they 'don't believe that women of different ages should dress differently', I got a little frustrated.

I agree, but not where brands and their products are concerned.

Brands have to do it, otherwise they will fail. It's known as target marketing, which is identifying your target customers by asking whose problems your product or service solves. Older women have their own set of problems, just as much as young girls have their own, very different set of problems.

If you think about, no one has a problem with brands specifically targeting teens and 20-somethings.

Maybe it's time we stopped trying to fight our age and made ourselves more willing to embrace brands that want to make us [even more] fabulous?

Remember: If you don't ask, you don't get.

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Let me know your thoughts in the comments below (or tweet me @notlamb if it's easier)...!

Catherine

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Thursday, 19 November 2015

My Signature 'Preppy With a Twist' Style | Daniel Wellington Watches Partnership

Preppy style | Daniel Wellington watch
NDAL banner
I'm so excited to be partnering with Daniel Wellington on this post! The watch brand is synonymous with preppy style; it's really fitting because whenever I'm asked to describe my style I usually say "Preppy with a twist". I thought I'd show you my signature style and how well it's complemented by this brand with a preppy weekend outfit that's perfect for mild autumnal days.

I don't know about you but when I think of preppy style I think of bloggers such as Classy Girls Wear Pearls or Atlantic Pacific. Both of these girls have amazing style and carry off Breton tops, ballet flats and trench coats with aplomb.

I personally like taking elements of preppy style and switching it up a little. A longline blazer instead of a trench coat, distressed jeans instead of chinos. Pointed block heels flats instead of ballet flats. But I'll admit to owning a lot of Breton stripe tops - there are some key pieces that you just shouldn't mess with!

I PERSONALLY LIKE TAKING ELEMENTS OF PREPPY STYLE AND SWITCHING IT UP A LITTLE. A LONGLINE BLAZER INSTEAD OF A TRENCH COAT, DISTRESSED JEANS INSTEAD OF CHINOS.

When I was contacted with an offer to work with Daniel Wellington I knew it would be a perfect fit because of the brand's leanings towards preppy style and their commitment to high quality, beautifully made timepieces. In fact it even says on the website "Our vision is that when someone thinks of a preppy dressed person, he or she is wearing a Daniel Wellington watch". My watch goes perfectly with this weekend outfit I wore for a Sunday morning brunch: Eggs Benedict, almond croissant, orange juice and hot chocolate (sorry if I'm making you hungry!)... That's what I call my kinda Sunday.

I chose the very sleek Classic York Lady (36mm) with a silver case and dark brown leather band. Amazingly the casing is just 6mm thick: It definitely adds to the feeling of quality when you have a watch this thin. As with most Daniel Wellington watches it also comes in a pretty rose gold. I know I've been obsessing over everything in this colour lately (hair included!); however, I have several gold watches but strangely no quality silver watches. With a couple of silver bracelets the watch really does look very classy - there's something about having a great looking, high quality watch that makes you feel properly dressed.

Their watches also have interchangeable straps so you could change it for a fabric (NATO) or a leather one in a different colour if you wished. Wristbands start at just £18 so you could have a "new" watch for a fraction of the price of a whole new one. 

I also have to mention the face: If I were to design a watch face myself, it would look like this. I like each of the minutes being marked (I hate guessing how many minutes past it is), and I prefer the minimal design of lines over the numbers 1-12. Plus if I'm not wearing my glasses the large casing size (36mm) makes it so much easier to read the time...!

Finally, Daniel Wellington are kindly offering a discount code to all Not Dressed As Lamb readers! Use code notdressedaslamb at the checkout and you will receive 15% off all purchases. As you will see from the last picture, the watches come in a beautifully presented gift box so they would make a perfect Christmas present for someone (they of course do men's watches too).

USE CODE 'NOTDRESSEDASLAMB' AT THE CHECKOUT AND YOU WILL RECEIVE 15% OFF ALL PURCHASES.

I'd love to know if you're either a fan of preppy style or Daniel Wellington! What do you think of the minimal design and classic straps? Do let me know in the comments or tweet me @notlamb!

Daniel Wellington watch | Classic York Lady 36mm
Daniel Wellington watch | Classic York Lady 36mm
Daniel Wellington watch | Classic York Lady 36mm
Preppy style | Longline camel blazer, Breton top, pointed white flats
Preppy style | Longline camel blazer, Breton topPreppy style | Daniel Wellington watch
Preppy style | Longline camel blazer, Breton top, distressed denim, pointed white flats
Daniel Wellington watch | Classic York Lady 36mm
Preppy style | Longline camel blazer, Breton top, pointed white flats
Preppy style | Longline camel blazer, Breton top, pointed white flats
Preppy style | Camel blazer, Breton top, snakeskin bag
Daniel Wellington watch | Classic York Lady 36mm
Watch: c/o Daniel Wellington | Blazer: ASOS (similar save, similar spend) | Top: c/o Damart (similar) | Jeans: ASOS (similar) | Shoes: Debenhams (similar) | Bag: c/o Laura Ashley (I like this one) | Bracelets: SENCE Copenhagen / Next | Nails: NYDJ Ltd Edition (similar)

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Catherine

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