Hotter Shoes Style Series – Festive Styles for the Winter Season

As the festive season is now in full swing, for my latest Hotter Shoes article I style Cornwall shoes and Viviene heels to suit appropriately festive occasions. This festive season, Hotter Shoes have a style or design of shoe to suit every holiday occasion. 1930s Evening wear with Viviene Heels To create a 1930s evening … Continue reading Hotter Shoes Style Series – Festive Styles for the Winter Season

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My 1930s Wedding Dress

Although I have stitched various garments this year, one project has dominated all my other sewing plans - my wedding dress. As soon as we got engaged, I knew that I wanted to make my own wedding gown. This blog post will detail the processes I went through to make my own wedding dress using a 1930s sewing … Continue reading My 1930s Wedding Dress

Hotter Shoes Style Series – A 1930s Look With Beverley Boots & Redwood Brogues

As the weather turns decidedly chilly and Christmas approaches, the final instalment in my Hotter Shoes Style Series for this season is now live! In this instalment, both Kieren and I style outfits to suit a 1930s look; featuring the Beverley Boots and the Redwood Brogues. We were lucky enough to be able to shoot these pictures … Continue reading Hotter Shoes Style Series – A 1930s Look With Beverley Boots & Redwood Brogues

1930s Sewing With How To Do Fashion

Whilst I genuinely love original vintage sewing patterns, I also enjoy working with new sewing patterns; both from the 'main' pattern companies, and smaller labels. Although the company or brand producing the patterns may differ, the individual patterns that I choose all have one thing in common - a strong vintage aesthetic. This is hardly surprising considering … Continue reading 1930s Sewing With How To Do Fashion