I’m Sarah Banks and I’ve been dressing women like you, like us, for over 20 years. Through my fashion companies which hand make couture outfits, from bridalwear to daywear with every type of outfit in between I have intimate first hand understanding of what looks good on women of all different shapes and sizes. Over […]
Blog – Mrs Wardrobe
So how was the Jubilee weekend for you? I looked at this mass of people all out to have a good time and to celebrate our heritage. I thought how, if left to our own devices the British people would navigate themselves out of financial disaster simply by rolling their sleeves up and getting on […]
I had it in mind to write you a strictly organisational post about looking forward to Autumn and how to plan your Autumn wardrobe, (the high road), but I’ve decided to focus on what to wear to outdoor events wth the children/husband/boyfriend/friends (the low road). Autumn can wait one more week…..
It does seem like winter has gone on forever, but Spring is closer than you think ladies and in fact when it starts to get warm in approximately 10 days time, I don’t want you to be caught out by those lovely sunny rays pouring themselves out on to your white, pasty, unprepared skin and […]
WHAT is your wardrobe looking like? Where are all your spring clothes? ARe you starting to weed out your winter clothes and don’t know where to put them? Here Is a 5-step process to doing the seasonal shuffle. Don’t expect to do everything in one day, do expect to do a little planning. You […]
The nights are drawing in (in the Northern Hemisphere at least), it’s dark by 4.30pm in the South of England. There is an understandable leaning towards donning black uniformly, battening down the hatches. But to do that is to invite a dull emptiness, an invitation to a slight depression that we don’t really feel, negative […]
Monday. How it all goes so wrong 1 Monday is the day we get back in our shoes, put on our work clothes, get our brain into gear by remembering all those things on Friday that we didn’t have time to do, panic slightly as we remember something else that we really need to do, […]