Last week I was at the world biggest tech conference WebSummit in Lisbon, Portugal, and what surprised me - among 60.000 attendees from around the globe - there was quite easy to spot fashionable and outstanding guests. And NO - they were representing start-ups not necessarily related to fashion tech!
So you have bought lot of stuff: clothes, shoes, bags, jewellery, everything that you needed you feel. You come back home, struggling to carry all the shopping bags, paying attention not to miss a single one. You unpack your bags to try everything on again. And? You suddenly realise you already have got two similar yellow dresses, almost identical denim trousers, the same shoes plus have bought a faulty cardigan. What shall I do now? - you think. Well, the wisest thing to do is to return the superflouous items to the shops you have bought the things at. But can we do it? And if so, how to do it? Do we know what are the rules governing the return policy in the UK? Today, we would like to share with you some return policy tips which can be useful when you have done shopping in the UK, but still want to give the things back.
We have just been through New, London, Milan, and most recently Paris Fashion Week. Those of us who are fashion world watchers, know the fashion weeks are no longer feasts for fashion experts exclusively. They have quite recently become feasts for fashion bloggers and genuine fashion aficionados. Why have the events changed? Today, we are going to look deeper into the worldwide fashion weeks, their history and how they have evaluated.
So this is it. London Fashion Week 2017 has officially been ended. What a show this year’s LFW it was! Today, we are going to look back on what this big festival of the fashion world had to offer this year and what trends LFW designers foresee for the coming spring 2018. Who were the top fashion designers this year in our opinion, what did they impress us with, and where you will be able to buy all of their stuff with the ShopTrotter app.