Fuzzy Goose Style Join Fuzzy Goose stylist Catherine Roberts and find your fashion formula for spring/summer 2019.
Our Style Workshop is a great way to learn more about the new season’s fashion, dressing for your body shape, accessorising and showcasing the trends for the new season.
Catherine will give you tips and tricks to build a seasonal capsule wardrobe with a foundation of key pieces, mix and match items, accessories and how to add to your own wardrobe basics.
Over in Paris this week, the catwalks were filled with some cool-looking coral pieces at Chloe, Moncler Gamme Rouge, and Alexander McQueen.
This springtime shade is a popular floral and doesn't surprise me that designers have worked the poppy/geranium hue into their collections. Take a closer peek at more photos below, and let me know if you'll be rocking the coral colour next season.
Note: they look particularly vibrant paired with camel and navy, so pack a punch now!
Python, zebra, cheetah, croc and more animal prints roamed free and wild across the catwalk shows this season.
Victoria Beckham showed devotion to leopard print, Isabel Marant backed snake pattern trousers, while Tom Ford couldn’t decide and spliced together as many patterns as he could in a single look.
We have lots of animal print here at Fuzzy Goose, featured on tops, camis, jeans, jackets and jumpers.
Pop in and take a walk on the wild side!
We're happy to be supporting Radio Manchester's Chelsea Norris in her annual ladies lunch at the Hilton Hotel Manchester on Friday 7th September for two wonderful charities, St Anne's Hospice and Once Upon A Smile.
There will be a welcome drink, 2 course lunch, prosecco bar, blow dry bar, makeover station, stalls selling homewares, clothing, and jewellery.
Also, fabulous music, celebrity guests, musical performances, auction and raffle with dozens of prizes.
We'd love you to come - and if you've been to any of her previous ladies lunches you'll know how fun they are!
Tickets are selling incredibly fast - grab yours here: www.chelseanorris.co.uk/events
“Glitterati returns for Teenage Cancer Trust
A fashion show and charity dinner will be held in memory of Didsbury teenager and former Cheadle Hulme School pupil Cal Ballantine who lost his fight from a rare form of bone cancer aged just 19, in December 2015 will be held for the third year running.
“Glitterati” will be held on Friday March 16 at the Hallmark Hotel, Manchester Airport from 7.00pm.
The event will raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity supporting young people who need expert treatment and support from the moment they hear the word “cancer”.
The teenager launched charity fashion line ‘Made in Manchester’ while he was going through chemotherapy at the young oncology unit at The Christie Hospital.
Cal, alongside his best friend Samir Kamani developed the £10 t-shirts and donated all the profits to the Teenage Cancer Trust. The pair helped raise more than £20,000 for the charity, with celebrities such as Neol Gallagher, Joe Hart and Sergio Aguero backing the campaign. The total raised now stands at a staggering £258,890.
Kamani of Manchester based fashion business BooHoo man, will showcasing his men’s wear brand the runway along with Cheshire womenswear boutique Fuzzy Goose.
Tickets are for sale from £45 and limited sponsorship packages are also available to the event is attended by over 300 people, including local celebrities and is covered by local & national press and television.
For more details on sponsorship or tickets contact Jo Hoddes 07540 221806 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s time to get out the glitz as the Christmas party season is upon us. The high street is full of styles to choose from, so there’s no excuse not to dress to impress. Read on to find out the answers to some typical festive dressing dilemmas which when approached right, are sure to get you noticed under the mistletoe.
Do I have to wear heels?
To look and feel glamorous, a little heel can make such a difference to an outfit, especially for the party season. Kurt Geiger recently reported that sales of their 12cm plus heels had quadrupled, so any height goes, from a kitten to a skyscraper.
But there’s also a growing movement towards the flat party shoe, which model Alexa Chung has made her thing. Party flats are for the footwear connoisseur – too high heels are a bit “here come the girls”. If you go flat then the rules of sartorial balance say that they must be fancy and embellished. Look for leopard print or a bejewelled toe.
How can I keep warm in the taxi queue?
Faux fur. It’s everyday wear and so close to the real thing that everyone can have a bit of fur glam. Asos.com say that fantasy fur is doing “amazingly well” on its site.
Is it OK to wear red?
For Christmas 2017, red is the colour to make a statement and be remembered. Red says fashion not Santa this year, primarily because it’s been touted as the way to liven up verging-on-boring minimalist looks. Try not to wear it with black, which looks too harsh – wear with navy instead.
What if I don’t want to wear dress?
The posh jumpsuit has momentum this December. Insiders in the fashion industry say that it’s “all about the jumpsuit” again this year and just like the maxi dress, it’s here to stay. The key to the night time jumpsuit is to go for an old-school party fabric, as jersey looks too scruffy. Go for silk, a velvet panel or lace for maximum style points. Wear with a tux jacket and don’t hold back on the costume jewellery.
Can women wear jeans to the office party?
There was a moment a few years ago when wearing jeans to a party was akin to wearing taffeta, that is, massively outdated. Thankfully, that hiatus is over. But the rules have changed. Neat indigo jeans, heels and a glamorous top is better. Making jeans look 2017 party-appropriate means going a bit rock ‘n’ roll and clashing lots of different fabrics and accessories. Choose worn-in jeans, some leopard-print, jewellery, bright shoes and silky tops and wear together. Don’t be minimal and don’t go near diamante.
Whatever your party look this season, have fun and wear it well.
Happy Xmas Shopping, Love The Girls at Fuzzy Goose xx