A capsule Festive wardrobe...

So last week, I did a talk at the John Lewis Christmas event for hush homewear.

And the way I decided to look at their new season (they have various drops throughout the season and their "seasonal" clothes are now in) was how, with just a couple of new pieces, you could create different looks to take you into the Spring.  I have had so many messages from people who couldn't make it, asking if I could outline what I spoke about and what items I chose and why.  

So here we are... all your seasonal occasion needs met.  The idea I always promote when it comes to new season clothes is to buy a few items that you can wear on their own as different outfits but also wear with your old favourites to create new, fresh looks.

Starting with my obvious favourite item... The.  Dress.  Now first up, I must say that if you are grappling with the issue of midi dresses being too long for you - LOOK NO FURTHER. 

The one that I chose, is the longest that they have in their midi ranges but online, all their other midis are definitely made for the less tall amongst us.  

I would wear this on its own.  With boots (over the knee, knee or ankle - any boots work), flats, heels or trainers, depending on the occasion.

Cosmos Dress £99





And then I dressed it down with a jumper or sweatshirt over the top.  First up - I am championing everything hooded and throwing one over a dress, just transforms it into a much more casual outfit. 

Dolman Hooded Sloppy Joe £49



Alternatively a jumper over the dress will also add to its versatility by transforming it into a skirt.
Lightening Bolt Jumper £89




And then, the jumper and sweatshirt can also be teamed with a skirt on its own.  This is a wardrobe must have.  Perfect length for most people (apart from if you're really tall) AND IT HAS POCKETS!!  Easy to dress up or down. 

Marina Skirt £65



Next item on the agenda is the blouse.  Goes perfectly with the above skirt.  Looks amazing with jeans.  Can wear to work, play or out in the evening. 

Atlas Wrap Skirt £59




Or another option for a blouse that would go with the above black skirt and then the matching skirt beneath, is the Barossa Blouse £69



Which makes an amazing dress alternative with the skirt below.  Which can also be worn with the black above blouse, jumper or sweatshirt.  Ta DAH!

Florence Skirt £59




If skirts aren't your thing, then my must haves which I bang on about ALL THE TIME, but that's because they're so awesome are.. drum roll... the harems.

Long Harems in Black £55




The beauty about the harems is that you can wear them for casual days with trainers and a jumper or sweatshirt.  Throw on one of the above two blouses with heels for a smarter look. 

And to finish off - the black jacket works perfectly with all of the above looks.  

Zadie Blazer £95




So, in a nutshell - you can buy any of all of the above which will take you from work, to parties, to Christmas Day, to slobbing out on Boxing Day.  Just add extra bling (which I have coming soon.. for those of you who don't want to do an item of clothing, I have sparkle on tap for everyone).

And speaking of all things seasonal, bring me all things Christmas.  Seriously, I can't get enough of it and having to stop myself ordering a ton of new goodies to decorate the house. 

Yesterday added fuel to my festive fire, as I went along to the La Redoute Winter Showcase.  Check out the frosty floral wall. 


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Dress - See by Chloe at Bicester
Leather jacket - Ted Baker
Earrings - H&M
Leopard print bag - Tory Burch
Black boots - Topshop

It was then onto a number of different press days, all of which were SS18 (my one tip is stock up on all things lilac...) and then off for Christmas Dinner with Ted Baker.  I cannot remember the last time I felt so glamorous.  Thank you to all the team for a fabulous evening at The Zetter Hotel.

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Kyoto Gardens Maxi Dress - Ted Baker
Earrings - H&M

I am exhausted today (I am such a wimp - left the house at 8.15am yesterday and got back at 11.30pm - seriously it has totally wiped me out) so have handily been able to work from home today.  And this evening - it's back to London with the 13yr old for the Premiere of Daddy's Home Too.  I don't know who is more excited - me or her.  The theme is Christmas sparkle (which is total music to my ears) and I am going to be cracking out the Ted Baker shoes I wore on the shoot I did a couple of months ago.  

Which led me to think, if a sequin jacket isn't your thing, party shoes are THE perfect way to add a nod to the occasion.  The first extra bling blog coming soon.

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  1. Festive?

    Funereal. So much black!

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    1. I thought exactly the same! Same old same old too

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    2. More advertising for hush.

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    3. I LOVE black for Christmas! OF course it's not all you can wear BUT the point of the talk that I did (which I'm sure I said..) was to pick pieces that would make a capsule wardrobe to get you through the festive season. So it's all about versatility. For me - that means keeping it monochrome. And add festive cheer by adding bling . Which I did say. Which will be coming soon! Hope that clarifies that!

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    4. "same old, same old" well - sorry about that, but - as I said - this was just running through what I picked as my capsule wardrobe when I did the presentation at John Lewis. For people who probably don't read the blog. They didn't seem to think it was "same old, same old"... Hopefully there will be something that's more to your liking shortly!

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    5. As I said in the blog - I have been asked by many people if I could give a run through of what I chose to talk about last week at John Lewis. Which, as I said, was for hush. Ergo, the clothes will be from hush. This is NOT an advertised blog, otherwise I would said it wasn't written in collaboration or conjunction with hush. Which it wasn't. Hope that clarifies things.

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    6. It's what you make of it!
      Black is not my thing, but using the idea, I swap the black for navy and it suddenly becomes my thing.
      Do I mind seeing a lot of Hush? Not really, I wouldn't even mind if this was sponsered content. In fact I'd be more than happy that Kat is making a living producing a blog we apparently keep all coming back to. I don't pay for this blog as I would if I bought a magazine, but I don't expect Kat to produce the quality content she does without earning a bit a long the way. (I really dont get the people who don't buy things through links in case a blogger may earn a tiny amount because of it, petty minded envy!)
      Keep doing what you do Kat, your style and your honest personality is what I for one keep coming back for!

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    7. Thanks DP! I do always state when I've been paid to write a post but it's actually something I do very rarely. The thing is - not everyone is going to like all of the posts, all of the time! I get that - it's not a problem. Hopefully there will be something soon which is more to their liking. xx

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  2. Followed swiftly by M&S and Stories. Ted Baker is a new one though.

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    1. What is? Advertising? As I always state, I write a blog for M&S once a month. Any other time I feature an item from their store, it's because I genuinely like it. I happen to love M&S, think it's great value for money and they have some great hidden gems. Therefore I feature it. I don't write for or am paid by Stories. Again, I love their product. As I do anyone else I feature. Even those who I do work in collaboration with, are only those who I would wear.

      Ted Baker - have never paid me to write a blog. As I said a while ago - I did a shoot for them for their website. I will hold my hands up and say, I haven't looked at Ted Baker for years. My Mistake. They have some really lovely lovely things and as a result of me working with them and having a proper look at their product range which really ISN'T what I was expecting, I'm going to feature things that I think are great. They have some amazing products. Which is one of the points of the blog - to bring things to attention that we all may otherwise have missed!!

      Hope that clarifies things.

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  3. I love all the Hush and hadn't seen that ruched skirt! You look great Cat

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    1. It's amazing, isn't it? Very Marant...??!!

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  4. You are a great stylist and keep up the good work. Love your humourous meanderings.

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  5. I personally loved the capsule collection! I’m in Australia where we’ll have a super hot Christmas but I love seeing what to buy for our 2018 A/W season. I have read your blog for years and love your writing style & sense of humour. Big thank you to you Kat! xxx

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    1. It's not going to work for everyone - some people are very wedded to colour, but others LOVE black as the basics in their wardrobe!

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  6. I have to sit on my hands not to buy all of hush! I got one of the wrap shirts from last year and have worn it so much. I love the new dress they have with the gold circles too.

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    1. And THAT is the perfect length for a midi for most people! They didn't have that in last week when I did the talk... That would work just as well as the above dress - honestly, try it with a jumper or sweatshirt over the top.

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  7. I spotted the dress in my local John Lewis recently...divine!! A great selection of outfits as always, looking forward to the added bling post too x

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    1. Is the added bling post going to include the fab bag you had last night? Am dying to know where it was from!

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    2. Yes it is! It’s from I Know The queen....

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  8. Kat, perhaps some diversity in the brands you feature might not go amiss. I understand you have strong relationships with these brands but there are a lot of exciting brands out there.

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    1. I'm sorry but I totally agree. The fashion blogs are all much of a muchness now , there's a lack of individuality . All feature biker jackets long floral dresses trainers etc . This isn't aimed at Kat , just my general opinion. Does every blogger have the h and m earrings for example? Sorry to sound negative it's just my opinion, your writing and photos are great.

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    2. With regards to diversity in featured brands, in the blog before this the items were from...Biba, Dorothy Perkins, Whistles, Wallis, Boohoo, V by Very, HotSquash and La Redoute. In the blog before that, the brands I mentioned were Anthropologie, ASOS, Mango, Nobody's Child, La Redoute, Warehouse, Boohoo, Rahi Cali, Forever New, People Tree and Free People.

      So within just two blogs, 17 brands were featured - none of which have been mentioned on this blog as ones people feel are ubiquitous. If I were to look further back, I know for a fact that there are lots of different brands which I do feature.

      Of course, it may be that they're not products that you like - in which case - I will hold my hands up and admit defeat but as I always say - I really can't write every single blog to please every single person!

      And with regards to the much of a muchness - I do not read ANY other fashion blogs. If we happen to write about the same things - it's probably as they're what most people are wearing at the minute. Yes, I happen to wear a lot of maxi dresses, jackets and trainers. I also wear a lot of wide leg trousers, jeans and skirts. I'm not going to start writing about pencil skirts as they're just not my bag.

      I write circa 20 blogs a month. Of those - one MAY be on maxi dresses, I do probably write about trainers every other month (but it's always a different sort of trainer) and biker jackets - a couple of times a season. - so in, let's say 4 months. In the last month, I have written about sequin jackets, red/navy skirts, striped jumpers, black dresses, biker jackets (the one time this season), burgundy handbags, tiger printed sweatshirts and tees, trench coats, over the knee boots, beauty, jewellery, blouses, kids clothes and included a discount offer at Very Exclusive (non sponsored). Leather joggers, metallic ankle boots, print skirts, metallic jumpers and navy handbags.

      Personally, I feel that's quite a diverse selection to cover. Again - it's impossible to please all the people all of the time - I just write what is of interest to me and it does seem to generally be appreciated by most.

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  9. Reading this blog by the pool in Dubai! Just wanted to mention that it hasn't loaded very well or quickly - don't think it's the local wifi as haven't had probs with other sites. Didn't know if you were using Cloudflare or some such to optimise the speed as I'm sure you have an international reach! Hope you don't mind me mentioning.

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    1. Thank you! It's being revamped v shortly as it is on an old template so huge apologies and hang fire for a week or so!! Happy holidays!!

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  10. I have enjoyed reading this blog for a few years now and as DP says, it is free (unlike a magazine)and no one is forced to read it. Being a similar height and body shape to Kat I've got some good ideas from it too. I don't blame bloggers for turning it in to a lucrative career, who wouldn't?

    However, I think recently it has become very noticeable that some brands, notably Hush are completely overdoing blogger promotion. I appreciate that Kat has had a long relationship with them and I do think she genuinely likes their clothes as well as promoting them. But as a long term and quite high spending hush customer I feel that they have placed blogger over customer and to their detriment. There are noticeably fewer discount codes, they no longer do the automatic re-order promo code, they didn't do the pre sale 20% off this summer nor the end of sale extra 10%. Regular customers such as myself do get free next day delivery but nothing else for loyalty to the brand, no Xmas voucher or decent discount codes. And yet there seems to be endless lavish hospitality and trips away for bloggers and endless free gifts in return for promotion. You literally can't read any blog now without a hush collaboration. I don't blame the bloggers but I do dislike the lack of transparency from Hush, they should state that items were gifts etc. It's putting me off them as a brand, why do I want to spend my hard earned money on an items that I will see all over Instagram that were given for free? I think there should be more transparency re gifting and advertising and promotion full stop. Anyway that's my two pence worth! But again to reiterate I always enjoy reading Kat's blog as it has a warmth to it as well x

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    1. I agree with your comments on Hush overdoing it. Boden did the same a few years ago, at certain times of the year you couldn't move for blog posts / instagram of their collaboration with bloggers. Hush are now doing this and I wonder if some of the comments are to do with the over exposure and thus over familiarity because of this.

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    2. You are spot on re Hush, I don't even bother looking at them now. I would feel like a mug buying anything from there now with the amount of free stuff they throw at bloggers and IGers. It all looks very ubiquitous now too, same old star jumpers and lightening bolt tops on mum bloggers.

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    3. Agree. Flooded the market. when they first established I thought wow something a bit different to the offerings on the high street. Wouldn't pay the prices. I'm still on the hunt for clothing that is a bit different.

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    4. Again - I have no idea what other bloggers write about. I have worked with hush for 6years now and will continue to do so. However I'm not paid to write about them - I collaborate with them at events. I write about them because I love the clothes - I wear the clothes because I love them, I'm certainly not paid to wear them at all. I also do not own either a star jumper or a lightening bolt top. For the record.

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  11. Visited Peter Jones in London in October and was v. pleased to try on lots of Hush as I can't do this where I live. It is very flattering to my curvy figure! V. happy to see some suggestions here for things that I haven't seen before. Thank you.

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    1. It is loved by many many people! And those who don't - handily there are LOADS of other companies from which they can purchase!

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  12. I've been reading your blog for a few years now and always enjoy it. I do feel however that as a 5"3 mum of 2 I would look ridiculous wafting around the school gates in a maxi or midi dress, trainers and a biker. I am obviously stuck in a style rut and I'm not terribly fashion forward but I find bloggers such as Chloe loves to shop offer more wearable and affordable style ideas.

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    1. And there-in lies the joy of the internet. So much choice. It would be such a dull world if we all wore the same things all of the time!

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  13. It would just be really really REALLY nice if we could have say, a fortnight without a Hush recommendation, thats all. Unless you have shares in the company, it is just too much!!!!

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    1. I only ever recommend things that I actually like . I recommend from a huge range of brands - as I said above, in just two blogs there were 17 different brands. Occasionally it will be hush. Alas, I don't keep count. The problem is, I wear a lot of hush. And there in lies the problem - I can't win. People don't like it if I recommend an item and don't wear it. And then people get cross if I do.

      And lots of people love hush, just as lots of people don't. Lots of people love M&S, ASOS, Boden, Finery, Gap, & Other Stories, Very, Me+Em, etc etc - ALL of which I feature. And lots just want high end from Matches and Net a Porter and not lower end high street.

      I try and keep the blog a mix - apologies if it's not to your liking. Please don't take it personally!!

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  14. It's great that you've found a style/look that you like and that suits you, your figure and your lifestyle. So obviously you're going to talk about items that fit that style but I also think that you include lots of other items that don't, short dresses for example, and items that other people have asked for. And as for the range of shops that you mention, I think quite a lot of people have a handful of favourite stores that they usually shop at, I certainly have. Again you've found ones that suit you and your lifestyle so you mention them regularly - because that's where you shop! But I think you also mention a good range of other shops, designer and high street and give a good feel for what's out there at the moment. I follow your blog regularly and love your style. Not everything that you feature is for me but it always gives me ideas and has inspired me to rethink the way I wear things I already have. I must admit I've also bought a biker jacket since discovering your blog! X

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    1. Thank you! At last - someone who gets that you don't have to like or buy EVERYTHING i feature!

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    2. You're welcome! I don't usually comment on any type of social media but I think your blog is generally a positive and feel good read so was disappointed to read some of the slightly negative comments.

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    3. By the way I meant negative comments from other people, re read my comment and wasn't sure that was clear. Bet you weren't expecting it to be such a controversial blog feature!!

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    4. err no! But everyone has their opinion - that's fine!

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  15. Oh for goodness sake, play nice everyone! Take it or leave it is always your choice, whether it’s this blog, where you shop or what you buy. I’m quite new here but love the blogs. No, I’m not into everything but I stil read them, take what I want from them and await the next. For the record, I’m a big hush fan too.

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    1. Thank you! That is hopefully the point. xx

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  16. Hello, just to be clear, I love hush clothes and I really like Kat's blog, thought I had made it clear earlier that it was a simple criticism of hush as I am sure they will read this. No offence was meant as again I realise content is free and I'm not forced to read it. I really enjoy the blog and only wish I could do midi dresses like Kat despite being the same height and body shape! They do not work for me, I just feel frumpy in them, still do mini or maxi only. I love hush clothes hence my comment, I just feel they have overdone it on the blogger IG front. It was most certainly not a criticism of Kat who as I stated I realise has had a long relationship with them and I believe wears them regardless x

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  17. Loving the blog and the insta stories Kat. I'm finally getting reinterested in fashion after years of feeling too old or too frumpy for many brands. I love hush but it took seeing it being rocked by a fellow forty something to feel that I could wear it too - Thankyou. You do a great job of celebrating small brands and boutiques too and I've already bought from the alexedit thanks to your recommendations. Lovelovelove your style. Thankyou!

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    1. Thank you! Although I don't think I've ever recommended the alexedit...!! But I do try and recommend lots of small brands.

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  18. Holey moley, who'd have thought a capsule wardrobe could be so controversial

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  19. .....you can't please all of the people all of the time so please yourself and do what you love. Xxxxxx

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    1. And that would be lovely! I'm more than happy to listen to criticism and take it on board. But it doesn't need I necessarily agree with it. And it doesn't mean that the majority of people do either. So yes - I am going to do what I know works for me and the majority. Xx

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    2. Don't change. We love it
      xxx

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    3. Thank you. I think you inevitably change over time.. we all do, and I’ve been writing for almost 7yrs... I’ve had a son diagnosed with ASD which is, as anyone will know, pretty life changing, not to mention losing both my parents. These things do change you, as does getting older!

      I also have a career I never thought I’d have which I love and am truly making the most of.

      But at the end of the day, i do like to think there’s still a bit of me there! I have the same friends, the same husband, just life’s challenges throw different things in your way xxx

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  20. I’m a 5 ft 3 , over fifty with a corporate day job and I still manage to find inspiration from your blog Kat ! I just get that I don’t have to wear or like everything you feature. What is wrong with some people !!
    Yours was the first fashion blog and IG I followed and have done so for years.
    I love and admire the fact that you have worked so hard on every single aspect of what you do to become so successful. You really deserve it.
    I have no idea why some people are so snarky.
    There are a couple of bloggers who I felt less empathy with - it’s easy you just unfollow them and find ones you like

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  21. Gosh. Also writing to say, Kat I appreciate that you can, of course, write what you like. I enjoy the writing - thanks!

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  22. Ahh, you got a bit of a slating over on Mumsnet hence all the negative responses.
    I think I only discovered Hush because of your blog and I’m bloody glad I did. I have Several of the pieces above which I agree will take me through several different occasions ( and slobbing in my harems on the sofa)
    Women can be so bloody hard on successful women, I’m rather envious of your wardrobe too �� but i do think you work hard, write well, and have great style. Keep on doing what you do.

    Claire
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    1. OMG, I'm not a mum, so mumsnet is not a forum for me, but whenever I hear it mentioned it's because they're putting someone down. Why do women have to be so bitchy towards other people, just because they're more successful/ beautiful/ intelligent etc than they are themselves. Why can't we just be pleased for them, and forget about being bitches? Such negativity breeds more of the same.

      I'm also one of the (seemingly many) who doesn't share Kat's body shape, but still manages to find plenty of inspiration on this blog. In fact Kat has introduced me (and reintroduced me) to many many brands, only one of them being hush (am relaxing in hush floral pj's as I write).

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    2. I totally get that not everyone is going to like everything all of the time. I totally get that some people are going to hate everything I do. That's fine. It's genuinely fine. But, as lots of people do still like what I do and it's working for the vast majority of people - I'm not going to change just to please a few people.

      If they don't like the blog, as I've said - I suggest they don't read it. I don't really think that's an unreasonable suggestion. It's not said in a narky way, it's just a "hold my hands up and say I don't know what else to suggest". There are aspects of my blog which bother them. But it doesn't bother most. So i'm clearly going to do what the majority of people like.

      We will have to agree to disagree on this one!

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  23. Kat, I don't have your figure at all (I'm 5' tall and a bit dumpy tbh) but I've had loads of great outfit inspiration from you. I think you do a great job.

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  24. Hi Kat
    I read and love your blog. I don't have the same body shape as you and couldn't even afford to buy most of the clothes you feature as I don't have a very big disposable income so I don't really care if you feature the same brands I'm looking for the style not the store. I love clothes and fashion and take inspiration from you and then go away and see where I can use what I already own to create on trend looks or if I can find similar in cheaper high street stores. For me it's about taking inspiration not buying everything any blogger posts. Keep up with what you are doing. I enjoy your writing especially your humour xx

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  25. I do think that if you put yourself out there, you are going to attract comment - be it good or bad . And a little criticism isn't necessarily bitchy - it's merely sharing opinions. It's not bringing people down and attacking successful women - it's just not always being sycophantic . I like the writing and the photos on here / but not all the outfits . Each to their own but I'm sure people don't mean personal offence to Kat

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    1. I genuinely don't mind people criticising or giving their opinion on the blog, me, my personality, my style - honestly, I don't expect everyone to like everything. But it's when they started stating that I had received things for free that I hadn't and questioning my integrity for not declaring it was a gift... meh. I'm not sure that anyone would think that's acceptable?

      So I wasn't objecting AT ALL to them giving their opinions or criticisms - it was just the untruths that I was then being questioned on that I wasn't happy with.

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  26. I read the discussion on Mumsnet and saw your reaction on Instastories.
    Why do you not put an end to the discussion and be much more open about your gifted items as well?
    Do you really think that, writing something like, I was allowed to take the Ted Baker shoes home because I made them all muddy, makes us believe that there is NO incentive for you at all in mentioning Ted Baker clothes or shoes in your blog or instagram? Even a muddy gifted item is a freebie/indirect advertising.
    It’s fine to write about or work with brands that gift you things or offer you discounts. Maybe we never heard of these brands before and it’s a good way of being introduced to them.
    All I would suggest is More transparency, that way I would feel more respected as a reader/follower.

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    1. I'm really sorry if you feel I've not been open about gifted items. I was sure that I always mentioned them on insta or stories .
      And I'm also sorry you don't think that the way I said I was given the shoes was adequate. I personally happen to thing that saying I was allowed to take them home from a shoot (the mud bit was totally irrelevant, just me trying to be amusing which obvs backfired!) makes it very clear that I was given them. But there was no incentive in mentioning the shoes - I have already done the shoot, been paid for the shoot, been given the shoes. There was no other clause in my contract to keep mentioning the shoes. I mentioned them because I think they're marvellous. I wore them and will wear them as they're incredibly beautiful!!

      I can't be any more transparent (although I fear we will have to agree to disagree on the semantics of disclosure. I had hoped that any disclosure would be seen as acceptable) if there's nothing to be transparent about!

      However - seeing as it does seem to be confusing some as to what I do buy and what I am lucky enough to be sent (and choose to keep and wear - I do send a LOT back), as can be seen on the Jeans blog - I will list all the items I'm wearing with their provenance.

      Hopefully that will be clearer for everyone xxxx

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  27. What a nasty place Instastories is - glad I have never ventured there before and certainly won't hurry back. I have always really enjoyed your blogs Kat, you write well, humorously and knowledgably but I am neither envious or a hater (which has to be one of the vilest words ever.......).

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    1. ha ha ha!! Oh my lord it's not a problem at all! They're absolutely not for everyone (and you have to have really good wifi for them to work properly, which can add insult to injury if you're not enjoying them in the first place!).

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    2. And so sorry you were made to look!!! It's not something you'll be missing out on if you never go back!

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  28. Well I'm reading all this in my Hush navy joggers which I never would have known existed if it wasn't for Kat Farmer. I'm knew to all this and I'm new to Hush as I don't live in the UK. If you've seen it all before, worry about gifts and get upset over a joke about muddy shoes then maybe you need to disconnect from it all for a while and let us enjoy Kat and all that she does.

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    1. like I’ve said thoughout, I really don’t mind criticism. I am going to continue to write for the majority and for what I think works. To do anything else would be disingenuous.

      I can’t srop people from making assumptions about my integrity, if they choose not to believe when I say something is sponsored or not, I’m not sure what else I can do!!

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    2. Actually it would perhaps be an idea to message me or leave a comment on here asking, if they think I’ve not made something clear, as opposed to them having to make their own assumptions.

      I always rely to comments and leave them, even if they’re not the most popular. I am interested in people’s feedback. I’m not going to say I’m going to necessarily change but I will give my reasons as to why.

      At the risk of sounding like a stuck record, you’re not going to be able to please all the people all of the time!

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  29. All black proms are very stunning and best for girls. I like it very much. Each outfits holds unique design and trend. mehndi dresses

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