(clockwise from left) 1. The more deluxe version of pyjamas; all the comfort, but you don’t look like a student. If I woke up to this on Christmas day, I’d probably cry snowball-scented tears of joy. Then drop mince-pie crumbs all over myself. 2. Because if the Fonz, John Travolta and Joey Ramone taught us… Continue reading Because pyjamas are not suitable Christmas Day wear
I bought this pyjama jacket from Topshop a while back because – well, why do you think? Pyjama jackets were popular in the 1920s and unlike drop-waist dresses and cloche hats, they are something I can actually carry off. It’s actually a bit of a struggle to work out what to wear with it; anything… Continue reading Making pyjamas as daywear happen
I’m not tooting my own horn here or anything, but this Lanvin pre-fall 2011 look reminds me of the M&S pyjamas of dreams – which I blogged about at some point before Christmas, and finally bought in the sales. Said pyjamas have transformed my bedtime experience, and in conjunction with our new brushed-cotton sheets, there… Continue reading Obsessed with M&S pyjamas
I’m 100% a dog person (sorry, internet at large), but I still wouldn’t say no to this Charlotte Olympia Cat Nap kit, which combines the designer’s best-selling Kitty slippers with a silk cat eye mask and spiderweb pouch. It’s available in black, red, pink and a whole host of other colours and is due to launch soon…… Continue reading Cat napping with Charlotte Olympia
As a self-confessed film dimwit, I don’t feel capable of commenting too much on the BBC’s recent adaptation of The Lady Vanishes. I know a lot of people think remaking Hitchcock is a no-no and that questions were also raised about the shunting of this drama from high-profile Christmas big-hitter to middle-of-March nothingness… but what… Continue reading The Lady Vanishes: OMG clothes!
This year’s Christmas gift suggestions are based around the varying facets of my personality – because I’m sure that everyone can find a bit of @furcoat inside them if they look hard enough. Today’s topic; the 1920s. Because I think we all know my feelings on that. So then, presents for modern day flappers and… Continue reading Furcoat Christmas: 1920s bore
I’m back! Sort of! Hopefully! I’ve had a few emails over the last couple of days about it being Pyjama Week and while my preliminary research has only come up with a kids’ charity event, who am I argue to with PRs armed with fully-prepared releases about said week? I love pyjamas, I love lounging… Continue reading Furcoat favourites: is pyjama week a thing?
1) I still haven’t been to the Jeremy Deller exhibition but that won’t stop me buying this My Booze Hell T-shirt (£12) from the shop. I fancy wearing it to the gym as I sweat out my toxins. 2) This Staring at Stars Cross-Print Skirt is now down to £30 in the Urban Outfitters sale, which… Continue reading Furcoat favourites: Black and white and a bit goth all over
1) I’ve wanted this Abigail Ahern Poodle Lamp for a long old time – what a beaut! I imagine it in a boudoir style dressing room, as I can’t imagine Andy would want it anywhere in public view. 2) I love Butter London products and am pleased to report that they’ve now they’ve got in… Continue reading Furcoat does Christmas: Buy me things
This is the face of someone who has been out every night of the week, but still won’t let up on a promise. Emily, you and your pizza oven owe me. Tonight was the Graduate Fashion Week Gala show, which is always a momentous occasion especially when you see your alma mata student pals getting… Continue reading Creepy hand necklace and neon skirt