Category Archives: Fashion

A selection of posts looking at fashion from a Christian point of view. Featuring everything from advice on dressing alternatively and modestly through to where to chunky heels and Doc Martens.

Setting the CounterCouture Bar || What’s Your Style?

Setting the CounterCouture Bar || What’s Your Style?

When I started this blog, I wanted it to become a place where girls who were “CounterCouture” could come to find new ideas and inspiration.  What I have never done, in almost 4 years of blogging, is set out what I meant by “CounterCouture”. So I’m going to have a go at doing that here.… Read More

Springtime Dressing || Embracing My Femininity*

Springtime Dressing || Embracing My Femininity*

I’ve posted in the past about how my style has changed over the years (An expression of self, Style evolution, A desperate exhibitionist, Stepping out of my comfort zone). One of the most notable changes has been how much I’ve embraced my femininity. As in I not only wear skirts now but I choose to style them in… Read More

Introducing Know The Origin

Introducing Know The Origin

Back in January, I was given the opportunity to chat with Charlotte Instone, one of the co-founders of new start-up Know The Origin. I’ve been following Know The Origin (KTO) for a while now, ever since a friend shared their page on Facebook, and absolutely love what their ideas and philosophy. So when the chance… Read More

Skirt Who You Are || Having a Wardrobe True to You

Skirt Who You Are || Having a Wardrobe True to You

Last term I came to a realisation. I like skirts. As in, I prefer to be in leggings, tunics, tights, skirts and even dresses than in jeans. I spent 20 months working in an office learning to love the power and possibilities that a skirt could bring. (Believe it or not, but wearing a skirt… Read More

Why I’m Not Asking for Clothes this Christmas

Why I’m Not Asking for Clothes this Christmas

What are you hoping to unwrap this year? What Christmas presents are you hoping for? Admit it. No matter what we say, we all have a wish list for Christmas. For those striving to be less materialistic, it might involve goats for a family in Africa. For the sartorially , it might include a specific dress or… Read More