Last modified on Jan 17, 2022 09:34 GMT Knitted sweater vests are a layering essential for us women in the UK. The perfect transitional piece, we've found all of the best available online from Marks & Spencer, Zara, H&M, Arket, & Other Stories & more. Looking for cosy knitwear now we're in the colder months? Sweater vests are back in a big way and they're your new layering staple, particularly for the transitional seasons. From stand out pinks to chic neutrals and studious grey hues, this winter the high street has come through with something for every outfit. RELATED: Blue Monday SOS: the best knitwear to brighten up your day MORE: The striped sweater is trending right now - shop our favourites How to style a sweater vest for 2021? Not just reserved for the likes of Kendall Jenner and Rihanna, sweater vests are easier to style than you might think. Often worn over a white tee, turtleneck or oversized … [Read more...] about 14 sweater vests for women 2022 & how to style a sweater vest this winter
A model baffled shoppers by wearing a minuscule T-shirt. When Fashion Nova shared a picture of Tiona Fernan in its Keep Them Tied Short Sleeve Top, its followers were left scratching their heads. The £14.99 garment is very cropped – and it gapes open at the bust too. It’s held together by nothing but a tiny string, leaving the wearer at risk of exposing their curves for all to see. On Instagram, dozens of fashion fans asked what the point of the top is. Meanwhile, others worried what would happen if you wore it outside on a windy day. One Instagram user laughed: “At this point just don’t even wear the shirt.” A second joked: “What’s the point of the shirt? Lol.” Another said: “The shirt is beautiful but imagine wearing that on a windy day.” And a fourth agreed: “Imagine on a windy day some people are gonna feel pretty lucky.” Others questioned how wearable the item is. Commenters were confused about which occasion would warrant such a … [Read more...] about Model asked ‘what’s the point of wearing a top’ as she flashes boobs in tiny crop
Ease yourself out of working from home with forgiving formalwear – we’re talking elasticated waists, oversized shirts and A-line skirts. Here, Jess Evans shows us how. THE ROOMY SHIRT Shirt, £17.99, H&M - buy now Trousers, £49, FineryLondon.com - buy now Loafers, £15, New Look - buy now Switch stiff shirts for roomier styles and still look as sharp. Go up a size or two to achieve the oversized style. You have to make that little bit of extra effort by ironing it, but if you tuck it in it won’t look messy and will highlight your figure. Most read in The Sun 'DEVASTATING' SCHO SAD PRICE ISN'T RIGHT FACE-OFF THE SPACIOUS SKIRT Swap tight, confining pencil skirts for comfy A-line alternatives. At less than £20, this soft Sainsbury’s pencil skirt is a must-have bargain. It features an elasticated waist meaning you will stay desk comfortable all day. … [Read more...] about Ease yourself back into the office with our pick of the comfiest workwear around
STREAMING giant Now TV has launched a new way to get catch-up TV on the cheap – a £15 streaming stick. The Now TV Smart Stick plugs into the back of your telly, and serves up a host of on-demand movies and TV shows over the internet. The portable plug-and-play stick comes pre-loaded with Sky's Now TV app, giving you access to a range of live channels and on-demand content. But you'll also be able to access other apps through the stick, including BBC iPlayer. The stick can stream in HD quality, and adds the ability to pause and rewind live content (including sport) using a bundled smart remote. Now TV's smart remote also features voice control functionality, which is a first for the service. This means that if you hit the microphone button and say 'Big Little Lies', the Now TV Smart Stick will start playing the hit TV series immediately. Get the NOW TV Smart stick - from £14.99 here You can also say "show me comedies with Steve Coogan" and you'll be served with a … [Read more...] about Now TV Smart Stick review – is the UK’s cheapest telly streamer any good?
Last modified on Jan 27, 2022 13:51 GMT How to wear sexy sheer patterned tights? Let us show you! From designer Gucci tights to M&S fishnets, FALKE polka dot tights and diamond to logo-adorned, we've found the most stylish pairs of patterned tights to shop from the likes of ASOS, Marks & Spencer, Wolford, Calzedonia, FALKE & more. Anyone else have a love/hate relationship with tights? They keep you warm (kind of), hide a multitude of sins (who needs fake tan?) and a patterned pair is one of the easiest ways to make a statement with an otherwise very ordinary outfit. Thankfully, they've become a lot more chic in recent years. Case in point? Chanel , Gucci and Fendi 's coveted logo printed tights which took social media by storm. One of the most accessible ways to wear your favourite designer label, they're now ironically notoriously difficult to get hold of, but the high street has plenty of pairs to elevate your … [Read more...] about 11 best sheer patterned tights 2022: From Gucci to M&S, Fendi, Wolford & MORE
Britain's cyber security centre has urged UK organisations to check their cyber defences because of concern about the potential for new Russian cyber attacks linked to tensions with Ukraine. The public-facing arm of the spy agency GCHQ encouraged everyone to read new guidance published on its website entitled: "Actions to take when the cyber threat is heightened." Paul Chichester, director of operations at the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), said: "While we are unaware of any specific cyber threats to UK organisations in relation to events in Ukraine, we are monitoring the situation closely and it is vital that organisations follow the guidance to ensure they are resilient. "Over several years, we have observed a pattern of malicious Russian behaviour in cyber space. Last week's incidents in Ukraine bear the hallmarks of similar Russian activity we have observed before." Ukraine was hit on 14 January by what Ukrainian officials described as a "massive cyber … [Read more...] about British firms warned to bolster cyber defences against threat of new Russian attacks