Julie Walters doesn’t like to be called a national treasure which isn’t so surprising. Who would want to be a such a thing? You must feel there is so much to live up to. But she is one, nevertheless, and we are very lucky to have her. She is funny, smart, a truly gifted actress and, despite being in the limelight so frequently, honest, unassuming and unafraid to be herself.
Coloured Jeans and Jeggings
Add a fashionable touch to your look with jeggings and coloured jeans for women from Bonmarché. Our eye-catching collection has styles designed to flatter every figure, and each pair can be dressed up or dressed down to suit the occasion.
Coloured denim is one of the biggest style must-haves for this season and provides an excellent alternative to your usual denim trousers and jeggings. Contemporary block coloured trousers are a wardrobe essential for this season, so stock up and stay on trend. With a choice of more muted colours and pop art brights; you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Let these coloured trousers do the talking by wearing with a neutral top, blouse or vest. Alternatively, compliment your favourite patterned tees by picking out colours in patterns and matching these to your colourful jeans of choice. With a choice of size 12-24 including designer styles by David Emanuel, there is a pair for occasion.
Bonmarche has really upped its game. The new team of buyers select very stylish products at an amazing price.
- Lyndi (Norwich, Norfolk)
I shop at Bonmarche because I get lovely fashionable clothes at sensible prices in sensible sizes.
- Molesmoke (Bury, UK)
We might be in the middle of winter but in fashion terms spring is almost upon us. Paris, New York and London held their fashion weeks for Spring/Summer 14 back in October and High Street stores will be filling up with their spring ranges very soon. So what trends can we expect to see?
The way we think about dressing curves is changing. In fact, you could almost go as far as to say that there are no rules anymore. It can be hard to accept that some of the concepts that are almost “dyed in the wool” ? we have carried them around with us for so long ? are now open to question.