- 25TH JUNE 2019 -

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Work or weekend, this is the one-piece you can accessorise for any occasion. Up your fashion ante with ultra-modern slides and if you’re up for the clash, slip on a summery, printed headband.

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SHERBERT DIP

As the sun starts to shine, it’s time to experiment with a few new shades. Dip your toe in the water with this season’s most wearable pastels… pale pink mixed with minty green… it’s the modern way to wear it.

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BURN BABY BURN

Rev up your everyday wardrobe with rusty tones, punchy prints, textured accessories and a glamorous red lip.

 

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Set your transatlantic look to jetset status with seriously stylish luggage.

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the pig on the beach

STUDLAND BAY - DORSET

Straight out of a fairytale, the Pig on the Beach is easily the most picturesque hotel on Dorset’s sandy, South coast. Perfectly situated for a balmy summer evening, relaxing with views over Studland Bay, the hotel’s impressive location is an idyllic get away for cosiness, comfort and even a kitchen garden serving up a simple but satisfying menu. Sustainability is at the forefront of the hotel’s ethos, with produce sourced from its own grounds or within a 25 mile radius, supporting local businesses… an almost ‘obsessive commitment’.

With a menu that changes daily, expect freshly caught fish and hearty mains… starting with ‘piggy bits’ of ham hock, eggs and Branston pickle with crispy brawn and ranch dressing, followed by pheasant breast with bacon, roast swede, crispy kale and grape sauce… even in the throws of summer.

If this exhausts you, then slope off straight to the spa. Enjoy an hour long massage in one of the shepherd’s huts or take an easy sunset stroll via your own private walkway to the beach. The next day, you can delve deep into Dorset’s Heritage coast line or book a nearby beach cabin for £50. With up to 4 miles of stunning unspoilt coast line and sand dunes to explore, it’s no wonder Churchill himself is rumoured to have revisited during D-day training.

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FASHION DIRECTOR JULIA MAY MORGAN | CONTRIBUTING FASHION EDITOR CHARLIE MOORE

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