A popular song from the late 1920s goes: "I've danced with a man who's danced with a girl who's danced with the Prince of Wales." Last Christmas, Clodagh McKenna, whose boyfriend's late father was the 7th Earl of Carnarvon, Lord Porchester, went to a private party in London and danced with a Rolling Stone.
Sadly, cavernous walk-in wardrobes aren't a practical option for many of us, but with a little know-how and imagination, it is possible to make the most of the hanging space you do have. Some time-saving wardrobe hacks will not only transform your clothes cupboard but will also curb those frustrating 'haven't got a clue what to wear' mornings. Try these simple steps...
After 40 years in the magazine business, Susy Smith is preparing to move on. She has stepped down from her 24-year role as editor-in-chief of Country Living magazine on a high, having won Editor of the Year in the Gardens and Country category and the Mark Boxer award at the British Society of Magazine Editors awards.
I drive across Walney Bridge, Barrow-in-Furness, like I have done 1,000 times before. It's dusk and the intense orange light that you sometimes get on a cold autumn evening transforms BAE Systems' huge industrial nuclear submarine shipyard into Barrow's own Samson and Goliath.
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