Looking to the Sky
This week most of us were able to catch a glimpse of the rare “Supermoon” wherever we were even if it was through the clouds! It is hard to believe that this rare occurence of the moon being at its fullest while also being its closest to the earth doesn’t effect us in any way as our bodies are made up of 60% water .
The logic goes that if the moon exerts a tidal force on bodies of water such as seas, then it will also exert a small force on water in our bodies.
I can’t say I felt any different this week but it certainly made me look to the sky a bit more than usual and question what I might be doing at the next Supermoon in 2034.
It is quite common for fashion trends to reflect what is going on in life around us. We seek inspiration from the natural world and iIbelieve it is no coincidence that we are seeing alot of stars around at the moment!
In high end fashion, designers such as Valentino have used space as inspiration for a gorgeous print this season.
We have our own version of this print on a scarf in stock now for only £15. Available in store and online too.
Stars are appearing on all sorts of things such as scarves, homeware, jewellery and clothes too.
Without realising this year we have lots of starry products in the shop at the moment. This star jumper is one of our best sellers this year!
Whether you were affected by the Supermoon or not you can’t ignore the fact that it has had an impact on fashion trends at the moment. So maybe keep your star jumpers and star scarfs for another few years and bring them back out 2034 when I predict we will be looking to the sky once more for inspiration!