Supermarket fashions have improved greatly over recent years, and are now bang on trend. Here at Twinkle HQ we are drooling over George at Asda's cute knitwear selection that are perfect now the cold days have arrived.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and you can support it at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower hotel in Knightsbridge, London. Let me introduce their Pink Pop package- get a gorgeous pink manicure and a glass of pink Pommery champagne in the luxurious surroundings of The Peak Health Club & Spa in a world-class hotel. The 1-hour experience costs £52. Enjoy a fabulously girly treat and give money to a brilliant cause at the same time. Every year nearly 46,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer. It is a truly difficult time for them and they need your support.
The weather is getting colder, and the nights are getting longer. There's no better time to start settling down in the evening with a good book. Here is Twinkle's pick of the best reads out there...
Tony Blair: 'The Journey'
Love him or hate him (we at Twinkle HQ quite like him), we all want to know what went on behind number 10 during his years as Prime Minister. Get an insight into his decisions behind the Iraq war, and into his personal life behind that door.
Sophie Kinsella: 'Mini Shopaholic'
Those who for years have enjoyed Sophie Kinsella's shopaholic series and who are desperate to find out what happens to Becky Brandon next, will love this latest novel in the series. Hilariously funny and heartfelt, this book is a must. Follow Becky and her mini-me on their latest adventures.
Sharon Marshall: 'Tabloid Girl'
This book is a hot read. Find out all the gossip behind infamous celebrity stories first hand from journalist Sharon Marshall; and discover what goes on behind the scenes on a tabloid newspaper. Be prepared to gasp and laugh.
Kelly Cutrone: 'If You Have To Cry, Go Outside...'
Get the best career and life advice in the world from the First Lady of fashion PR, and star of 'Kell On Earth' and 'The City', Kelly Cutrone. You'll wonder how you'd lived without it!
Did you embrace the maxi dress trend this summer? Well you can still carry on now it's Autumn. The likes of Marc Jacobs and D&G's A/W catwalk shows featured lots of beautiful feminine maxi dresses teamed with knitwear- moving the trend into the new season with it's colder weather. Here are Twinkle's suggestions for how best to pull off the trend...
There is nothing in the world quite like a 'Hummingbird Bakery' cupcake (well that's what Twinkle thinks anyway). Twinkle's favourite is the Red Velvet- a red vanilla sponge topped with a to-die-for cream cheese frosting.
There are three branches in London; and with different specials on every day, no two visits will be the same. On Fridays it's the Cola Cupcake, so head on down and get your fizz on!
They also have their own cookbook so you can have a go yourself.
Swimsuits have gone. It’s time to embrace the Autumn trends. My key look this season is lace. To stop it looking too summery, team it with black tights. I’m loving it! Try these styling suggestions on for size.