So, first of all, these photos were taken a couple of weeks ago (Because that's how we roll now, apparently), so don't worry - we haven't had an unexpected slide back into winter, although there's still plenty of time for that, don't you worry. Secondly: ...Read more →
When I promised you all a post on the mint green Boden dreamcoat earlier last week, I had absolutely no idea just how difficult it was going to be to keep that promise. The first time I wore the coat, you see, I left it so late to try to take photos...Read more →
HOW TO WEAR
Does anyone else sometimes match their outfits to their surroundings? If you answered "yes" to that, I'm going to take a wild guess that you're probably a fashion blogger: because I totally wore this skirt because I thought the colour would pop nicel...Read more →
TIPS & ADVICE
When it comes to homemade Halloween costumes, I have two main requirements: 01. It has to be cheap. Because why spend a lot of money on a Halloween costume you'll wear once, when there are SO MANY SHOES you could be buying instead? 02. It has to be cute. O...Read more →
Hi, I'm Amber, and this is my fashion blog.
Well, OK, not really: it's not a fashion blog in the literal sense . You won't find posts about fashion trends or runway shows here - in fact, you'll find very little about fashion at all.
What Forever Amber is, then, isn't so much a fashion blog as it is a style blog. I've always loved clothes, you see: I've always been fascinated by personal style, and the way clothing can completely change the way you feel about yourself, and that's what this site is about. So it's a personal style blog, then, rather than a true fashion blog.
So, what can you expect to find her?
A little bit of everything, really. I mostly focus on daily outfit posts (although not so much with the "daily", to be honest), showing you what I wear on a day-to-day basis, but I also like to throw in a few fashion tips and general thoughts on personal style.
Speaking of personal style, mine is most often described as "retro-inspired", although that's a little bit misleading: I do love retro style (particularly from the 50s and early 60s), but I rarely wear head-to-toe "retro", and much prefer to mix my retro reproduction dresses with more contemporary styles. I like to call my style "classic" - you, of course, can call it anything you like: as long as you promise to stick around and take a look!