Mid-wash denim is trending – 10 pieces to see you into spring (and last a lifetime)
Timeless, understated and versatile, mid-wash denim is a brilliant foundation on which to build your wardrobe. For spring, layer light and medium-tone denim with basics such as crew-neck white T-shirts, fine knits, cotton shirts or even with other denim pieces for effortless but on-trend style.
For classic jeans, it’s hard to beat Levi’s Original 501s, but the brand’s high-waisted ribcage straight jeans are a solid alternative as a brilliant everyday option. There are also brilliant wide-leg and cropped denim styles on the high street and at luxury denim brands, with labels including Paige, Reformation and Free People all offering amazing options in varying shades of mid-wash denim. And the trend doesn’t just stop with jeans. Here, we’re rounding up the best pieces to shop this season, from shirts and jackets to jeans and waistcoats.
Keep blood orange season going beyond February with these delicious food and drink buys
Punchy / £1.50
If you’ve extended Dry Jan into February, you need to try this sparkling drink flavoured with blood orange and cardamom
Jude’s / £4.80
Just as good on its own as it would be with a warm chocolate brownie, keep a tub of this refreshing sorbet in your freezer
daylesford / £24
Take your G&T to new heights with this fruity gin, which is infused with blood orange and cranberry and features flecks of gold leaf
Cartwright & Butler / £3.95
Not into tea and coffee? This handy hot chocolate stirrer will instantly make a sweet and warming drink. Just add hot milk
fortnum and mason / £6.25
Why settle for plain old marmalade when you can have one made with Italian oranges picked at their prime?
OCELOT CHOCOLATE / £6
Not just for Christmas, this bar of 70% dark chocolate infused with blood orange and vanilla is a sophisticated take on the classic treat
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These are the most delicious places to eat pancakes in London this Shrove Tuesday
Whether stacked high and stodgy, American style, or mixed with buckwheat and topped with ricotta, we don’t discriminate when it comes to our love for pancakes. They could be savoury with a side of salmon or sugary sweet, drowning in butterscotch and banoffee – either way, we feel it’s our duty to try them all. Which is good, considering how many different types there are on offer in the capital.
If you consider yourself a real pancake connoisseur – or are jus getting organised for Shrove Tuesday (13 Feb) – you’ll be pleased to hear that we’ve done the leg work for you and found the best places for pancakes in London, whether you are based in the north, east, south, west or central London. From a Yorkshire pudding-pancake hybrid to a restaurant boasting over 40 types of pancakes on its menu, there’s a little something for everyone.
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