The co-founder of dress rental company, Girl Meets Dress, and our contributing editor shares her web know-how, shedding light on the latest launches and trends online
One style of dress has staged a consistent comeback for the past few summers and Anna tells us you'll find some of the best here.
Anna talks about feminine silhouettes and Liberty prints. Exciting colours, modern patterns, unexpected materials and elaborate cutting techniques.
At a crossroad in the seasons, Anna talks about your wardrobe's multi-tasker, the cardigan and in particular, the bohemian knitwear label by this British designer.
Thinking ahead, Anna introduces us to the delights of the most joyously floral patterned garden parasols to shade from the summer sun.
Despite the warm weather, Anna hasn't abandoned her cashmere just yet. Here she looks at what's on offer at this covetable brand.
As with many of the brands I write about, they are initially discovered during my online hunt for a specific item.
Anna pays a visit to the quintessentially English bespoke shirtmaker, founded in 1910, and now the only original member of the Piccadilly Arcade still operating.
Designed with the world-travelling woman in mind, with pieces that effortlessly translate from city to beach.
Anna talks about Maria Marigliano Caracciolo's beautiful collection of bespoke book-shaped clutches.
The search for a mid-sized cross-body leather bag yields some great results with Paradise Row heading the top of Anna's wishlist.
So there seems to be an Alice band revival (don’t shoot me, I am only the messenger).
Anna is thrilled to have found this Lincolnshire based wildlife and field sports artist who also makes British made pure silk scarves.
Sometimes the most basic of items needs reinventing, especially with practical pieces of clothing, that we all use, but with absolutely no enjoyment.
Chains are making a come back; lost reading or sunglasses will become a thing of the past.
Anna Bance is starting to think about cashmere and she believes she has found the perfect jerseys and cardigans.
The suitcase that makes travelling easy, including an inbuilt USB charger for your devices.
When all your friends start wearing the same dresses, and all look incredible - you take notice of the brand.
Given how important our mobile phones have become, it is not surprising that we want to make our iPhone different from the person next to us. Here's how
Anna talks about Farmdrop, which launched in 2012 and now has over 30,000 customers who are eschewing supermarkets for this online platform connecting consumers with producers.
'I love when a brand decides to take just one item, and make the best version that they can.' Anna introduces us to the espadrilles brand.
Occasionally an established designer, although already revered and active for twenty years, finds themselves in the spotlight.
Kaftans are not new, but they are back this summer in a big way.
Anna discovers the summer basket shop you need to know about.
Anna pays homage to Pooky, the site selling designer lights that look like they cost a fortune, but don't.
Anna tells us why nightwear pyjama brand, Desmond & Dempsey, is on her urgent shopping list for spring.
Anna Bance finds out why the London born designer was chosen to receive the special Royal seal of approval for his designs at London Fashion Week.
Keep your insta-eyes peeled for this fashion label selling ethically made clothing using vintage materials in cooperation with artisans worldwide.
Anna Bance looks to Bobbies for the perfect multi-purpose warm ankle snow boot.
Anna Bance looks at specialist surf and ski clothing label, Perfect Moment, by extreme sports film-maker Thierry Donard.
Anna Bance talks about her love of Scottish tweed and Scottish delicacies, all housed under one roof in Perthshire.
This week, contributing editor, Anna Bance, is bowled over by faux fur found at Shrimps, whilst looking into the ethics of producing it.
This week, contributing editor, Anna Bance, looks at a favourite brand, adding a Loquet to her Christmas wishlist? Touch wood.