Most stylish potential PM?

Live TV Leaders Debate
Whose the best dressed of them all?

There’s been quite a fuss in the UK after the debate between the main 7 political parties was televised live to an audience of over 9 million people. Not bad.

But more importantly, David Cameron was recently spotted wearing Chelsea boots. Now that’s what we call news! Is DC actually quite stylish underneath all the drab-no-longer-current-moans about the economy?

Well let’s take a closer look at him and the leaders of the other main parties and ask: who is the most stylish (potential) PM?

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9 Dirt cheap gardening tips

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Get your garden into shape for summer!

“In like a lion, out like a lamb”, or so the saying goes. Yes, it’s March – time to prise the shed door open, sweep the cobwebs away and reach for your gardening tools.

But how can you make the most of your outdoor space, and save money at the same time? Here are our top ten tips to help you save money in the garden.

Think planters made from recycled sturdy mens boots; a novel fertiliser solution and a good old fashioned weed killer alternative…

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How to celebrate St Patrick’s Day without getting drunk

St Patricks Day hat and cupcakes
It’s St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow – how will you celebrate?

Leprechauns, shamrocks and bustling bars around the world — it can only mean one thing: St Patrick’s Day is upon us!

Originally a religious feast, St. Patrick’s Day is now recognised as more of a global party dedicated to celebrating Ireland. Thus providing the perfect excuse for wearing a big green hat and drinking lots and lots of Guinness.

But you may want to celebrate Ireland without all the booze. And this year the big day falls on a Tuesday, so if going to work with a stinking hangover doesn’t appeal, then there are alternative ways to pay your respects to the Emerald Isle without bucket-loads of alcohol.

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Ultimate elasticated trousers scenarios

Man piling food onto his plate at a buffet
Pile away, my friend.

It’s a mystery why more people don’t wear elasticated trousers, especially when you consider they are practical, adaptable and pretty darn cool actually.

And unlike some trousers that can’t even leave home without the moral support of a belt, elasticated trousers, can handle all kinds of challenging situations.

Here are just a few scenarios where elasticised trousers come into their own…

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5 steps to a Valentine’s Day picnic

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Plan a perfect picnic!

If you’re still feeling the pinch of austerity, or having a personal post Christmas credit crunch, you may be wondering how to make Valentine’s day special without breaking the bank.

But enjoying the romance of February 14th is perfectly possible without prejudicing your finances.

Make this year’s Valentine’s celebrations memorable by heading outdoors for a Valentine’s Day picnic.

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Cold snap snappy dressing

Man in hooded fur coat
Stay snug…

Feeling a tad nippy? We’re not surprised! The snow has set in and temperatures nosedived to -11C in parts of the country last night.

Forecasters have released a cold weather warning, with no respite in sight from the snow, ice and bitter winds. But as renowned fell walker, Alfred Wainwright once put it: “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing.”

We thought we’d pay heed to those wise words and share our top tips for staying warm during this bitter cold snap.

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These shoes were made for dancing

Man dancing in a disco
It’s time to boogie!

Every generation has its beat – the rhythm of the time – and with it an era defining dance craze.

From the days of dancehall to the newly emerging rock ‘n’ roll of the 1950s, and from 1960s Beatles Britpop to1970s Northern Soul and beyond.

Here we take a look at the music that ruled the airwaves, the dance styles of the times and the mens shoes that completed the look.

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Trews and Kilts: Very Scottish trousers

Scottish pipe band wearing tartan kilts
Get the Scottish look!

Scottish patriotism doesn’t get more passionate than Burns Supper, a national day which is held on the 25th of January each year out of respect tae Scotland’s greatest son, the late, great, Robert Burns.

With the smell of roasting Haggis in the air and tartan everywhere, we’re nodding our cap north by writing a special laddie’s clothing piece inspired by bonnie Scotland.

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