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Worth sharing • We love to know what’s inspired you in the magazine, and here’s the page where you tell us what you’re thinking, baking and making!
Good ideas for February • BRIGHTEN UP THE DARKER DAYS WITH THESE CITRUS COLOUR-POP BUYS FOR YOU AND YOUR HOME
‘I would do anything to encourage an INTEREST IN THE PAST!’ • To mark 100 years of Good Housekeeping, historian and TV presenter Lucy Worsley celebrates a century of change for women. She also reveals what modern-day pursuits make her happy
A brief journey through 100 YEARS OF WOMEN’S LIVES • Here, Lucy reflects on a century of change for women and assesses the progress that has been made
NEW KNITS • No cold-weather wardrobe is complete without a selection of knockout knits. They have the ability to make us feel comfortable and cosy, yet still look super-stylish. And, let’s face it, as we live in the UK, knitwear can be useful for most of the year – not just a few winter months!
COOL COATS • Carefully chosen outerwear is a core pillar of any great wardrobe and will pull together every look. Build a capsule collection of pieces you’ll always turn to, and invest in the best quality you can afford, as you’ll be wearing these for years to come. These are the coats that never lose their allure.
GREAT SKIRTS • Easy-to-wear separates are key when creating a well-curated wardrobe. A good skirt is arguably one of the most versatile of pieces – lunch or dinner out, office wear or dressed up for party time: it’ll do them all!
WOW TROUSERS • Though they might not be as fun to buy as a new dress, during the cooler months, jeans and trousers offer a level of practicality that makes them key to any winter wardrobe. Having sat in our tracksuit pants for much of last year, bring on the trouser transformation!
EASY DRESSES • When you’re short of time, the easy-breezy, one-stop wonder dress looks instantly pulled together. Switch up your accessories to suit the hour and you’ve mastered stress-free chic.
TROPHY TOPS • An essential outfit-building block. When paired with the right sartorial partner, a great top has the ability to pull together an entire look.
All feet bright and beautiful! • Bold, snazzy and bursting with joy, this season’s glorious technicolour trainers fight against gloomy grey days and put the fun back into daily dressing
‘I’m a piña colada type of woman now’ • Life is more fun for our columnist since she started trying new things and now she’s developed a taste for hot tubs and cocktails
Meet 10 future greats of fiction • Good Housekeeping has celebrated great writing for 100 years. To mark our centenary, we’ve launched the Futures initiative alongside the Women’s Prize for Fiction, with the aim of finding the most promising female authors. Here are the 10 finalists, selected by a panel of judges, and this year, we want you to decide on the Futures winner…
Why these are the authors of tomorrow
MEET THE JUDGES • From the overwhelming number of entries to the Women’s Prize for Fiction and Good Housekeeping Futures, the judges had the difficult task of agreeing on their top 10.
It’s time to have some fun! • With the challenges of the past two years, a lot of us have forgotten how to have fun – but it’s key to our wellbeing, says author Catherine Price. Here’s how to bring...