Britain sent over 235 million items of clothing to landfill this spring, so we could all do with recycling our old clothing rather than binning it.
It’s the big day and guests have started arriving at Windsor castle.We can’t wait to see what everyone is wearing: the dresses, the jewellery and most importantly, THE HATS! Because you’re not fully dressed for a royal wedding until you put on your hat.They come in all shapes and sizes: from teeny-tiny fascinators to ginormous, not-going-to-see-anything-in-the-church floppy masterpieces.Here’s a few of our favourites so far: Oprah Winfrey in a gorgeous pale pink wide-brimmed hat, stuffed with feathers, Amal Clooney in a canary yellow Stella McCartney dress with matching hat and mesh veil, and Idris Elba’s finance, Sabrina Dhowre in a smart, blue fascinator.Let the peacock parade begin!Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Everything we’ve learned about the royal wedding this morningPrince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding: LIVE on Yahoo Crowds cheer as George and Amal Clooney arrive looking fairytale perfectlooks
The week is almost over, but unlike most weeks drawing to a close, this one has one hell of a finale.Prince Harry will marry Meghan Markle at St George’s Chapel in just two days, and while we’re giddy with excitement, it’s nothing compared to the worker-bee activity that’s been taking place in Windsor this week.The railings are up on the Long Walk and the porto loos are in place, with an estimated 1 million people planning to attend the famous Windsor park this weekend.Pubs are freshening up their window boxes with personalised messages to the happy couple, while a local boozer has renamed itself ‘The Prince Harry’, for one week only!The streets are lined with Union Jack flags, shop windows are full of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle memorabilia, and local people are decorating their gardens with bunting in preparation for the big day, with row front seats, from the comfort of their homes.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Meghan Markle releases statement confirming her father is not attending the weddingPrince George and Princess Charlotte’s roles in royal wedding bridal party confirmedMeghan Markle’s story: From Hollywood actress to polished princess
Acne sufferers are taking to social media to announce they’ve discovered the answer to their skin problems, with the help of a bar of soap which only costs £6. The alleged ‘miracle’ charcoal soap is made by hot, new start up company Charcoal Theory, which, with it’s stark black and white packaging and lab formulated ingredients is reminiscent of worldwide sensation and beauty brand of the moment, Glossier. The soap comes as a little black bar, containing natural ingredients like organic activated charcoal, organic tea tree oil and shea butter.