Author Profile: Joanna Green

Jo joined Bonmarche in August 2012 as a member of the online team. As a key contributor to the Bonmarche style blog Jo will be keeping readers up to date on all that is happening at Bonmarche as well as sharing style and trend tips. As a typical forty something woman working in fashion retail Jo is an advocate of stylish clothing which is age appropriate and makes the most of the female form. And as both a working mum and she understands the importance of versatile clothing which looks great but also lives up to daily challenges.

Post archive: Joanna Green

How to style a little black dress

The big fashion news this summer is that black is back. For all the vibrancy of the season’s colours, summer flowers, blue skies and bright sunshine (if we’re lucky), black and white are the colours to be seen in this year. The trend for wearing white in summer is no surprise. Every year those of … read more

Top summery styles for winter sun

What can you do in cold, wet, dismal February apart from escape from the UK and fly to the sun? Lots of Bonmarche customers are lucky enough to be doing just that, it seems, because sales of our gorgeous winter sun range are going really well. If you are fortunate enough to be jetting off … read more

Dame Judi Dench, Britain’s most inspiring woman

We’ll be seeing a lot more of Dame Judi Dench on our screens and in our newspapers over the next few weeks. She’s been nominated for the seventh time for an Oscar, this time for her moving performance in Philomena, a film about her character’s search for her long lost son, taken from her as … read more

Beauty blunders it pays to avoid

Who wouldn’t want to age gracefully? Looking stylish in your 40s, 50s and beyond is more than possible with a little forethought. Here are some classic fashion mistakes that it is easy to avoid. Wearing clothes that are too baggy Buying loose clothing is a common mistake made by many women over 50 who feel … read more


Support Breast Cancer Awareness This October

In support of Breast Cancer we have introduced ‘bra bins’ into our stores to encourage customers to get behind this cause and bin their unwanted bra’s. This exciting project keeps textiles out of landfill, helps small businesses in Africa and raises vital funds for ground breaking research, working to improve detection and increase survival after … read more