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Prima UK November 2018

Prima delivers real life guidance, inspiration & ideas to simplify the lives of modern woman today. In Prima Magazine there is something for everyone - advice on how to look and feel your best, time and money saving solutions, quick and easy food, beautiful homes and gardens, and above all everything you need to get the most out of life. Prima addresses the emotional needs of everyday women, covering issues relevant to every life stage, through shared experiences and real life inspiration and advice. Its tone is supportive, warm, helpful and fun, with a positive approach to life and a modern point of view.

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who doesn’t love a night in?

I’m one of those people who is eternally cold! See me in summer and I’ve got an extra jumper to hand. Even during the last few record-breaking months of sunshine – as everyone else was clutching bottles of water and heading for the shade – I was the one who was never quite warm enough.So, as autumn settles in and the weather inevitably takes a turn, I’m first in the queue for all things cosy – think fabulous full-length coats (p16) and stylish boots (p26). I also love all the ideas on our homes pages to get my house toasty with snuggly throws, furry rugs and gorgeous textured cushions (p105).And with Strictly back on TV, there’s no better time to hunker down on the settee. We bring you an exclusive…

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‘diet? i’d rather have an other glass of wine?

‘As I’ve got older, I’ve become more accepting of my imperfections’Ruth Langsford, 58, lives with her husband and This Morning co-host Eamonn Holmes, son Jack, 16, and their Border collie cross, Maggie. The family home is in leafy Weybridge, Surrey.STYLE REVOLUTIONMy style has evolved over the years. I’m not a slavish follower of fashion like I was in my 20s, because now I know my body and what suits me. If it’s wispy and in a pastel shade, I won’t go anywhere near it!I can’t stand the words ‘age appropriate’. For example, ‘You can’t wear leopard print or a leather jacket because you’re too old.’ Nonsense! The minute somebody says, ‘You can’t wear that!’ I want to wear it more! The ethos of my clothes range for QVC (I still…

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all wrappd up

Fun FURCosy faux fur is a joy to wear. Bold colours are in abundance this season, so make a real outerwear statement and try cobalt blue, yellow or emerald green. Keep the rest of your outfit relaxed and casual by teaming yours with simple wardrobe staples.Coat, £79, 6-24, Per Una at Marks & Spencer. Top, £59, 8-16, The White Company. Wide-leg jeans, £38, 6-18, NextPOUNCE on thisThere’s no escaping leopard print this season and a soft faux-fur coat is an easy way to introduce it into your wardrobe. To avoid any Pat Butcher connotations, team with relaxed stripes, slogan sweaters and a great pair of wide-leg jeans to keep your look fresh and modern.Coat, £189, 6-18, Mint Velvet. Dress, £45, 8-20, Limited Edition at M&SA winter WHITE TALEEmbrace the glamour…

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bring on the boots!

RIDINGA wardrobe staple that’s worth the investment, you’ll wear them for seasons to come.£150, 2-9, DuoBoots£160, 3-8, Van Dal£145, 3-8, Lisa KaySuper-flatteringANKLETry sleek, pointy styles with a neat kitten heel to add polish to any outfit.£90, 3-8, Office£39.50, 3-8, M&S Collection£160, 3-8, Boden£89, 3-8, KG Kurt Geiger£42, 3-8, Evans£32, 3-8, Simply BeAdd a flash of colour with these bold red bootsFASHION EDITOR lovesWESTERNRevamp your weekend look with the return of the cowboy boot.£25, 3-7, George at Asda£59, 3-7, Nine by Savannah Miller for Debenhams£220, 3-8, Hush£169, 3-8, Kurt Geiger LondonGreat with jeansCHELSEAThis classic boot gets an update with print, patent and flashes of colour.Budget-friendly£170, 3-8, Clarks£24.99, 3-7, Deichmann£179, 3-8, HobbsAvailable in wide-fit£150, 2-9, DuoBoots£95, 3-9, HotterKNEE-HIGHThese 1970s block-heel styles look great with A-line skirts and flowy chiffon dresses.Great neutral shade£180,…

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20% off* jessica cosmetics

Fallen LeavesMorning HazeNatural SplendorAs the weather gets colder, our skin and nails can often need a little extra TLC – so why not try the brilliant range from Jessica Cosmetics to help your hands look and feel gorgeous?(Photography: Getty)Step 1: Boost moisture levelsA combination of chilly temperatures and central heating can leave the skin on our hands and around nails dry, with cuticles often becoming ragged and sore. Nurse them back to health by massaging in Jessica Nourish Cuticle Cream, £14.75, to help heal and hydrate. We’re also fans of the award-winning Jessica Phenomen Oil, from £9.50 (0.25oz). Apply to cuticles at night for an intense moisture hit.Step 2: Get stronger nailsIf your nails aren’t as healthy and strong as they once were, a targeted strengthening treatment could be just…

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buy it, wear it, love it!

Breton top, £35, 6-18, White Stuff x Battersea Dogs & Cats HomeStyle solutions from our fashion director AMANDA MARCANTONIOPURRRR-FECT!To celebrate the joy furry friends bring to our lives, White Stuff has created a new charitable collection. For every piece sold from the range, 5% of the price will go to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. Full of fun, colourful motifs and for a great cause, you’ll want to get your paws on it now!FASHION EDITOR lovesStar Jumper, £32, 3-10yrs Mintie at mintvelvet.co.ukOne of our favourite off-duty go-tos, Mint Velvet, has launched a kidswear brand: Mintie. Mirroring Mint Velvet’s easy, relaxed styling, Mintie is a collection for girls aged 3-10. Think cute, cool and co-ordinated. I just wish they did this star jumper in mummy size!Top, £22; skirt, £29, both 3-10yrs,…