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Innerstyle Vol.3

At Shores we are purveyors of Outerwear, but we are also champions of ‘Innerwear’.

What’s ‘Innerwear’ you may ask? Simply put it’s the stuff you hang on the inside – you know the things that make you YOU, the stuff that inspires you, the stuff that makes you inspire others, that makes you smile, that moves you. INNERSTYLE is our little weekly ‘innerwear’ newsletter gift to you, and this is Volume One’s offerings.

Love Is In The Air


Valentine’s Day may have been and gone but hopefully love endures beyond that. This article looks at the reason successful relationships are successful. This is just about the most complete and helpful article on relationships we’ve ever read. It’s well worth the time invested in reading it.

The Love Test


While we are still on the theme of love, this incredible, clever short film is also a hearing test in disguise. Watch it and see what your version of events is – it could even tell you more about yourself than you know!

Hygge Explained


Hygge (pronounced Hoo-Guh) has become something of a phenomenon in the last year or so, although it is really an old, although somewhat undefinable Danish term meaning such qualities as cosiness, and a feeling of contentment or well-being. If you don’t know much about Hygge then this article will help you understand it and maybe even start to introduce some well deserved Hygge into your life.

Coffee Is Saving Lives 


Students have created an unbelievable product from disused coffee grinds and it’s changing lives for thousands of women and children in refugee camps.

Less Is More


So much of our time is spent in the pursuit of more and better – whether that be more success or better things, or maybe just more love and better health. The brilliantly, direct writer Mark Manson explores the disease of ‘more’ in this great article.

Grandmas On The Beer


What could be better than expert advice about beer from some lovely, old, beer drinking grandmas? Exactly!

Hair Raising


Both members of the band Colonel Dax shaved their heads to raise money for Macmillan’s Cancer Support and then decided to do something doubly useful with their freshly shaved heads, so they shot a video for their song The Changing Man by filming their hair growing one day at a time. The resulting video is highly addictive.

Best Photos Of The Month


It’s always a visual treat each month when Bloomberg release their Best Photos Of The Month feature and it’s always a jaw-dropping, inspirational set of images. This month’s selections are as incredible as ever.

Back To The Future

backtofuture© Irina Werning

Photographer Irina Werning loved looking at other people’s old photos and wondering what they would look like if they were recreated in the present. Then one day she decided to do just that and the journey from there took her across 32 countries recreating hundreds of stranger’s childhood photographs. The results are astounding and often hilarious.

A Story To Melt Your Heart


Paul Villard was a French physicist who died almost 90 years ago but this true story he told has survived through time, proving that what really matters to people isn’t material wealth, prosperity or power but rather genuine acts of kindness and heart warming goodness.

What The World Needs Now


In this short film entrepreneur, all round good guy and charismatic internet sensation Gary Vaynerchuk tells you in no uncertain terms exactly what you need to do to live a more positive life. His delivery is typically passionate and uplifting.



This little puzzle has been bending brains online recently and it’s well worth pitting your wits against.


One To Read – The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior


Now in nearly it’s 40th year, The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior is still known by it’s naturally accumulated subtitle ‘A Book That Changes Lives’ and that is for good reason. This is one book you will read, re-read, read again and then buy copies for all your friends.

One To Watch – Blackfish


Documentaries don’t often come as powerful as Blackfish. The film follows Tilikum, a captive killer whale that has killed several people and it highlights major concerns within the sea-park industry and how man deals with nature.