Saturday, October 28, 2017

Runway Rip Offs: The Fashion Week Items To Buy If You're On A Budget

All the hottest looks for 2018 have well and truly dropped now that the world's Fashion Weeks have wrapped up. Like always, there are some key style takeaways you can start adopting now so you're on the front foot when it comes to fashion, but who has the budget for Dior and Isabel Marant? Not me that's for sure! What I do have the (time) budget for though is hunting down (I lurveeee Lyst for this!) some great dupes of the top runway looks online...

Pastel Velvets

Velvet is here to stay but it's getting a face lift and leaving it's vampy roots behind in favour of light and bright shades of lemon, baby pink, mint and lilac.


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Wild Wild West

Western style is always a favourite and good old fashioned saloon style skirts, cowboy boots and bolo ties are bringing their traditional spin to modern clothing.


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80s Silhouettes

Bigger is better as large shoulders, nipped waists and high cut 'mum' pants make a rocking come back.


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Crystal Clear

Rain bonnets your nan would love, plastic shoes Kimmy K would rock and transparent EVERYTHING is going to be a trend to watch if you trust Chanel (I certainly do!).


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Summery Pyjamas

Dressing down has been big for a while now and we saw pyjama style pop onto the scene a few seasons ago, but what I'm really excited that's been all over the Fashion Week runways is a summery version of the undone trend. Think light cotton fabrics,shorts instead of pants, brighter hues and floral designs. 


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Sweet Grunge

Punk princess meets Tokyo's Harajuku scene. Fishnets pair with bright tutus, My Little Pony shirts sit alongside studs, and the deadliest heels are complimented with a smile.


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All The Purple

Eggplant, lilac, mauve, heliotrope and plum: you name a shade of purple and it was on the runways. Purple is long overdue to have a turn in the spotlight and now is the time to snap up some key pieces!


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Monday, October 2, 2017

2017 Fascinator Styles For Racing Season

Racing season is upon us! And with great races comes great fashion responsibility, and no one wants to be unfashionable on the field. Here are the 2017 fascinator trends I've been spotting this racing season to set you up with some winning (pun intended) inspiration...