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Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Animal Fever

Leopard print has been prowling the catwalks once again ready for autumn/ winter this year. Seen here from Moschino Cheap & Chic. 

If you're feeling confident, try challenging the Moschino Cheap & Chic look with this matching bomber jacket and trouser look from Topshop. Bomber £55, Skinny Trouser £42.

If you'd prefer a more simple take on the look, try some of these leopard print garments from the high street.

Missguided £34.99

Oasis £38

You can even mix it up a bit and try the animal print look in a different colour.

 River Island £15

Topshop £35

For more looks, and hints and tips on introducing animal print into your wardrobe.  Check out the my Leopard Print style Video on You Tube

Friday, 16 August 2013

Festival Fun

Festival season is still in full swing with the upcoming V Festival, In my home town this weekend.  We thought it would be a great opportunity to inspire you to inject some festival style into your wardrobe.

These are a few of our top festival picks.

Kimono's are a great lightweight piece for any festival. They're easy to pack and jazz up an outfit to give it that summery, festival feel. 

The floral crown is a huge statement piece this summer and perfect for festivals, as seen here on Katy Perry and Pixie Lott. 

This purple one from Rock 'N' Rose will add a statement to any outfit and is sure to make you stand out from the crowd - £38

Footwear can sometimes be tricky at festivals. Last year we suggested wellies... so you probably already have some ready...  but why not try jelly shoes!  You want to look stylish but don't want to risk ruining your favourite shoes due to mud or your feet getting trodden on in crowds. Jelly shoes are water proof, easy to clean, comfortable and look cute with virtually any outfit. JuJu Jellies come in a wide range of different colours and styles. From £12.99.

Thursday, 8 August 2013

Think Pink!

Dusty pink is set to be the hot colour for autumn/ winter this year, making a prominent appearance on the catwalks at London Fashion Week.

Here's some of my top pink picks from the high street at the moment. These are great pieces that can be worn in the remaining days of our summer but can also be carried through to autumn/ winter.

If the Mulberry coat is out of your budget than this Ted Baker one is a perfect cheaper alternative.

Check out my 'think pink' style video on YouTube.


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