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Alya Barutoğlu
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Your favourite movies and tv shows are now a trend! The common small talk “What’s your favourite movie, show, music group etc.” is now a street style must. Brands have taken icons and movies to create wonderful t-shirts and sweatshirts. This vintage trend is inspired by the seventies band t-shirts yet with a modern take. Pair them with your boyfriend jeans and zebra print boots to look like a street style icon! #poster #movie #tvshow #music #trend #fashion #streetstyle #nostalgic #bandtshirts #tshirts #sweatshirts

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Brittany Du-Crow
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Ready to shop for the new season but overwhelmed by all the trends? Don’t worry – we’ve rounded up the best looks from London Fashion Week, along with our favourite AW18 pieces.   

Modern military  

It’s not unusual for military pieces to appear on the AW runway, but Belstaff’s collection was a fresh take on the trend. We loved the printed hoodies worn with double-breasted coats and zipped cargo pants.   

Reworked classics

  For AW18, Burberry gave its iconic pieces a contemporary update: see the oversized trench coats, rainbow logo-embroidered sweatshirts and checked baseball caps.  

Tonal tailoring   

Loved for its pared-back minimalism, Joseph’s autumn collection did not disappoint. A standout look consisted of clean brown tailoring worn with a sharp camel coat.  

 Utility cool   

 JW Anderson’s show combined menswear and womenswear, but each had an effortless utilitarian feel. We predict the graphic knit sweaters and relaxed khaki pants will be an instant hit.   Industrial outerwear   Not only were the coats and jackets at Christopher Raeburn incredibly cool, they were also constructed from recycled materials. Look out for the checked wool pieces made from Russian navy blankets.   

Asymmetric shapes   Chalayan’s deconstructed designs made ordinary wardrobe staples feel completely unique – check out the cut-out trousers and cleverly folded coats in the line-up.   

Heritage checks   

 You can always count on Margaret Howell to deliver timeless pieces that will transcend seasons – for example, the checked shirts and Prince of Wales tailoring seen on the runway.   

Retro refresh   

‘70s references could be spotted throughout Oliver Spencer’s show, but in the most understated way: see the corduroy and velvet trousers and shearling jackets.   

Sports luxe  

Sportswear has become a fixture on the runway, and it’s not going anywhere fast. Band of Outsiders mixed retro tracksuits with smart tailoring for a fresh take on the trend.   

Go graphic  

Bold logo prints are still dominating the street style circuit, and it looks like they’re sticking around for another season. Cottweiler’s final look was an oversized T-shirt embroidered with the Natural History Museum’s name – also the location of the label's show.   

Shop the trends seen on the runway with our AW18 edit below…   

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Emily Beeson
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When it comes to looking for the perfect engagement ring there are so many things to consider – you’re going to be rocking it for a while so it’s pretty important that you make the right choice…   


Now, we know that classic diamond rings aren’t for everyone. In fact, there’s been a surge in sales of rings that feature alternative stones and metals in recent years, as well as a huge boom in ethically-made pieces too.   

Fashion-forward women everywhere are eschewing the traditional single-diamond band in favour of cool stacked styles, sculptural silhouettes and glittering twists on classic cuts and settings.   

If you’re on the hunt for something a little different but not sure where to start fear not, because we’ve created an exclusive edit of unique pieces created for ultra-cool brides to be. Plus, there’s something for every budget.  

Browse our gallery for engagement ring inspiration and shop the edit below…   

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Alya Barutoğlu
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What is summer’s most sought out look? Mini skirts and t-shirts. You have so many options. You can do classic denim skirt with white t-shirt. Band t-shirts with ripped denim skirts and many more. There is so much room to play with. Change your shoes, jewellery and bag and wear the t-shirt and mini skirt look over and over again. #skirt #miniskirt #tshirt #style #streetstyle #fashion

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Thiara Collorec
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Fête de la Musique oblige, ce soir on sort le t-shirt rock ! Vraie groupie ou simple modeuse aguerrie, on profite de l'occasion pour afficher nos goûts musicaux ou notre style cool et rebelle. D'ailleurs, le t-shirt rock figure parmi les classiques des top-models et influenceuses en tout genre, à l'instar de Chiara Ferragni ou Taylor Hill. 


Décalé et personnel, il suffit à faire un look : rockeuse ou fashion, tout dépend de votre style et de comment vous le portez. Parce que oui, le t-shirt rock va avec absolument tout, du pantalon en cuir à la mini-jupe ! Et pas seulement pendant la fête de la musique...

Découvrez notre sélection et shoppez le vôtre ! 

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corina bello
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We know that the super high heels are flattering, but also uncomfortable and painful. Fortunately, a square block of about 5 centimetres will do you the same favour of lengthening your legs but without needing ten band-aids. This sophisticated style is ideal for almost any office and also combines everything from dresses to jeans to the ankles. Credits: Pinterest

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Lina Psaila
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Even though band tees are nothing new, they're always on trend. Worn originally for no other purpose than to show your love for the music, now they've become a certified status symbol, with a ton of designers creating their own iterations. 


Band T-shirts are an off-duty staple for celebs and influencers from Kendall Jenner's AC/DC and Slasher tees, to Gigi Hadid rocking a Metallica design, stars love an excuse to give their favourite acts a nod. 

Now you might think a band tee should be strictly reserved for your off-duty line-up, but that’s where you’re wrong. We happen to think you can rock one for every occasion, so here’s how to style yours according to our Editors… 

For off-duty 

Pair your band tee with a pair of high-waisted jeans for an effortlessly cool look. Add ankle boots, vintage sunnies and a fedora hat for major rock 'n’ roll vibes. Or, in warmer weather, throw on your slides and distressed denim shorts in a pale wash or bright white hue. 

For brunch

Opt for a relaxed look by wearing your T-shirt with a long summer skirt, espadrilles, a straw hat and an XXL bag containing all your day-to-day essentials. 

For the gym 

Rock your band tee over yoga-ready leggings, trainers and have your music up loud. Well, blasting your favourite band's tunes is optional, but we recommend it. 

For travelling 

For true rockstar feels work your band tee into your travel line-up. Wear it with a pair of relaxed culottes, comfy slides, sunnies and a snuggly scarf for those long-haul flights. 

For the office 

Finally, make a statement in a T-shirt with wide-leg, high-waisted trousers and heels. A cool block-heeled mule will elevate your look so all you’ll need to do is add an elegant shoulder bag and a chunky watch for keeping track of your meetings.

Ready to rock a band tee this season? We've selected ten of the best so browse the edit below to shop them... 

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Lina Psaila
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Wedding season is here, but if you’re not quite ready to give Meghan and Harry a run for their money – and let’s face it, who can afford to cater for 600 people? – you might want to consider a few shortcuts.We caught up with Fern Godfrey, Editor of the UK’s biggest Wedding blog Rock My Wedding, to discover her tips for planning your dream day on a budget… 


What do you love most about being the Editor of Rock My Wedding? Rock My Wedding was founded by Charlotte O’Shea in 2009, when she was planning her own wedding, it’s grown hugely since then and we’re now a team of 10. I’ve been Editor at Rock My Wedding since 2015 and I absolutely love my job. 

We get to share people’s love stories every single day, work with beautiful flowers and dresses, and champion incredible wedding suppliers with our directory, The List. The best bit is seeing the wedding photographs of brides who have read RMW religiously while planning their own weddings –- it’s such a great feeling. 

What do you find are the most popular wedding themes?

We feature a lot of rustic luxe weddings -– industrial and agricultural buildings with lots of exposed brick and lofty beams, filled with flowers and candles. This theme works beautifully for weddings across Europe as we have so many incredible historic and working buildings to use. The weather in the UK doesn’t always allow for the amazing outdoor celebrations we feature from France, Italy and Spain, but all of the weddings we blog are amazing in their own unique way. 

How can one plan a beautiful wedding on a budget? 

If you want to save money while planning your big day, then the key thing is decide on what is important to you as a couple. If you chose the areas you’re going to spend on, then you can try to save on the others. 

Do you really need wedding favours? Can you serve canapés as a starter and wedding cake as your dessert? Have you considered a Spotify play list rather than a band? Do you really need a pair of designer shoes? If flowers aren’t important to you, then use local foliage and seasonal blooms. The one thing we’d always recommend spending on is professional photographs and a film – these things will allow you to remember your big day forever and so they are the most important part. 

Can you share any useful DIY tips?

We’ve created a couple of floral DIY’s for Rock My Wedding readers. The first is a chair back arrangement to take your seating to the next level. The other is for a classic flower crown – these are very popular with boho bridesmaids, especially at cool, rustic weddings out in the countryside, but you can use any kind of flower to achieve the look and feel you want. There are plenty of examples on the Rock My Wedding Instagram feed.

As an expert, what would you pack for a destination wedding?

As a wedding guest? A floral maxi dress, a wide brimmed hat and some sunglasses. As the bride? A soft and flowing gown, some pretty sandals and lots of Bobbi Brown Sheer Finish Pressed Powder.

Shop Fern’s edit for the perfect pieces to make your day special, whatever your budget and wherever you’re heading to tie the knot… 

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Lydia Cotmore
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As spring inches in day by day, daffodil by daffodil, the weather gets a little lighter and a little brighter. It’s an exciting relief from the oppressive cold of winter, but poses new problems for our wardrobes, as the fluctuating temperatures of this transitional period have us choosing outfits in the morning sunshine which by lunchtime are shivering, inappropriate messes under afternoon cloud. The answer to this issue, however, is simple: layering. Now I don’t just mean adding a chunky-knit jumper to a minidress, but layering at base level - so perhaps add a jersey turtleneck under that dress. Wearing a striped long-sleeve tee under a short-sleeved block colour or graphic tee (very in right now) ensures that you’re covered for rain or shine, and protects against those pesky random goosebumps. Styling like this even works for night-out looks, like blogger Megan Ellaby’s above, as mesh tees provide a slightly dressier alternative without causing overheating in crowded bars. Try a shimmery, high-neck mesh top under a loose, black cami, or a band tee for a grungier vibe. Day to night, winter to spring, you’re covered for all occasions and seasons with a layered tee. [Photo cred.: Instagram, Megan Ellaby]

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Felicia Pennant
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Hands up if you only watch the Super Bowl for the American national anthem and the halftime show? Us too, and also for an annual real life sighting of the supermodel Gisele as she supports her husband, the record-breaking star New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady with their family. Although this year the 5 time world champions didn’t retain their trophy in Super Bowl LII as the so-called ‘underdogs’ Philadelphia Eagles beat them 41-33, with Brandon Graham's incredible strip-sack knocking the ball out of Brady’s hands. That’s a very rough summary of the actual American football played because we were most excited to see Justin Timberlake in his comeback gig, to crown the release of his new album 'Man of the Woods.' P!nk had wowed belting out ’The Star-Spangled Banner’ with the flu earlier on.  


Timberlake had a tough task following Lady Gaga’s epic performance last year and Beyonce’s stunning politically-charged rendition of ‘Formation’ the year before, and the talented singer-dancer didn’t quite reach the same heights. His mandate seemed to be family friendly rather than forward-thinking and so Timberlake dutifully delivered: slickly dancing his way through a medley of his greatest hits including ‘Rock your Body’ (which he did at his 2003 Super Bowl show with Janet Jackson that lead to #nipplegate), ‘Señorita’, ‘My Love’, ‘Sexy Back’, 'Cry me a River', ‘Suit and Tie’, ‘End of Time’ at a piano and ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’ to close. 

There were no NSYNC, Janet Jackson or ‘Filthy’ robot appearances but plenty of backing dancers, a live brass band and a few sound issues; and Timberlake did pay tribute to the late Prince, as the game was being staged in his hometown Minnesota, by covering ‘I Would Die 4 U’. The late legendary artist was projected next to him as a video rather than a ‘demonic’ hologram and his fans weren’t happy as Prince reportedly didn’t like Timberlake. Unlike longterm Timberlake’s fans from his NSYNC and ‘Justified' days who voiced their approval on social media, but the whole thing did little to inspire a new generation, as the young man who got a selfie with Timberlake hinted by his actions.

What Timberlake wore also sparked plenty of debate and memes. Fresh out of Stella McCartney’s AW18 menswear collection (so not in stores yet) and in line with his new ‘country with R’n’b roots’ sound, he sported a deer scene shirt with a cameo splatter print and Prince of Wales check suit, a red bandana around his neck, a fringed leather jacket and chunky white Nike sneakers which looked like custom Jordans. GQ has full details/sketches and it was the most progressive thing about the performance- a fresh way to pull off clashing prints for men.

So if you want to, or you’d like your boyfriend to dress like Timberlake, admire his instagram shots in the gallery above, watch the halftime show here and then shop our edit of similar styles below. 

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Lina Psaila
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A headscarf is one of those accessories that you think only a select few may have been gifted to nail in their lifetime, but in all honesty, anyone can pull off a headscarf. It's just a matter of knowledge and individual taste. So, this week because headscarves are trending (although when were they not in fashion) we're going to show you how to wear it. And believe us when we say anyone can sport it. From the Queen to Grace Kelly, Lauryn Hill, or Gucci models there's a headscarf girl in all of us. 


Boho Vibe

If you're feeling the Gucci 70's vibe then this is the look for you. Just opt for a long scarf that you'll wrap around your head and tie it securely at the back.

Queen style 

For this look, you'll need a much shorter fabric preferably in a monotone colour devoid of any patterns. And voila! Classic Queen chic. 

Turban 

Even if you're not Linda Evangelista in the 90's you can still rock the uber elegant turban. Take an elastic scarf and tie it once in the front and once securely on the back of your neck.

 HeadBand 

Go for the Upper East Manhattan Charlotte from SATC meets Blair from Gossip Girl vibe and sport a very classy headband and elevate any smart casual outfit! 

Ready for scarf day? Just head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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Lina Psaila
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We're letting the buzz from London Collections Men settle as we dissect the must-have items if the next season. As with any season, this one was no different, with a great offering or Britain's finest from Belstaff to Christopher Kane, Ben Sherman and Christopher Raeburn. 


ARMY COAT 

Go for an army surplus coat courtesy of brands like Belstaff and David Beckham's Kent & Curwen.This is the year to invest in a great utility coat that will accompany you from casual smart drinks to the gym even on a rainy commute to the office. Its multiple occasion versatility makes it ultimately desirable and a great gift for guys by the way. 

GOLF KNIT 

Glasgow-born Charles Jeffrey is a designer that pushes buttons and embraces a post-gender world in fashion. He showed oversized jumpers stuffed with padding very reminiscent of golfing green, while MAN's Stefan Cooke went for a knit vest. 

FAUX FUR PARKA 

You would expect models to walk maybe put on a show but definitely not ice dance, right? Well, that was the case for Band of Outsiders who turned Somerset House in in a purpose-built ice ring over the weekend. What stood out was a revamped version of the teddy bear coat in a multitude of colours. That's from London Collections Men for now as we get ready to welcome all the trends from Milan, Paris and New York in the following weeks. 

Hurry and be the first to sport the items straight off the runway by shopping our expert edit below! 

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