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Hattie Cotmore
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Okay so I love backless mules. I have been seeing them everywhere and they're a perfect shoe for the seasonal transition but could definitely be worn all summer. My biggest question about these shoes is that I have very narrow feet - so would they stay on? I can just see myself losing one to a tube track and having to then walk the rest of my journey one-shoe-less. That said they are so beautiful and I've picked these Armani ones as the block red is really fun and fits the block bold colour trend. Image: Armani

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Thiara Collorec
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S'habiller au bureau, ce n'est pas toujours facile. Entre les codes qu'on ne maîtrise pas toujours, les idées reçues et nos envies personnelles, on craint parfois de ne pas trouver le bon ton. Alors on laisse de coté e style et on s'astreint à un uniforme ennuyeux, pour éviter tout faux-pas. Erreur ! 


On passe la plupart de notre temps au travail, et surtout, votre style pourrait être aussi important que votre CV. Parce que c'est la première qu'on remarque chez vous, et qu'on le veuille ou non, la façon dont on s'habille dit beaucoup sur ce qu'on est. Un style cohérent avec les codes de votre entreprise vous aidera à coup sûr à montrer que vous y avez toute votre place. 

Que vous travaillez dans un environnement strict ou plus créatif, un style soigné, personnel et intelligent est l'une des clés qui vous ouvrira des portes. Il est important de savoir de se démarquer, de ne surtout pas se fondre dans la masse, sans pour autant passer pour une fashion victime. La frontière semble tenue, mais en réalité pas vraiment. 

Il est possible de rester soi même, en faisant attention à quelques détails. Bien sûr joggings et décolletés sont bannis, mais vous pouvez rester féminine avec une jupe crayon élégante, et pas guindée en misant sur un t-shirt blanc sous votre veste. Autre astuce, ne pas oublier les accessoires : bijoux, foulards et un beau sac à main donnent une touche personnelle à un look de bureau qui manquerait peut-être de fantaisie. 

Enfin, feu vert aussi sur la couleur. On évite le color block qui attire l'attention de tout l'immeuble, mais on n'est pas condamné à porter exclusivement du noir : un tailleur rose pâle ou bleu marine sera aussi crédible que féminin. Le tout est dans le dosage et le bon sens, comme souvent en matière de style.

Découvrez notre sélection et shoppez votre garde-robe idéale pour libérer votre style au bureau ! 

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Hattie Cotmore
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This Fashion Month make up artists began to move away from the classic smokey eye and towards something a little brighter. Block colours were splashed across every show from the shoes to the eye shadows and one my favourite instances of this Romero Jenning's look for Talbot Runhof. He went for vivid colours like this azure blue and zig zagged across the eye lid. This is such an easy look to recreate and one I am definitely down for trying myself. Image: Matteo Scarpellini/Imaxtree.com

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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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Hattie Cotmore
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Reiterating what I said in my previous Balenciaga post this to me encompasses the Spanish of Balenciaga. The model looks to have stepped off the set of Pedro Almodovar's Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, an incredible nineties Spanish film - if you haven't watched it I implore you to do so. The block-blue, dangling earrings and equally bold sunglasses are really fun, as is the dress hat could be worn with no accessories at al and still look composed. This is a perfect reminder that the revival of the nineties doesn't just mean velour tracksuits, it's all about the shapes and colours too. Image: Vogue

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Lina Psaila
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The lust for velvet continues to capture our imagination with Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid sporting the trend that has pervaded the wardrobes of trendsetters and celebrities proving to be a red-carpet staple for Winter months - especially during Award season. From Amy Adams and Rita Ora in a lavish Tom Ford, Lady Gaga and Lily Donaldson in pure black and Nicole Kidman in a plunging velvet Armani Privé dress at this year’s BAFTAs. 


Here’s why we’re still craving for that velvet touch. 

Velvet massively took off in 2017 and is still going strong this season. This time the look is more elevated - less studio 54 and more uptown-chic. Think tailored suits, swinging dresses and grandiose skirts courtesy of Prada, Koche and Erdem. 

You can go completely head to toe in sumptuous rolls of velvet, or select some velvet accessories for a touch of glamour: From quilted cross body bags to velvet embellished platforms, block heels and slingback shoes available both from designers like Prada and Rochas but also more affordable retailers like ASOS and Forever 21. 

Velvet’s main characteristics are that elaborate look due to its complex and luxurious texture. However some hues on velvet can have an undesirable effect. When it comes to colour palette opt for shades of burgundy, teal, mustard, and crimson that dominate the Winter 2018 season. 

Be the first to sport the velvet trend by selecting your favourite items from our exclusive edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE, Instagram

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Isabelle Herring
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Mollie looks incredible in this shot! I am obsessed with her dress too - the block colours all merge together so well. What do you think of this outfit? #ootd #mollieking #fashion #outfitinspo Photo Credit: @MollieKing on Twitter

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Marianna Nagy
Lovely, colourful dress... I like, too :)
Jo So
love that dress!
Felicia Pennant
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Of the beauty trends we’ve already spotted this year, the colour pop eyes seen at the haute couture shows in Paris earlier this month and in Revlon’s groundbreaking new campaign really made us pause. Blush pink at Chanel, yellow and green at Iris Van Herpen, gold arches at Elie Saab, and Adwoa Aboah banished our tween blue eyeshadow nightmares with gorgeous loaded eyelids. Lining your inner eye with white eyeliner is a well-known, eye-opening makeup trick but using a bolder hue is a novel way to brighten up your face and outfit this winter, rather than just relying on vibrant accessories. We were already partly convinced by legendary makeup artist and Vogue editor Pat McGrath’s memorising eye shadow videos on instagram, she’s been pushing vivid looks like these for years, but these latest looks won us over properly. 


So even if you’re on board with swapping your natural or smoky eye for a coloured one, bet you’re wondering how you wear this for day? These pigmented products are developed to make an impact, and are oh so easy to apply, so we suggest lighter, thinner lines and subtler sweeps during the day and being more heavy handed come evening. You could even mix colours and colour-block your face (eyes, blush and lips) if you dare as there’s literally a rainbow of eyeliners and eyeshadows out there. And if your eyes are looking flawless, make sure there are no marks elsewhere and that the rest of your beauty game is up to scratch. Particularly your brows and lashes which will frame your face and your handiwork.  

Shop our top picks for colourful eyes in the edits below. The pink’s perfect for Valentine’s day!

Image credit: Glamourmagazine.co.uk and Vogue.co.uk.

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Alya Barutoğlu
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This season heels are everywhere. Block heels, curvy heels, asymmetric heels. In 2018, heels are in all styles you ever wanted. But one of the most eye-catching ones are the curvy heels. Throwing back to the old but gold ages, these heels will give you the ultimate nostalgic feel. It’ll just add dimension to your outfit with a small touch. Walk that walk with these trendy heels because these are about to be big! #heels #curvyheels #shoes #trend #style #streetstyle #fashion #nostalgic

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Felicia Pennant
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Never mind the naysayers- they’re just jealous you’ve got a (expensive?) holiday ahead where you’ll be toning up and getting a tan by default. Ski season lasts up until April approximately and zipping down a mountain is so exhilarating you’ll feel like you’re flying. Once you get over your fear of falling and figure out how to keep your balance on skis or a snowboard of course. Expect a bruised backside if you’re a beginner- padded ski trousers will help cushion the blows.  


Standing out of the slopes is essential not only for sartorial reasons but to ensure you can be easily spotted should danger arise. Put on a hat, googles, base layers, a ski coat, ski pants, ski socks, and gloves plus your ski/board boots and you’re set. Go wild with colour and prints should you wish or stick to block colours and chic monochrome. Apres ski style simply calls your normal winter go-tos with added thermal base layers, even warmer knits and snow ready boots. 

Shop what we’d pack in our quick-fire edit below. 

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Hattie Cotmore
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As I've already posted, bold block colours are forecasted to big a great trend in 2018. This doesn't mean that one colour won't be particularly coveted. Pastels have been inducing whimsical fashion aesthetics for the past few Spring/Summer seasons. This year, however, lavender will be the queen of pastels. It can be worn on sharp suits or feminine dresses. Anything goes with lavender for 2018. Image credit: Harper's Bazaar

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Hattie Cotmore
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My second 2018 trend of choice is block colour. Saturated hues are set to be all the rage for our wardrobes. I love this trend because everyone can wear it. There is a colour suited to everyone's colourings and preferences and blocking it out is an uncomplicated outfit choice. It can also be fused with our favourite prints and patterns and worn at any time of day for any occasion. This will literally be the trend of all trends. Image credit: wwd.com

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