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Sustainable fashion updates made headlines multiple times. If you have a minimal style and you have devoted yourself in a vegan lifestyle, you will love this trend. Organic fabrics, sustainable production and unfinished garments are major for Spring 2018. You can go all hippie with organic fashion as the industry has committed itself on being environmental friendly! #sustainability #environment #vegan #bohemian #hippie #organic #fashion #style #streetstyle

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Throwback to the seventies once, twice, thrice again! Fashion can’t get enough of retro trends snd personally, this is my favourite. ‘70s was a mixture of bohemian, hippie, glamorous, disco and punk fashion… So what’s not to love about this era? For this season, denim overalls are taking over street trends. You can opt for overalls or jumpsuit or even playsuits. Style your denims with foulards and wedges to get the ultimate seventies look! #seventies #trend #denim #overalls #jumpsuit #style #streetstyle #fashion

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Alya Barutoğlu
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I don’t know about you but I love clothes that are versatile and different. Vests and gilets can spice up your outfit with just one change. Leather vests add a touch of rebel while patterned vests add a retro and bohemian style. This season denim vests are a trend but you can opt for other styles to match your taste. #vest #gilet #style #trend #fashion #streetstyle

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Vintage florals were major even before any fashion week happened. So bohemian vibes in the fashion shows weren’t such a big surprise. Earthy tones, retro florals and natural feel to the designs, bohemia was one of the most eye catching styles of the fashion month. With ‘lets make everything organic’ movement going around the world, it would be surprising if bohemian fashion was left out… #bohemia #bohemian #fashion #trend #fashionweek #streetstyle #style

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Lina Psaila
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If the thought of piling on gives you an uneasy stomach, fear not. The art of layering has never looked better. Although it's an American tic, think the Olsen twins during the mid -noughties, being enclosed in layers of bohemian fabric and oversized coatigans, the Parisians have employed it with effortless ease too. Experimental layering is a dominant issue on the fashion agenda, especially when deciding on what to wear in chilly weather. 


Take Paris Fashion Week for example. Fashion editors from across the globe (not only from the US) showcased their unique vision to nailing the layering craft. We've compiled a few of the best piling-on tricks we discovered on the streets of Paris you can try now. 

TONAL 

Try the tonal approach by opting for slightly differentiated hues of the same colour and wear it from head-to-toe. Throw in an unexpected colour like white or coral to juxtapose to the monochrome look. 

ADD A ROLLNECK 

Rollnecks have many charms being one of the best options for workwear and smart casual alike. Just take cues from Audrey Hepburn's fail-proof styling in 1957's Funny Face for more inspiration.  With your key item in place strategically create the rest of your outfit. 

GO FOR COATIGAN 

A knitted coatigan is your best bet when layering. Just throw it over some of the season's natural fabrics like linen, cotton and hemp and style it with bold and chunky accessories.

ADD SOME LEATHER 

Layering offers a great opportunity to experiment with texture. Don't be afraid to wear your leather jacket under your main coat or trench in a samey colour. 

DON'T FORGET THE PUFFER 

Now might be the best time to invest in a slim quality puffer jacket. Wear it in the same colour just under your coat or trench. To avoid the same shade from top to bottom add a pop of colour in your accessories like a tangerine bag or mules. 

Head to our gallery for more layering inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram, Pinterest.

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Lina Psaila
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Although velvet is still having a moment in the spotlight, another seventies staple is taking centre stage: corduroy. And there's a large offering too for Spring, whether it's a jumpsuit, skirt or jacket. Contrary to popular belief, corduroy is not only a winter fabric. Like linen, it's quite adaptable to weather climate changes. The strong case for corduroy was made in the Prada show in Paris, while Isabel Marant also offered a touch of corduroy trousers with a 1980's twist. 


The tomboyish appeal of the texture was picked up by Alexa Chung who incorporated it into her Alexa Chung collection, while Lemaire showed a rusty cord trouser suit. Gucci that holds the helm historically over the corduroy trend threw out pink flares, floral suits, and signature flippers. The past few seasons we've noticed that there has been a huge resurgence of trends, so it came as no surprise when corduroy made its way back to the catwalks, street style and ultimately our wardrobe. The high street also took notice. The new Stockholm- based fashion brand, The Cords & Co focuses on this material alone making it the corduroy's haven. 

This fabric was extremely popular in the 70's especially by Jane Birkin and her bohemian - laissez-faire interpretation of the menswear staple. In the 70's resurgence of the late 90s corduroy was back in stock for both men and women. Nowadays we're seeing it not only in the form of trousers but also as a pinafore dress, and in many shades of pink, to burgundy, green, aquatic or in floral patterns.

STYLE TIPS 

Pair a luxe corduroy suit with a white graphic tee for a smart casual outfit that will turn heads all Spring long. 

Opt for a tonal approach by wearing a hoodie with a slightly lighter hue over your coloured corduroy trousers. 

For a bold look, do a head-to-toe corduroy look. If the full on corduroy look makes you uneasy, match a detail like your socks, sunnies or a shade of your T-Shirt with that of you corduroy trousers. 

Finally, you don’t have to settle for trousers alone. Choose a corduroy blazer, skirt, or even dungarees. 

Are you ready to sport your corduroy look? Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop our edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Pinterest, POPSUGAR. 

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Chloe Laws
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Your personality is written all over your walls. Are you career driven? Creative? Well-travelled? Analytical? Well, your interior choices echo this, and we're going to tell you how, plus show you the pieces that are perfect for your personality and home!


A survey has revealed that people with purple decor have nearly double the intimacy of people with grey, red and pinks also help, whilst beige and white may limit you. 

Scroll below to find out what your home says about you...

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Thankfully the Nike Air Max 97s popped up on our feed just as we were ready to move on from the still great but pretty ubiquitous Vans ‘Old Skool’ monochrome sneakers. Sleek, futuristic, and inspired by Japanese bullet trains, the sneaker style made a massive comeback in 2017 20 years on, in colourways ranging from classic black and white, to metallics, pastels and triple tones. Grime artist Skepta even dropped his own in collaboration with Nike and women have really lead the charge by styling theirs in fresh and unexpected ways we’re dying to recreate.  


Model Paloma Elsesser teamed hers with trackies, WAH Nails creator Sharmadean Reid wore them with a bohemian-ish midi dress, while The Working Women’s Club founder Phoebe Lovatt paired hers with white jeans. Never mind the countless hypebaes, sneakerheads and streetstyle stars who have proved how great they look laced up with printed trousers, mini dresses and more. Proof, if you needed more, that ’90s style brought bang up to date is still going strong and these are the ultra-cool alternative to any other shoe: even on a night out. What’s even better is that these styles are still kind of semi-exclusive so not everyone is wearing them. 

Shop your favourite colour in our Nike Air Max 97 sneaker edit below.  

Image credit: Pinterest, Instagram and Google.

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What a cute outfit choice from @melaniiemurphy on Instagram! This is just an example of the Irish YouTuber’s lovely sense of style! This dress conveys a youthful and bohemian look, which is just so sweet! #melaniemurphy #youtuberstyle #fashioninspo #cute

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Lina Psaila
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After the AW17 Prada show in Paris, it was very clear that the mood for fall would call for the corduroy, the ultimate vintage 70s Americana fabric! Isabel Marant also offered a touch of corduroy trousers with a 1980's twist. The tomboyish appeal of the texture was picked up by Alexa Chung who incorporated it into her Alexachung collection, while Lemaire showed a rusty cord trouser suit. Gucci that holds the helm historically over the corduroy trend threw out pink flares, floral suits, and signature flippers.


The past few seasons we've noticed that there has been a huge resurgence of trends of the past, so it came as no surprise when corduroy made its way back to the catwalks, streetstyle and ultimately our wardrobe. This fabric was extremely popular in the 70's especially by Jane Birkin and her bohemian - laissez faire interpretation of the menswear staple. In the 70's resurgence of the late 90s corduroy was back in stock for both men and women. Nowadays we're seeing it not only in the form of trousers but also as a pinafore dress, and in many shades of pink, to burgundy, green, aquatic or in floral patterns. 

Check out our selection of corduroy items in our edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Pinterest, Popsugar.


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Lina Psaila
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Natacha Ramsay- Levi made her much anticipated Chloe debut bringing a fresh and edgy to the Parisian fashion House. She is the first French woman to navigate the brand. Karl Lagerfeld and a few British designers for example Stella McCartney and Clare Waight - Keller, now at Givenchy, helmed the carefree brand. It's been associated with a fun loving pretty girl who loves fashion and being comfortable at the same time. 


Chloe's founder Gaby Aghion, ensured to infuse these values since the inception of Chloe back in 1952. With that ethos as a starting poing 37-year-old Natacha Ramsay- Levi created a collection that explored the past and heritage and found innovative ways with which she could leave her permanent statement to the brand - and ultimately making it relevant for 2017. 

For example she took the quintessentially bohemian brand and embellished it with a few rock and edgy details inspired by her mentor Nicholas Ghesquiere. She also transformed the sequin extravaganza that defined this fashion week by recreating a modern Joan d'Arc. Delicate chiffon dresses, scattered ruffles while Victorian blouses were given a much needed fierceness paired with studded mini skirts, leather, lace, and experimentations with tailoring. 

Can't wait for the new Chloe SS18? 

Get your Parisian Fashion House fix by choosing one from the items below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram, Telegraph

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Lina Psaila
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Natacha Ramsay- Levi made her much anticipated Chloe debut bringing a fresh and edgy to the Parisian fashion House. She is the first French woman to navigate the brand. Karl Lagerfeld and a few British designers for example Stella McCartney and Clare Waight - Keller, now at Givenchy, helmed the carefree brand. It's been associated with a fun loving pretty girl who loves fashion and being comfortable at the same time. 


Chloe's founder Gaby Aghion, ensured to infuse these values since the inception of Chloe back in 1952. With that ethos as a starting poing 37-year-old Natacha Ramsay- Levi created a collection that explored the past and heritage and found innovative ways with which she could leave her permanent statement to the brand - and ultimately making it relevant for 2017. 

For example she took the quintessentially bohemian brand and embellished it with a few rock and edgy details inspired by her mentor Nicholas Ghesquiere. She also transformed the sequin extravaganza that defined this fashion week by recreating a modern Joan d'Arc. Delicate chiffon dresses, scattered ruffles while Victorian blouses were given a much needed fierceness paired with studded mini skirts, leather, lace, and experimentations with tailoring. 

Can't wait for the new Chloe SS18? Get your Parisian Fashion House fix by choosing one from the items below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram, Telegraph

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