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An easy way to use your denim mini during the fall is to put it on some black stockings. Combine the combination with booties and an oversize jacket. Credits: Pinterest

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No wonder that booties like these have a large number of followers. Choose a neutral tone that combines with everything, also serve you all year! Credits: Pinterest

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Stripes are always a good idea. They're chic, easy and complement most shapes. This year we' ve seen it all. From bold color-blocked editions, to classic Breton styles, thick bands and rainbow tones. Clashing stripes also got some buzz while oversized striped silhouettes were major winners on the runway. 


We’ve rounded up our favourite ways to wear stripes this summer, so you can try them all for yourself... 

Classic 

Tuck your basic black and white shirt inside a pair of cool denim shorts and style them with mules to elongate your legs. Then just add an XXL bag, sunnies and a straw hat. 

Ruffles 

Opt for a ruffled striped shirt and pair it with fitted pants, booties and a chic clutch for an easy day-to-night look. 

Skirt 

Go for a long striped skirt, and style it with a silk blouse neutral heels and sunnies for an elegant twist. 

Jumpsuit 

Combine two trends in one by sporting a striped jumpsuit. Pair it with pointed kitten heels, a round-handle bag and a bold fedora hat, if you want to channel your inner Amal Clooney. 

Ready to rock your stripes? Head to our gallery for more ways to style them and shop our Editors' picks from the exclusive edit below. 

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Sandals with socks, studs with socks, booties with socks, choose your favourite combination! Unlike white tube socks, socks with transparencies are a bold style option, and one that gives a fairy tale to any look easily. Credits: Pinterest

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The truth is that I have been in love with boots, first the booties and then The knee boots. They are exquisite, here I leave my ten favourites. Credits: Pinterest

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Yes, we're already reaching the mid of May meaning more sunlight, more time for exposed legs and a time for a slight change in wardrobe. These changes include footwear, and though we should be in sandals season, this time it's all about ankle boots and their many variations: Flat, heeled, leather and suede, print or plain. 


Flat boots

The flat ankle boot is probably the easiest way to be comfy chic. If you don't believe me just ask a few flat ankle aficionados like Alexa Chung and Sienna Miller. Follow in their footsteps and team them with midi skirts, long floral trousers or leggings. 

Heeled boots

Part of your essentials are definitely a pair of impressive, leather heeled ankle boots. They are offered in a great variety of punky buckle boots, suede Western styles, vintage lace up booties, riding styles in metallics bright bold colours like red and purple but also look out for plain black, grey, brown or white. 

Check our exclusive edit of ankle boots that you need to try this season...

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It's back. The festival that created its own unique dress code is returning this weekend and if you're one of the lucky show goers we have a few tips for you. Packing for Coachella doesn't have to be a daunting task. You don't need to acquire a Native American headdress to impress. In fact, avoiding fancy dress and going for a chicer approach will make more of a statement. So assuming, you’ve already sorted out your luggage, we’ll help you with the packing. 


Do's and don'ts when packing for Coachella…

Don't bring a one-piece 

Jumpsuits and bodysuits look cute but they’re a no-no at a festival, as you'll be stuck in long toilet cues and you'll have to change in and out of your one-piece. Instead, go for the simpler version with a bralette, cut-off jean shorts and western-style booties. 

Do light layering 

Considering you'll be faced with the adverse weather of the desert, see-sawing between high and low degrees it's best to resort to layering. Wear your swimsuit top, with a flowing skirt or denim shorts, your booties and a kimono or denim jacket for after dark. 

Do practical bags 

Backpacks and cross-body bags are your safest bet come festival season. You can store larger items with ease: say your water bottle, SPF, phone and deodorant while leaving your arms and hands free to fist pump and dance the night away. 

Don't do sandals 

We know the model pack often strolls the California polo fields in sandals which looks adorable during the day but not so practical during the gigs. Instead, go for cute white sneakers or ankle boots that will elevate your outfit and keep your toes safe at the same time. 

Do glitter make up 

Add some extra sparkle by adopting the festival look without going full unicorn. Some stick-on gems, glitter eyeshadow and shimmering lip balm will leave you looking fresh and ready to party. Avoid heavy eyeliners and dark eyeshadow as they tend to smudge in the heat. 

Editor's Pick: Add a dab of self-tan before you hit the festival for an extra glow. Just remember to wash your hands immediately after applying it and stay away from stain-prone clothing like your whites and crochet bikini tops. 

Now you're done and ready to party the weekend away! See you in the fields…

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop all the festival essentials from our edit now…

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Pastel power suits are the latest IT-trend to emerge from the streets. This unpredictable Miami Vice-inspired craze started during Fashion Month and quickly spread into our everyday wardrobes. 


Pale greens, tender blues, dainty violets and sweet lemon are contesting traditional black and grey suits. Pastel hues, are taking over this spring both on the high street – think Mango and Zara but also the high end, with some incredible offerings from Tibi and Vetements. 

How to wear a pastel suit? 

Ice-cream chic tones can be paired with monochrome or clashed with other pastel shades in an array of styles; pinstripes, corduroy or knits, just take your pick. 

A pastel suit also looks striking when styled with white accessories. Add a pair of white booties, an oversized white tote or a white jacket and elevate your mint power suit. Or why not go bolder and pair a lemon overcoat with a lilac suit and white sneakers. 

Take Janette Madsen's Scandi-chic approach and mix tailored pastel pieces – imagine a lemon-yellow pants with a blush-pink sweater and blazer, pastel perfection. 

Editor’s Tip: Don't be afraid to mix your pastel-hued wardrobe with shimmering metallics for a stand-out evening look. 

Are you ready to rock the pastel power suit this season? Head to our gallery for inspiration and shop your favourite looks from our edit below…

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The street style has left us several inescapable commands. And, one of them, is at least surprising: The street seems to have gone crazy because of the white shoes. High boots, booties, or slippers.Credits: Pinterest

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After the long prominence of mom jeans and dad sneakers, it's time for dad jeans to take over as the new trend of questionable aesthetic (see: "ugly" trainers). Think of those light blue roomy jeans that your dad couldn't get enough of in the nineties. Now, this specific style is translated for womenswear and adopted by hard-core fans ranging from Victoria Beckham to Kendall Jenner and Rita Ora. Despite its unflattering silhouette dad jeans can be styled in a way that compliments the figure by balancing volume and belting. 


Dad Jeans are quite versatile as you can wear them with almost anything that's already hanging in your closet. Try a slim fit top tucked in with an oversized teddy bear coat or a vinyl trench. Finish your look with a pair of crimson red booties and a clutch. 

Opt for Victoria Beckham's approach by juxtaposing the slouchy shape of the jeans with a fitted and sleek rollneck, a leather messenger bag and black leather mules. Put your hair up in a messy bun and don't forget your oversized sunnies for an XXL approach to smart daywear. Go for a dad head-to-toe look like Kendall Jenner. 

Pair your distressed jeans with "ugly" dad trainers, an oversized sweatshirt, a dad grey check coat and matching scarf and a pair of tiny 90s sunglasses. The end result may raise a few eyebrows in terms of elegance but you have to give it points for comfort. 

So what do you think? Yes or no to dad jeans? Still undecided? 

Head to our gallery for more "dad" inspo and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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Polka dots are an investment print, a piece that you’ll be wearing for years to come. The pattern appeared in many shows last season including Jacquemus, Louis Vuitton and Givenchy in Paris. The designs ranged from ruffle tops to silk dresses and A-line skirts. The polka dot trend is still going strong as the focal point of the SS18 catwalks at Balenciaga, Self-Portrait, Mary Katrantzou, Dior and Giorgio Armani. 


As far as styling goes, designers are offering us plenty of styling inspiration whether it's Demna Gvasalia's chiffon dresses paired with sock booties at Balenciaga or Dior's monochrome sheer skirts with playful blouses. The difference this season is a contemporary twist as the trend got some serious graphics with pattern blocking, neon colouring and endless ruffles of chiffon. 

Street style favourites like Camille Charrière and newcomers like Lucia Grace at Milan Fashion Week, are providing us with their interpretation of the trend. Worn blended with other patterns with chunky, bold coloured knits, or matching head-to-toe, go to our gallery and discover more ways on how to sport polka dots this season. 

FOUR WAYS  TO WEAR 

EveningWear 

Follow Rodarte’s lead for Spring 2018 and pair your dainty polka dots on fluffy tulle gowns for the ultimate evening wear. 

Office Chic 

Take cues from Carolina Herrera for 2018 and try dotty pencil skirts and matching tops with a pixelated edge to nail the business look. 

Going- out look 

Infuse some Jason Wu vibes by going for asymmetric cuts in different spots in monochrome for a smart going-out look. 

Oversize 

Opt for XXL spots with a punk-rock twist courtesy of Junya Watanabe and dial it down with a pair of trainers. 

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

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We're in the midst of Scandi obsession. Last week the Swedes took to the streets of Stockholm celebrating mesmerising Scandi Style at Stockholm Fashion Week. While now it's all about Copenhagen. The city trademarked by the mermaid, fish and for us Ganni, is showcasing the best of International Fashion talent this week and we wanted to dedicate this instalment of I Like Ya Style to one of the best curators of Scandi Style. We're talking about fashion editor and stylist Jeanette Madsen. 


Contrary to the limited view of Scandinavian style - meaning monochrome minimalism, Madsen proves that the secret to maintaining the Scandi aesthetic is about investing in great basics. One of her ways of showcasing her individual style by staying true to her Danish roots is by adding bold shades of colour. For example, Jeanette often plays with unexpected colour combinations such as pinks, reds and blues for a more joyful end result. She avoids anything dreary so grey, navy or black is a no no. 

1. Staying in line with trends she paired a cobalt blue jumper with a seafoam green pleated skirt and draw the outfit in by adding a white T-shirt and white boots. The tonal head-to-toe blue combo was juxtaposed by a poppy orange clutch. 

2. For a soft look Jeanette pairs a blush pink blazer with a lemon yellow pair of suit trousers finished with a gold chain JW Anderson crossbody bag.

3. Keeping in line with trends, Jeanette sported the red and pink combo pairing her pink H&M trousers with an oversized Miu Miu sweater. 

4. When she wants to go after a demure colour palette she still manages to pair colours and adds a playful item. Take her camel teddy bear coat for example, that she styled with a camel coloured blouse dark denim jeans, and ankle booties. 

Head to our gallery for more Scandi style inspiration and shop your favorite pieces from our expert edit below! 

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