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The reality is you don't need a whole lot to make a jumpsuit work and that’s the beauty of rocking one. Want to know ow to wear a jumpsuit this summer? We’ve put together a few simple tips on how to style yours. After all, less is more… 


For daytime, opt for a cool boxy or slouchy style and put it on with a pair of sneakers, a drawstring bag and a cool denim jacket. 

For work, go for a pussy bow blouse or a slogan tee under your jumpsuit. Add a blazer for an office-appropriate look, or a kimono for a more casual approach. For after dark, wear a check number over a black tee, just like Fashion Director Lisa Aiken, or pair a black jumpsuit with strappy heels for a fail-safe look. 

Remember, there are numerous ways to style one jumpsuit so you can wear it from the office to the club. 

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Andrew Garfield will always be number one on my crushes list. I mean just look at him, you could pick him up and put it as a doll on any wedding cake.  But beyond his hotness, I really like how he looks so put together on any red carpet he attends, especially in this elegant navy suit with the bow-tie! I just love men's who wear bow-ties.  photo credit: @britishvogue on twitter  #tonyawards #fashion #look #suit

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Lina Psaila
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Sun exposure, salty water, chlorine and frequent washes can make hair dull and brittle so summer can be a tough season for your tresses. We looked to our panel of beauty experts for a few tips on how to protect your hair during the warmer months. 


Fancy having stunning holiday hair all summer long?... 

Trim on the regular 

Having your hair cut on a regular basis means preventing split ends before they can move up your strands. Book your hair appointment as a preventative measure even if your hair is already in a good condition. Every four to six months should do the trick.

Moisture locked 

The sun can have a drying effect on your hair so it's essential to begin a regular regime of deep moisturizing. Apply serum on a weekly or fortnightly basis that will restore the moisture levels. For extra protection apply a hydrating mask for fine or dyed hair. 

Wear a hat

Invest in cool fedora hats that will protect your hair and scalp as well as your face from the sun's harmful rays. This season we absolutely love a wide-brimmed hat with a cute bow or boho embroidery. 

UV spray 

Opt for a generous spritz of UV heat protector before you head out the door in summer. This seems like a small measure to take but it’ll make a ton of difference to your hair and scalp on sunny days. 

Now go ahead and enjoy the summer sun with reckless abandon. Shop our favourite haircare products from the  edit below... 

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Marianna Nagy
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Would you wear these cuties? The bow makes them prettier. I really love these slippers. Do you? Photo credit @fashion__boom on #instagram #ootd #fashion #slippers #bow

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Cannes Film Festival was filled with gorgeous outfits, including this sleek pink bow dress! #dresses #cannes #eveninggowns Credit: fashion_week Instagram

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How cute these slippers? I really love this stylish and pretty pink bow on it. Would you wear it? Photo credit @fashion__boom on #instagram #ootd #pink #slippers #bow

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Felicity Jones first appeared on our screens aged 12 before skyrocketing to fame as a badass heroine in Star Wars. Earning a nod at the Oscars for her role as Jane Hawking opposite Eddie Redmayne in The Theory of Everything, in 2016 she bagged a BAFTA Britannia Award for British Artist of the Year. 


 When it comes to style, Felicity’s choices are a fine mix of traditional and modern with a hint of romanticism. Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Christian Dior are among her go-to designers for the red carpet. At the 2015 Oscars, she appeared in a chic grey Alexander McQueen showstopper.

 For off-duty Felicity goes for classic pieces with clean lines in neutral colours. When she decides to go for colour she opts for hues that compliment her porcelain skin such as navy, burgundy, grey and mustard yellow. 

To emulate her red carpet style go for a flowing Grecian-style dress paired with sandals, a clutch and dainty pearl earrings. For a daytime look, kick back in a pair of fitted jeans with a Victorian pussy-bow blouse, blazer and pumps. 

Want to steal Felicity Jones' looks? Discover and shop the key pieces from our edit below... 

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How do you like these cute, girly skirts with some satin details? The satin bow makes these prettier. 🤩 Photo credit @beautifulfashioon on #instagram #ootd #skirt #lace #tulle #

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Loving the collection of pink flowers on this dress, and the black bow which really pulls the look together. What do you think? #pink #flower Credit: Elle UK

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There's just something about the elegance, not to mention the comfort factor of a leather moccasin or a well-turned-out loafer. The ‘70s resurgence, with its voluminous silhouettes, floral prints and maximalism calls for a solid shoe to tie a look together and we’ve found our match. Now, with bold spring colours like blush pink and forest green dominating the streets, new silhouettes are appearing too, including heeled versions with embellishments like buckles, feathers and patterns. 


How to wear moccasins?

Dress them down with a pair of tight fitted jeans, a white crisp shirt and a check blazer for an understated yet smart day look. Add a cute trench and an oversized bag for effortless cool. 

Kick back in a woven pair and team with a floor-skimming spring-ready dress. Add oversized jewellery for interest and finish the look off with a ‘70s saddle bag. 

Update your business wardrobe by sporting your fave moccasins with a pair of sleek trousers, a blazer and a pussy bow blouse. Briefcase optional. 

Have a look at our gallery for more inspo and buy your favourite styles from our exclusive edit below…

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Any fashionista worth her salt will know the name Emily Blunt but did you know? The actress made her stage debut back in 2001, five years before she appeared on our screens as Miranda Priestly's assistant in The Devil Wears Prada alongside Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway. Emily Blunt's latest endeavour features her in the leading role in unsettling thriller A Quiet Place scripted by hubby and fellow actor John Krasinski. The film is a crossover between your typical bloodthirsty horror and a take on the fears of modern parenthood. 


Emily Blunt's powerful performance gave us chills and has since been added to a long list of standout roles including appearances in Hollywood hits such as the Edge of TomorrowSicario, and Young Victoria. It seemed like all anyone could talk about was Paula Hawking's psychological thriller Girl on the Train in which Emily played Rachel Watson, and now the name of everyone’s lips is Mary Poppins – tipped to be the most exciting reboot of 2018. 

As an actress that made a name starring in one of the most popular fashion flicks of all time, it comes as no surprise that we’re fascinated by her unique fashion sense. She's one to make a statement on the red carpet, by employing her sartorial savviness and opting to work with a wide range of designers. From choosing international names like Prada, Dior, Michael Kors and Elie Saab to rocking statement garments by British designers like Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney, and the late Alexander McQueen. 

To emulate her evening look, opt for a long figure-hugging frock in a bold hue like crimson red or a metallic shade for full-on vintage flair. Complete your look with a pair of strappy heels, a sparkly clutch and a statement ring. 

For daywear, adopt Emily's practical approach by pairing your black trousers with a simple pussy bow blouse and throwing on a tailored blazer. Add a pair of neutral pumps and statement jewellery to infuse your look with a touch of character. 

 Ready to try Emily Blunt's look? Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop her favourite looks from our expert edit below…

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Lina Psaila
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Remember your mother forcing you to put on those denim overalls because you can get in the dirt and mud without ruining your "nice" clothes, and you looked so adorable in them? Well,you can still rock those denim onesies with confidence and maybe even prestige. The overalls have resurged from the 80's and have made a prominent comeback in the past few seasons. Because they're comfy because they elude to the fact that your look just happened with no effort and that's always a welcome bonus!


Here are the best ways to sport overalls in 2018. 

OVERALLS OVER TEES 

Overalls are meant to be worn over t-shirts, slogan ones if you want to be spot on for AW17. But also you can try wearing them over pussy bow blouses while adding a pair of reading glasses (if you need them not fake ones) loafers, a beret and a cross-body messenger bag for a very convincing librarian, smart and sexy look. 

THE SHORTY LOOK 

Even though summer is now a distant memory, you can rock a short version of overalls and don them over heels and fishnet stockings. The stockings will keep you somewhat warm and also they add a rocker-chic edge to your outfit. Don them over a t-shirt or wear a luxe knit over your outfit for a very 80's take on the trend. Hello Flashdance. 

OVERALL DRESS

Who said the idea of overalls had to be constricted to trousers, or shorts, or super sexy short shorts? You can just as easily wear an overall dress. Wear your overall dress over a stipped light jumper in a rainbow striped pattern and feel the optimism in your veins. You simply can't go wrong with a rainbow pattern and they look amazing when mixed with denim. Finish the look off with a pair of ankle boots and for an extra serving of roughness trade them in for combat boots. 

Are you ready to don overalls this winter? Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favorite styles from our exclusive edit below!

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