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Having great style doesn’t necessarily mean you should be decked out head to toe in labels. In fact, women with great style rarely opt for conspicuous logos. Mixing high street and designer is an art and so is knowing when to splurge and when to save. 


Looking amazing doesn’t cost the earth and our Editors are big fans of affordable brands, especially when they roll out a decent designer dupe or two. We asked them for their tips on how to elevate an outfit, the best designer pieces to invest in and how they make their line-ups look that little bit more polished…

Never underestimate the power of accessories

Can’t afford a designer handbag but can justify that silk scarf? Let’s not forget bag charms and clip-on shoulder straps by the likes of Coach, Fendi, Valentino and Prada. Maximalise your tote’s power to shine with a few high-end additions here and there. 

The same goes for your outfit. Tie that silk scarf around your neck, rock a Chanel brooch on your high-street denim jacket and rock expensive jewellery with every look. Jewellery is one of the things worth investing in – you’ll never grow out of it and higher quality pieces will last forever. Plus, most styles are timeless. 

Sunglasses are your best friend when trying to achieve that super-polished look and most frames look pretty high-end whether they’re marked with a logo or not.

Do look for convincing designer dupes

From Mango to Zara and even online exclusive brands like Chi Chi, a ton of affordable labels offer great designer dupes. So, if you can’t splash out on runway-fresh styles, rest assured you’ll be able to find a convincing imitation that suits your budget. 

We love floral maxi dresses for summer days, chunky buckle belts for off duty, guipure lace for all our big events and cool boxy and boho bags; there are so to choose from this season and all at a pretty reasonable price point. 

Buy clothes that fit – tailoring is everything

The most important thing to remember when trying to look chic is that you should be wearing your clothes, they shouldn’t be wearing you. The cut of an outfit makes all the difference so invest in pieces that fit you perfectly and get the ones you really care about tailored. Every woman should have at least one well-fitting jacket, dress and pair of trousers in her line-up.


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Emily Beeson
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The Cannes Film Festival red carpet has, once again, been serving us a cavalcade of show-stopping looks. With so many events, screenings and parties taking place in such a short space of time, we’re always amazed at just how many incredible outfits we spot. 


Of course, every year offers up a look to remember and we always spot one or two memorable pieces from the runway, but this year, our favourite celebs seemed to be opting for the same few trends. We’ve put together a list of our favourites and included a few tips on how to rock these striking looks at your next big event…

Shimmer and shine

From Winnie Harlow in that incredible Jean Louis Sabaji gown to Kristen Stewart in a metallic Chanel mini, the order of this year’s red carpet is anything that sparkles. We spotted Bella Hadid in a shimmering design from Elle Saab and countless other models, actors and socialites kitted out in gold, silver and sequins. Now, this is a statement trend guaranteed to turn heads, so keep your accessories simple and your make-up pared down – except your lipstick, keep that bright for a cool contrast. 

Power suits

Tailoring always goes down well on the red carpet and at Cannes, the rule has no exceptions. Doutzen Kroes donned an achingly-cool Tom Ford suit, while Julianne Moore opted for trousers too in a softer take on power dressing. Cate Blanchett wowed us in a pastel-pink suit by Stella McCartney and we saw statement styles from Chanel in light blue too. Anything works with a suit, so mix it up with barely-there heels and clutches or statement trainers, sunglasses and a lace camisole

Graphic outlines 

From 3D shapes to contemporary twists on corseting, bold graphic shapes and unusual outlined details have been big at Cannes this year. Jennifer Connelly showcased the trend in Louis Vuitton while Star Wars actress Lupita Nyong'o showed us her take on the trend in Dior Haute Couture. Deconstructed silhouettes and futuristic shapes are here to stay but be sure to stick with monochrome or colour-blocked detailing to avoid looking too far out.

Sunshine yellow 

Yellow is having a moment and it’s been everywhere at Cannes. From pale-yellow suits to bright mustard dresses, the colour is reigning supreme for SS18. Our favourite yellow gowns? Lui Wen in Bottega Veneta and Leomie Anderson in Twinset. We’ll be seeing a lot more of the colour this year so find a shade that says something about your personality and team it with plenty of sparkling accessories.

Got a big event coming up? Browse our edit below to try out these trends for yourself…

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Florence Welch recently made headlines all over the world as she sang tracks from her new album High as Hope at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Once again, Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine proved her skill not only in song and stage presence, but with her signature theatrical boho style – something we’ve always loved about her. 


During the Chanel AW2015 show she conquered the red carpet in a blush-pink pantsuit with eclectic accessories and a huge black fedora hat. While at Erdem she appeared in an emerald-green feather coat, complementing a pair of dark-wash jeans. 

A gal truly inspired by the '70s, Florence isn’t afraid of bold print and rocks anything from psychedelic swirls to chintzy florals. Sporting gowns with billowing capes – like that gorgeous custom Gucci column gown she donned for Chime for Change – this singer always wows us with her maximalist style. F

or accessories, Flo seems to love a fringed bag or teeny, tiny clutches. She's a fan of silk scarves, unique headpieces and of course, dangling bohemian earrings. 

Want to emulate Florence Welch’s unique sense of style? Head to our gallery for inspo and shop our Editors' picks from the edit below…. 

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Now that spring has more or less sprung, we’re looking to get in on the biggest trends for SS18. Pieces inspired by nature are always a winning option at this time of year and we’ve spotted stylists and designers interpreting the trend in a big way. From animal prints to floral embroidery, petal tones to runways disguised as enchanted forests – as seen at Chanel – collections influenced by the natural world are everywhere. 


JewelStreet is also celebrating the wild side of fashion with seasonal collections inspired by flora and fauna. JewelStreet is the home of more than 500 independent jewellery brands loved by style insiders and celebs. With indie labels hailing from fashion capitals all over the world, JewelStreet is the perfect place to seek a little new-season inspiration and discover luxe accessories. 

Crafted by talented designers and artisans, JewelStreet’s Flora collection is a mix of delicate golden leaves and glittering statement flowers, as seen at Burberry. 

Cool contemporary ear cuffs in polished gold sit alongside classic diamond necklaces and simple silver studs. JewelStreet’s Fauna collection is a cute homage to the animal kingdom, with butterflies and birds adorning statement necklaces and snakes, lizards and starfish – a la Versace – making sparkling appearances elsewhere. 

With all the animal inspo seen on the runway for SS18, this eclectic collection is right on the money. Browse our Editors’ picks of the best necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings and try the wild jewellery trend for yourself… 

In partnership with JewelStreet.

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Yes, it’s still time for trainers even if Spring is here with its warm temperatures. The Chanel ones are great, aren’t they? #chanel

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Chanel Cruise 🚢 The new Collection is just soooo inspiring! Karl Lagerfeld stands out again as the genius of the century. And I really love this black and white striped look. Must recreate it soon! #chanel

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Emily Beeson
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Pearls have always been a mainstay of chic women. Made famous by Coco Chanel herself, the simple, monochrome touch that a well-placed pearl necklace achieves is timeless.


Pearls are great for playing it safe so until now, they’ve been associated with twin sets and tea dresses than fashion-forward models and bloggers.

Things have changed… pearls are back in business and the bigger the better. We’re seeing pearl accessories everywhere, from the runway to our favourite fashion blogs with minimalist twists and punk accents galore. 

Want to pull off pearls like a cool girl? Take a look at our round-up of the best pearly pieces to invest in for a twist on a fashion classic…. 


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The Chanel Cruise 2018 collection has arrived in Paris, where models have disembarked from an ocean liner to dazzle us with the proposals of the French firm for next season. Credits: Pinterest

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Set sail for the new season named La Pausa by Chanel. The models channelled cruise style outfits for the collection and left us all wanting to get on board. #chanel #Resort2019 Credit: Vogue Paris

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Lina Psaila
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On the first Monday of every May we eagerly await the red-carpet glam squad who’ll assemble at the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The annual costume gala is only a few days away and we're buzzing with anticipation. 


This year the Gala will be co-hosted by Amal Clooney, Donatella Versace and the undisputed queen of red carpet events, Rihanna – we’re still not over the train on the mustard Guo Pei gown she sported in 2015. The theme for the 70th anniversary of fashion's biggest fund-raising event is Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination; a pretty controversial subject in comparison to past themes. 

China: Through the Looking Glass, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, Punk: Chaos to Couture and of course, last year's Rei Kawkubo: Comme des Garçons were among the iconic themes of Galas past. This time, Fashion and the Catholic Imagination will focus on religious depictions showcased across three galleries including the Met Cloisters. 

The exhibition will feature 50 pieces from the Sistine Chapel – including robes, rings, tiaras and other accessories from the 18th to the early 21st century. As for fashion, guests will be treated to a viewing of 150 religiously-inspired ensembles from houses like Balenciaga, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and of course Versace. 

Care to jump on the bandwagon and dress to fit the theme yourself? Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop the best accessory styles from our edit below… 

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Dressing chic in Spring can be quite a conundrum. So investing in key pieces is essential to maintaining a fashionable and functional winter wardrobe. Case in point: The striped sweater. 


Ever since French Capri dressing became a vital way of dressing thanks to Coco Chanel the popularity of the striped Bardot shoulder top rose to the top. It's the perfect piece of clothing that you can strategise your winter wardrobe around because it's elegant and very versatile. 

 Here are three ways you can sport stripes this Spring...

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Spring in the UK doesn’t always equal warmth and sunshine. In fact, rainy days are pretty much a staple of the British springtime, but when has that ever stopped us from looking our best? 


The only problem with unexpected spring showers is having to lug an umbrella around, or worse, go without the brolly and end up ruining that lovely new-season trench. Luckily, the SS18 runway has the solution to the UK’s weather problem.

Blending form with function, beautiful plastic macs, vinyl jackets and see-through raincoats are everywhere meaning you can rock a waterproof layer while still looking chic. Touted by Valentino, Anya Hindmarch and Chanel, a clear plastic mac with cool detailing is the perfect spring layer.

Team your see-through iteration with a bright clashing ensemble underneath, or opt for a simple off-duty look with cut-off jeans, sunnies and your favourite trainers. Alternatively, go for a brighter style to lend your wet-weather look a statement twist.

Rainy days are no reason to compromise on style so browse our edit of the best plastic macs and try this easy spring trend for yourself…


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