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These ultra stylish oversized coats that make us want to wear one each winter. They are chic without effort, relaxed but at the same time elegant and is an easy way to give a modern touch to a classic garment. Credits: Pinterest

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Scottish coats have crazy twists on us, and we'll have one in our closet this season. We saw it a lot in street style during the weeks of fashion, and here I leave my favourites! Credits: Pinterest

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Is it me or is everyone seeing long denim dusters everywhere they go? I loved these long denim jackets. As jean jackets are becoming the staple fashion item for casual wear, these long options seem like a new way to try this trend. Style your long denim jackets with your mini dresses or go full on denim with these! I’m sure you’ll love this new way of wearing denim. #denimjackets #denim #jackets #jean #trend #longjacket #duster #coat #fashion #streetstyle #shopping

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Marianna Nagy
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The spring is finally here! The good weather and the sunny days allow you to wear plimsolls. I really love these shoes, because these are so easy, and very comfortable. You can wear them with jeans, skirts, biker jackets, shirts, trench coats as well. These plimsolls are so feminine, stylish, too. The plimsolls are great choice for your busy day, but you can take them on for a trip, or a sight seeing. If you like long walks, and the comfort is very important for you, wear plimsolls!

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VINYL - what is your opinion about the vinyl clothes? Do you like them? Or don't you wear them? I think you love it, or hate it. Sometimes, I get up and I feel that I want to be a cool woman with a bold look. Then I wear my vinyl skirt with my favourite high heels with my black biker jacket. Now, I would like to recommend you some stylish, feminine coat for spring. These coats make your daily set bolder. Try a new outfit, wear some vinyl clothes on yourself, and enjoy your great style!

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Ice cream chic is a now thing and well before gelato season. Fashion's affinity for the pastel pile-up from the cones to the runway took the form of head-to-toe violet at Victoria Beckham, lemon sorbet at Hermés and pistachio hues at Sies Marjan and it's our Instacrush of the week.


At Helmut Lang, Shayne Oliver took blushing pink and morphed it into its adversary: fetishwear, while Raf Simons at Calvin Klein took baby blue babydolls and turned them into a Rosemary's Baby sinister version. This playfulness aesthetic came about at a year that yearns for aggressive celebration. Winter's metallics, feathers, glitter, rainbows and all round sparkle surrounding a Buz Luhrmann movie set, is the perfect testament to the celebratory moto. 

Feel good fashion also was translated into pencil skirts and sheer layers that we can wiggle and shimmy in. Our staples like our trench coats, faux fur coats slip dresses and boots are receiving the joyful reincarnation of their own. Embellishments, diamonds, broaches, and lavish bandanas that would make any fashion girl sigh. 

Stockholm Fashion Editor and street style extraordinaire Jeanette Madsen is an ice cream hue aficionado. She has the engaging ability to effortlessly combine pastel shades and evading the baby connotations at the same time.  

Discover more ice cream coloured inspiration in our gallery above and shop all your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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Even though we're well into Spring, tweed is still hailing as a grand trend. A few brands have embellished the fabric in lighter hues making it warm-weather appropriate. The rough fabric us especially relevant today April 3rd, as we're celebrating National Tweed Day. 


Tweed is naturally waterproof and woollen perfect for that country house attire. But it's much more than traditional countryside style staples, it has evolved into an item of everyday attire. Blended with long paisley dresses or chunky knits, tweed is your go-to item that combines British heritage and modern flair.

The Harris Tweed coat by Adam Lippes referencing Scotland is having a major moment. He crafted a series of beautiful grey tweed finished with an overlay of lace. 

It was tweed in general that made its way across New York Fashion Week. Alexander Wang utilised a blush pink teddy bear material. Raf Simons at  Calvin Klein focused on oversized dreary old man tweed coats worn over floor-skimming dresses. The Olsen twins referenced a school-girl look cut in long pleated skirts and matching long jackets. 

Tweed is not meant solely for the Autumn/ Winter period. The tweed jacket is the perfect transitional piece for Spring. The season that bridges the gap between two temperatures presents some sartorial challenges especially when it comes to outerwear. Pair your tweed jacket with equally adept to traditional weather clothing such as a leather skirt, leather boots, or a cardigan knit. Wear your tweed coat with a long flowy dress and a pair of boots. The breathable material allows you to stay as warm or breezy as you like according to the weather's tantrums. 

Finally, sport your tweed trousers with a cropped top and a leather jacket to keep the warm/ chilly equilibrium to the desired status. Are you ready to incorporate tweed into your everyday attire?

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

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These ten types of jackets and coats are classics that will never stop being fashionable, and I recommend you to invest in them to create the best outfits. Credits: Pinterest

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Transitional weather periods require transitional wardrobe. And one of the transitional weather absolute favourite staples is the trench coat. From royal, Kate Middleton to reality star Kim Kardashian West and blogger/ journalist Pandora Sykes (you are seeing the expansion of the fashion spectrum here, right?) are opting for multiple variations of the trench coat. Whether you choose the Bottega Veneta one that Lauren Bacall wore in the SS18 show or the uber trendy winter floral print at Michael Kors, this piece is bound to add more than a few points of elegance to your look. 


There's great variety in form but most importantly in the fabric. High gloss details or full on shiny leather trenches. Tightly cinched or left in a looser silhouette. One of the most spot on colours for trench coats this season is khaki, but get ready for some impressive numbers in red, off-white, camel and baby blue. 

Check our exclusive edit of the trench coats you need to own this season!

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Nanushka was born in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, more than a decade ago, but is finally getting under the spotlight. If you spend your days cruising on Instagram, you definitely saw the brand's design: maybe a dress, a coat... fashionistas love it! From Song of Style to NYC Bambi, without forgetting the French it-girl Caroline de Maigret, they all wear Nanushka.  

It's hard not to fall for its amazing outerwear, their famous lilac wrap dress. 

We had the chance to meet Sandra Sandor, the designer behind the brand, during Paris Fashion Week, for an exclusive interview, to chat about the story of the brand and what we should expect in the future. 

Shopcade: What brought you to fashion ? 

Sandra: Actually, it was a given way for me because my mother was a children's wear designer in the 70s prior to the fall of the Iron Curtain. Dressing was always a very important self-expression form for me. I wasn't sure that I wanted to become a designer until the age of 17. Then, I thought that I really want to try to study fashion design and it was very interesting because you know, in Hungary, there is no history in fashion and there aren't many fashion schools. I really wanted to study fashion somewhere where it was very relevant. 

After studying in the London College of Fashion, I went back to Budapest were Nanushka began, back in 2006. 

How do you define Nanushka's style? 

S: We usually think of ourselves as a bridge between intuitive and functional design. The clothes that we will keep loving and will become our wardrobe staples are those in which we really feel comfortable in as well. So, we try to execute this also in the design from the choice of fabric. We try to make everything washable. Nothing gets very wrinkly. It's comfortable wear for every season and good for both seasons. Of course, we do have fur coats for winter, but it has a soft feel.  

I don't think trends are ad-hoc things they reflect our surroundings and the people around us. Nanushka, from a design perspective is trying to be relevant for the era we live in. 

Where do you draw inspiration from?  

S: My main source of inspiration as a designer it to try to create harmony, while mixing very distant cultural references, like Western with Oriental or Far Eastern. Actually, these two have been permeating through our collections. Sometimes even for three seasons, we kind of have a theme that carries over and we maybe add an extra inspiration. As a designer, I don't want to jump in too quickly. 

The next season is already coming, but I like to keep the inspiration flowing for longer. Mixing the Wild Western boots with Far Eastern culture has been going since Resort 18, carried over to our SS18. For Pre-Fall 18/19, we added 90s Berlin colors and silhouettes, as well as vegan leathers. 

Also, as a general inspiration, the traveling state of mind really inspires me. When you travel, you're very receptive, very open and almost like a child state of mind, and comfort becomes essential. 

How do you want women to feel when they wear your clothes?  

S: I really want them to feel confident, easy, effortless. 

Called the label to watch by fashionistas, how do you feel about social media ?  

S: Social media really helped us grow. We kind of think of ourselves as a lifestyle brand. We try to make our social media platform a moodboard of our brand and also a source of inspiration. Influencers is our secret in a way. We never pay for partnerships, but we work with influencers who represent our brand values. I think it's important for a brand to give to the right people, no with the biggest followers, because their followers are similar to ours. 

What's your favorite piece from the current collection ? 

S: From the SS18, our tiger-inspired print made with watercolor painting, and digitally printed on fabric fabric is my favorite. We made a pair of long pants from it called Nevada pants, inspired by pyjama pants from Coco Chanel in the 30s or 40s. She was the first woman to wear pyjama pants as a daily wear I think. 

What should we expect for the future collections ?  

S: The values and clashing cultures as a source of inspiration will definitely remain, I think it's important to highlight where I come from. Hungary has always been an intersection of East and West. The German Empire had a big effect on us, as well as Turkish culture and the Parisian Belle Epoque. 

At the turn of the century, travel was open for everyone. Hungarians and artists came to Paris to get some inspiration and change their values etc. So, when you come to Budapest, you'll find a Turkish bath on one side of the street, next to Brutalist buildings on the other side. So it's a mix of cultures. 

But going back to how I imagine my future collections, I think we're going to develop, while our core brand values and sources of inspiration remain. And spice it up with the season's trends. A good balance. 

If you had to pick only one piece you created, which one would it be? 

S: Hard question! But I love outerwear and our brand is really known for that. So I would probably pick a coat, specifically a robe coat. 

What are your do's and don'ts when it comes to fashion ?  

S: I don't really believe in do's and don'ts. I think you can get away with anything if you put it in the right context. 

What is the must-have of every outfit?  

S: The right pair of shoes, they define the whole outfit in the end. But I could also say that a good pair of jeans is a must. 

Shop our edit of Nanushka's gorgeous designs below...

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I don't know where the spring is, but I can't wait to wear my lovely, stylish trench coat! It's simply a feminine piece that can't be missed from your wardrobe. Do you like wearing it? It's great choice for a date, or a meeting, or a sightseeing, too. It's not just a comfortable outfit, this is more than it! These trench coats are very elegant, stylish wear. You can wear it with high heels, and sneakers as well.

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This week we celebrate the style of Meghan Markle. In honour of her engagement, the bride-to-be appeared in Kensington Palace arm-in-arm with Prince Harry to pose for their official photos. And as always people were interested in her fashion choices more than the event. This time, she opted for a white wrap coat from the Canadian brand, Line the Label, an emerald P.A.R.O.S.H. dress and a pair of nude heels from Aquazzura. Just a few moments later the label's site crashed due to high demand for the specific coat. 


There have been many celebrities that adopted the white coat craze this year, including Reese Witherspoon, Dunai Gurita and Heidi Klum. Even from her first public appearance with Prince Harry at the Invictus Games in Toronto, we fell in love with the actress's style. The Suits actress has been praised for her elegance and grace, as well as her kindness and beauty and is credited for her philanthropic endeavours. Similarities have been drawn between Markle and Diana the "People's Princess" and their compassionate natures. 

The speculated princess-to-be has stated that she prefers wearing classic pieces and doesn't into trends. One of Meghan's fellow Suitcase cast members quoted  "She's got a warm elegance, though her style is hard to pin down. it's classy and timeless. "With a palette of monochrome and tonal looks, Markle is known for her red carpet polished perfection. She supports British designers like Burberry and isn't afraid to embrace some British high-street like M&S. We've selected some of Meghan best style moments that you can find in our gallery. 

From her recent appearances to her off-duty casual style, Meghan is undoubtedly a style icon and royal in the making. Shop white coats from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Vogue, Vanity Fair.


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