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It’s not all doom and gloom. As the colder moths are approaching we can look forward to September fashion weeks and the beginning of the coats season…and say hello to the new season shearling jackets! 


Acne Studios classic leather shearling jacket, model Frederikke Sofie to the AW17 Marc Jacobs show, shearling jackets are here to stay. From denim jackets with fur lined collars, to the full wooly shearling coat, these coats are totally hug-able and will keep you stylishly snug during the Winter. 

We’ve got some awesome styles in our selection by J. W Anderson, Saint Laurent, as well as more affordable versions from Mango and Zalando. Get cosy and enjoy!

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Say hello to Lavish Alice, your new go-to brand for minimalist, structured, quality designs. This SS17 invest in Lavish Alice's best sellers and new-in gems to instantly update and streamline your wardrobe. 


The artistic influences in this collection bring a fresh mood to spring, with a cool nonchalance and easy elegance. They deconstruct basic sartorial pieces, like the painter's shirt, remixing cuffs and collars to elevate them into feminine, statement styles. 

From minimal smocks, to embellished dresses and oriental knotted coats, you're guaranteed to be obsessed with Lavish Alice this season. 

Shop below for our top picks...

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The 411: Men Fashion is a luxury brand that focuses mostly on impeccably tailored shirts, but they have some killer blazers and jeans as well. Men Fashion shirts are everything from sleek and sophisticated to bold and flirty - sometimes all at once! The contrast collars and trim details, like red thread and blue buttons, give these pieces a unique and high-end edge. 


Why You Need Men Fashion: You need to look your best in order to get ladies' attention, which Men Fashion will definitely help you achieve. Get into gear for this cuffing season with some brand-new attire and a brand-new attitude! 

Our Fave Item: Favorites are super hard to pick when it comes to the fabulous Men Fashion, but our top choice is the navy blue Point Marine Maceoo Polo Shirt with its pink polka-dotted collar and pocket.

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The jumpsuit trend has taken the media and us by a storm, and even thought we are surrounded by so many other trends, this style of clothing is not going anywhere! 


From Solange Knowles' weddingworthy look to Taylor Swift's adorable romper version, jumpsuit inspiration is everywhere! 

However, our fave style these days is the culotte jumpsuit and here's how you can style it. 

This sophisticated gaucho pants and top combination is all over the runway and now all over us too! From coffee to cocktails, strap on some stilettos and hit the ground strutting. 

Pair it with the crop top hiding in the back of your closet which is waiting to be tucked into the perfect culotte. While you're at it, throw on a vest and those pointy toe stilettos and you're OH SO READY! 

Add in a shirt instead of a top for the sexy collars which will scream workwear when all it really is comfort clothing! 

Last but not least, our fave way to wear these are with backpacks. Nothing screams chic other than backpacks that up your style and make you look like the fashion police! Team it up with adorabs sneakers and there you are, the rockstar is ready to step out. 

Excited? Well you should be. 

Check our some of our fave caloutte jumpsuits down below for some much needed inspiration.

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Oh Alexa Chung, the girl who has inspired our personal style more than any other celeb since 2006. She had us all in Peter Pan collars, ballet pumps and now more recently ruffled shirts. You'd be lying if you said you'd never walked into a hairdressers and asked for 'Alexa' hair. 


The day is finally here, brace yourselves. Alexa is launching her own fashion brand. The presenter, model and style hero of many is finally releasing her own line. 

BoF reported earlier today that Alexa will launch her own namesake fashion label, she'll be creative director of Alexachung which will drop in May 2017, and Edwin Bodson will take on the role as managing director. 

Chung has collaborated with AG, M&S and Madewell in the past, so she is certainly well versed in what it takes to produce a successful line. Alexa commented that "I just wanted the freedom to sort of make my own world, without someone else's brief to stick to. That was so fun, but there are certain boundaries that come with doing something on behalf of someone else, you kind of have to keep within their design remit". 

Alexa spoke about her new brand stating "We hope to bring you wearable, cool clothing you can live in and love in, whilst exploring the sartorial relationship between masculinity and femininity, something that has been a cornerstone of my personal style since I was old enough to dress myself". 

The first collection shall be sold on her own site, and at retailers like Matches and Selfridges. She has promised that she won't make "something that has got a crazy high price point. I want to make sure its something that is speaking to just everyone on the street". She has nothing to worry about, everyone and their dog will be wearing her line come next May...

We. Cannot. Wait. Shop our Alexa Inspired edit below...

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Statement shirts have been a big trend this season, will ruffles/collars/pleats transforming the ordinary oxford shirt style into something more decadent.


That being said, the classic shirt has been styled in new and interesting ways by a lot of bloggers recently, remember the fashion week trend of wearing it back-to-front? But how can you wear your boyfriend's actual shirt- well we've got you covered, see the edit below and get inspired!! 

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Forget closing your button to the top and show a little chest. Revere collars are where it's at for 2016 and are the perfect casual summer shirt. 


The relaxed collar style gives a classic vintage vibe and are super versatile. Here are some of my top picks for 2016.

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Fashion Scout may be winding down with its three shows (Lantern Sense, Niro Wang and FAD starting at 7pm) but with Day 4 of London Fashion Week kicking off with Antonio Berardi at Brewer Street Car Park, today has definitely been promising so far in terms of seeing what the big names are offering for AW16. 

Surprised by how wearable many of the looks appear so far this LFW, the majority of styles showcased at the on-schedule shows would most certainly suit a party, red carpet event, day out or even an ultra fabulous day a work!

Antonio Berardi's sleeveless and bondage strap outerwear make for an enviable A/W look on a night out or during the day if styled correctly and the dark fairy-esque shoes, accessories and dresses displayed at the Sophia Webster presentation are sure to become celebrity favourites. 

Roksanda's collection had a blatant throwback feel as models sashayed down the runway in frilled collars with dangling ribbons tied in bows while Erdem's catwalk display offered opulence and gothic romance with sweeping calf and floor-length hemlines and plenty of rose embroidery.

Burberry's star studded show at Kensington Gardens - their favourite London haunt - comprised of a live musical performance by Jake Bugg and for the first time ever, the ladies' collection will be available to view after the show at their Regent Street store! Celebs in attendance included Anna Wintour, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Alexa Chung and Olivia Palermo. Watch the show HERE.

Christopher Kane's latest collection embraced oversized knits and outerwear and showing under the roof of the Tate Modern, impressed guests with a tonne of ornate feather and flower embellishments. As for Ashish AW16 which debuted back at Brewer Street Car Park, tassels, sequins and shimmer were to be expected as models sporting giant colour co-ordinating wigs shimmied down the runway.

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Captured by Glen Lunchford, the SS16 Gucci campaign is much more fun than just your average print campaign - it's a throwback fashion extravaganza set in '80s Berlin. 

From bus depots to the U-bahn and rooftop gatherings to public bathrooms, the shoot makes everyday locations dotted around the German capital appear vibrant and whimsical. 

Highlighting the new collection's bold printed co-ords, frilled collars and flared trousers, even sepia tint shades seem all the more compelling after careful scrutiny of Gucci's latest fashion story!

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Collars! Collar bibs, collar tips and embellished collars have been all the rage for the past few seasons, silently creeping their way into collections both high end and high street. For 2016, we're predicting these once amusing fashion accessories will be deemed a wardrobe must-have.

If you need a way to spruce up a high neck (not polo neck, obviously) t-shirt, top or jumper, a detachable collar isn't a bad way to go about it. Given it's ability to dress up and smarten up an outfit, having one or two collar bibs in your accessories drawer allows you to create different looks out of fashion basics!

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Vintage styles are a massive trend for spring/summer 15' and the 70s in particular are making a comeback. 


Yes that means flared pants, big collars and even bigger hair. Check out some of my top picks for the season and get show off that funky side.

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It's the details that make a big statement in menswear and something as small as the type of collar can really make an outfit. "Grandad" collars are a clean and classy way to add a little somethin' somethin' to your look. They look great layered or even with the top button, buttoned and the rest undone. Style points for sure!


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