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Whether you’re still gearing up for the holidays or you’re already in the fast lane, Hugo Boss will keep you on the right sartorial track come evening. So many invites, late nights and tight deadlines mean time is of the essence so making an instant impact will drive your clothes choices. Dress lovers and tailoring devotees will rejoice at the modern classic styles on offer and the covetable accessories to team them with. 


To set the wheels in motion without any outfit U-turns, you’ll need to decipher the dress-code and choose the optimum pieces to win the race for best dressed. If anything goes, you’re golden and you can use the opportunity to experiment with elevated everyday wear - say a paisley print bomber, slim trousers or twinkly blouse. Go down the cool route for ‘smart casual’ by topping statement separates with a leather jacket; and think of decorative dresses and sharp suiting as speedy formal and black tie attire. 

The devil’s in the details and the final touches to push your look into entrance-making territory are standout accessories. A tonal rose gold watch will keep you on time and on-trend, while clean, patterned velvet bags add opulence to any occasion. A pocket square and sleek cuff-links will make all the difference with a suit, and rather than a necklace, drape a fringed scarf round your neck. You won’t want to take the minimal shoes- high or flat- off as they really shine and boast eye-catching details. 

See key pieces in action above and shop your favourites from our expert edits below. 

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Its the summer sales! We'll be updating you each week on the best deals around over the summer as well as how to wear them. 


We've included some key trends for Spring/Summer 2017 like tassle and cuff earrings, gingham print shoes, mules & oval sunglasses- Brighten up your wardrobe with a coral dress and basket bag or for the really fashion forward girl, wear an Asymmetric off-the-shoulder Self Portrait top and your favourite pair of white denim pants! 

Each piece will individually update your wardrobe or wear them together for a full outfit- The best thing about these pieces is they are all on sale! 

Find more amazing deals and visit Macy's and MATCHESFASHION.COM sales. 

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Emma Willis wearing Latelita London stingray cuff last night @theVoiceUK finals 😍😍😍 #latelitalondon #emmawillisofficial #stingray #black #cuff #thevoiceuk #wolfandbadger

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We absolutely love festive season for one main reason—all the pretty shoes and jewellery we get to add to our wardrobes. 


But we know that Diwali shopping can get a little heavy on the wallet, so we've curated a list of our favourite ethnic shoes (snazzy wedges, cute Kolhapuris, and adorable mojris) and jewellery (pretty jhumkis and danglers, sparkly necklaces, and beautiful maang tikkas)—all costing under 2500!

And to help inspire your Diwali outfits, here is some blogger inspo. Scroll through our gallery above to see our favourite Indian fashion bloggers' jewellery and shoe picks for this festive season.  

From what we can see, there are 3 things that the bloggers are absolutely lovin' this season: jhumkis, maang tikkas, and mojris!


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Since festive season is right around the corner with Dussehra, Diwali, and Bhai Dooj coming up, we're all gearing up to pull our ethnic outfits from our closet. 


But why stick to the same old lehengas and salwar suits when you can put a cool sartorial twist on your outfit and stand out of the crowd? 

So take some inspiration from our fave bloggers, and spice up your ethnic-wear a little! 

Use a long kurta as a dress 
Grab your favourite long kurta, and use it as a dress with a belt around the waist, and a sleeveless jacket to finish the look. 

Use a maxi skirt as a lehengas 
By using a skirt instead of an actual lehenga, your outfit gets a fun Western touch to it! 

Use a patiala salwar as pants 
Simply pair with a crop top for a fun Indo-western outfit. 

Make a cape top out of a lehengas 
Have a heavy lehenga lying around that you find too boring to wear? Get a little creative, and ask a tailor to use the lower part of the lehenga to design a flared cape top. Pair with a different, more modern lehenga in a contrasting shade. 

Pair a plain salwar with an embroidered top 
This combo sits in the perfect boho-cum-ethnic sweet spot!


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The 411: Worn by the likes of Kendall Jenner, Rita Ora, and Alicia Keys, Alexandra Koumba's gold and silver jewelry pieces have quickly gained traction among members of the glitterati. 

Why You Need Alexandra Koumba: Alexandra's jewelry features a heavily vintage aesthetic married with human and animal form motifs. Need something beautiful AND unique? Choose Alexandra Koumba. 

Our Fave Item: Without a doubt, the gold Avalon Large Cuff lace crochet! Easily worn alone or with other Avalon jewelry from the Alexandra Koumba line, this breathtaking statement piece can be considered the new armour. 

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Cuffing Season officially begins in September, but what is it and why has it become such a legitimised thing? Let's discuss the basics-  Cuffing season is when people, during the autumn and winter months, want to stay in rather than go out. The cold makes us antisocial, and after the party months of summer, we all just want to be lazy. 

Thing is, if you don't want to leave the house and go out with your friends, then how are you meant to meet new people? How are you meant to have sex? Apparently Cuffing Season answers this dilemma. 

Cuffing Season is the phenomenon of cuffing yourself to another person for the colder seasons of the year, and then when spring and summer comeback around you break off to enjoy the warmer months single. Intercourse and intimacy are the two goals of Cuffing Season. 

Urban dictionary defines it as "During the fall and winter months people who would normally rather be single or promiscuous find themselves, along with the rest of the world, desiring to be 'cuffed' or tied down by a serious relationship. The cold weather and prolonged indoor activity causes singles to become lonely and desperate to be cuffed". Basically, it's for when you want to stay in side and watch Netflix but want someone to partake in the "chill" part, but on a more secure basis then hookups. 

Apparently science even supports this phenomenon! Dr Wendy Walsh has stated that "we're walking around in DNA that's hundreds of thousands of years old. In our anthropological past, there was less food and resources available, and hunter-gatheres' survival happened better if you were in a pack, if you were coupled up". Ok, so evolution may suggest that it's smart, but in modern life does it really have a place? We can't all have our cake and eat it. Single summers and coupled up Christmases are ideal, but not very nice...

No one wants to go to a family parties and get asked "why are you still single?" or be the only one without a S.O. for Valentines day. But if you're happy single and want your summer fun, then it doesn't seem very fair on your Cuffing Season partner to be dragged into all that. Cuffing Season is fine, if it's mutually agreed, but most of the time the other person doesn't realised they've been cuffed. 

Someone usually gets attached, and according to Dr Walsh it's the woman- because, evolution. "women have a fertility window that men, frankly, don't -- you will see that women become more invested in their relationships". Ok, so Dr Walsh sounds a bit like she's stuck in the 1950s. But let's just let that slide. 

Maybe Cuffing Season isn't as conscious as the viral "Cuffing Season Applications", maybe it's a natural occurrence that happens because cuddles are nice when it's cold. 

So Cuffing Season sounds pretty animalistic so far, and not very romantic. But what if is actually beneficial to romance? With the hookup culture we're living in, Cuffing Season brings back serious dating, even if it's just temporary. Plus, people fall in love, so your winter beau could become more than that. 

A good cuff (or catch) isn't going to magically appear just because Starbucks have brought back pumpkin spiced lattes. You don't want someone who's just cuddly, because you'll probably have to converse during those six months. Ideally it's someone you already know, and you both mutually want to get cuffed. 

Cuffing is a bit of a silly concept, because surely if you find the perfect Cuffing Season partner then they are in actual fact the love of your life. Not just the love of your, currently rather chilly, life. 

Be prepared. WINTER IS COMING. 

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Take inspiration from the couture catwalks and make a statement with your jewellery next season with a new set of armour. With sculptural jewellery making its way onto the runways, the new armour deviates from the usual chain mail necklaces and body harnesses, evolving to comprise of bold bejewelled torque necklaces, elegant chain linked bracelets and more.

Look to our edit below for inspo on how to do tough tottie jewellery!

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We love our fash bloggers for many reason. Not only are they local trendsetters but also great innovators because who would have imagined wearing a super chic arm cuff with a kurta? They’ve tried and tested everything a strict fashion police would hate but in reality – it works. Read on to know how you can re-vamp your look to make the half-traditional half-western you super happy. 

 
Kurtas on everything! 
Yes, and yes! Buy solid coloured, versatile kurtas that would go on everything you have stocked up in your wardrobe. Pull out those trousers, long skirts, palazzos and denims that have been hiding for years and wear this combination today! 

Croptops are your best friend 
Got a not-very-fancy yet important traditional event to attend? Put on a crop top insteast of a blouse and wear your favourite saree on it – if you don’t get many compliments afterwards, you can blame us and we’ll apologise! 

Modern jewellery with everything traditional 
Cuffs, layered chains, nose rings, septum and everything chic can be effortlessly styled with anything traditional. Browse through the photos of our fave bloggers for inspiration. 

Pumps always make a difference 
High heels with traditional clothing is something we all love, but wearing your elegant and chic footwear with a kurta can be quite daunting. Pumps, sneakers or even leather boots can work – it’s just a matter of how you style it. 
 
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Like the rapper, we too enjoy wearing Two Chainz. Or for that matter, two rings, bracelets and necklaces. Hell, we like wearing 10 rings sometimes. Because when it comes to jewellery, less sometimes isn't more. 


1. Take inspiration from street style bloggers, who are often adorned with rings. Since the rise of the midi-ring a couple of seasons ago, stacking has never looked so dainty. Rather than wearing one  statement ring it is far more stylish to stack ten delicate simple rings. 

2. When it comes to necklaces, it's all about proportions. Start with a choker, then a short delicate chain, and work down towards a larger statement piece. Layered necklaces look amazing over-the-top of a buttoned up shirt, a simple but effective way to update your wardrobe basics. 

3. Bracelets are the hardest to layer, because no-one wants that 16-year-old 'I've been to 6 festivals and I'm never going to take my wristbands off even if they cut my blood supply off' look. So go for a cuff with a few delicate bracelets stacked either side. 

4. Earrings, ah how we love you. Now this is a bit more commitment than the other looks, because this would require piercings. If you already have several ear piercings then this tip is for you. With your lobe, go for a hoop not a stud, then as the piercing go up the cartilage wear progressively smaller studs. Or just invest in an ear-cuff, probably less effort...

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