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Lina Psaila
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Some trends grow symbiotically. Take peanut butter and jelly, or a cinched waist and statement sleeves. Ever since the waist became defined the shoulders and arms became big, puffy and oversized to exaggerate the silhouette. The statement sleeve has taken centre stage both on the catwalk and on our Instagram feeds. Early adopters include Leandra Medine sporting Rosie Assoulin's signature oversized sleeve tops. 

This season the trend expanded to the masses, from balloon to billowing and bell-shaped the impressive sleeves this year a offered in great variety to suit all tastes and arm sizes. For an uber romantic aesthetic head over to Roksanda Ilincic who presented elegant feminine dresses embellished with aethereal bell sleeves. Ellery focused on length rather than volume while Balenciaga and Jacquemus showed exaggerated 80's puffer sleeves. Over at Gucci, Anna Sui and Simone Rocha the interpretation was dramatic balloon sleeves. Thankfully we can now find most of these styles from high street brands like Zara Topshop and Mango without breaking the bank. 

Although a summer trend the statement sleeve is an absolute winner for this season. It can instantly lift any old boring wardrobe item by giving it depth and volume. It also is quite cleverly elongating and thus complementary for any figure. So unless you're prone to dip your sleeves into your dinner - statement sleeve tops and dresses will be one of your favourite purchases of the year! 

Check out our exclusive edit of the best statement sleeve items on the market this season!

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Felicia Pennant
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Look at your hands: how you decorate your nails is pretty telling. A polish or manicure every few weeks suggests you’re pretty into your beauty, whether it’s a standard couple of coats or an elaborate nail art design; while a lack of funds/patience to DIY, or having a job where you use your hands a lot are conclusions that could be drawn from completely au natural nails. But are you stuck in rut, (whisper it) bored with your go-to style, or do you want your nails to be different to everyone else’s? 


Enter the new minimal nails we’ve spotted doing the rounds on social media. These nails are as pared back as they come with just a dot, line or simple shape for detail below a shiny clear topcoat. Technically any colour goes but we’re loving the black and metallic designs the most and the best thing about them is how easy and quick they are to actually do. And there’s no need to pay a professional if you don’t want to because you can literally dip a hair pin or pencil point into a nail polish and apply the dot in less than a minute for each finger. It’s minimum effort for maximum impact so there’s no excuse not to try this designs out for yourself. Think of the compliments you’ll get when you finally get your hands out of those gloves.  

Head to the gallery above for minimal nail art design inspo and a tutorial by Mikaela Delcatty then shop the kit below. 

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Lina Psaila
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January is all about recharging and rebooting to take on the new year with a fresh outlook. Sometimes all you need to do in order to set restart is to relax and indulge in a day completely about you. Holidays are unfortunately behind us but that doesn't hinder you from booking a luxury day at the spa by your fabulous self, with your best friend or specific other. Take a quick browse online and you'll find numerous sales at local hotels and wellness centres offering discount spa day packages. Take advantage of a day filled with massages, facials, manicures, a dip in the pool or the jacuzzi. There are even dedicated Pilates and yoga classes to take your wellness day on a new level.


Before you book your day make sure you're spa ready. Invest in a quality robe, a luxe one-piece swimsuit and fancy slippers. After your day is over why not take the spa home? Purchase a few spa essentials like bath oils, candles, aromatherapy products and turn your bathroom into a DIY spa centre working exclusively for you. 

Don't delay it any longer! Your spa day starts now just shop all of the essentials from our expert edit below! 

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Hattie Cotmore
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Skinny Dip are the place to go for anything to dress up your tech. I rarely think to go to them for anything else, however, I've been spotting some super cute bags that I wouldn't mind finishing my outfit with. I am super keen on pink. Super keen. So it is no surprise that I have fallen in love with this Skinny Dip piece. Cute as anything with one of my favourite colour clashes - pink and red - this is just perfect. Image: Instagram @amyhallimond

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Isabelle Herring
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Felicia Pennant
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Contrary to popular belief, socks are not boring or a rubbish male Christmas present. We can see how they got a bad rep, given how practical they are and how plain they used to be, but thankfully that is no longer the case. In fact, as trouser hems have got higher, revealing more than just an ankle bone or slither of calf, they’ve got bolder and brighter. Designers and brands have been letting their imaginations run wild so men can literally dip their toes in colour and print. These new socks are one thing that’s guaranteed to upgrade a grey winter’s day and an otherwise unremarkable look.  


Of the sock tribes spotted among the well-dressed men among the streetstyle set and on our morning commute, three stand out. Vivid single shade colour is the minimalist’s choice- adding interest and catching the eye when styled with neutrals and monochrome. And designers socks are a great gateway purchase- hype beasts use them to signal their love for the brand, especially the ones peppered with logos and recognisable motifs.Then there are the maximalists who dive feet first into the rainbow- clashing shades and patterns at will.

It’s simply a matter of taste so shop our edit of the socks worth gifting and adding to your collection below.

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Hattie Cotmore
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#SkinnyDip wasn't always somewhere I would shop for clothes but they're definitely in the game. Their fun prints and bright colours really translate into their clothes. @kaylahadlington looks fab in this Skinny Dip faux fur. I love the pastel fur trend and this candy floss colour is perfect. Red and pink will always be one of my favourite clashes and the heart pocket details are so cute. This coat could be thrown over any winter outfit to brighten it up. Image: Instagram @kaylahadlington

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Isabelle Herring
I absolutely love Kayla!
Alya Barutoğlu
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Seen on almost all corners, aviator jackets are probably the one item that everyone wears. This fall aviator jackets are the trendiest outerwear you can find so why not dip in on the trend? If you’d like to be different than everyone opt for the bold colours. Put the black one aside and go colourful to stand out! #aviator #jackets #coats #trend #aviatorjacket #style #winter #fall #autumn

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Hattie Cotmore
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#SkinnyDip are the brand of in your face products that you never knew you needed but omg I obviously need a phone case plastered on The Simpsons characters. And just look at what they've gone and done now - they've teamed up with MTV, the channel of the charts and sweet sixteens. Has any collab been more perfect?

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Shopcade
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What is millennial pink? The colour of the millennial generation, this pink is sophisticated, not too girly and most of all cool- With resonance of Acne Studios packaging or Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel, its a mix of candy, salmon and blush pink.The exact colour has not yet been defined but its more about embracing the pink movement! 


The trend that everyone is talking about, its an easy way to try the trend and dip into something new. Add a flash of colour to your wardrobe with an accessory, a bag, or an item of clothing that will make your look pop and immediately modernise it. 

Millennial pink is here to stay and can be found in menswear, womenswear, architecture, food, beauty, homeware and accessories. 

So click through our gallery to see inspirational images and then scroll down to shop our selection of pieces.

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Chloe Laws
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Us Brits are a complicated bunch. Social interactions cause a plethora of anxiety and awkwardness, we never say what we mean, and live in constant fear of inconveniencing someone regardless of how much they're inconveniencing us. Read below for 9 very British problems...

1. Saying Goodbye. 
It goes on forever, it's a long and rambling fiasco. We spend the whole time during said social interaction willing it to end, but when it does we freak out and drag it on. "Yes call soon, we'll do lunch, bye, so nice speaking, bye, byeeeeeeeee". Why do we drag on the last bye like we're falling down a well? It'll forever be a mystery. 

2. Living In Fear Of Missing A Parcel 

You've got a delivery coming, and despite this being the third time said delivery service said they were going to arrive, you're the one on edge. You are frozen, unable to do anything, incase you miss the doorbell. You daren't go upstairs, nay, you must potter around the kitchen for hours on edge. 

3. Buses = Hell

Buses are the epitome of British social awkwardness. We sit praying that no one will sit next to us, but then when the bus fills up and no one does you don't know whether to feel relieved or insulted. I bet Americans keep their bags on their laps hoping someone will sit next to them and strike up conversation, heathens... 

4. Tea Dunking 

You want your biscuit to be nicely submerged but not so soggy that it breaks off and falls into your tea. There's no pain quite like losing a nice cuppa to a precarious biscuit dip. 

5. Never Saying What You Mean

"It's not quite what I had in mind" translates as "That is f*cking awful please change it"

"Is that what we're having for dinner" translates as "I really don't want to eat that"

"I think I better make a move" translates as "I have nothing else to do I just really don't want to be here". 

"Fancy a drink" translates as "Can you accompany me for 8 solid hours of drowning our sorrows?"

"I'll see how I feel later" translates as "I will under no circumstance be attending"

"I'm easy either way" translates as "I will be very bothered if you don't pick the option I want"

6. Talking To People, In General

You concentrate so hard on trying to hold the right amount of eye contact with someone that you have no idea what they're talking about. Then when you realise you don't know what they've been saying you laugh and nod, hoping that they're not talking about the death of a pet. 

7. Always Sounding Sarcastic 

Being genuinely happy can often be taken for sarcasm, because well, we're British and most the time everything is sarcastic. Saying "can't wait" or "great" couldn't sound less sincere even if you do actually mean it. Ditto for emojis and exclamation marks.

8. Having To Lie To Your Hairdresser 

You always say you're pleased with your haircut, despite the fact it's crushing your soul and breaking you inside. 

9. Moaning About The Weather

It doesn't matter what the weather is like, we won't like it. We spend all Winter complaining about the cold, rain and snow, but when Summer comes around we complain about the humidity and heat. We are never satisfied. We also like to act constantly surprised when it rains, saying things like "But it's been so lovely this week" like this is isn't Britain and we're not use to it by now...

What other very British problems are there? Let us know in the comments! 

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Sahar Mahdavian
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Chloe Laws
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Fall is here, which means shorter days and colder weather but could it also be changing our moods? We've all heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder, and people throw it around casually, but it would help if we actually knew the scientific truth behind it and other old wives tales regarding the weather. For example, does the moon really change women's menstrual cycles? 


A lack of sunlight

A lack of sunlight can make you sad, the mood disorder SAD usually affects people from October until April. Which is literally half the year, fab. The lack of sunlight means you produce more melatonin, which makes you feel sleepy, this sleepiness causes your serotonin levels to dip- basically making you sad. All sounding pretty gloomy rn, but there are steps you can take to combat SAD! Buying a UV light therapy box, or setting your lights to a timer so they come on before you wake up (mimicking sunrise). 

Rainy days

Rainy days make you eat more according to Judith Wurtman the co-author of The Serotonin Power Diet. Carbs give you an instant serotonin peak, but this spike doesn't last- they advise reaching for starchy vegetables not the family size chocolate bar. But, let's be honest, now it's scientifically justified, we're gunna use rainy days as an excuse to eat...

A full moon

Nah, you're not going to turn into a werewolf. But is the moon related to our menstrual cycles? Well, apparently not, according to a 2013 study no correlation between the menstrual cycle and moon phases occurred. However, a 1990 study did find that a bright light at night can help regulate periods, so maybe before electricity the moon's phases did have an impact. Anyway, f*ck that, we're going to continue to blame the moon for our mood swings, what does science know...

Sunlight

Sunny weather typically makes us happier, as the SAD side effects explained above don't occur. Studies have found that when the sun in shining people are more helpful and more romantic, however there are negatives. Sunny days make you spend more because we feel positive, and then consequently go a little spending mad. 

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Ojas Kolvankar
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Ladies get ready to dip your toe into the global trend this season, Stripes! Yes, you heard it right. All stripes are in - Super-sized, vertical, horizontal, mix-match, layered, coloured stripes or anything in between. 


Dolce & Gabbana, Jonathan Saunders, Salvatore Ferragamo, Giorgio Armani, Prada, Stella McCartney and Chloé, all the leading fashion brands have shown their love stripes this season, so have our dear Indian designers like Péro, Anupam Dayal, ASA and Shivan & Narresh. Stripes have major statement-making appeal. 

Our fave B-town divas like Kajol Devgan, Deepika Padukone and Jacqueline Fernandez are following this trend and we are totes loving it. 

So Ladies what are you waiting for, scroll down to buy your striped dress now!

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