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Lina Psaila
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This season the leopard print becomes more of a day-to-day piece of clothing than a statement piece necessarily. The days of wearing it with scepticism and frugality are long gone. This time it's more about wearing it as a black shirt, with any pattern any colour your imagination can fathom. And although there was a misconception that a leopard overload can become tacky the truth is only the quality of the leopard print item in question can determine the elegance of the outfit. 


Leopard print has been associated with Christian Dior in the 50's to true rockstar glam in the 60's and later in the 70's and 80's with David Bowie and Debby Harry making it almost a segment of their trademark. The grunge days of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love gave it a 90's twist.

Nowadays, Leandra Medine of ManRepeller did an impressive double (but not identical) leopard print number, matching it with red strappy heels. Olivia Palermo clashes patterns of leopard print and check while Alexa Chung went for an animal print faux fur over a short party dress. 

Street style has also been flooding with many variations of leopard print: from pochettes, to mules, jackets, shirts or leggings the animal print has proved itself as one of the most fun ways to be fashionable this season! 

Have a look at our gallery for inspiration and keep scrolling for our edit of the key animal print items that you need to own this Spring... 

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It’s no secret that we’re fans of Alexa Chung. The model, writer, IT-girl and now designer is always ahead of the curve when it comes to her style. Her influences are myriad, from punk to Victoriana, and we love the creative references in her own collections too. 


Alexa’s latest collection is inspired by Bloomsbury Set – a group of artists and writers – and the wild, eclectic decor at their Sussex country retreat, Charleston House. Alexa Chung launched her eponymous label ALEXACHUNG this year and was keen to honour her British roots with the new designs. The label combines Parisian chic with a New York edge and a British sense of humour. 

We’re head over heels for the dreamy images on the Alexachungstagram feed, shot at Charleston for SS18. The Virginia collection, inspired by Virginia Woolf, features white boho dresses, statement floral prints and illustrated silk scarves and tees in Alexa’s signature quirky style.

Want to channel Alexa’s artist-inspired look for yourself this spring? Shop our edit below… 

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Lina Psaila
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Practicality seems to have been a winning trend for the past two seasons. Reaching a happy medium between comfort and elegance is not that much of a stretch and our feet thank us for it. Street style is no longer about stilettos; now the cool crowd is wearing trainers, brogues, loafers and mules –  a big relief if you ask us. 


Sure, heels are great for parties but we must admit, we’ve been swapping our spike heels for chunky styles from designers like Gucci –  the perfect way to add a few inches without compromising on comfort. 

When it comes to cool flats, why not opt for a pair of boho moccasins, or a classic brogue? Our personal favourites? Trainers with a chunky sole for extra height. Alexa Chung and Olivia Palermo are proving the power of a well chosen flat for day and evening. Even Victoria Beckham – queen of the court shoe – has been spotted in spring brogues, sneakers and ballet flats. 

How to wear flats and look cool? 

Opt for an office-ready look by styling your flats with a tailored suit, a sleek leather backpack and a low bun. 

Don a pair of embroidered slippers or embellished ballet pumps to put a fresh spin on your evening party dress. 

Ready to shop your new fave flats? 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop the best styles from our exclusive edit below... 

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Now, if you saw this dress and didn't immediately think of Clueless, you probably need to reevaluate your life. I am so in love with this dress, if I was a little more spendy with my overdraft and yellow didn't wash me out I'd have already bought it. This could be worn with strappy simple heels or trainers, maybe a denim jacket and it's an easier summer look. And again not a floral in sight. Image: Inter Mix

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Isabelle Herring
I love this Clueless inspired trend right now!
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Chloë Grace Moretz climbs the heels of Jimmy Choo to give life to the new Style Diaries of the prestigious footwear firm, an indisputable favourite among celebrities. Credits: Pinterest

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Marianna Nagy
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I really love red clothes on myself. I think these beautiful jackets are very elegant, feminine, and pretty as well. Do you wear colours on yourself? In my opinion these beautiful red biker jackets are necessary clothes for spring.You can wear with any cloth. These are perfect for skirts, high heels, jeans, sneakers. If you have a date, or a girls night out, or you're on holiday, just take it on yourself and enjoy your day. These jackets good for everyone. You can be small, tall, thin.

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Do you like platform shoes? Do you have any? I'm a small woman, and I always wear high heels, but I can't wear them, if I walk a lot, or go on holiday. I really recommend you these unique, sporty, but elegant sneakers. If you go out, but you don't want to wear high heels, choose these awesome platform sneakers. These are so comfortable, but still pretty. You can wear them with jeans, but these are great for skirts, too. These platform sneakers make your look taller.

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Get some high heels therapy 😁👠✨ I really love these ones! Just a perfect, chic, elegant and unique design! 😍 Photo credit @fashioniiinspire on #instagram #ootd #fashion #highheels

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After a decade of minimalism, sleek lines and simple colours, trends inspired by disco and the '70s are bringing bold textures back into fashion. From Gucci to Versace, designers reinvented the vintage trend with a modern twist, finding inspiration with IT girls Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber and eschewing the desire to blend in. 

We love everything that sparkles and shines around Christmas and a sequinned number never goes amiss, but honestly, it's a shame to leave those glittering outfits hanging in our wardrobes for the rest of the year.

We're donning our sequins for spring, gearing up for a summer of festivals and long balmy evenings. We can't get enough of sequin embellishments on everything from heels, to clutch bags and evening gowns. Shop below and prepare to feel like the queen you are,...

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Boho is set to be big this summer but if you’re not ready to go for full-on pom poms and prairie dresses, how about trying a hint of fringe instead? The sleeker, subtler sister of a full-length boho frock, fringed dresses take cues from tasselled garments from way out west. 

Look to Christian Dior's collection for cowgirl-inspired pieces, Loewe for knotted T-shirt dresses and Bottega Veneta for ‘60s-style mini dresses adorned with rock’n’roll leather fringing. Want the look for less? Why not try a simple iteration from Mango, where you’ll find fringed panelling and hems for SS18 – perfect for festivals and sunny days. 

An easy way to infuse your look with a touch of eclectic cool, designers are opting for fringes and tassels to elevate simple looks to new heights this season. Team yours with simple accessories like leather ankle boots, a minimalist clutch or a pair of barely-there heels to let the detailing take centre stage. 

From swinging tassels on day dresses to glittering sequinned threads and flashes of eyelash lace for after dark, fringing is in and here to stay. 

Shop our edit of the best fringed dresses, from high street to high end, below… 

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Marianna Nagy
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Good vibes. ✨ What a lovely, sunny day! Good morning everyone! Do you like these perfect red high heels? Enjoy your day, drink your coffee. Photo credit @fashion___daily___ on #instagram #mood #happiness #photooftheday #red #highheels #spring #ootd

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Just perfect!
Lina Psaila
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There's definitely something about the allure of the corset. They bring to mind burlesque, Victoriana and the lace-up body-con styles made famous by the Kardashian/Jenner clan. In any case, a little goes a long way and a corset lends even the most casual looks poise and definition. Coincidentally, the classic corset is one of the strongest trends of the season. In fact, the style set were rocking corsets last season too; cinching their jackets, dresses and shirts with lace-up accessories. 


For SS18, designers have revisited the trend and paired impressive corsets with contemporary dresses and T-shirts. Take Isabel Marant, who took casual double denim to new heights with a white corset and infused monochrome looks with pops of color via corset belts. Over at Balenciaga, Demna Gvasalia juxtaposed bold, over the top shoulder silhouettes with cinched waists. While Loewe showcased one of the best selling corsets adopted by editors and influencers from London to Paris. 

How to style a corset? 

For an understated look, try pairing a simple white tee with a cool corset or lace-up belt, or cinch your coat or blazer at the waist for a twist on spring layering – a classic trench works wonders for this. Or for something to take you from day to night with ease, team a corset with a dress or button-down shirt and your favorite jeans. Feeling more glam? Transform a blazer into a dress by adding a corset and add just add heels. 

Want the look for less? Check out our exclusive edit of luxe and affordable pieces below…

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