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Trousers and tops with jackets are a standard winter outfit, but we say that's boooring! For those days when you're feeling girly but still want a winter-appropriate outfit (shoutout to you Delhi gals—we know how chilly it can get!), a skater dress is a perfect go-to. You might instantly think of the skater dress as a summer item, but it can actually work perfectly for the winter too. Here's how. 


Wear a long-sleeved skater dress 
This'll make your dress more winter-appropriate than a shorter sleeved dress. 

Add a scarf 
If your neck still feels cold though your arms are covered by your long sleeves, a scarf is the perfect solution to pair with your dress. 

Add a turtleneck under the dress 
If your skater dress is sleeveless, wear a turtleneck under it. It's the perfect way to adapt the slip-dress-over-turtleneck trend if you don't have a slip dress. 

Wear a trench coat or a bomber jacket over it 
Bomber jackets add a touch of sportiness to a girly skater dress, whereas trench coats are great to add a more polished touch to it. 

Wear leggings or tights underneath 
A short skater dress looks adorable with tights underneath, and the tights help keep your legs warm too. Two birds with one stone! 

Pair it with ankle boots 
Ankle boots are the quintessential winter accessory that pair perfectly with skater dresses and leggings.

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We all have at least one bodysuit in our wardrobe because we effin' love them, don't we?! Growing up, we have all seen these in movies and they were made popular by ballet dance form, but since then they have emerged as a fashion trend and we know for sure that it's here to stay! With its sleek profile and comfy soft fabric, the bodysuit is simultaneously sexy and chic. 


Wondering how you can style them? Read on. 

In the office 
We know skirts are a hit in the office and thank god you can style bodysuits the best with pencil skirts of your choice! If you choose a conservative, sleeved bodysuit in neutral colours, you can team it up with almost any skirt you own! Alternatively, pair the suit with a lacy bralette to ensure the neckline doesn't reveal too much. 

Travelling? No problem! 
Comfy pants also have an official name now and they are called palazzos. If you're travelling and have to walk around much, wear a bodysuit with comfortable and airy palazzo pants or trousers and you'll be ready. Don't forget to wear your fave sneakers too! 

Love denims? We do too! 
On some days, all we want to wear is denims! On days like these, you can team up your colourful bodysuits with your fave pair of denim and accessorise the look a little with some statement jewellery. Carry a backpack or baggy tote and you'll be ready to walk out the door. Inspired?

Check out our fave bodysuits and some options to pair it with!

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Eager to make the most of your luggage space when you take off for your next beach holiday? Look to our edits below to see how we've styled a classic beach cover up, the Ghost Candis kaftan in white, three different ways! From frolicking on the beach to snapping selfies in da club, you can make one simple item go a long way just by getting creative. 

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We've all been there. Desperately trying to heave ourselves into a tiny pair of jeans, inexplicably swearing at everything in the changing room, before collapsing in a huff and swearing off cake for life.


Well, this nightmare is officially a thing of the past with our handy guide to picking the perfect pair of jeans for your body shape, starting with these general tips for buying jeans...
   
Tip 1: Stretchy denim is always the most flattering. Not only does it work on most body types, it moulds to your body shape over time, and is most comfortable.
Tip 2: Curvier or heavier women can benefit from a higher rise, which helps hide the extra weight in the middle and creates a leg-lengthening effect.
Tip 3: Opt for larger pockets if you’d like to hide a larger bum and vice-versa if you’re looking to enhance your bum. 

Once you’ve got those three tips down, find out what to look out for when it comes to your body shape:

Hourglass: This curvy body shape can pull off wide-legged jeans without looking too heavy. Opt for a mid-rise with a flat front to flatter at the right places.
   
Pear shaped: If you’re heavier at the hips, avoid the tapered look that skinny jeans can create. Instead, opt for a low-rise flare which helps streamline your body and make you look taller.
   
Athletic: Athletic bodies can rock straight-legged styles just as well as they can flared styles. If you’d like to look curvier, a mid-rise jean with a slight boot-cut can help create a curvy silhouette.
   
Petite: If you’re petite, you can embrace your short stature by opting for cropped skinnies, although regular-length skinny jeans are also very flattering turned up. 

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If we were to pick one person we'd love to dress like for the rest of our life, chances are Olivia Palermo would take the top spot.

We mean, look at her. She's come a long way since her reality TV roots, gracing every FROW across the globe with a successful business to boot. 

Want to snag her style (and lets face it, why wouldn't you?) then here's the four wardrobe essentials you'll need...

An Oversized Bag: Olivia is often seen with an oversized bag slung casually at her elbow, and you’ll usually find it accompanied by a Starbucks on one hand and either her phone or her dog lead in the other.

An Oversized Jumper: A great choice for casual spring wear, Olivia loves her v-neck oversized jumpers in a variety of colours. We loved her bright red choice recently, which she paired with matching flat shoes and white skinnies.

Statement Flats: On that note, Olivia owns lots of great statement flats in a variety of styles and designs - perfect for taking Mr Butler on long walks across New York. 

Black Sunglasses Finish off your look with black face-framing sunglasses and a messy bun for the ultimate in casual street style.

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As the daughter of famous actor Stephen Baldwin, Hailey Baldwin has been making a name for herself as a model. 


Hailey has appeared in campaigns for Ralph Lauren, Brandy Melville and Topshop, and was featured in magazines including Tatler and LOVE.

If you’ve been admiring her fashion know-how and street style, you too can dress like Hailey Baldwin with these essential items

Ankle boots: Hailey is often seen in black ankle boots, whether she’s going for a casual skinny jeans and tee look or dressing up in a suede miniskirt and oversized tee. 

Skinny jeans: The slim model loves to show off her pins in skinny jeans, particularly those with embellishments such as leather patches, large zips, and strategic frays.

Oversized jumper or coat: Complete your Hailey Baldwin look with an oversized jumper or coat, depending on the weather. 

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If you find yourself mentally checking your bank balance in despair every time Kylie Jenner uploads yet another stunning Instagram selfie, you’re in luck! Scroll right to WATCH how you can steal Kylie's beauty look.


Carli Bybel has the tools and techniques to get Kylie’s make-up look for less with cheaper alternatives to Kylie’s high-end make-up and outfit choices. 

Watch Carli’s tutorial above to learn how to get Kylie’s make-up look for less, and our edit below to find an outfit like Kylie’s!

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From giant feasts of wholesome food to the glitter and drinks of all-night partying, you might have found yourself in a bubble of indulgence over the holidays. 


If you’re starting January feeling a bit run-down after the excitement of Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Years, why not follow these steps to recovering from the holidays?

Our philosophy for post-holiday recovery is to pretty much do the opposite of what we’ve been doing over the holidays, starting with the following eight tips: 

Water rules!
Skip the alcohol and sugary drinks this January in favour of water and water infused with fruits, mint and citrus. Try to stay away from alcohol for most of the week, and designate special days throughout the week for alcohol to avoid overindulging.

Eat at home
Instead of going out for fancy dinners to meet your friends, why not invite them over to your house and cook with them instead? You can even make it a monthly affair by rotating who gets to host each time. 

Moisturise and hydrate
Festive excesses can really dry out your skin. Bring back that radiant look you love with plenty of water, use moisturiser daily (including under-eye creams), exfoliate twice a week and remember to apply sunscreen when the weather gets warmer. 

Get back to routine
Wind down from a fortnight of partying by establishing a routine as quickly as possible. Set yourself a sensible bedtime and start to wind down about half an hour beforehand – and set yourself an earlier alarm to help you get back to work hours. 

Cut the dairy
Your body can become clogged down by dairy, so it might be worth cutting down on the amount you consume every day. Why not try switching to almond milk or soy milk for a couple of weeks to help your body recover? 

Get some morning exercise
Whether it’s a quick walk around the block, or just jumping jacks in your bedroom, give yourself a morning boost of energy with a quick exercise session. 

Check in with yourself
Keep yourself positive (and on track for your New Year’s resolutions) by checking in with yourself every week. As yourself if you’re doing what you need to do to complete your resolutions and keep healthy, and figure out if there are things you can do to improve your progress. Keeping a journal is a great way of keeping track of your progress. 

Closet purge
A great way of feeling refreshed for the New Year is by giving your wardrobe a thorough purge. Look through everything you have and only keep items you know you’re going to wear this year. Try to donate at least one item of clothing every month – or one item for every present you received over the holidays!

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Athletic body shapes tend to have broad shoulders, strong legs and arms, and little difference between the top and bottom half of the body.


If you have a muscular figure, bring balance by choosing soft outfits that create curves. 

Our tips for dressing an athletic figure include: 

1. Create a waist 
Choose clothes that draw in at the waist to create a false waist and the illusion of curves. Flared skirts and fitted dresses would work for this, as would belted dresses, tops and coats. 

2. Try to downplay your shoulders
Avoid anything that highlights the shoulder area such as multiple straps or shoulder pads. Scoop and v-neck tops can divert attention away from your shoulders, as can halterneck tops. Boat necks and off-the-shoulder shirts look great on athletic figures despite their tendency to accentuate the shoulders. 

3. Reduce your squares 
You’ll probably have quite a square shape, so try to avoid square prints or straight lines which can make you look even more boxy. Try asymmetrical or rounded patterns, hemlines and necklines.

Cropped blazers can also make you look boxy. Instead, choose long-line blazers and duster coats that create length, making sure it doesn’t have built-in shoulder pads.

4. Go for lightweight fabrics. 
Lightweight fabrics are great for adding softness and femininity to your outfit. Lace, silk, chiffon and fabrics with natural draping or sheer finish are all great choices, as are outfits with embellishments and ruffles. 

5. Take advantage of your height. 
Opt for column dresses that create height, with cut-out sides to give you a waist and a mermaid tail to add curves. Dresses that skim across your shoulders and emphasise your waist are also a good option. 

Elongate your legs with high-waisted trousers or skirts, and opt for wide-legs to create balance and flatter your hips and thighs and midi-skirts with some stretch and peplum detailing at the hips to give the illusion of curves.

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The hourglass figure is characterised by a similar sized bust and hips, along with a narrower, defined waist.

Deemed by many (women and men) to be the ideal body type, dressing for the hourglass figure only requires a few tips and tricks. 

Read on for our top five tips to accentuate an hourglass figure. 

1. Go for fitted styles 
Choose fitted, tailored styles for everything from t-shirts, blouses to button-down shirts and dresses. This means you’ll need to start with a good bra that fits well and is supportive. 

For outerwear, go for belted jackets and trench-style coats that accentuate your waist. Short jackets that stop just above your hips are also flattering. 

Cinch in at your waist whenever possible with a dark skinny belt, and go for wrap-style blouses and dresses which again pull in at the waist (this works particularly well if you’re tall).

2. Choose materials carefully. 
Avoid stiff materials that can make you look boxy, and instead opt for stretchy materials that hug your curves and soft materials that drape over your body.

If your abdomen is slightly bulky, opt for supportive fabrics with structure to help you maintain a lean silhouette.

3. Don’t lose proportions. 
Try to keep your bust and hips at the same size by wearing bust-slimming necklines and avoiding bulky trousers and skirts.

Slim necklines you can choose from include v-necks, v-neck halters, sweetheart necklines and scoop necks which also have the added benefit of drawing attention to your narrow waist. Wide necklines such as boat necks and squares can make you lose proportion and look top heavy. 

You’ll also find that loose-fitting or bulky tops can add too much to your bust, so stay away from ruffles, bows and other details that can add volume.

4. Play with colour block. 
While solid colours are best for hourglass figures, feel free to play with colour blocking - having contrasting shades above and below your waist can look particularly good. 

If you’d rather give the impression of a slimmer frame, go for vertical stripes and dark colours. 

5. Play around with your skirts. 
Voluminous full-circle or tulip skirts in a high-waist style hug the hips and hang off them naturally, creating a flattering silhouette. A-line, peplum and pencil skirts also work well for hourglass figures and helps streamline your body. 

6. Go for flare when it comes to trousers. 
Choose flared, wide-leg or boot-cut styles when it comes to jeans and trousers as this can help keep your legs in proportion to your hips.

If you’d like to wear skinny jeans, try pairing it with high heels to add extra length and prevent your legs from looking short. 

For both options, choose mid-rise and high-rise styles that elongate the legs.

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If you’re under 5’4" (162cm), you’ll probably be considered petite.


It can be difficult to find outfits that fit your proportions, particularly if your chosen store doesn’t offer a petite line of clothing. 

Learn how to find clothes that lift you up rather than drag you down with our outfit tips below: 

1. Create length in the legs.
Straight-leg trousers and jeans will make your legs appear longer, while high-waisted trousers and skirts can add length to your legs and torso. 

High-waisted bottoms will split your body into the following halves: two-thirds of your lower body and one third of your upper body. This is said to be the most flattering proportions for petite figures. 

Another way to create length in the legs is going for a micro-hemline such as short shorts and mini-skirts. However, if you’d prefer a midi-skirt, opt for A-line styles that fall just below or on top of the knee. 

Whichever length you choose, use skinny (rather than wide) belts that match the colour of your trousers or skirt as this will help elongate your body.

2. Co-ordinate with colour schemes.
Stick with monochrome outfits or those without too many variations of colours (such as busy prints which can swamp your frame). Colour block outfits with four colours or less is best.

Choose simple, rather than elaborate accessories to ensure the flow of your outfit is uninterrupted. Also keep in mind that oversized bags and clutches can swamp you. 

3. Choose fitted outfits to avoid swamping your frame. 
Fitted blazers are a must-have for petite figures. Makes sure it fits well on your shoulders and feel free to experiment with cropped and longer styles.

Fitted tops and dresses are best, avoiding those with ruffles or lots of floaty fabric. Tuck in your shirts and blouses to give you a defined waist, and don’t be afraid of maxi dresses - simply pick one that has a slim-fitting bodice that nips in at your waist. 

4. Elongate with v-necks and verticals
Along with v-neck and scoop neck tops, elongate your body with vertical lines that let the eye travel along the length of your body. This could include vertical stripes, button-down shirt dresses, column dresses and pencil skirts.

A long scarf also gives illusion of length, but make sure to wear it vertically rather than around your neck. 

5. Wear heels 
The obvious solution to being short, choose platform heels for comfort, boots that stop just below the knee and nude heels which are a must-have as they elongate your legs - just make sure they don’t have a strap at the ankle which can break up your legs.

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If you’re widest at the hips, you probably have a pear shaped body. 


 It’s one of the most common figure proportions for women, characterised by smaller breasts, a long waist and heavier legs.

Learn how to embrace and flatter your figure with these outfit tips: 

1. Create balance by accentuating your top half. 
Options include scarves, statement collar necklaces, pussybow blouses, embellished tops, wide sleeves, puffed sleeves, and low-back styles to show off your back. You can also choose tops in bright colours to draw attention to your torso. 

2. Choose wide necklines. 
When it comes to necklines, choose styles that broaden the shoulders and emphasise the bust. Wide necklines such as boat-necks, scoop necks, slashed necks and high necklines are all great choices. Choose sweetheart necklines if you’d like to enhance your bust and strapless tops and dresses to make your shoulders look wider. 

3. Slim your hips with dark colours.
Choose dark colours below the waist to slim down your hips as much as possible, including dark wash denim and black straight-leg jeans. Avoid cigarette-style trousers as they are the least flattering for pear shapes, as well as embellishments at the hip or rear.

4. Choose midi skirts. 
When it comes to skirts, try to keep the attention between your waist and knees - or between your waist and ankles. Anything shorter (such as mini-skirt) or longer (ending on the calf) can be unflattering. Avoid tight-fitting skirts and look for those with ruffles or beading along the bottom to draw attention away from bulky hips. 

5. A-line and Tulip dresses. 
Go for dresses that draw the eyes towards your torso, create a tight waistline and covers up your midsection. A-line and tulip or mermaid dresses are best for this, along with dresses that have bands around the waist.

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