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Emily Beeson
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Every autumn we go on the hunt for the perfect pair of boots, the perfect cool-weather work shoe or a loafer that we'll be able to love for years to come. The high street sometimes offers up decent options and of course, our go-to designer brands might have something that catches our eye, but this year we've relied on a firm favourite...


Dear Frances is a luxury shoe brand for cool women everywhere. Ultra-focused on design and craftsmanship, the label works with a conscious approach to fashion, and what's more the shoes are beautiful. 

Made by artisan shoemakers in Italy, Dear Frances shoes are a hit with celebs like the Hadid Sisters, Selena Gomez, Kendall Jenner, Sienna Miller and Katy Perry and obviously we love them too. 

Now a cult label, the indie brand also does good with its designs, partnering with with non-profit organisations such as Soles4Souls so that a person in need receives a pair of shoes every time you buy one from the Dear Frances store.

We've picked out the most covetable styles for autumn, from boots to mules and loafers. Browse the edit below and shop your new favourite brand for AW18... 

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Federica Caiazzo
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What did you do this summer? I have just come back from a Coast to Coast tour in Apulia, southern Italy. Soludos #espadrillas and denim shorts where the keys of my look! #ootd #look #denim

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Emily Beeson
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If you were wondering why you’ve spotted fewer marble surfaces on your feed it’s because there’s a fresh interiors trend taking over Instagram and Pinterest right now… 


Terrazzo, which takes its name from the Latin word ‘Terra’, meaning ground, is nothing new – it was created in the 16th century Italy as a way to reuse stone offcuts, and it’s characterized by its multicolored fragments. But thanks to its hard-wearing and sustainable qualities (and unlimited colour and material options), it’s making a major comeback. 

Terrazzo is no longer just for floors either – the playful patterned surface is now trending across everything from homeware to accessories. Want to work it into your apartment this fall? There are plenty of ways to do it... 

For tiny Mediterranean touches that will make a difference, try adding Terrazzo pots to your bedroom or bathroom, or place a modern speckled candle by the likes of Tom Dixon on your bedside table. We also love speckled storage – perfect for tackling clutter. 

If you want to work the trend into your living room, try a chic terrazzo-print bench or a comfy patterned bean bag. Or, if you’re ready for a full makeover, decorate the room with terrazzo wallpaper and opt for traditional stone countertops. 

Shop the edit below for our favourite takes on the trend… 

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M.J Ortega
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I think that this is the third week that I make a post with an Olivia Culpo outfit, but in my defense, she's always killing it on the fashion department.  This two piece set, screams summer all over the place,  the design is romantic and fresh, the mustard color in the pieces really makes her tan stand out and I really like how she paired it with an orange-red lipstick and red shoes matching it with the little flowers in the top and skirt.  On Italy or in the hot streets of your current city, this outfit would be a staple.  photo credit: @oliviaculpo on twitter #outfit #summer #look #fashion

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Wedding season is here, but if you’re not quite ready to give Meghan and Harry a run for their money – and let’s face it, who can afford to cater for 600 people? – you might want to consider a few shortcuts.We caught up with Fern Godfrey, Editor of the UK’s biggest Wedding blog Rock My Wedding, to discover her tips for planning your dream day on a budget… 


What do you love most about being the Editor of Rock My Wedding? Rock My Wedding was founded by Charlotte O’Shea in 2009, when she was planning her own wedding, it’s grown hugely since then and we’re now a team of 10. I’ve been Editor at Rock My Wedding since 2015 and I absolutely love my job. 

We get to share people’s love stories every single day, work with beautiful flowers and dresses, and champion incredible wedding suppliers with our directory, The List. The best bit is seeing the wedding photographs of brides who have read RMW religiously while planning their own weddings –- it’s such a great feeling. 

What do you find are the most popular wedding themes?

We feature a lot of rustic luxe weddings -– industrial and agricultural buildings with lots of exposed brick and lofty beams, filled with flowers and candles. This theme works beautifully for weddings across Europe as we have so many incredible historic and working buildings to use. The weather in the UK doesn’t always allow for the amazing outdoor celebrations we feature from France, Italy and Spain, but all of the weddings we blog are amazing in their own unique way. 

How can one plan a beautiful wedding on a budget? 

If you want to save money while planning your big day, then the key thing is decide on what is important to you as a couple. If you chose the areas you’re going to spend on, then you can try to save on the others. 

Do you really need wedding favours? Can you serve canapés as a starter and wedding cake as your dessert? Have you considered a Spotify play list rather than a band? Do you really need a pair of designer shoes? If flowers aren’t important to you, then use local foliage and seasonal blooms. The one thing we’d always recommend spending on is professional photographs and a film – these things will allow you to remember your big day forever and so they are the most important part. 

Can you share any useful DIY tips?

We’ve created a couple of floral DIY’s for Rock My Wedding readers. The first is a chair back arrangement to take your seating to the next level. The other is for a classic flower crown – these are very popular with boho bridesmaids, especially at cool, rustic weddings out in the countryside, but you can use any kind of flower to achieve the look and feel you want. There are plenty of examples on the Rock My Wedding Instagram feed.

As an expert, what would you pack for a destination wedding?

As a wedding guest? A floral maxi dress, a wide brimmed hat and some sunglasses. As the bride? A soft and flowing gown, some pretty sandals and lots of Bobbi Brown Sheer Finish Pressed Powder.

Shop Fern’s edit for the perfect pieces to make your day special, whatever your budget and wherever you’re heading to tie the knot… 

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Hattie Cotmore
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Milan Fashion Week may be my favourite of the street style set so far. Italy is famed for its style, there's always an ease portrayed that is effortlessly cool. I mean look at this suit. The classic Gucci print looks beautiful but in its muted colour it isn't at all over the top. I also love that it's been paired with a printed shirt without looking messy. This is completely how I envisage Italian chic. Image: Jonathan Daniel Pryce

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The search for the ultimate winter boots is over thanks to Dear Frances. Designer Jane Frances launched her luxury footwear brand in London in 2014 with a timeless-with-a-twist ethos and exquisite craftsmanship at its heart and it’s generating quite the buzz. Chances are you’ve seen the now cult Spirit boots, a classic, heeled ankle style, on the likes of Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Amal Clooney in various colours, highlighting their cross-generational appeal and unparalleled versatility. And there are the Float boots, Dear Frances’ take on the Chelsea boot, which have lucite accenting the wooden heel- a genius identifiable detail that is fast becoming a signature. Every elegant style has been designed with comfort in mind, to be easily worn all day, every day for years to come. 


Dear Frances also deserves credit for its ethical production processes and partnerships with non-profit organisations. The boots are expertly crafted by artisans in Italy, at the same family-owned factory where London College of Fashion graduate Frances previously interned, and with only the finest sustainable materials- from supple leather and suede to decadent velvet are used. The theory is that by creating the highest quality boots possible at an accessible price point, waste and over-production will be minimised as they’ll endure. Clearly these are boots worth stockpiling and investing in, even more so when you realise that the brand sends a pair of shoes to a person in need for every pair sold. It’s part of Dear Frances’ mission to help people worldwide while creating shoes that make you look and feel amazing. 

Check out the current collection’s highlights in the gallery above and shop your favourite in the edit below. 

In partnership with Dear Frances

Image credit: Dear Frances.

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Federica Caiazzo
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Here Is a pic of last Summer in Sorrento, in the south of Italy. My look was inspired by “la dolce vita”: maiolica cotton dress, espadrilles and big sunglasses. Can’t wait to start thinking of my next summer looks! #dress #espadrillas #sunglasses

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And the wait is over! Our Capri collection is available online. To celebrate, this week we are giving 20% off any purchase using code:NEW20 - - #new #capri #collection #amethyst #gemstone #earring #inspired #sorrento #designer #fashion #fashionista #fashionblogger #blogger #colourful #love #italy #gift #bijoux #jewellery #jewelry #jewels #joyas #instadaily #justin #shopping #christmas #gifts #rosegold #newin

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M.J Ortega
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One of my favorite Bloggers, Jenny Cipoletti of @margoandme is the epitome of no boring girly fashion. Feminine and floral dresses like this, are perfect for sunny weathers or daytime events where you wanna feel comfortable and stylish at the same time. Jenny, wore this dress while exploring italy with her husband Who else's love girly dresses? Photo Credit: margoandme,com #margoandme #fashion #girly #feminine #trend #travel #outfit

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According to Vogue: “Denmark is like the Italy of Scandinavia”, its the new Milan and capital of Scandi chic. With labels such as Ganni, Stine Goya, By Malene Birger and Saks Potts rising up in the fashion scene, the Scandinavian brands are taking the catwalk by storm.


On the streets, the Copenhagen girl is the new Parisian: a girl that exudes effortless and laid-back style. She cycles to work, so practicality is key, wearing beautiful long dresses with flats or ankle boots. These girls can be seen in the streets of Copenhagen, photographed by renowned street style photographers. Among them are famous bloggers Pernille Teisbaeck and Funda Christophersen.

To get the Copenhagen-chic look, pair some luxury items with more laid-back t-shirts or jeans to dress them down. Do wear long leave printed maxi dresses, denim jackets, checks, midi wrap dresses and sling-back shoes. There is an element of fun in the Copenhagen style, with lots of print and colour so don’t take it too seriously, just throw on what you enjoy and feel comfortable!

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