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Lina Psaila
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Dare we say it? We love a high street wedding dress, especially as there’s no longer any shame in buying one. The high street has stepped up its game in recent years and offers a wide array of incredibly chic wedding dresses. That's one thing you can cross of your wedding prep list. Believe it or not, celebs are also jumping on the high street bandwagon. 


Take Emily Ratakowski's bold mustard jumpsuit by Zara for example. So many affordable brands are stocking amazing wedding dresses to suit every silhouette and style and ASOS is one of our favourite places to look. With a curated selection of gowns starting at $55, their stellar bridal collection followed on the success of the cult bridesmaid selection. 

Browse and discover beautifully-crafted gowns from Needle & Thread, TFNC and the ASOS own brand. Choose from silk, detailed lace, one shoulder, strapless or backless styles. You’ll find body-con and boho options and a departure from traditional white with baby blue, to lilac and soft mint on offer. 

For a more traditional approach, why not head to Dorothy Perkins for subtly shimmering lace details? The new bridal collection offers figure-skimming cuts and fluted skirts that exude elegance. 

Head to our gallery for more wedding dress inspiration and find your dream dress in our edit below…. 

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Alya Barutoğlu
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The most standing out look from the Dior Spring Summer 2018 collection was a romper that took 86 hours to make! When you think of the time spent on making what you wear, it is kind of amazing! This seven thousand dollar romper took 86 hours to make. The crochet playsuit features 27 motifs like dinosaurs, stars and hearts which was inspired by the feminist artist Niki de Saint Phalle. #dior #christiandior #feminism #style #fashion #playsuit #jumpsuit #romper #crochet

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Do you like wearing jumpsuits? This navy blue wear is a great choice for a date, or an important event / meeting. I like that belt on it. Photo by @fashionstyles2you on #instagram #ootd #fashion #navy #jumpsuit

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Hattie Cotmore
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The transition from winter into spring is always a tough one wardrobe-wise. Especially with the recent weather swinging between extremes. One of my favourite pieces to combat this is the jumpsuit. The perfect balance - a long leg but often sleeveless or short sleeves and lighter in material than denim. ASOS stocks so many options like this. They can be layered with a white tee underneath and a jacket over the top for cooler days, or simply worn like this. Image: Instagram @tashaggreen

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Hattie Cotmore
@iabelleherring me too she's so fab!
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I posted this look too, love Tasha!
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I adore this cute getup from YouTuber Tasha Green. She is sporting an adorable spotted jumpsuit in this Insta shot - just perfect for a day out in the town! Her accessories rock too! What do you think of this outfit? #ootd #bloggerstyle #tashagreen Photo Credit: @TashaGGreen on Twitter

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I've talked about Megan Ellaby before and my love for her Instagram hasn't gone anywhere. Today she posted this outfit and I now want to invest in a khaki jumpsuit. This is the perfect look for a casual weekend. Whilst look chic I bet it's also super comfy. I also love that she's paired this with pink converse. The pink and green are great colours together and the look for a relaxed Sunday is complete. Image: Instagram @meganellaby

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Love Megan!
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We love those easy pieces you can just throw on and go but spring hasn’t exactly been the warmest this year. Nonetheless, we’re determined to rock our in-season pieces as seen on the runway and on all our favourite celebs. 


A jumpsuit is the perfect example of stylish dressing made easy, whether you’re wearing yours for work, the weekend or a night out with the girls. From vintage-inspired wide-leg styles to statement prints and plunging V-necks, having a few fail-safe one-pieces in your wardrobe is a must. 

But how do you style a jumpsuit in spring? The weather is hardly tropical so we looked to our team of editors and style insiders for advice…

The trick with spring dressing is layering. Whether it’s lengths, prints, textures or tones, team a jumpsuit with the right layers and it’ll soon become your go-to. We love contrasting classic leather jackets with bold prints, offsetting a silky silk jumpsuit with a white tee, or opting for a classic floaty wide-leg suit with a tough denim jacket and trainers. 

Heading from your desk to drinks? Opt for a shoulder-baring style, swap your trainers for open-toe boots and add a clutch. Jumpsuits really are a wardrobe hero so why save yours for the summer months? 

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Lina Psaila
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It's true that dressing for work everyday, especially if you work in the creative industries, can cause anxiety that you just don't need in your life. We’ve all experienced ‘decision-making stress’. It's actually why Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs used to wear the same "uniform" to work every day, so they’d have one less decision to worry about. 


There are plenty of times when a simple trouser and shirt combo will do, but we tend to fall into the outfit trap of looking samey, especially during the winter season, sporting the same sweater a few days in a row. 

How to create the perfect work capsule wardrobe…

Dressing for work shouldn't be difficult if you simply invest in a few key items. For example, opting for a versatile suit or a few blazers is a great idea because you can change the look up with shirts, jumpers or T-shirts. Then go for a really great pair of trousers coupled with work-ready sweaters. 

If you want to step outside of the usual blazer and trousers uniform, opt for a midi skirt, a pair of corduroy pants or, if your workplace allows it, a statement jumpsuit. If you own the key ingredients it should be fairly easy to mix and match in order to create an elegant outfit Monday to Friday hassle-free. 

 Want to build your own capsule wardrobe? Just head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop the best work outfits from our edit below…

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Double denim is the new way of wearing denim. One piece of denim isn’t enough for your style. This season we’re going all the way denim! Either wear a dress, jumpsuit or opt for a denim suit, wearing denim from head to toe is the biggest trend of Spring 2018. If you’re unsure of how to style our double denim look, try wearing different shades of denim to try out this trend. #denim #doubledenim #jeans #jean #streetstyle #style #trend #fashion #spring

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Throwback to the seventies once, twice, thrice again! Fashion can’t get enough of retro trends snd personally, this is my favourite. ‘70s was a mixture of bohemian, hippie, glamorous, disco and punk fashion… So what’s not to love about this era? For this season, denim overalls are taking over street trends. You can opt for overalls or jumpsuit or even playsuits. Style your denims with foulards and wedges to get the ultimate seventies look! #seventies #trend #denim #overalls #jumpsuit #style #streetstyle #fashion

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Lina Psaila
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If you feel that you live in your jumpsuit and romper we have great news! In the quest for the ultimate Spring lifesaver, we've narrowed it down to the Jumpsuit. The reality is you don't need a whole lot to make it into an outfit. This staple is having a comeback as a utilitarian piece and as evening wear. The new daywear silhouette is inspired from the classic fight suit and comes in a boxy and boyish styles that have an amazing slouchy quality. 


If you want to go for the simple version put it on with a pair of sneakers a drawstring bag and a cool teddy bear faux fur jacket. But the most stylish women try to experiment when it comes to styling the jumpsuit and making it look fresh each time they wear it. 

For example, go for a pussy bow blouse, or a slogan tee to wear under the jumpsuit. Add a blazer for an office-appropriate look, or a chunky knit for an off-duty look. 

Let your accessories do the talking when you opt for a classic black look or pair your camel coloured suit with a fuzzy coat just like Jeanne Dammas. Lay a checked pattern number over a black rollneck just like Fashion Director Lisa Aiken or pair a black jumpsuit with strappy heels for a fun night out! There are numerous ways you can style one simple jumpsuit and wear it from the office to the club. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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Hattie Cotmore
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From double denim to all denim. Boiler suits are definitely having a moment - does anyone think it might be to do with Orange is the New Black? Just me that's coveting an orange jumpsuit? Whatever the reason for their resurgence into the fashion sphere I am not complaining. I think what's so great about this in denim is that with trainers you're ready for a casual brunch and shopping outfit but throw on some heels and statement jewellery - I'd opt for a bold green or red - and you can head off to drinks or dinner. It is insanely versatile. A denim canvas for you to infuse your personality onto. I love this Alexa Chung oversized boiler suit. It's not a steal at £375 but you can imagine the quality would keep you wearing this look for years. Image: Alexachung.com

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