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Petit à petit, depuis une ou deux saisons, le velours s'impose comme matière incontournable aussi bien sur les portants que dans la rue. Jadis réservé aux looks du soir un peu guindés, on le redécouvre de jour, revu et corrigé. 


Première révolution, le velours n'est plus forcément noir. On le préfère jaune, bordeaux, bleu électrique... il n'a pas à être discret. Matière théâtrale par excellence, il s'assume et apporte la bonne dose de luxe à n'importe quel t-shirt blanc. 

Pour l'effet dramatique, on pariera sur un pantalon large, style palazzo, ou sur un kimono, négligemment jeté sur un jean. Succès garanti ! Plus classique, la veste cela fonctionne aussi : souple ou rigide, elle est plus glamour qu'une veste en laine ou en coton et surtout moins attendue. 

Les accessoires, eux aussi, passent en mode velours. Les bottines-chaussettes en velours en tête, on n'a pas peur de mélanger les textures et les couleurs, car le résultat, aussi surprenant que cela puisse paraître, n'a rien de vieillot. Au contraire, parier sur le velours est probablement la meilleure manière de twister sa garde-robe cette saison. 

Découvrez notre sélection et shoppez votre must-have en velours 
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If there's one trend that should never go out of style that is comfortable looks. It's essential to any outfit to feel that it moves along with the body and facilitates our lives instead of being constricting and well... a burden. Which is why when pyjamas became an official outerwear trend there must have been a universal sigh of relief heard across the world of women tired of their binding and uncomfortable clothing. 


Loungewear worn as everyday clothing became a massive trend in 2016 and 2017 including the very popular slip dress, the bralette and corset. But there's something innately brilliant about sporting pyjamas as an outfit because in a way it resembles a more relaxed version of a business suit. Inspired by the 20's and Coco Chanel this trend shows no signs of slowing down and we're completely on board. Opt for a cover-up or a kimono for starters as an outerwear and then don a full head-to-toe pyjama look taking cues from Olivia Palermo, Rihanna, and Gigi Hadid to name a few. 

Browse through our gallery for pyjama-specific inspiration and then shop your favourite looks in our exclusive edit below!

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If there's one trend that should never go out of style that is comfortable looks. It's essential to any outfit to feel that it moves along with the body and facilitates our lives instead of being constricting and well... a burden. Which is why when pyjamas became an official outerwear trend there must have been a universal sigh of relief heard across the world of women tired of their binding and uncomfortable clothing. 


Loungewear worn as everyday clothing became a massive trend in 2016 and 2017 including the very popular slip dress, the bralette and corset. But there's something innately brilliant about sporting pyjamas as an outfit because in a way it resembles a more relaxed version of a business suit. Inspired by the 20's and Coco Chanel this trend shows no signs of slowing down and we're completely on board. Opt for a cover-up or a kimono for starters as an outerwear and then don a full head-to-toe pyjama look taking cues from Olivia Palermo, Rihanna, Selena Gomez and Gigi Hadid to name a few. 

Browse through our gallery for pyjama-specific inspiration and then shop your favourite looks in our exclusive edit below!

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Lina Psaila
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One of the oldest documented garments on record moving from the courtroom to the church, to the boxing ring and the boudoir the robe's fluidity is not only in form but also in purpose. More specifically, over the past few seasons, items that were originally meant for the bedroom (see: bralettes, slip dress, corset) is being incorporated in our everyday wardrobes. 


Now we're moving forcefully into October, we need more transitional items that will take us through the multitude of fall phases, definitely through the warmer one. Robes are an excellent way to elevate any casual outfit without much effort and more style than a stale hoodie or blazer. 

Pair it with a cool denim pair of trousers, or a skirt, or opt for the uber cool version of a floor length velvet robe and wear it over your favourite LBD with over the knee boots for the perfect going out look! 

Browse through our exclusive edit of robes and pick your favourite today!


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As we close on yet another brilliant London Fashion Week we round up the most fashionable, jaw dropping and exquisitely chic moments of the past few days. LFW which opened on Friday, has featured more than 100 designers and included high profile shows. 


For example, it was the first time Giorgio Armani had staged a catwalk event in London for more than 10 years. The 83-year-old designer said he had chosen London "for its "dynamism, energy and cosmopolitanism". 

Donatella Versace showcased her younger range, Versus, which featured plenty of checks, bikinis and cowgirl-themed pieces. It wouldn't be London Fashion Week without a bit of avant garde. Hussein Chalayan's models took to the catwalk in very unusual and surreal headdresses. 

As usual, London Fashion week attracted the rich, famous and, of course, beautiful - model Daisy Lowe arrived wearing a blue kimono, accompanied by her much-loved pooch. But it hasn't been glamour all the way. Dozens of anti-fur protestors gathered ahead of shows including Burberry. Speaking of Burberry the check pattern is now back minus the cheesy associations of the early naughts. This was all due to the brilliant styling that infused a new feel to the brand: look out for mismatched earrings. Christopher Bailey also followed in the footsteps of Dior and curated an exhibition in conjunction with the show - opening the brand to a much wider audience. 
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#222222">On the other hand, designer Gareth Pugh’s creations were informed by the "inescapable forces of the cultural landscape" as he described them. Pugh's collection, took place at an old music hall in north London, to abide by the "ambiguous and troubling" overall feel. 
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#222222">One of the most anticipated collections was without a doubt came from Topshop that followed the see-now, buy-now principle allowing items to be directly shoppable immediately after the catwalk show, on Topshop.com. The show was a vintage Soho inspired extravaganza featuring old school coats, crystal details and wonderful metallics. British supermodel Jourdan Dunn closed Topshop's show in a barely-there chiffon maxi dress complete with the ubiquitous ruffles that have been a theme across the week. You can snap your own party girl look from £39, with the upper echelon reaching £395. 
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#222222">We couldn’t do a LFW round up without mentioning Molly Goddard who employed her usual orb dresses of smocked tulle in inky black and smocked cotton but this season she added a more slinky, conventionally sexy silhouette in orange, embellished with sequins while presenting a series of cotton bell-shaped dresses and skirts. Her real strength though relied on her unexpected styling. The models wore practical flat boots, black brogues or else went barefoot. The models hopped from one platform to the next while doing a series of poses from the peace sign to Eddie Campbell dragging ample amounts of cigarette smoke.

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Lina Psaila
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As we close on yet another brilliant London Fashion Week we round up the most fashionable, jaw dropping and exquisitely chic moments of the past few days. LFW which opened on Friday, has featured more than 100 designers and included high profile shows. 


For example, it was the first time Giorgio Armani had staged a catwalk event in London for more than 10 years. The 83-year-old designer said he had chosen London "for its "dynamism, energy and cosmopolitanism". 

Donatella Versace showcased her younger range, Versus, which featured plenty of checks, bikinis and cowgirl-themed pieces. 

It wouldn't be London Fashion Week without a bit of avant garde. Hussein Chalayan's models took to the catwalk in very unusual and surreal headdresses. 

As usual, London Fashion week attracted the rich, famous and, of course, beautiful - model Daisy Lowe arrived wearing a blue kimono, accompanied by her much-loved pooch. But it hasn't been glamour all the way. Dozens of anti-fur protestors gathered ahead of shows including Burberry. Speaking of Burberry the check pattern is now back minus the cheesy associations of the early naughts. This was all due to the brilliant styling that infused a new feel to the brand: look out for mismatched earrings. Christopher Bailey also followed in the footsteps of Dior and curated an exhibition in conjunction with the show - opening the brand to a much wider audience. 
#222222">
#222222">On the other hand, designer Gareth Pugh’s creations were informed by the "inescapable forces of the cultural landscape" as he described them. Pugh's collection, took place at an old music hall in north London, to abide by the "ambiguous and troubling" overall feel. 
#222222">
#222222">One of the most anticipated collections was without a doubt came from Topshop that followed the see-now, buy-now principle allowing items to be directly shoppable immediately after the catwalk show, on Topshop.com. The show was a vintage Soho inspired extravaganza featuring old school coats, crystal details and wonderful metallics. British supermodel Jourdan Dunn closed Topshop's show in a barely-there chiffon maxi dress complete with the ubiquitous ruffles that have been a theme across the week. You can snap your own party girl look from £39, with the upper echelon reaching £395. 
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#222222">We couldn’t do a LFW round up without mentioning Molly Goddard who employed her usual orb dresses of smocked tulle in inky black and smocked cotton but this season she added a more slinky, conventionally sexy silhouette in orange, embellished with sequins while presenting a series of cotton bell-shaped dresses and skirts. Her real strength though relied on her unexpected styling. The models wore practical flat boots, black brogues or else went barefoot. The models hopped from one platform to the next while doing a series of poses from the peace sign to Eddie Campbell dragging ample amounts of cigarette smoke.

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In the path paved by bralettes, corsets and of course the slip dress being worn out of the bedroom and into broad daylight. This underwear as outerwear trend or more specifically this private-wear goes public fixation has been taking place for quite a while now. 


From Madonna's cone bras and corsets to Rihanna's robe or pyjama look. Since now the mere mortals have caught on this seductive trend more designers are producing robes meant both for indoors and at a glamorous party. 

From Etro to a plethora of vibrant prints and colours at Roberto Cavalli to botanical garden inspiration at Alberta Ferretti or pure Americana vibes at Elie Saab. Then again you can never go wrong with a Coachella staple: The kimono.

Whatever your style this season have a look at our exclusive edit below and you'll find the perfect cover-up for you!

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What can we do when August hits and all you see when you look out the office window is rain? Well, yes, you prep for the imminent drop of A/W17 collections. 


Let’s be honest here, we have been over summer for a while now and for most we’ve already lost our tan. For the ones who are yet to go enjoy the sun, well don’t complain if when you come back there is nothing left in store. Who leaves in August anyways?

As usual it all started with Instagram when we spotted the fashion pack wearing new season pieces and suddenly we knew we would want them all. Being a woman and therefore being a natural supporter of the feminist cause it seemed normal the power-woman tailored trend spoke to us. Worn by the likes of Mira Duma and Gilda Ambrosio it is a must-have this winter and it will make us happy to go to work, or the coffee shop for that matter, just to rock that executive look.

And because our job here is to find the best of the best for you ,well we found it. Ted Baker’s new A/W17 collection truly has it all! If you want to make the trend work for you there is no better place to start.

With a wide array of tailored pieces made of luxurious fabrics, we are in love. Upgrade your everyday look with otherworldly prints with names such as Kyoto Gardens, sporting butterflies which we learn are the symbol of love and transformation, a perfect omen for a successful back to school season.

If you fancy something a bit more understated, prefer one of their impeccable jumpsuit or tailored dress coming with lace detailing or subtle ruffles, you will be sure to make the right impression no matter the occasion.

Accessories have not been forgotten with feminine heels, silky scarves and structured purses. Throw a delicate kimono jacket - super hot this season - a soft leather vest or a wool and cashmere blend neutral coat for the most perfect professional finish.

See, we told you summer was overrated!

Discover our favourite pieces in the selection below or shop Ted’s entire A/W17 collection here.

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There's nothing new about the orient trend but this year designers really embraced the opulence and exoticism of the far east craze. Jacquard embroidered bomber jackets, oriental prints, Kyoto garden florals and kimonos were all seen on the catwalks. 


From top designers Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana to your favourite high street brands Ted Baker, PrettyLittleThing and Stradivarius, we are seeing signs of Shanghai nights everywhere. From dramatic oriental prints on silk, to dragons, tigers, floral embroidery and bags garnished with animalia hardware. 

The orient trend offers an amazing way to look astonishingly elegant and glamorous. If you don't necessarily want to stop traffic but still like a touch of the Far East go for one statement piece such as a slinky floral dress, a pair of gold earrings or silk kimono robe. 

Indulge in our exclusive edit of our must-have orient-inspired pieces below and shop your favourites!

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Underwear is not supposed to be seen - but what if their bright hues, dainty details and wonderfully embroidery demand that we show it off? That's when the bralette replaces common underwear and becomes a piece of everyday wardrobe that can instantly give character to an outfit. It would be a shame to wear a bralette underneath a sweater - instead, it can be the main point of the entire outfit. You can wear it over your t-shirt, underneath a mesh top, or layer it in unexpected ways. Read on to find out how you can rock your bralette this summer, and which ever way you choose you'll definitely make a statement! 


AT THE OFFICE 

If you're looking for a way to spice up your everyday power suit, try a bralette. Opt for a pink suit and pair it with a burgundy bralette, that you can wear underneath. Finish the look off with a pair of sleek mules and a leather drawstring bag. The bralette should peak from the suit just enough so you don't feel exposed. 

CASUAL SMART 

For a smart casual occasion try wearing the bralette underneath an embroidered top. Pair it with straight leg smart pants, a metallic clutch and match the colour of your heels to the top. You're now ready for any summer gala! 

SUMMER FESTIVAL 

Summer festivals are the go-to place this season and bralette is the number one item to wear. Wear it plain with your black denim shorts and a kimono or wear it over your an old band tee. Finish your look with a black straw floppy hat, round frame sunnies, black leather boots and a floral cross body chain bag that ties in beautifully with the kimono. Rock on! 

WEEKEND GETAWAY 

If you're feeling bold turn the tables around on your classic button up shirt by wearing a bralette over it. Pair it with a skirt, comfy sliders, an oversized bag and oval sunnies and you're ready for your weekend getaway! 

Look through our image gallery for inspiration and browse through our selected edit of bralettes below!

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We're giving you an exclusive 15% off MaybeBlu with the code maybeblu15. What are you waiting for? Shop the edit below for amazing sleepwear pieces, all at a discounted price. 

From kimonos, to playsuits and two piece sets, you can make sure you go to bed looking your best...

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