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You've seen them on Kaia Gerber, the Hadid sisters can't get enough. It’s the ultimate winter staple and comeback item from the 90’s the era of grunge and tea dresses. It’s the easy way to toughen up any girly outfit and infuse it with some much-needed edge. Even before the Chicago grunge era of Nirvana and Courtney Love combat boots such as Dr. Martens, were causing head waves across the country with the punk rock of movement in all its vinyl, PVC and fishnet glory.


For 2018, the vibe is muted and nuanced. Although we may see lots of touches from the previously mentioned punk trends, the styling now has an amazing way of looking elegant and put together though maintaining that tough, rocker edge. 

Combat boots are also surprisingly complimentary to all shapes and sizes. They come with that tiny rubber heel that gives a few cheeky inches to a petite figure. Also, it has a very clever slimming effect. The chunkiness of the boot actually juxtaposes to the calf and elongates the leg as a result. Nothing wrong with that! 

Go for a full 90's resurgence look by sporting your combat boots with a frilly tea dress, minimal make-up and a knit cardigan. 

Try a student look and style your boots with a pair of denim shorts, a trench coat and a cool red beret. 

Opt for an 80's look by adding a LBD and fishnets. 

For an up-to-date take on the trend, mix a slip dress under an oversized knit and finish the look with a pair of white Dr. Martens. 

Have a look at our gallery for more inspiration and shop all of you essentials from the list below! 

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I'm sure that in the closet of every woman there is a black dress, whether short, long, slip dress, with eye-catching details, without sleeves, etc. Look at my gallery for more inspiration. Credits: Pinterest

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Fashion Week, of course, isn't just about the clothes but what the designers are styling them with. Jewellery has such an effect on an outfit, transforming that LBD from 9-5 to cocktail hour in a hot second. Tom Ford is known for being sleek and chic with just a bit of drama, that's what keeps it fun right? Kaia looked insane in this look in the recent Tom Ford show. These earrings are more than statement, they're over-statement and I love it. The simple smoky eye and nude lip work perfectly with the glam jewellery and obviously her hair is pulled back, not a focal point needed in this look. Incredible. Image: Vogue

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Red lips on Valentine’s day seems like the perfect beauty tradition. Not only can you leave cute kiss marks everywhere from your lover’s face to a note and on the mirror; they’re also bold and self-empowering. Slick on your most flattering shade (you might need professional help to find it), and your eyes are brighter, your smile wider and your pout is all the more enticing. It’s no coincidence that some of the biggest bombshells like Marilyn Monroe and cartoon Jessica Rabbit have made red lipstick their signature. And even though red is the tried-and tested colour of seduction, often used to uplift a LBD for unprecedented glamour after dark, it has plenty of daytime mileage with denim and neutrals as well.  


But you can’t deny how high maintenance red lips are. And not really suitable for actual kissing either because one unintentional facial smudge or teeth smear kills the magic. There’s a lot of prep involved too: lips need to be exfoliated, then outlined and contoured before filling in (Kylie Jenner popularised over-lining: where you draw beyond your lip line to create the illusion of fuller lips). Matte, gloss or stain is the key question and determines the impact. Matte is dramatic but gloss will catch the light more and a stain is the most natural of the bunch with just a hint of colour. Keep last season’s just-kissed lipstick trend in mind as well because the slightly smudged application is gorgeous and adds an air of nonchalance. 

Shop our expert edit below if you're planning to get lippy. 

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We always knew Rita Ora was at least a triple threat and the singer/actress/model (she’s a designer and presenter too) proved it with three on-point outfits in one night as she worked the pre-Grammy party circuit. Which sounds a bit excessive unless you’ve got the world’s most exciting brands at your disposal and fans watching your every move. First up was Ora’s take on the Canadian tuxedo- a denim jacket with denim jeans- which was unbuttoned enough to reveal a lacy black bra underneath. Besides breathing new life into the exposed underwear trend, the white heels she wore with it gave this cool, streetstyle worthy look a ladylike twist. A quick change later and Ora entered full bombshell mode, posing up a storm in a black figure-hugging dress with signature red lips and her blonde locks swept up into a tousled up-do. For her performance and final look, she went for a ruffled pink playsuit and sky high heels as she belted out her songs. Only blingy silver jewellery featured in all three looks. 


Kudos to Ora for expressing three different sides of her sartorial personality like a pro and proving that the trick to looking good and feeling great is confidence. It’s good to switch up your look once in a while and she’s clearly comfortable in everything she’s wearing. We can’t wait to see her final turn as Mia Grey in Fifty Shades Freed which is out next month.  

Smile and follow her lead by shopping these looks in the gallery above in the expert edits below. 

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Now that the rule that red and pink can’t be worn together has been well and truly broken, think of the new season possibilities. For starters, it’s a cool way to keep on wearing and freshening up all the millennial pink in your wardrobe and red was a big AW17 trend. You can also let this colour combo segue into your makeup bag too by switching up your lip, eye and cheek shades. But back to the clothes, and there’s no escaping the fact that designers and brands have made it even easier to get in on the action by teaming these shades on pieces together. Fire engine and fuchsia, tomato and bubblegum, even the lightest blush and burgundy for maximum contrast (which colour queen Roksanda and Valentino do particularly well) to ensure there’s a combination to your taste and skin tone head to toe. Throw in some neutrals and denim for good measure to break them up. 


We’re all well-versed with colour-blocking but red and pink are particularly potent together because the latter is derived from the former when you add white. As a result, these close colours clash rather than complement but so what? Both symbolise love, although red is sexier than romantic pink, and exude confidence and Valentine’s Day is a full-blown celebration of both. With so many outfit options to consider, we say forget the LBD or LRD (little red dress) and do it differently by wearing both together. Your loved one won’t be able to take their eyes off you.  

Check out the gallery above for styling inspiration then shop our top red + pink picks in the edit below. 

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We are all well versed in the LBD. The dress that hangs at the back of your wardrobe, ready for any and every occasion - because you know one day you will need it. But what about the LDD? The little denim dress. A classic day dress that everyone needs. Just like the LBD it is always ready. It needs little accessorising and can tackle any season. Thick tights, chunky boots and an even chunkier scarf in the winter, transformed with plimsoles and beach waved hair in the summer. The ultimate dress. Image: Instagram @alexachung

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Who said that you had to leave the denim items in your wardrobe only for casual occasions? Just like the early naughties, the party jeans are gaining back their reputation as capable LBD alternatives. Emily Ratajkowski certainly thinks so. She sported a pair of straight legged denim jeans with ripped hems with an ethereal silky embroidered kimono by The Kooples to add a bit of glam to the outfit. 


She wanted to add a bit more definition and sparkle to her evening look so she placed a pearl and crystal belt around her waist. She put her hair in a half - up Bardot-esque do for the ultimate effortless sexy result. She finished off the look with a pair of black heeled sandals and a leopard print bag. 

For a more comprehensive evening look go for a sequinned black top, and pair it with a belt over the knee black boots and a bright coloured tote bag. 

Let the top speak for itself and go for a statement off the shoulder ruffled top and pair it with mules and a cute leather clutch. 

Channel your inner Victorian vibe and go for the appropriate volume sleeved shirt, soft leather mules and an embroidered drawstring bag. Ready to sport your denim this weekend? 

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

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Winter blues are inevitable but a boring winter colour palette is not. This entire winter is about celebrating and adding many layers of bold colours as well as sparkly elements to lift up your mood. If you're too hesitant about sporting glam on your outerwear why not on your feet? Ever since Karl Lagerfeld sent out his models on the Chanel FW17/18 show last March girls everywhere are lusting over that perfect oversized pointy pair of sparkly boots with Kendall Jenner leading the fashionable pack. Luckily for out budgets, there have been many other variations of the shimmery boot in an array of shapes, colours and sizes. 


Try a knee-high silver boot over black leggings and your basic knit for a sparkly addition to your smart casual wear. But avoid clogging in material such as jeans inside the boot to avoid any undesirable wrinkly effects. For an evening party look go for a short LBD or try a long dress with a high side slit. The perfect way to offer glimpses of your favourite party boot. 

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

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We all have an LBD at the back of our wardrobe. A timeless classic that will always be a necessity. Last week Yara Shahidi was spotted in NYC styling the black dress a little differently. For a day look she has layered a dress over a chic white shirt, another clothing repertoire must-have. Playing with both feminine and masculine looks this is sharp, fun and incredibly cool. Image: Elle.com

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Take a quick breather from your Christmas dinner prep to consider what you’re going to wear for the festivities ahead. Because your trusty LBD or go-to posh top and jeans combo isn’t going to cut it here. If you’re re-reading the dress-code fine print on the invite of the Christmas Eve party you RSVPed to ages ago but kind of forgot about, just think easy glamour. Throw-on-and-go pieces that’ll ensure you’re ready in 20 minutes flat. Christmas Day is trickier because it depends on what your family traditions are. 


Midnight mass means you may be hotfooting from party to church without any time to change, but it’s better to be overdressed than underdressed in that case. For a daytime service: a dreamy dress or tailored trousers and shirt will carry you elegantly through. If you don’t plan on leaving the house, some charming pyjamas are perfect to relax, eat, open presents and watch TV in. For Christmas lunch or a pub drink, we’d recommend bringing out your (roomy) Christmas jumper again for another wear but teamed with a chic skirt or chino instead to nail smart casual. 

Our ready-to-shop outfit edits below will provide ample inspiration. 

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