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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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Lilac has officially become the color of this spring. I have seen it everywhere on the runways, and this outfit can show us why.  Being a soft and pastel color is perfect if you want to pair it with more strong color pieces like the purple prince skirt on this photo. A lilac dress with red devil heels could look as great as a lilac silk top with a leather pencil skirt, the fashion world is yours when it comes to this color.  photo credit: @whowhatwear on twitter  #fashion #outfit #spring #look

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Lina Psaila
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Pastel power suits are the latest IT-trend to emerge from the streets. This unpredictable Miami Vice-inspired craze started during Fashion Month and quickly spread into our everyday wardrobes. 


Pale greens, tender blues, dainty violets and sweet lemon are contesting traditional black and grey suits. Pastel hues, are taking over this spring both on the high street – think Mango and Zara but also the high end, with some incredible offerings from Tibi and Vetements. 

How to wear a pastel suit? 

Ice-cream chic tones can be paired with monochrome or clashed with other pastel shades in an array of styles; pinstripes, corduroy or knits, just take your pick. 

A pastel suit also looks striking when styled with white accessories. Add a pair of white booties, an oversized white tote or a white jacket and elevate your mint power suit. Or why not go bolder and pair a lemon overcoat with a lilac suit and white sneakers. 

Take Janette Madsen's Scandi-chic approach and mix tailored pastel pieces – imagine a lemon-yellow pants with a blush-pink sweater and blazer, pastel perfection. 

Editor’s Tip: Don't be afraid to mix your pastel-hued wardrobe with shimmering metallics for a stand-out evening look. 

Are you ready to rock the pastel power suit this season? Head to our gallery for inspiration and shop your favourite looks from our edit below…

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Oriane Pierrès
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We've solved all your sartorial woes. With Easter just a hop away, we are ready to welcome spring, even if the sun is playing hide and seek with us at the moment. This long awaited weekend is finally happening, and it’s on you to decide how you spend it. Family time or brunch with your best friends, your style should always be on point. We wrote a guide to be ready for every Easter occasion, keeping in mind how to reuse your outfits later this Spring:  


Pastel or floral spring
It’s hard to miss it, pastel colours are everywhere this season, and Easter is just another occasion to sport it. Lilac, pale yellow, baby blue… you name it! Frilly dresses or suits, these pieces are a must-have this season. Paired with high heels, you can choose its little sister, the floral print, if you don’t feel like lilac. 

Friendly time
Easter Sunday is the perfect excuse for a nice brunch with friends. You might want to dress up a little bit, with this je-ne-sais-quoi. Opt for trainers with a nice leather jacket, and a nice trousers or maybe that dress which has been laying in your dressing room for that night out that never came. 

Outdoor easter 
Spring is officially here but weather lets us a bit indecisive how to dress up appropriately when it comes to walks. Wellies or boots, sport them with a casual pair of jeans and a teeshirt, but don’t forget your raincoat and sunnies, to be ready for every situation! To stay in easter mood, think pastels!. 

Stylish egg hunt 
No egg hunt can happen without a proper basket bag. And good news, this year is wicker bag time! Mix it with a print dress, or some shorts and your favorites sunnies (if weather is ever in our favour this weekend!), but don’t forget to feel comfy to wonder around to find the precious eggs everyone is talking about.  

Cosy at home 
This weekend activity might resume into moving between your sofa and bed, catching up on your favorite TV shows and this book you’ve been longing to finish. But staying at home doesn’t have to necessarily mean to enjoy some staycation without style. Head for nice pyjamas or cosy outfits, and nice slippers, before finishing your look with your beloved accessories. If any unexpected guest shows up, you’ll be ready for a nice time together.

Shop our edit below for this well-deserved holiday!

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This lilac Western belt from ASOS is an absolute bargain at only £12.00, and is perfect for styling up those jeans! Add a simple t-shirt or crop top and you’ll be good to go! #belts #asos Credit: ASOS

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Lina Psaila
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Even though Pantone's 2017 color of choice was " Greenery", a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade symbolising new beginnings the truth of the matter is, the year felt like it was dedicated to millenial pink. Actually there's never been a year so chromatically in sync with Elle Woods wardrobe - Ever. 


But, as all Barbie things come to an end, Pantone's 2018 Color of the Year will be "Ultra Violet, a "spiritual, cosmic" purple that "communicates originality ingenuity and visionary thinking that point us toward the future". 

As predicted this already caused a riot with Ultra Violet’s relative hue Lilac causing a major craze. The fresh pastel shade was everywhere all over  the SS18  shows, from Victoria Beckham and Tibi at New York Fashion Week, before heading over to Emporio Armani at London Fashion Week and Céline in Paris. 

So how do you wear the ice cream shade with confidence? This season it’s all about keeping it paired back with clean lines. Try it on a sharp boutique pantsuit, a see-through blouse and a simple slip dress. The head-to-toe look is very bold so if you feel a bit unsure opt for a few accessories here and there like strappy sandals, a statement bag or sunnies. 

Are you ready to immerse yourself in head-to-toe Ultra Violet? Scroll down below and shop your favourite styles from our edit! 

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i'm honestly very excited for ultra violet
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I don't shop at Boohoo often. It's great for a top here and dress there but it isn't really a go to for me. That said scrolls Instagram today I stopped immediately when @lissyroddyy appears on my feed in this insanely cute lilac suit. The pinstripe two piece is adorable. It looks comfortable, simple and chic. The great thing about a two piece like this is that minimal thinking goes behind it, yet it looks completely pulled together. Image: Instagram @lissyroddyy

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Nanushka was born in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, more than a decade ago, but is finally getting under the spotlight. If you spend your days cruising on Instagram, you definitely saw the brand's design: maybe a dress, a coat... fashionistas love it! From Song of Style to NYC Bambi, without forgetting the French it-girl Caroline de Maigret, they all wear Nanushka.  

It's hard not to fall for its amazing outerwear, their famous lilac wrap dress. 

We had the chance to meet Sandra Sandor, the designer behind the brand, during Paris Fashion Week, for an exclusive interview, to chat about the story of the brand and what we should expect in the future. 


Shopcade: What brought you to fashion ? 

Sandra: Actually, it was a given way for me because my mother was a children's wear designer in the 70s prior to the fall of the Iron Curtain. Dressing was always a very important self-expression form for me. I wasn't sure that I wanted to become a designer until the age of 17. Then, I thought that I really want to try to study fashion design and it was very interesting because you know, in Hungary, there is no history in fashion and there aren't many fashion schools. I really wanted to study fashion somewhere where it was very relevant. 

After studying in the London College of Fashion, I went back to Budapest were Nanushka began, back in 2006. 


How do you define Nanushka's style? 

S: We usually think of ourselves as a bridge between intuitive and functional design. The clothes that we will keep loving and will become our wardrobe staples are those in which we really feel comfortable in as well. So, we try to execute this also in the design from the choice of fabric. We try to make everything washable. Nothing gets very wrinkly. It's comfortable wear for every season and good for both seasons. Of course, we do have fur coats for winter, but it has a soft feel.  

I don't think trends are ad-hoc things they reflect our surroundings and the people around us. Nanushka, from a design perspective is trying to be relevant for the era we live in. 


Where did you draw your inspiration from?  

S: My main source of inspiration as a designer it to try to create harmony, while mixing very distant cultural references, like Western with Oriental or Far Eastern. Actually, these two have been permeating through our collections. Sometimes even for three seasons, we kind of have a theme that carries over and we maybe add an extra inspiration. As a designer, I don't want to jump in too quickly. The next season is already coming, but I like to keep the inspiration flowing for longer. Mixing the Wild Western boots with Far Eastern culture has been going since Resort 18, carried over to our SS18. For Pre-Fall 18/19, we added 90s Berlin colors and silhouettes, as well as vegan leathers. 

Also, as a general inspiration, the traveling state of mind really inspires me. When you travel, you're very receptive, very open and almost like a child state of mind, and comfort becomes essential. 


How do you want women to feel when they wear your clothes?  

S: I really want them to feel confident, easy, effortless


Called the label to watch by fashionistas, how do you feel about social media ?  

S: Social media really helped us grow. We kind of think of ourselves as a lifestyle brand. We try to make our social media platform a moodboard of our brand and also a source of inspiration. Influencers is our secret in a way. We never pay for partnerships, but we work with influencers who represent our brand values. I think it's important for a brand to give to the right people, no with the biggest followers, because their followers are similar to ours. 


What's your favorite piece of the current collection ? 

S: From the SS18, our tiger-inspired print made with watercolor painting, and digitally printed on fabric fabric is my favorite. We made a pair of long pants from it called Nevada pants, inspired by pyjama pants from Coco Chanel in the 30s or 40s. She was the first woman to wear pyjama pants as a daily wear I think. 


What should we expect for the future collections ?  

S: The values and clashing cultures as a source of inspiration will definitely remain, I think it's important to highlight where I come from. Hungary has always been an intersection of East and West. The German Empire had a big effect on us, as well as Turkish culture and the Parisian Belle Epoque. At the turn of the century, travel was open for everyone. Hungarians and artists came to Paris to get some inspiration and change their values etc. So, when you come to Budapest, you'll find a Turkish bath on one side of the street, next to Brutalist buildings on the other side. So it's a mix of cultures. 

But going back to how I imagine my future collections, I think we're going to develop, while our core brand values and sources of inspiration remain. And spice it up with the season's trends. A good balance. 


If you had to pick only one piece you created, which one would it be? 

S: Hard question! But I love outerwear and our brand is really known for that. So I would probably pick a coat, specifically a robe coat. 


What are your do's and don'ts when it comes to fashion ?  

S: I don't really believe in do's and don'ts. I think you can get away with anything if you put it in the right context. 


What is the must-have of every outfit?  

S: The right pair of shoes, they define the whole outfit in the end. But I could also say that a good pair of jeans is a must. 


Interview was edited and condensed for clarity purposes. 

Shop our edit of Nanushka's designs below. 

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M.J Ortega
omg! this glossy lilac is mesmerizing!!
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Laura Leth, Danish beauty and fashion Instagram, is someone to follow. Her make up is always on point and perfect for when you're feeling a little uninspired by your eyeshadow palettes. I love this nail look. The sharp almond nail is my favourite shape and this colour is just insane. This sparkling lilac is sure to catch every eye, even your own. Of course Laura has matched her jewellery with her nails, because who wouldn't? Image: Instagram @laura_leth

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Over the past two rounds of fashion month, one recurring beauty trend we've spotted on the runways are graphic manicures; whether they've been bold and colourful or slick and monochromatic, there's a myriad of ways in which graphic and minimalist nails can be done.

From a dot to a line, a simple detail, this manicure was on every show: Opening Ceremony, Kate Spade, 3.1 Phillip Lim... you name it. Every colour is yours to play with, but our favour goes to black and metallic designs. And no need for a professional, you can try it yourself with a hair pin or pencil point dipped into nail polish before applying it to your nails. This minimal manicure won't let people indifferent. 

If you're more into plain colours, this season trend is all about lilac, following the colour of the year Ultra Violet. From head to toes, you can embrace this soft, pastel colour, for a smooth entry into Spring. 

And last but not least, metallic and glitter nail polishes are always there to bring some sparkle in your outfit. Shiny and glamorous make-up and outfits should not be limited to Christmas and Red Carpet, everyday should be a party, and that small fantasy will be the trick. And if you don't feel confident enough to rock a full sparkly manicure, an accent nail is an original way to embrace the trend. 

Head to the gallery above for nail art design inspo and a tutorial by Jaunty Juli then shop the kit below.

We haven't forgotten about nail care either so check out what nail strengtheners and cuticle oils from OPI, Butter London, Nails Inc. and Deborah Lippmann we've lined up too... Shop our edit below!


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