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Emily Beeson
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Statement sleeves were huge last year (no pun intended) and we’re happy to say they’ve made a welcome return for SS18. Whether it’s for work, the weekend or a big event, everyone’s swapping simple styles for statement silhouettes.


How to wear statement sleeves… 

A statement sleeve works with just about any look so you can work them into your line-up with ease. Try teaming a ruffled iteration with a simple jeans and mules combo for an effortlessly cool off-duty look. For work, go bold with pressed pinstripes and fluted sleeves offset by a simple skirt and cute heels. 

We love a layered look so on chillier days, try teaming a classic blazer or denim jacket with a flared sleeve for a stylish twist. There are endless ways to rock this trend so put your stamp on it and flaunt those sleeves with flair.

Shop the edit below to see our Editors’ favourite styles for every budget… 

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When the rumours started a few months ago that Juicy Couture was returning bolder than ever I have to admit I was excited. As a young teen I lusted after a velour Juicy Couture tracksuit, as I expect many thirteen year olds did (okay yes I was fifteen). I am so excited to see that the brand have released updated versions that I think I could maybe get away with outside the house. On ASOS you can find the new Juicy tracksuit jackets for £75 which isn't too pricey. What I love is that unlike the noughties velour I think that paired with jeans or a denim skirt this could look seriously stylish. What do you think? Can Juicy return? Image: ASOS

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Lina Psaila
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This may be the year of the Scrunchie return. In addition to the recent scrunchie craze, there's an equal craving for over-the-top headbands in bold colours like red and royal blue. Those kindergarten hair-accessories are inspired by a need to return to a more naive era but in all honesty, they're just a fun way to accessorise. 


Fashion followers have welcomed back one of the most polarising accessories of the past few decades. In the 90s and naughties, there was a common consensus that scrunchies are dated even kitsch. They led a life as a definitive faux pas by the mainstream culture but were also considered hipster material by labels like American Apparel or Retro Vintage. 

But recently, scrunchies have been resurfacing as a bonified trend, a runoff effect of the 80s  revival. The renaissance trend of the 80s is about to become fully adopted by popping up to various collections. For example, Urban Outfitters has offered a wide display of different types of scrunchies varying from velvet to satin. Over at Balenciaga, their chouchou versions are made from lambskin and priced at almost $200. 

Amidst the emerging scrunchies craze, a new luxe scrunchie brand was introduced. Comfort Objects is an accessories label based in Denmark that transforms vintage Hermès scarves into silk scarves, priced at $112. Insta - favourite Ganni adored for the rainbow stripes jumper, white cowboy boots and polka dot pieces presented his own scrunchie offering. Just this week, blogger Camille Charriere snapped a mirror selfie sporting a red floral scrunchie from the Copenhagen brand costing no more than $20. 

Match the scrunchie pattern with your dress for maximum effect or opt for a red accessory to tie in the outfit. These accessories are best employed with a muted outfit like a creme coloured victorian blouse jeans and flats.

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

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Federica Caiazzo
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Make-up gets sequined this Spring! And not just because #Coachella is come back! Everyone is longing for color and make-up reflects the return of Spring! #makeup #trend

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Lily Niu
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A return flight to Ireland might be a bit tricky if you’re on the other side of the Irish Sea, but that’s no excuse not to celebrate St Patrick’s day. 

Luckily, we picked out all the best places for you to go to in London & Britain. That way you don’t have to waste time figuring out where to go, and you can spend all your time enjoying yourself. 

London:
#behindeverygreatcity. <="" div="">Prepare for more than 125,000 people spread all over Green London to celebrate St. Paddy’s day! This 3-days celebration is not only about all the Guinness you can drink, but also features the best of Irish culture. Expect Irish dance and ceilidh, open air gigs in some of London's most iconic places, going from Hyde Park Corner, to Haymarket, to Trafalgar Square, not forgetting Whitehall and Picadilly. 
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Saturday: 
#behindeverygreatcity. <="" div="">Hawker House will host a Six Nations with Guinness, with a England-Ireland game. Don’t forget to buy some ticket if you’re a big rugby fan (or your partner is). 
Camden Market, once the heart of Irish London, plays host to an Irish music trail, all played by female performers.
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#behindeverygreatcity. <="" div="">We are waiting for you at 12pm at Piccadilly to start the day with the famous parade. Picture Irish dancers, bagpipes and leprechauns. Trafalgar Square on Sunday is the place to be if you don’t want to miss the epitome of the festivities, featuring a line-up of well-known Irish acts and rising stars. This year, the performers will pay their tribute to Dolores O’Riordan of the Cranberries. You can also enjoy the craft market around the festival, showcasing the best of Irish making. And if you’re bringing the little ones with you, head to Pall Mall, the festival’s family zone. 
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What to do over the week-end in London: 
#behindeverygreatcity. <="" div="">St. Patrick’s Day is a good excuse to enjoy some of the rich Irish culture London has to offer. Tour guide Tony O'Donnell offers three tours to explore Irish history. The program: Friday is exploring the ramifications of the 1916 Rebellion in London, Saturday Camden Town (a good excuse to combine the Irish music trail with the tour), before finishing on Sunday with an Emerald City tour — running from Ludgate Hill to Covent Garden. 
If you’re more into arts, go to Pauline Bewick Art Exhibition, one of the most famous Irish artists, at the City Hall at The Queen’s Walk next to Tower Bridge. Here is a secret- if you can’t do it this week-end, the exhibition ends on the 21st of March. 
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Birmingham: 
Only Dublin and New-York can beat the St. Paddy’s Day parade of Birmingham, home to Britain’s only Irish quarter. The Sunday parade will set off at 2pm from Camp Hill, through Digbeth towards the Bullring shopping centre then loop back round again. 

Belfast: 
Northern Ireland's capital will feature a colourful parade with a free-to-access concert. The parade is planned for Saturday 17th, on the theme Global Belfast and will be departing from Royal Avenue at 11.30am finishing at Writers Square. After the parade, enjoy a free concert full of X Factor favourites from 1.30pm. 

Short of doing a bar hop, watching the parades and downing as much Guinness as humanly possible, let's not forget that it's an unspoken rule for all those celebrating to wear green so check out our St. Paddy's Day editor's picks below!

Whichever shade of green floats your boat- Mint green, shamrock green, khaki green or neon green- you can be sure we've found it in tops, dresses, jumpsuits, shoes, bags and accessories...
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With the weekend sure to be packed with St. Paddy's Day celebrations, there's still time to grab something festive to wear!
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It all started with the return of the scrunchie. Only a few years ago we started pulling out our lacklustre hair bands to tie in the scrunchie (we all had the velvet #UrbanOutfitters one right?). And now the revival of hair-wear has found its second accessory - the hair slide. I know what you're thinking, those bright, tinny things we wore in the nineties? No. These are more grown up. The likes of Bottega Veneta are designing subtle but sparkly hair slides which are making it to the catwalk. What do you think? Can the hair slide really grow up! Image: Vogue

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The general mood at Paris Fashion Week has been in line with the overall fashion aesthetic of frivolity, celebration and glam! We saw glitter galore and pretty in pink looks that marked the glorious return of the blush! Although there's nothing new about the blush the way it's applied has changed a lot. Applied in small amounts around the cheekbones the pink blush denotes to a healthy, outdoorsy look or I just finished my Zumba class face. In the 80's the blush was employed in a much more extravagant manner. The 80s pop-punk icons like Debby Harry Madonna and Boy George used ample amounts of bright pink blush giving away a more rock 'n roll vibe than a ladylike touch. 


At the SS18 Paris Fashion Week backstage, the vibe was similar. The lines were drawn to create an effect going as high as the eye creases. Very different from following the natural shade and silhouette of the cheekbones which was done recently. That "buffing" effect was all the rage at Clio Peppiatt but also at Sophia Webster where cheekbones were swept up and emphasized with rosy elements. Over at Chanel, there was a clash between the blue eyelashes and the peachy cheeks, while Valentino went for that punkish brow to cheekbone technique. 

You can easily incorporate this look and be as adventurous as you like with it. Take it down to an everyday makeup look by using a powdered blush on your cheekbones. Add a liquid rose blush for that extra glowing effect. For a night out go for a bold party look in tone ranging from peach to bright fuschia! 

Head to our gallery for more #makeup inspiration and shop our best finds from our expert edit below! 

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corina bello
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First, it was the little librarian bow, we were so distracted with the return of the scrunchie, that we did not see another trend coming even more unexpected. The hairband that you wore as a child and that you still have, but to put on makeup or go to the gym. Have a look at our gallery for more inspiration! Credits: Pinterest

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Lina Psaila
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With only ten days away from the New Year it's time to say goodbye not only to 2017 but to all the fashion trends we loved and welcome 2018 with open arms. Last year saw the resurgence of many brands, the return of logomania, a bloom of mid-tier designer brands, sparkles, loungewear as daywear, vinyl, reds, and who can forget millennial pink? Now a little wiser we take a look at the trends you'll want to invest for next year! 


NEW TRENCHES 

Take cues from Loewe SS18 and invest in a trench coat that is a bit different than your classic version. It may feature cutouts, fringing or even alternative colouring to your regular camel hues. 

FRINGES ALL AROUND

Speaking of fringing, this is another trend borrowed from previous seasons that is still going strong for 2018. Get inspired by Acne Studios, Diane Von Furstenberg, Calvin Klein and Elie Saab. 

CHECK, PLEASE 

Yes, the check trend is not going anywhere soon, but like all things, it's growing and getting better. This year, add a few unexpected colours to your usual grey palette and don't hesitate to experiment with textures. 

WHITE OUT 

Probably influenced by menswear one of the biggest trends for next year will be the all-white-outfit. Think of Jennifer Lopez's outfit in the maid or a simple white blazer and trousers, as an alternative business attire. This is the perfect alternative to 2017's colour suiting. 

ANIMAL LOVE 

So 2017 saw a boom in animal print with leopard print taking centre stage and brushing off any previous trashy connotations. This year, the animal print expands from leopard print to include snakeskin, animal print patches and it's not only for your shoes and bags but also for trousers or jackets. Have a look at our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our exclusive edit below. 

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They say that in fashion everything comes back and today we have an accessory that we used to use and that now return. We talk about the hairpins, which this Christmas begin with the aim of decorating our hair and bring a different touch to the final look.Have a look at our gallery for more inspiration! Credits: Pinterest

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A Return to the 90s, there is a garment that is gaining a unique place in the world red carpets. It is the slip dress or the lingerie dress of all life. The main one in charge of making this type of dresses become the kings of the party was the model Kate Moss, back in the 90s. But, what is happening lately? Well basically, we are attending a whole reinvention of the lingerie dress Credits: Pinterest.

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These £29.99 Zara boots make a return again!

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