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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 industry can be a bore or an extra piece of anxiety you don't need in your everyday life. It's actually why Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs used to wear the same "uniform" outfit every day (so not the same actual clothes but their clones so to speak) so they would have one less decision to worry about. And we know what they're talking about! 


There are many times when you can simply get away with a simple trouser and shirt combo, but especially during the winter season, we tend to fall into the 'samey' outfit trap. Sporting the same sweater a few days in a row. Dressing for work shouldn't be difficult if you simply invest in a few key items. For example, you have to own a versatile suit or a few blazers to choose from and wear them with shirts, jumpers, or t-shirts. Then go for a really great pair of trousers coupled with work- sweaters. 

If you want to step out the usual blazer and trousers uniform opt for a midi skirt, a pair of corduroy pants or (if your workplace allows it) a funky 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. 

Don't you believe us? Just head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop the best work outfits from our expert edit below! 

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Isabelle Herring
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What a fabulous look from blogger, Megan. A printed knit has been teamed with a spotted denim skirt and biker boots to create an epic outfit! I adore the denim jacket with the orange faux fur trim - so cute! #ootd #meganellaby #bloggerstyle #fashion #topshop Photo Credit: @meganellaby on Twitter

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What an amazing and pretty set on @julimizon on #instagram. So perfect skirt isn't it? I really love those details on it! #skirt #elegant #pretty #set #inspo

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Lina Psaila
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As we're clearly in award season mode we thought it would be the best time to get inspired for the ultimate black tie looks! During this year's Golden Globes the actresses made both a political and fashion statement by sporting black on the red carpet. All guests were encouraged to go for black in solidarity with the Time's Up movement, that calls for change by 300 women in film, television and theatre against sexual assault, harassment and inequality. 


The black colour was also intended to stop reporters from asking the "who are you wearing" question. And even if their "act of rebellion" lost the point in the terms that the colour doesn't define the dress, and men do get asked that question too. The end result was an array of black gowns and the race for who wore it best was still on.

If you want to play it "safe" then a black ensemble is all you need. Pair it with high stiletto pumps, a cute clutch, red lip and pulled back hair.

Go for a sleek pantsuit and leave the bra at home (just be careful of styling for a enviable and safe result). Add your fave heels a cross body bag and a great piece of jewellery for effect. 

Opt a dose of romanticism by wearing a tutu skirt dress with sandals a tiny clutch bag and some sleek makeup. 

For a vavavoom effect go for a long silk slip dress in a daring red, elegant black or sleek grey and pair with with sling backs a tiny 90s hand bag and a great hair piece. 

Head to our gallery for more red carpet inspiration and get gala ready by shopping our expert edit below!

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Isabelle Herring
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I am obsessed with this outfit! A simple grey turtleneck has been paired with a red, black and white kilt style tartan skirt - I’m obsessed! Would you wear this look? I definitely would! #ootd #tartan #fashion #outfitinspo #boohoo Photo Credit: @boohoo on Twitter

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Lina Psaila
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When comfort meets style we all gasp with excitement and relief! One of those chic combinations is the undeniable allure of wearing dresses with trainers. This trend started a few seasons ago and it shows no signs of slowing down. If you simply scroll on your Insta you'll find more than a few influencers sporting their favourite sneaker with a dress. If you're still unsure of how to wear the trend, fear not we have you covered! 


Take notes from Lilly Allen, circa 2006 and wear your favourite tennis sneakers with a full tulle skirt or dress. Add a hair bow for effect! 

One of the biggest pattern trends of 2018 is polka dots. So why not get your fave polka dot dress out of the closet and wear it with a chunky pair of "ugly" dad sneakers. 

Mix and Match. Go for a velvet floral number which is quite chic and evening and sport it with basic grey trainers to create a well- balanced outfit. 

Go for Bold. Try an ultraviolet (pantone colour of the year) dress and pair it with an equally vavavoom shade on your sneakers like mustard or blue. The end result is pure confidence.

Check out our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite looks from our expert edit below! 

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Recently I read one of the most genius styling tricks I’ve seen this season! Skirts under a shirt dress. The words sound silly, yet it is totally not! The trouble with wearing a shirt dress is sometimes the fabric is too thin and you just show your undies or, the breeze just kicks in! Here is the solution, skirts under the shirt dress. Open the lower buttons of your shirt dress and you nail two outfits with one look. A shirt dress from the back and a shirt skirt outfit from the front! #shirtdress #skirt #dress #style #tips #tricks #outfit #streetstyle #fashion #trend

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The best time to make your summer wardrobe is in winter because brands have summer clothes for sale, these skirts are comfortable and are topical and best of all is that they do not go out of style. Credits: Pinterest

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The midi skirt is by no means a new trend, and really neither is the pleated skirt. However, I feel this season I have seen more pleated midis than any season before it. Previously restricted to an evening look everyone is rocking this trend for daywear. I particularly love when they are styled as above (Instagram @soniafrancex) with an oversized jumper and even more oversized Chanel. A simple outfit that looks like you've been planning it for weeks.

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Topshop showcase some of the finest party shoes. And let's face it just because it's January doesn't mean we're thinking any less about putting on a pair of heels and grabbing a glass of prosecco. I am obsessed with shoes complete with a fur trim. So many stores are stocking them but this Topshop stiletto is beautiful. The dusty lilac is perfect for a blue jean but would look great with a more formal dress or skirt too. Image: Topshop

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In a post last week I mentioned that checks are imminently going to become all the rage. Styling a check look can be pretty simple. A plaid skirt and crisp, white shirt or polo neck, easy. But what about double check? Check on check? Check mate. The obvious way to do this it to opt for a two piece suit as seen on the left (whistles.com). This is a sharp and sophisticated look but still fun for work or play. Alternatively mix and match it up with a gradient of hues, as seen on the right (vogue.sp). A darker check pattern can be worn with a slightly brighter one as long as the colours don't clash.

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Lina Psaila
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January means detox, getting back to fitness after weeks of festivities, wine and delicacies. But this doesn't only include a subscription to your local gym or boxing studio. January is the perfect time to pack up and head to your closest ski resort to get a taste of that snow. 


We have selected the must-have outfits to sport on the slopes this year. There is a 70's vibe to the knitwear on trend this season. Chloe, Peter Pilotto and Carven showed zip chunky sweaters that you can pair with legging pants and a padded jacket. 

Go for icy white, blues and the Pantone colour of the year - ultra violet to your jackets and trousers. 

For apres, go for a skirt tonal creams, and chic browns for the ultimate ski resort look. 

Have a look at our gallery for more #skifashion inspiration and shop the best looks from our expert edit below. 

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