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corina bello
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Between the fringes and other bohemian trends, the fashion bloggers have adopted the mini suede skirt combined with fringed jackets, blue jean shirts and white shirts among others. What are you waiting for to have yours? Credits: Pinterest

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The trend of the midi skirt is one of those that has been going around for a good amount of time, but now, the silhouettes, shapes and patterns have given a new life to this garment.Credits: Pinterest

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M.J Ortega
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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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Marianna Nagy
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What a lovely satin, floral skirt! I really love this beautiful look. 🌺👗 Photo credit @chique_fashion_inspiration on #instagram #ootd #satin #skirt #floral

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Lina Psaila
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We love those rare moments of pure fashion optimism, like the one we're seeing now: designers are presenting bold colourful rainbow patterns in defiance of all-black everything. From '70s - inspired T-shirts and hoodies to technicolor skirts and show-stopping striped dresses. So during your spring clean this season, consider an influx of rainbow-patterned pieces to update your look and put a smile on your face. 


Wondering what rainbow-inspired items to buy? 

We've compiled a comprehensive checklist with all the colourful pieces to shop now... 

Straight from the runway

Take cues from Peter Pilotto and Dolce & Gabbana SS18 and adopt a bold, bright rainbow-hued wardrobe full of statement dresses, T-shirts and accessories. 

The knit 

Invest in a rainbow knit that will take you from the colder temperatures into spring and summer with ease. 

The pants 

Go for a sporty iteration with a pair of white trousers with flattering rainbow-hued stripes – a cool twist on the trending tuxedo pant of last year. 

The technicolor skirt 

For an extra dose of swag go for a sparkly version of a rainbow shaded skirt. We agree the with Alice + Olivia's motto that The World Needs More Sparkle, indeed. 

That '70s tee 

Opt for a rainbow striped t-shirt or a bright patterned piece for colourful retro vibes. 

The unapologetic bag 

Who says a handbag has to be monochrome? Instead, use your bag as a decorative accessory featuring rainbow stripes – the bolder the better. 

A spectrum of hues 

Heading off on an early summer vacay? Invest in a colourful striped one-piece swimsuit and make it pop by adding white accessories. 

Editor's choice: Hesitant to try the trend? Then go for some rainbow-inspired accessories – earrings, pendants, bracelets and rings that will infuse your look with playful attitude. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your fave pieces from our exclusive edit below... 

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Federica Caiazzo
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Want the perfect look for Coachella! Follow the same rules of fashion week but go indie style. And this skirt could be a perfect fit to get the attention of street style photographers. The more you wear cool stuff the more you’ll get exposure! #coachella

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Hattie Cotmore
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I have followed Samantha Maria for years and have always loved her style. She's a great influencer to follow for high street trends and high end accessories. This has been my favourite of her Coachella looks so far. This skirt is awesome. I love how it's cut, perfect for swishing around at a festival. Instead of pairing the pink strips with another shade of rose she's opted for a burgundy bralet. Another festival classic in lace. White trainers and sunglasses are the only way to complete the look. Image: @samanthamariaofficial Instagram

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Marianna Nagy
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Simply, but very feminine wear. Do you like the nude colour? I often wear this colour on myself. I love my nude coat, shirt, skirt as well. Sometimes my nails are nude, too. #ootd #fashion #nude #inspo Photo credit @chicnchic_factory on #instagram

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Lina Psaila
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It's back. The festival that created its own unique dress code is returning this weekend and if you're one of the lucky show goers we have a few tips for you. Packing for Coachella doesn't have to be a daunting task. You don't need to acquire a Native American headdress to impress. In fact, avoiding fancy dress and going for a chicer approach will make more of a statement. So assuming, you’ve already sorted out your luggage, we’ll help you with the packing. 


Do's and don'ts when packing for Coachella…

Don't bring a one-piece 

Jumpsuits and bodysuits look cute but they’re a no-no at a festival, as you'll be stuck in long toilet cues and you'll have to change in and out of your one-piece. Instead, go for the simpler version with a bralette, cut-off jean shorts and western-style booties. 

Do light layering 

Considering you'll be faced with the adverse weather of the desert, see-sawing between high and low degrees it's best to resort to layering. Wear your swimsuit top, with a flowing skirt or denim shorts, your booties and a kimono or denim jacket for after dark. 

Do practical bags 

Backpacks and cross-body bags are your safest bet come festival season. You can store larger items with ease: say your water bottle, SPF, phone and deodorant while leaving your arms and hands free to fist pump and dance the night away. 

Don't do sandals 

We know the model pack often strolls the California polo fields in sandals which looks adorable during the day but not so practical during the gigs. Instead, go for cute white sneakers or ankle boots that will elevate your outfit and keep your toes safe at the same time. 

Do glitter make up 

Add some extra sparkle by adopting the festival look without going full unicorn. Some stick-on gems, glitter eyeshadow and shimmering lip balm will leave you looking fresh and ready to party. Avoid heavy eyeliners and dark eyeshadow as they tend to smudge in the heat. 

Editor's Pick: Add a dab of self-tan before you hit the festival for an extra glow. Just remember to wash your hands immediately after applying it and stay away from stain-prone clothing like your whites and crochet bikini tops. 

Now you're done and ready to party the weekend away! See you in the fields…

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop all the festival essentials from our edit now…

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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 industries, can cause anxiety that you just don't need in your life. We’ve all experienced ‘decision-making stress’. It's actually why Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs used to wear the same "uniform" to work every day, so they’d have one less decision to worry about. 


There are plenty of times when a simple trouser and shirt combo will do, but we tend to fall into the outfit trap of looking samey, especially during the winter season, sporting the same sweater a few days in a row. 

How to create the perfect work capsule wardrobe…

Dressing for work shouldn't be difficult if you simply invest in a few key items. For example, opting for a versatile suit or a few blazers is a great idea because you can change the look up with shirts, jumpers or T-shirts. Then go for a really great pair of trousers coupled with work-ready sweaters. 

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

 Want to build your own capsule wardrobe? Just head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop the best work outfits from our edit below…

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Shopcade
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After a decade of minimalism, sleek lines and simple colours, trends inspired by disco and the '70s are bringing bold textures back into fashion. From Gucci to Versace, designers reinvented the vintage trend with a modern twist, finding inspiration with IT girls Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber and eschewing the desire to blend in. 

We love everything that sparkles and shines around Christmas and a sequinned number never goes amiss, but honestly, it's a shame to leave those glittering outfits hanging in our wardrobes for the rest of the year.

We're donning our sequins for spring, gearing up for a summer of festivals and long balmy evenings. We can't get enough of sequin embellishments on everything from heels, to clutch bags and evening gowns. Shop below and prepare to feel like the queen you are,...

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Hattie Cotmore
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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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