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Lina Psaila
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Dressing up for Saint Patrick's Day is no easy feat. You could do something as easy as throwing on a few necklaces and a rainbow shirt, but it's difficult to feel chic in that apparel. This year we want to scrap everything that says Saint Patrick's Day holiday overboard and instead try something we could actually wear on any day of the year. 

Here are a few of our favourite Saint Patricks Day Style Tips: 

1. HAT ADDICTION 

Since no Saint Patricks' Day celebration can evade the green hat, why not make it a fashionable one? Simply sport one of the season's favourites - the velvet beret- in a very fitting forest green hue. Now, you're ready to celebrate with elegance. 

2. STRIPE ENVY 

If you want to channel the party mood without looking like a green clown, go bananas for stripes. A unique blend of different sized stripes in green can infuse the right amount of celebratory mood. No need to go overboard. 

3. GREEN NEUTRAL 

If you feel hesitant about the deep greens why not go for a more natural shade? For example, try a neutral or khaki green hue and strategically organise the outfit around your main colour choice. 

4. NEON GREEN 

Go to the other side of the spectrum and opt for a neon shade of green which is a real head-turner. Don't go over-the-top, instead, add it in small details like your ankle boots or handbag. 

5. MATCH IT

Stick to one shade of green and match it head-to-toe. Then, add a cool accessory like a leopard pair of heels or bag to spice up the outfit. 

6. BLEND TRENDS 

Throw on your perfect blanket scarf, or puffer jacket and give a fresh perspective to your basic Saint Patrick's Day green outfit. Add some athleisure for maximum effect. The combination of trend and celebratory items will result in a much more comprehensive outfit that you can wear anywhere. 

7. ADD SOME TEXTURE 

Experiment by adding some interesting materials that will give depth to your outfit like leather, velvet or corduroy. As a result, the look will be more relevant and less costumey. 

Ready to rock your Saint Patrick's Day outfits with more confidence? Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop our edit below!

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A trend that seems incapable of going out of style, and one I doubt ever will be able to, is animal print. Be it a zebra top or some croc heels, it is the ultimate print and nothing can touch it. Not a polka dot or a stripe can come close to the empowerment or bold nature of the animal. Naturally I was ever excited to see it taming the runway this year. Tom Ford's take on leopard print was possibly my favourite in the herd. This red look is just insane. The trousers take me somewhere back to the nineties, paired with that classic low turtle neck and a larger than life coat nothing could strike down this outfit. I want it all. Image: Indigital

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I'm having a moment with Chanel. Okay I am always having a moment with Chanel. This tweed suit is absolutely stunning. I love the fact that there is so much going on, particularly the structures, yet instead of drowning the model the tapering of the jacket pulls the tailoring together. The stripe down the leg is a trend I'm seeing everywhere at the moment and oh how perfect it looks on top of tweed. Chanel you get me every time. Image: Elle.com

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We’ve got Scotland on the brain today because it’s Burns Night and it just so happens that the kilt is a key skirt shape for Spring Summer 2018. The former is a celebratory day in honour of Robert Burns, who’s regarded as Scotland’s national poet and the brains behind ‘A Red, Red Rose.’ Which is as good an excuse as any to indulge in a little haggis or a couple of hot toddies tonight. Take a look at the Balenciaga’s runaway show back in October. Iconic Scottish model Stella Tennant strutted out in an oversized stripe shirt, hybrid boot/leggings and the real star of her outfit? The tartan skirt in between, embellished with a silver charm belt. More polished than punk, even in Creative Director Demna Gvasalia’s progressive world.  


The kilt is traditionally a menswear garment, made of a clan’s unique tartan, with a sporran (purse) on top and nothing underneath. But the skirt has understandably crossed over into womenswear with a few tweaks of its own and a rebellious attitude thanks to punks and grungers appropriating it. Now you can find a kilt in a range of fabrics, patterns and colours, and then you can pick your ideal length and placement of pleats/leather straps. Mini lengths do still bring Catholic school-girls to mind, but also cult ‘90s film Clueless; while midi lengths are look-at-me elegant. And with checks never really out of style, you’ll wear your kilt year after year. 

Check out the gallery above for kilt styling inspiration and then shop your favourites from our edits of top picks below. 

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The kilt-inspired skirt is so cool!
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We’ve got to give it to Gap. Getting some of our favourite instagrammers to rock their rainbow stripe styles as part in their #12daysofcrazystripe campaign pre Christmas was a stroke of genius. Monica Ainley teamed her knit with white jeans and a khaki coat; @andfinally_ founders Anna Vitiello and Florrie Thomas’ cropped shots featured eye-catching jewellery and a beret; while the @belleandbunty girls wore theirs with mini skirts. Not only did the reinvigorated brand succeed in pushing rainbow stripes back on our radar with stellar styling inspiration, they also created this winter’s it pattern. 


Sadly Gap’s crazy stripe styles are largely sold out but you’ll find that plenty of your favourite brands and retailers have been lining up to push this colourful trend forward. From trophy tops to dazzling dresses, standout shoes and even activewear and swimwear- there are so many ways to lift your cold weather wardrobe and your spirits. It’s worth noting that the description ‘rainbow’ has been used rather loosely to encompass all bold and kaleidoscopic multi-colour combinations. And despite that, these stripes are just as timeless as their classic Breton counterparts and surprisingly versatile too. Trust us. 

Shop our riotous rainbow stripe edit below. 

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Women have been wearing trousers for around a century. Largely due to increased responsibility after the war, we could finally take off our skirts. Feminism has been deemed one of the many words of the year this year on the back of #MeToo movement. I guess it comes as no surprise therefore that our trousers have got a little more powerful too. The side stripe is being thrown on luxe joggers and flares adding a little more structure to trousers. This look from #Topshop (image from their Instagram) is just to die for. Chic and fun and, well, powerful.

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@gal_gadot on Instagram is killing it in this outfit. I'm not sure where she got these trousers from - I'd usually go to #Zara or #Mango for a piece like this. I love that she's made this totally casj with #Converse and a bomber jacket. Simple but effortlessly cool, the life of an Instagram girl.

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Bring on the Autumn and make way for knitwear. Our jumpers have been buried at the bottom of our wardrobes for the last few months but are slowly reappearing. As the conkers start to fall off the trees, the cold weather is looming and so is our need for knits! 

A classic, the stripe knit is one of our faves, it never gets old and will look great layered at work, on the weekends or a quick Autumn escape. From the original stripe black and white sweater to an asymmetric stripe from River Island, you are guaranteed to find something you like!

Find our selection of stripe knits below or search on Shopcade for more styles.

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Nainika Agrawal
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It's finally time for our end-of-the-week compilation of the best celebrity outfits we saw in the past week! 


Here are our top 5 picks. 

(P.S.: Once you're done seeing the looks, you can shop them all below!) 

Alia Bhatt in denim on denim 
Alia rocked a light denim cami top and jeans, which she finished with a long white jacket and black slip-ons. The definition of stylish while travelling! 

Sayami Kher in lehenga + crop top 
We always love a little Indo-western sartorial magic, so we obviously adore this lehenga + crop top combo that Sayami rocked at a recent event. 

Jennifer Winget in embellished jeans 
This outfit was the perfect combination of chic and funky, in our opinion—a crisp white shirt with an elegant gold stripe down the middle, embellished jeans, and classic nude pumps. 

Taapsee Pannu in a striped dress 
Taapsee has caught our eye ever since her superb performance in Pink, and she gave us major nautical vibes in this striped dress. 

Kareena Kapoor Khan in olive green 
Oh, mama mia! It's no secret that Kareena's been slaying us with her maternity style lately, but this outfit was on a whole new level. Bebo looked absolutely smouldering in this olive green maxi with a thigh-high slit! And we love that she kept the footwear nude so that the focus would be on the dress.

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani, Indian Express

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Nargis recently appeared in a classic back-to-school attire for Banjo promotions. What can we say, we are suckers for classic clothing and anything that involves skirts, collared tops and sneakers immediately becomes out fave! 


To keep it simple, she tied her hair up in a bun and proudly sported a studded finger ring which we believe compliments the outfit to its fullest. Not to mention, the stripes on her outfit is what gives us major inspiration to rock that outfit like a modish college girl would. 

This is a major fashion inspiration right here right now, guys. Go through our list below to find similar high street outfits that you can make yours overnight. Yes, it's possible.

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Ojas Kolvankar
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Ladies get ready to dip your toe into the global trend this season, Stripes! Yes, you heard it right. All stripes are in - Super-sized, vertical, horizontal, mix-match, layered, coloured stripes or anything in between. 


Dolce & Gabbana, Jonathan Saunders, Salvatore Ferragamo, Giorgio Armani, Prada, Stella McCartney and Chloé, all the leading fashion brands have shown their love stripes this season, so have our dear Indian designers like Péro, Anupam Dayal, ASA and Shivan & Narresh. Stripes have major statement-making appeal. 

Our fave B-town divas like Kajol Devgan, Deepika Padukone and Jacqueline Fernandez are following this trend and we are totes loving it. 

So Ladies what are you waiting for, scroll down to buy your striped dress now!

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