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Emily Beeson
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Show us a girl who’s tired of denim, we’ll wait. Whether it’s your favourite pair of lived-in boyfriend jeans, a cool cropped jacket or a pair of classic cut-offs, denim will always be a wardrobe staple for day, night, casual workdays, the weekend and beyond. 


We love a fail-safe tee and jeans look but we’re also partial to a little statement flair. From printed skirts to ‘70s-style wide legs and ultra-distressed detailing, denim is having a moment on the SS18 runway and on the streets. From Balmain to Valentino, Off-White to APC, statement jeans and jackets reign.

Layer your favourite pieces to keep the spring chill at bay and go for full double denim in a pair of raw-hem jeans, an easy roll-neck sweater and an oversized denim jacket with eclectic embroidery at the shoulders. With a bodysuit underneath, this is the perfect ensemble to take you from day to night with ease. 

Mix and match your washes with deep blues, indigos and black rinses worn together, opt for straight-leg styles with extra embellishments or go bold with a printed denim shirt dress, heeled boots and flashes of gold-toned jewellery.

Whatever your vibe, we’ve created the ultimate denim edit of cool denim pieces to inspire you this season. Shop our favourites below... 

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Dressing for Spring is always an adventure as you dabble between winter and lighter items to suit your mood and temperature degrees. Then, there are those that seems like they were created for transitional weather take the windbreaker for example. Although it had a bad rap it recently made a great comeback. Perhaps it's due to our love for athleisure that has allowed designers to offer us a brand new range of elevated windbreakers and athletic accessories. 


Take Alexander Wang's super sporty version of eye-catching windbreakers both full-length and cropped styles. Sacai and Louis Vuitton also served us with an array of embellished styles including patterns and sequins. Last fall, innovative funky windbreakers made an appearance on the runways of designers like Isabel Marant and Valentino. 

But, more recently Paris street style proved that these jackets were among the standout trends. The brightly coloured styles from the 80's and 90's are gaining massive popularity especially paired with other streetwear faves like vinyl pants and dad sneakers. 

Celebs also gave their own styling tips. Take Kaia Gerber who was spotted in a windbreaker zipped over a turtleneck with jeans and her favourite white sneakers. Gigi Hadid appeared in NYC sporting a vintage windbreaker with plaid trousers and boots. 

Pair your own windbreaker with a spring dress, dad shoes and a cross body round bag for the perfect daywear outfit that you can wear to your brunch or to run errands. Opt for an old-school version and don it over a crop top leggings and sneakers for the ultimate athleisure version. 

How will you be sporting your windbreaker this Spring? 

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

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Valentino aren't known for splashing their logo across their products, so in typical style they've simply teased with a logo instead. It makes the designer element a little more understated than other brands and actually looks very cool. The studs aren't something I'd usually go for but I think with a simple outfit this would be a great statement. Image: Valentino

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Living in as unpredictable a climate as we do in the UK, its hard to know how to dress for the weather. But one thing is for sure, the trench coat is an all year round winner when it comes to style! As far as cover ups go, the trench is excellent for rain or shine, layered in the winter or worn in the summer as a light cover up. 


Perfect bridge between winter and spring, the trench coat is undoubtedly a fashion favourite and has been ever since it was invented in 1850. Aquascutum claim to have been the first fashion house to design the classic coat, followed by the famous Burberry trench when Thomas Burberry used garbadine fabric and designed it as an army raincoat. 

This hardwearing raincoat has evolved into many different forms since the early 1900s. SS18 reinvented the classic transitional staple, when we thought we had seen it all. Layers, corsets, fringes, Céline, Christian Dior and Valentino amongst others proved that this must have was far from boring. From the classic beige garbadine coat to satin and leopard print, the evolution of the trench has exploded from corporate to casual. Shopcade has some excellent styles available, from a classic trench to a more rogue design. 

With Spring finally here, there is no better time to invest in a trench. We are all looking for that back to sunshine uniform and the ideal coat for milder months ahead. Find your perfect trench coat below, dress it up or down and wear it day in and day out. It will remain a pillar of your wardrobe forever.

Shop our trench coat edit below!

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Lina Psaila
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One of the most immediate trends to emerge from fashion month was anything and everything plastic. Whether it was see-through opac black made of PVC or vinyl, plastic interpretations were appearing everywhere during AW18. Think long practical raincoats at Burberry, moto futurism at Valentino or Chanel's chic 1960's see-through version including capes and boots. 

Even Yeeze caught in on the trend and presented thigh-high tubular boots. Most designers were looking at the trend ironically, attempting to elevate the plastic fabric which is associated with food preservation to a fashion trend. Kind of like 2010's obsession with trash bags. 

Street style was also heavily focused on plastic wear especially when it came to rain gear. Admittedly this trend is challenging to wear IRL even though the synthetic fabric has made its way into our mainstream attire starting from the collections of all our sartorial favourites.#000000"> 

It was Karl Lagerfeld who truly gave PVC an haute couture dimension not only by the artistry with which he crafted the clothes but also by styling them with modern Chanel tweed suits. They were word under feminine hooded rain capes in plastic, denim jackets and skirts were trimmed with plastic fringe while he created low-heeled boots in clear plastic as a luxury alternative to our common rain boot. Similarly, Demna Gvasalia and Acne Studios opted for sleek plastic raincoats. 

This season the trend dominated New York and London alike. Philipp Plein was most experimental by layering faux fur and metallic pieces while Jeremy Scott opted for Space age and taking cues from Barbarella in the 1960's.When it comes to styling, work the trend around your everyday essentials instead of adopting a head-to-toe look. 

Take influencer Yoyo Cao's example by layering a transparent overcoat over a classic camel trench, white tee and distressed denim. Try a plastic trench belted with a Gucci belt or simply invest in plastic accessories: From a see-through bag to a hat or boots, there's always a more nuanced way to incorporate plastic in your everyday attire. 

Browse through our gallery for more plastic-fantastic inspiration from fashion month and scroll below for our edit of the most eclectic plastic items you need to own! 

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