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This @azzedinealaiaiofficial acetate knit halter and corset strapped skirt is just wow! Worn by Gail O'Neal for Vogue's May 1986 issue. It was classy then and is still classy now. #red #hot #Vogue Credit: British Vogue

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NYC born, Carolyn Compres is the author and Founder the C Statement and a contributor to Taste The Style. She's a Fashion Merchandising student, wife and mama of two who feeds on chocolate and vino. She's an amazing example of a young mum with an exquisite sense of style and our Influencer Focus this week! We caught up with Carolyn and talked about current go-to items, her personal style and all that behind-the-scenes-work that goes in maintaining a blog today.


What compelled you to start a blog?#500050"> 

I had always wanted to do it but it wasn’t until I gave birth to my first daughter and had to spend a lot of my time at home that I did it. I didn’t feel like I could be at an office from 9-5 because my daughter was too young and I just couldn’t do leave her (first baby problems). Doing this really made me think of things I could do from home and that I was still passionate about, and it occurred to me that I had always wanted to blog. I had a lot of fears, especially the fear of being judged but I got passed them and did it. I am extremely glad I did because I couldn’t be happier with what I have accomplished in a year.#500050"> 

What's your relationship with fashion? How did it start and what motivates you to keep at it?

Ever since I was a little girl I was extremely passionate about dressing up. I guess it started by seeing my mom and looking at her dress up, it just made me really interested in fashion. I used to collect Vogue Magazines back when I lived in the Dominican Republic and I knew I wanted to dress like those people I saw on the magazines. It’s not hard to keep motivated at it because I feel it comes naturally but sometimes I get a ‘fashion block’ just like writers do and that’s when it becomes a little harder.#500050"> 

How would you define your personal style? Do you have any icons people accounts that you follow?#500050"> 

I don’t have a definition for my personal style. I would like to think I am a chameleon, I am willing to try anything at all and I guess that what makes my style. When it comes to inspiration, my biggest inspiration is everyone and everything I see on the streets of NY. Instagram accounts that inspire me are @alwaysjudging and @mirandamakaroff. Both very different styles, but they inspire me in so many ways on a daily basis.#500050"> 

What do you enjoy most about mixing and matching high street with high end clothing i.e. from YOOX?#500050"> 

To me, it has always been about the clothing. It doesn’t matter what brands I am shopping or how much does it cost, all that matters is that I like it and I think that’s what I love about it. Using clothes that you are genuinely proud of wearing and not because someone is paying you or because it is socially acceptable to wear it.#500050"> 

Can you give us 3 styling rules that you abide by?#500050"> 

I don’t think there are any rules in fashion and that’s what I love about it. You should wear whatever you feel like wearing and forget about the rules.#500050"> 

What are your current go-to items when getting ready in the morning?#500050"> 

My current go-to items in the morning are my white Mango boots, my Gucci belt, and my Tory Burch sweater (Its freezing in NY).#500050"> 

What's the biggest misconception about having your own blog?#500050"> 

I think the biggest misconception about having a blog is that you need to wear certain items, or that you need to follow certain rules. Be yourself, be confident, and don’t give a shit about what others think.#500050"> 

What's your morning routine? (makeup beauty styling breakfast)#500050"> 

I love skin care, and it’s something I want to talk a lot more about with my audience. Although it might sound vain, but your face is so important because everything you do with it people will see. There is no covering up, although makeup helps it isn’t magic. That’s why having a good beauty routine is important, I am still learning about my face therefor not claiming to know anything about it but the most important thing about my morning routine is my skincare routine, I wash my face with Avène : Cleanance Gel, then I tone with Caudalie: Beauty Elixir, then I essence with SK-II: Facial Treatment Essence, then I use a serum from the Glossier 3 pack and then moisturize with Avène: Cleanance Expert, and finish with Milk Makeup’s: Cooling Water for under eye puffiness and  Sunshine Skin Tint which contains both SPF and a little bit of preservative free foundation. I am not a breakfast person but I always have a Starbucks Grande Nonfat Capuccino to go!

What projects are you working on now?#500050"> 

There are many exciting projects on the works. A lot of brand collaborations coming at the end of the month and then there are other personal projects I am little too superstitious to tell just yet.


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NYC born, Carolyn Compres is the author and Founder of the C Statement and a contributor to Taste The Style. She's a Fashion Merchandising student, wife and mama of two who feeds on chocolate and vino. She's an amazing example of a young mum with an exquisite sense of style and our Influencer Focus this week! We caught up with Carolyn and talked about current go-to items, her personal style and all that behind-the-scenes-work that goes in maintaing a blog today.


What compelled you to start a blog?#500050"> 

I had always wanted to do it but it wasn’t until I gave birth to my first daughter and had to spend a lot of my time at home that I did it. I didn’t feel like I could be at an office from 9-5 because my daughter was too young and I just couldn’t do leave her (first baby problems). Doing this really made me think of things I could do from home and that I was still passionate about, and it occurred to me that I had always wanted to blog. I had a lot of fears, especially the fear of being judged but I got passed them and did it. I am extremely glad I did because I couldn’t be happier with what I have accomplished in a year.#500050"> 

What's your relationship with fashion? How did it start and what motivates you to keep at it?

Ever since I was a little girl I was extremely passionate about dressing up. I guess it started by seeing my mom and looking at her dress up, it just made me really interested in fashion. I used to collect Vogue Magazines back when I lived in the Dominican Republic and I knew I wanted to dress like those people I saw on the magazines. It’s not hard to keep motivated at it because I feel it comes naturally but sometimes I get a ‘fashion block’ just like writers do and that’s when it becomes a little harder.#500050"> 

How would you define your personal style? Do you have any icons people accounts that you follow?#500050"> 

I don’t have a definition for my personal style. I would like to think I am a chameleon, I am willing to try anything at all and I guess that what makes my style. When it comes to inspiration, my biggest inspiration is everyone and everything I see on the streets of NY. Instagram accounts that inspire me are @alwaysjudging and @mirandamakaroff. Both very different styles, but they inspire me in so many ways on a daily basis.#500050"> 

What do you enjoy most about mixing and matching high street with high end clothing i.e. from YOOX?#500050"> 

To me, it has always been about the clothing. It doesn’t matter what brands I am shopping or how much does it cost, all that matters is that I like it and I think that’s what I love about it. Using clothes that you are genuinely proud of wearing and not because someone is paying you or because it is socially acceptable to wear it.#500050"> 

Can you give us 3 styling rules that you abide by?#500050"> 

I don’t think there are any rules in fashion and that’s what I love about it. You should wear whatever you feel like wearing and forget about the rules.#500050"> 

What are your current go-to items when getting ready in the morning?#500050"> 

My current go-to items in the morning are my white Mango boots, my Gucci belt, and my Tory Burch sweater (Its freezing in NY).#500050"> 

What's the biggest misconception about having your own blog?#500050"> 

I think the biggest misconception about having a blog is that you need to wear certain items, or that you need to follow certain rules. Be yourself, be confident, and don’t give a shit about what others think.#500050"> 

What's your morning routine? (makeup beauty styling breakfast)#500050"> 

I love skin care, and it’s something I want to talk a lot more about with my audience. Although it might sound vain, but your face is so important because everything you do with it people will see. There is no covering up, although makeup helps it isn’t magic. That’s why having a good beauty routine is important, I am still learning about my face therefor not claiming to know anything about it but the most important thing about my morning routine is my skincare routine, I wash my face with Avène : Cleanance Gel, then I tone with Caudalie: Beauty Elixir, then I essence with SK-II: Facial Treatment Essence, then I use a serum from the Glossier 3 pack and then moisturize with Avène: Cleanance Expert, and finish with Milk Makeup’s: Cooling Water for under eye puffiness and  Sunshine Skin Tint which contains both SPF and a little bit of preservative free foundation. I am not a breakfast person but I always have a Starbucks Grande Nonfat Capuccino to go!

What projects are you working on now?#500050"> 

There are many exciting projects on the works. A lot of brand collaborations coming at the end of the month and then there are other personal projects I am little too superstitious to tell just yet.


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There's now less than 2 months of 2017! How time flies! And as 2018 is just around the corner you may be thinking about getting a new diary or just a notebook to doodle in. There are hundreds of designs out there so you better get looking before the New Year creeps up on you! #2018 #diary Credit: British Vogue

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Fighting the cold temperatures while still looking elegant and stylish is never an easy feat. However, there are a few brands out there that have nailed the winter edit, boosting this season’s most prominent trends like ruffle sleeves and berry red shades. Trilogy have an amazing selection of products featuring all the major AW17 trends. 


Velvet is undoubtedly one of the most decadent and seasonally appropriate fabric to keep you warm and chic this winter. Take your pick from a wide selection of #0000ff">velvet jeans, denim, jackets and blazers, and immerse yourself in the true holiday spirit! Find a generous selection of statement coats that will keep you in vogue and oh-so-warm all winter long. Puffer jackets, #800080">faux-fur coats, and leather outerwear, you can find them all here! 

Trilogy has a wide selection of premium denim that is both elegant and super comfortable. Go for a pair of dark wash jeans, skinny over straight, velvet over leather, whatever your choice may be, there’s a pair of jeans with your name on it. 

When it comes to party wear and seasonal dressing, Trilogy has also got you covered! From exquisite beading, to embroidery, sequins, velvet and faux-fur, you're bound to find a sequin top, dress, or a pair of velvet jeans that will give you more than a reason or two to celebrate! 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop all or your favourite styles from our exclusive edit below!

In partnership with Trilogy

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Edward Enninful's first British VOGUE cover was meant to cause attention, to make a clear statement that VOGUE UK is entering a new era, that it will be more inclusive more diversified and less elitist. In his quest for the perfect cover model he unsurprisingly went with British model and feminist activist Adwoa Aboah and for the revolutionary, female empowering and optimistic decade of the 80s in the styling and make up. 


Being chosen for the celebration of this transitional era must be a tremendous honour. Aboah has already appeared on the cover of American VOGUE alongside Ashley Graham, Liu Wen, Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid. She has also been on the cover of VOGUE Italia and i-D. She has an organisation for young women called Gurls Talk tackling issues that she too has suffered like depression and drug addiction. 

Her short boyish blonde hairdo speaks volumes of her non-challance and laissez faire attitude. She puts comfort and practicality up in her priority list without compromising her effortless style. From check pant suits, to large yellow aviator glasses, to a pair of simple denim flared trousers, to a black leather dress, her style is unapologetic, dynamic and 100% Adwoa. 

Browse through our gallery from our favourite Adwoa Aboah looks and shop your favourite looks from our exclusive edit below!

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This Miu Miu coat is what yeti dreams are made of. Faux fur is my all time favourite at this time of the year. It's stylish but cosy and can completely transform an outfit. The yeti coat is utterly cool. I have been on the hunt for a pastel yeti coat for a while but couldn't splurge on the likes of Miu Miu (in my designer dreams). Yesterday I stumbled upon a beautiful pastel pink yeti coat in #TKMaxx, an absolute steal and the perfect addition to my ridiculous growing coat wardrobe. To see my new coat head over to my Insta @hattiecotmore Image: Vogue

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How many times have you woken up and wished you could just roll to work in your duvet? With the new trend of the 'duvet coat' you actually can. It is finally acceptable to wear your bedding and when it looks as good as the floral #Bregazzi why shouldn't we? Image: Vogue

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Look how magnificent the Dolce and Gabbana marble staircase is! Wouldn't we all love to walk down those steps? This spectacular creation can be found in the new Dolce and Gabbana Old Bond Street boutique. Credit: ellie_pithers British Vogue #dolcegabbana

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#voguepartner #carrecouture Photo: British Vogue

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Last night it was revealed that the sartorial queen Rihanna will be hosting next years Met Gala spectacular alongside human rights lawyer Amal Clooney. The duo will be working with Donatella Versace to welcome the guests of the annual fashion meets art extravaganza. 


Last year's Gala was hosted by Katy Perry and Pharell Willams. It came as no surprise that Rihanna would be one of the hostesses as she has been a longstanding attendant of the Gala and her outfits are one of a kind show stoppers that are broadcasted across the globe for years to come. She truly emerged in the Comme Des Garçons outfit during the 2017 Gala. 

The Met Gala has provided us with a very innovative array of themes. 2016 was Manus x Machina, while 2015's Through the Looking Glass was a nod to China and 2013 was a celebration of Punk. Well, the 2018 theme has been revealed as Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. 

According to Vogue, the curator of the fashion exhibit Andrew Bolton will display how Christianity has aided the Catholic imagination. So we predict precious jewelled robes, gowns, over the top head pieces, crosses and a lot of Dolce Gabbana. 

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

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