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Never fear to add a pastel and floral touch to your everyday Fall and Winter outfits, if you're still a Spring girl at Heart. Photo Credit Pinterest #spring #pastel #fall #trend #outfit #fashion

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As the seasons change, we transition into Autumn and look for the layers that will take us through to the Winter. So what are the style gurus wearing? We’ve done our research into the best pieces to invest in this fall and the key colours. 


CORDUROY 

Yes, this is a favourite amount the influencers, Lucy Williams and Camille Charriere are posing in their best corduroy jackets and flared trousers. 

CABLE KNITS 

A winter classic, layer these knits with your best coats and jackets. An easy addition to the winter wardrobe. 

AUTUMN COLOURS 

TAN, MUSTARD YELLOW, FOREST GREEN, BURGUNDY, CHARCOAL GREY. Warm and rusty tones, these distinctive hues are transitioning into the autumn wardrobes. 

TWEED 

We all dream of that classic Chanel suit, so chic and wooly, it’ll keep you warm and looking smart AF. 

CHECKS 

Always a winner, the Prince of Wales check is on this season’s hot list, its everywhere!

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Its time to hibernate. Its getting cold and time to be cosy so prepare for hearty winter stews, pasta, healthy soups and not so healthy but must have freshly baked, melt in the mouth cookies and warming hot drinks to keep the cold at bay.  


PASTA

The simplest of recipes, pasta is perfect and has so many variations and combinations. Carbonara and Bolognese are both perfect winter warmers. Find some great recipes and pasta ideas on @ pastagrannies and @padella for the ultimate pasta inspiration! 

PIES

Pies are so hearty and ideal for winter! Pile on the carb with some traditional steak and ale pie, or a great classic shepherds pie that is both filling, and nutricious. Jamie Oliver has some fantastic recipes ideas, or head to Delia Smith for the traditional enthusiasts! 

SOUPS 

A great healthy way of keeping those necessary vegetables and vitamins in your diet! They are low in calorie intake and can be prepared in advance in a big batch and frozen to last for weeks! Try amazing recipes from pumpkin to chicken noodle or chinese dumpling broths. 

COOKIES and BAKING

Two words: MARY BERRY, the queen of baking. You’re bound to find some great bakes here. Apart from being extra yummy, baking is actually a great past time with the kids or makes for a fun night in with mates. Maybe you can try your own bake off this weekend instaed of heading to the pub! 

HOT DRINKS 

This must be easiest of the lot for winter warming! We all love a cup of hot chocolate but this season spice it up and add a bit of turmeric to your hot drinks, try a vanilla chai or  pumpkin spice! 

There, all your winter warming ideas! Browse through our edit below and get all of your winter recipe essentials!

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Lina Psaila
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The buzz word of the moment, anti pollution beauty has arrived. Its all about purifying the skin and taking away those nasties and reviving tired skin doing the cold winter months. So for the city dwellers out there, here are some key products to look out for to save your complexion and get the glow. 


The cold weather weakens the defences and drys up the skin so protecting the skin from the elements is key  to anti-pollution beauty. 

Get your SPF in your daily moisturiser, try defence barrier boosting oils and glow activating serums. 

For after care, use a great cleanser with antioxidants and purifying charcoal masks. 

Have a look in our exclusive edit and get all of your winter skin essentials!


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Absolutely loving this outfit choice from Mancunian fashion blogger @meganellaby on Instagram! The mix of different patterns and colours just works so well. Faux fur and studded accessories are very in this Autumn/Winter ‘17 season, so therefore are great options within the look. The colour clashing of the yellow, red and blue tones here is something very special indeed - so effortlessly cool!

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Lina Psaila
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It's time to hibernate. Its getting cold and time to be cosy so prepare for hearty winter stews, pasta, healthy soups and not so healthy but must have freshly baked, melt in the mouth cookies and warming hot drinks to keep the cold at bay.  


PASTA

The simplest of recipes, pasta is perfect and has so many variations and combinations. Carbonara and Bolognese are both perfect winter warmers. Find some great recipes and pasta ideas on @ pastagrannies and @padella for the ultimate pasta inspiration! 

PIES

Pies are so hearty and ideal for winter! Pile on the carb with some traditional steak and ale pie, or a great classic shepherds pie that is both filling, and nutricious. Jamie Oliver has some fantastic recipes ideas, or head to Delia Smith for the traditional enthusiasts! 

SOUPS 

A great healthy way of keeping those necessary vegetables and vitamins in your diet! They are low in calorie intake and can be prepared in advance in a big batch and frozen to last for weeks! Try amazing recipes from pumpkin to chicken noodle or chinese dumpling broths.  

COOKIES and BAKING 

Two words MARY BERRY, the queen of baking. You’re bound to find some great bakes here. Apart from being extra yummy, baking is actually a great past time with the kids or makes for a fun night in with mates. Maybe you can try your own bake off this weekend instaed of heading to the pub! 

HOT DRINKS 

This must be easiest of the lot for winter warming! We all love a cup of hot chocolate but this season spice it up and add a bit of turmeric to your hot drinks, try a vanilla chai or pumpkin spice! 

There, all your winter warming essentials! Browse through our edit below and get all of your winter recipe essentials!

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M.J Ortega
Awesone ideas. I personally, love a good cookie and hot chocolate in the winter
Lina Psaila
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An easy place to visit with cheap flights and accommodation. Cycle through the city and see the stunning architecture along the canals. 


Baden Baden Germany:  Explore the local black forest and go on a country walk in the snowy hills. Warm up later at a spa with hot baths, massage and relaxation! Bliss! 

Talinn, Estonia: The best place for Christmas markets and a snowy cosy experience. relatively unknown, its got Eastern European charm, frosty surroundings and gothic architecture for a fairytale trip! 

Adventurous Winter breaks We've selected some great places to visit that aren't too far, under four hours flight from the Uk but feel pretty exotic.  

Reykjavik, Iceland : Stunning natural surroundings, lakes, northern lights, go to the Icelandic Capital for a real adventure packed full of activities. The mystical atmosphere and breathtaking landscapes are unique. Iceland is a once in a lifetime experience and ideal winter destination. 

Marrakech, Morocco: An aesthetic paradise of souks and markets, rich colour and a great place to get some much needed winter sun. Visit the Yves Saint Laurent Majorelle Gardens and do a short trip to the nearby Atlas mountains. (you can even ski there!) 


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Rock your Autumn/Winter with rock ankle boots! Black leather and lots of metallic details will be the perfect match!

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From Karl Lagerfeld's array of synthetics like plastic and PVC, to sequins and translucents at Acne Studios, future-forward fashion still donned the runways at the recent SS18 fashion weeks. Think Maison Margiela and Balenciaga! But the optimism and high shine of the Space Age emerged a while back on the Fall/Winter 2017 catwalks. Alessandro Michele's unisex Fall/Winter 2017 Gucci show was an extra-terrestrial amalgamation of human and crystal. 


Futuristic beauty trends also appeared, like glitter brows, chrome lips, and metallic hues, perfect for adding a dose of sparkle to your Instagram with the Kirakira+ app. Raf Simons' PVC-wrap fur coat for Calvin Klein is also a sensational example of fashion's growing obsession with Space Age Futurism reinterpreted from the '60s. With a shielding PVC overlay, the gold coat felt like an encapsulated treasure. Who wouldn’t want that? Sign us up, please! You know you're in a pure futuristic mode when tinfoil and Comme des Garçons get involved. We’re talking about a tinfoil hat, initially created in the ‘60s, an era ridden with conspiracy theories, to fend off government radio signals. 

Concurrently, the space race of the 1960’s and the first moon landings in ‘69 a year after Barbarella appeared on screen, inspired a whole new era of sci-fi glamour that is still relevant today. Fashion has since then always held a soft spot for the future! 

Eager to get in on the Space Age theme? SSENSE has a trendy selection of astro-chic, post-apocalyptic inspired outerwear, separates, and accessories. Shop the entire collection in our exclusive edit below!

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We had to completely re-think the word tacky this season with full on red outfits and so much plastic it would make anyone cringe. So re-structuring the red boot from questionable footwear choice to haute couture status was not as difficult. They are the standout shoe of the season which thankfully comes in many forms and sizes to suit all styles and mostly all the levels of tolerance with a sexy red boot. 


If you're hesitant you can start off by purchasing one of the most wearable types of boot-the ankle boot. Whether it's flat, with a stiletto heel, or is a sock boot you can sport this number with confidence. It can allow you to be extra normcore on the clothing and let your red ankle boot shine, or you can blend in red, burgundy and crimson details all through your outfit. 

If you're feeling bolder, go for the ultra sexy 80's vixen look with thigh-high red boots that will instantly turn heads and pair it with a skirt (the length again up to you|) or a long slit at the thigh skirt for extra oomph. Look to designers such as Ganni and Victoria Beckham and you'll see why these boots have become so popular. Looking for some more street style inspo? The likes of Margaret Zhang, Lucy Williams, and Emily Ratajkowski, have been sporting them on a loop, just browse through our gallery and see them in style action! 

Ready for that red boot addition to your Fall/ Winter wardrobe? Choose one of the styles from our exclusive edit below of all the best red boot styles of the season!


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We had to completely re-think the word tacky this season with full on red outfits and so much vinyl it would make anyone cringe. So re-structuring the red boot from questionable footwear choice to haute couture status was not as difficult. They are the standout shoe of the season which thankfully comes in many forms and sizes to suit all styles and mostly all the levels of tolerance with a sexy red boot. 


If you're quite hesitant you can start off by purchasing one of the most wearable types of boot-the ankle boot. Whether it's flat, with a stiletto heel, or is a sock boot you can sport this number with confidence. It can allow you to be extra normcore on the clothing and let your red ankle boot shine, or you can blend in red, burgundy and crimson details all through your outfit. If you're feeling bolder, go for the ultra sexy 80's vixen look with thigh-high red boots that will instantly turn heads and pair it with a skirt (the length again up to you|) or a long slit at the thigh skirt for extra oomph. 

Look to designers such as Ganni and Victoria Beckham and you'll see why these boots have become so popular. Looking for some more street style inspo? The likes of Margaret Zhang, Lucy Williams, and Emily Ratajkowski, have been sporting them on a loop, just browse through our gallery and see them in style action! 

Ready for that red boot addition to your Fall/ Winter wardrobe? Choose one of the styles from our exclusive edit below of all the best red boot styles of the season!


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It's Thursdayyy! And you know what that means apart from #ThursdayMontivation? It means it's time for your weekly treat of deals & steals that you can find exclusively on Shopcade! 

We start with outerwear, and more specific leather outerwear, one of the most trending jackets of the season. We didn't want you to miss out which is why we're giving you 60% off at River Island. 

Next up we want to take care of the coolness factor and add a few edgy items in our wardrobes. Head to ASOS offering 70% off selected lines.  

Finally we want a few staple winter classics, so we head to Karen Millen offering 50% off! 

Check out our gallery for more inspiration and our top picks below. 

Hurry! Sales end soon! 

ASOS - Up to 70% off selected lines (10 Oct- 17 Oct) 

Karen Millen - Up to 50% off (10 Oct -17 Oct) 

River Island - Up to 60% off (10 Oct- 20 Oct)

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