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Marianna Nagy
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This combination is girly, fashionable. How do you like it? #chanel #zara #louisvuitton

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Marianna Nagy
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Awesome sunglasses with an elegant #Zara white shirt. Those jewellery make this look more elegant. Photo credit @womanslook on #instagram #ootd #fashioninspo #outfitset

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Emily Beeson
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Sometimes the simplest trends are the best ones. Let’s be honest, on those days when you’ve ‘nothing to wear’ you can’t do much better than black jeans, a white shirt and a blazer. Sometimes less is more and that’s certainly the case with this summer’s hottest footwear trend…


Pool slides hit the runway a few seasons back and now they’re everywhere. We’ve seen classic monochrome iterations from Givenchy, studded slides from Chloé and our bejewelled designs in colourful satin by Miu Miu.

The high street also has an impressive line-up on offer – from Zara and Topshop to Mango, you’ll find pool slides at every turn. Now, the slide silhouette is simple and ridiculously easy to wear, meaning you can amp things up a little with the design. 

We love knotted and embellished styles, metallics to give those all-white summer looks a lift and neon for summer festival ensembles with denim cut-offs and glitter. Try satin, faux shearling or gingham for a cool textural look, or go super simple in a vacay-ready rubber pair.

Want to rock a pair of pool slides your way? Browse our gallery for inspiration and shop the edit below…    

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Marianna Nagy
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This look is cosy and fashionable! How do you like this daily outfit set? I think that green colour is very popular this summer. #ootd Slippers: #zara Pants: #hm Bag: #asos

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Marianna Nagy
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These sandals are comfortable, girly and so cool. These are perfect for a long walk, or you can wear them on your holiday, too. You can combine easily these ones for any clothes. #zara #sandals

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Marianna Nagy
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If you go to the beach, just choose a striped shirt dress with a summer beach bag such like this. Shirt dress: #mango Beach bag: #zara

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Emily Beeson
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Having great style doesn’t necessarily mean you should be decked out head to toe in labels. In fact, women with great style rarely opt for conspicuous logos. Mixing high street and designer is an art and so is knowing when to splurge and when to save. 


Looking amazing doesn’t cost the earth and our Editors are big fans of affordable brands, especially when they roll out a decent designer dupe or two. We asked them for their tips on how to elevate an outfit, the best designer pieces to invest in and how they make their line-ups look that little bit more polished…

Never underestimate the power of accessories

Can’t afford a designer handbag but can justify that silk scarf? Let’s not forget bag charms and clip-on shoulder straps by the likes of Coach, Fendi, Valentino and Prada. Maximalise your tote’s power to shine with a few high-end additions here and there. 

The same goes for your outfit. Tie that silk scarf around your neck, rock a Chanel brooch on your high-street denim jacket and rock expensive jewellery with every look. Jewellery is one of the things worth investing in – you’ll never grow out of it and higher quality pieces will last forever. Plus, most styles are timeless. 

Sunglasses are your best friend when trying to achieve that super-polished look and most frames look pretty high-end whether they’re marked with a logo or not.

Do look for convincing designer dupes

From Mango to Zara and even online exclusive brands like Chi Chi, a ton of affordable labels offer great designer dupes. So, if you can’t splash out on runway-fresh styles, rest assured you’ll be able to find a convincing imitation that suits your budget. 

We love floral maxi dresses for summer days, chunky buckle belts for off duty, guipure lace for all our big events and cool boxy and boho bags; there are so to choose from this season and all at a pretty reasonable price point. 

Buy clothes that fit – tailoring is everything

The most important thing to remember when trying to look chic is that you should be wearing your clothes, they shouldn’t be wearing you. The cut of an outfit makes all the difference so invest in pieces that fit you perfectly and get the ones you really care about tailored. Every woman should have at least one well-fitting jacket, dress and pair of trousers in her line-up.


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Marianna Nagy
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Ahhw, the summer is here, I really love this dress and slippers. It's perfect for your holiday. Sunglasses from #Asos, dress from #revolve and the slippers from #zara

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Lina Psaila
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Dare we say it? We love a high street wedding dress, especially as there’s no longer any shame in buying one. The high street has stepped up its game in recent years and offers a wide array of incredibly chic wedding dresses. That's one thing you can cross of your wedding prep list. Believe it or not, celebs are also jumping on the high street bandwagon. 


Take Emily Ratakowski's bold mustard jumpsuit by Zara for example. So many affordable brands are stocking amazing wedding dresses to suit every silhouette and style and ASOS is one of our favourite places to look. With a curated selection of gowns starting at $55, their stellar bridal collection followed on the success of the cult bridesmaid selection. 

Browse and discover beautifully-crafted gowns from Needle & Thread, TFNC and the ASOS own brand. Choose from silk, detailed lace, one shoulder, strapless or backless styles. You’ll find body-con and boho options and a departure from traditional white with baby blue, to lilac and soft mint on offer. 

For a more traditional approach, why not head to Dorothy Perkins for subtly shimmering lace details? The new bridal collection offers figure-skimming cuts and fluted skirts that exude elegance. 

Head to our gallery for more wedding dress inspiration and find your dream dress in our edit below…. 

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The scrunchie bag. First, we saw this trend with the Circle Bag of The Row and, shortly after, other brands like Zara, Staud and Loewe did the same. His name comes from his entertaining style, concentrated in the centre and retro airs.Credits: Pinterest

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Lina Psaila
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Pastel power suits are the latest IT-trend to emerge from the streets. This unpredictable Miami Vice-inspired craze started during Fashion Month and quickly spread into our everyday wardrobes. 


Pale greens, tender blues, dainty violets and sweet lemon are contesting traditional black and grey suits. Pastel hues, are taking over this spring both on the high street – think Mango and Zara but also the high end, with some incredible offerings from Tibi and Vetements. 

How to wear a pastel suit? 

Ice-cream chic tones can be paired with monochrome or clashed with other pastel shades in an array of styles; pinstripes, corduroy or knits, just take your pick. 

A pastel suit also looks striking when styled with white accessories. Add a pair of white booties, an oversized white tote or a white jacket and elevate your mint power suit. Or why not go bolder and pair a lemon overcoat with a lilac suit and white sneakers. 

Take Janette Madsen's Scandi-chic approach and mix tailored pastel pieces – imagine a lemon-yellow pants with a blush-pink sweater and blazer, pastel perfection. 

Editor’s Tip: Don't be afraid to mix your pastel-hued wardrobe with shimmering metallics for a stand-out evening look. 

Are you ready to rock the pastel power suit this season? Head to our gallery for inspiration and shop your favourite looks from our edit below…

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Hattie Cotmore
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There are always several bags on my wish list, I'm sure this comes as no surprise, and ASOS is always top of my list - maybe just after Zara. I spotted this whilst scrolling through ASOS's new in pieces today and I have to have it. This is the perfect summer bag. I wear a lot of white and pastel colours in summer so white is an ideal colour to throw on with any outfit. I love the boxy shape and the chain is a great statement addition. Image: ASOS

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