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High street winter warmers

High street winter warmers

Halloween is drawing closer as is Bonfire night. At this time of year all we want to do is wrap up and feel cosy! Here are a few of the best winter buys currently on the high street. Missguided Katy shaggy faux fur coat monochrome, £54.99 [read more]

Bershka A/W 2014 preview

Bershka A/W 2014 preview

Fashion giants Bershka have given us a sneak peek of their A/W 2014 campaign The Call of the Urban Wolves and every piece is breathtaking. Providing women’s and men’s clothing, the collection is an ode to technology, art and nature, [read more]

Sustainable style & vegan ventures with UMASAN

Sustainable style & vegan ventures with UMASAN

Altruism is well and truly on trend, but unlike most fashion trends, it’s vital for humane clothing to become the norm, rather than a fleeting fashion statement. We know that in time, crop tops and jumpsuits will make us shudder with [read more]

What to wear at the airport

What to wear at the airport

We’re here again in August with our suitcases out of the loft and on the scales to make sure we’re utilising all of the spare room. Then the thought strikes, what am I wearing to the airport?! We know it’s a tough one but we [read more]

Birkenstocks are back baby!

Birkenstocks are back baby!

As the trend for minimalist and regularly dubbed “ugly” fashion gains more force this summer, so do the Birkenstocks. Riddled with a varied reputation, these badass “geographer” sandals are back in fashion for the foreseeable [read more]

Following co-ordinates

Following co-ordinates

Looking back through the history of Hollywood, it’s surprising that co-ordinates have only recently hit the high street in a big way. Think Jean Shrimpton in that Lambretta advert, Twiggy in a 60s stripy two-piece, and Elizabeth Taylor [read more]

So jealous of your jelly shoes

So jealous of your jelly shoes

We all had a pair, normally with sparkles embedded in amongst the plastic. They were the height of cool in our childhood and now they are back! Jelly shoes are one of the best things from the 90s (and mid 80s to get specific) that have [read more]

Summer 2014 trend: tropical

Summer 2014 trend: tropical

If you’re having a tropical-themed party this summer, you’re in luck. There are tropical print items all over the high street. At the summer 2014 shows we saw tropical prints all over the catwalks at Saloni and Aquilano.Rimondi and now [read more]

Festival fashion: style tips and best buys

Festival fashion: style tips and best buys

The festival season is in full swing with Glastonbury taking the world by storm (quite literally) and Coachella spreading cross-continental summer vibes. It’s all about the music, sun, cider and most of all, style. Here are some tips to [read more]

Hippy weddings with a dash of Game of Thrones

Hippy weddings with a dash of Game of Thrones

With wedding season well and truly upon us, it’s high time we indulge ourselves a little bit by checking out the favourite trends. As ever, the glorious entity that is the “hippy wedding” has made its delicious comeback, [read more]

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