Not sure what to buy this week? Stylist Lulu Wentworth has some inspo for you via five of of the fashion team’s faves ATM. Shop the picks below and check out our video for more.”Shells are a massive trend (right now) in accessories and clothes. This is so cute for summer and was worn by Sasha Lane on the cover of ASOS magazine.”Next up we have this trouser suit in this really cool rich brown colour. It comes with a little bum bag that you wear around your waist.This is by L.F. Markey, a new brand for us. It’s made from maple wood and great for the beach or being a bit more chic when you go shopping.The milkmaid dress is huge at the moment, and this is a really beautiful one for a wedding or summer holidays. You could have a nice little dance in that…Finally, we’ve got these orange neon barely-there sandals. It’s a flattering shape and it’s great to add that pop of colour to your outfit.
Jumpsuits have been highly-sought after this spring, whether it’s on the runway or worn by the street style stars. And we’re not surprised: the ultimate easy outfit option comes in tonnes of new styles and colourways this season. Not sure how to style it for the everyday? We picked three of our favourite jumpsuits right now and styled them with different occasions in mind…Button details and neutral colours make for a formal take on the linen jumpsuit, which means you can even wear it to work.Pair yours with contrasting pastel-coloured accessories and an oversized blazer to inject some fun.Day off? Go for a black denim pinafore jumpsuit worn with a textured bum-bag, a classic biker jacket and chunky trainers. Minimum effort, maximum cool.A broderie lace jumpsuit is our unexpected go-to for nights out this summer. Complete the look with a vinyl trench coat and strappy sandals to make a statement.
Have you seen our Austin dress? Angel sleeves, a flattering silhouette and two kaleidoscopic patterns to pick from make it dress our favourite piece of the moment. Whatever colourway you go for, we styled five very different looks to prove it will be your new wardrobe hero…Reference all the pattern’s colours in the styling pieces to make the Austin really stand out.Instantly dress up the Austin by adding a pair of sleek heels and elevated jewellery.Throw the Austin over your bikini on your next vacation to take it from the beach to the bar.A suede shacket, crossbody bumbag and chunky trainers make the Austin a casual classic.Make the Austin office-appropriate by pairing it with a tight rollneck and preppy accessories.
Double up on denim for a casual yet super-stylish everyday look. For a boxy and playful silhouette — button the snow-washed denim jacket all the way up, tuck it into a color-matching skirt and roll up the sleeves. Wear with sneakers for total everyday edge.For your spring and summer party needs, a long brocade-print dress and gladiator sandals will get you a long way. Layer the snow-washed denim jacket on top to make the otherwise cute look more interesting. Go for extra impact by unbuttoning the skirt’s lower buttons and show off those sandals. Transform the denim jacket into a shirt by wearing it underneath a boxy oversized blazer. Match with two of S/S 19’s other key trend items — flip-flops and skinny-fit shorts! Bring some color into the mix with a pair of dashing earrings.
I have said it before, but I’ll say it again: My style is simple, but I like to think that doesn’t equate to boring. I still love statement pieces and a wide range of brands, and I even surprise myself from time to time with an out-there outfit idea, but when it comes to my day-to-day look, I like to keep it pretty minimal and classic. It’s funny, though, as it relates to today’s story, because those two adjectives aren’t exactly what come to mind when you think of street style, which, with each new season becomes more and more exaggerated, out-there, and over the top. However, I’ve realized that if you look closely enough, there are still a handful of showgoers who skip the many, many statement pieces and deliver simply good outfits composed mostly of basics. Don’t believe me? Just keep scrolling to see (and shop) nine street style outfits that even those with minimal style won’t be able to help but love.Simply tuck a sweater into high-waisted jeans and pair with boots in the same color family. The tonal effect makes a big impact.Style an oversize blazer with tights and your go-to ankle boots.Wear a pair of fun statement pants with a classic long coat so just the bottom peers out.Layer a white coat (or spring-ready vest) over any all-black outfit for an easy-yet-impactful look.It doesn’t get more timeless than a blazer, skinny jeans, and pumps—especially if they’re Manolos.Breathe new life into a tracksuit by pairing it with ankle boots and a camel coat.Style your favorite midi skirt with a white blouse and statement accessories such as layered necklaces, a bold belt, and/or animal-print ankle boots. While you may have to ditch the coat part now that spring is here, the idea behind this look still stands: white T-shirt, white jeans, white flats, and a pop of color in the form of a bag. Give your favorite suit set a spring-ready feel by styling it with strappy sandals.
It’s no secret lime green is one of the key shades we’re into this year. The bold colour can be integrated into your wardrobe in numerous ways, depending on how brave you’re feeling. Whether you just want to add hint of colour to your wardrobe or you’re ready to commit to an all-green look, there’s a way for everyone to try it. Discover how our favourite street style stars are doing the trend to get inspired…Ease your way into the trend by getting creative with carefully selected lime green accessories worn with a more romantic look. In the lead up to warmer weather, now is the perfect time to stock up on bold and colourful pieces to refresh your look this summer.Have some fun with your outfit by adding just a splash of colour. Take cues from the street style stars and layer a textured vest over a crisp shirt to make it feel more elevated. White styling pieces round it all off.If you’re feeling particularly brave, fully immerse yourself in the trend with an all-green look. A tailored suit is the easiest way to double up on colour without it being too full on. Then add accents of earthy and neutral tones to complete the look.
Have you browsed our range of maternity fashion lately? From figure-hugging midi dresses to the coolest over-bump jeans and babydoll wrap blouses – pregnancy dressing has never been more on-trend. And what makes it even better is that you can keep wearing your new investments post pregnancy! How? We picked three of our favourite pieces to give you some tips on how to wear them – bump or no bump…Dress down this flattering ribbed midi with our maternity shacket and a pair of comfortable boots. Post pregnancy you can detach the belt and wear it lower on your waist than you did with your bump to give it a new shape. Elevate it for dressier occasions by adding a pair of pumps and pearl earrings.Yes, our favourite satin skirt also comes in a maternity version! Tuck in a blouse from the maternity range during your pregnancy, then tighten the skirt around your waist with a belt and layer an oversized knit on top to be able to keep wearing it afterwards.A breezy babydoll blouse is a great way to dress up a bump, here styled with a pair of ripped over-bump jeans and animal print flats. After your pregnancy you can repurpose it as a mini dress by wearing a short skirt underneath.
Want to look like you’re ready for a Roman holiday? This elegant yet trendy look is all about the print. Opt for natural hair and makeup to prevent the outfit from becoming overly glamorous, and keep the accessories minimal. Full focus on the dress, please! A brown faux leather bag in a modern round shape updates the look but is discreet enough to let the print speak for itself. And remember – flat sandals with long dresses are always a good idea.If the brocade print is too cute for you, we have a solution: pair a feminine brocade-print shirt with utility pants in olive green to add a masculine touch. Tuck in the top and add a simple brown belt to accentuate your waist. The finishing touch? Flat shoes and aviator shades with yellow-toned glass.Create the perfect laid-back vacation look with a breezy caftan paired with wide palazzo pants. The long cream-colored blouse worn over brocade-print pants calms the impression of the outfit and makes an effortless (and super comfortable!) summer look. A pair of woven babouche slippers adds to the artsy vibe. For accessories, go for volume – but only in one ear. Leaving one earring out of the equation makes the look more interesting.
Getting dressed for a first date can be almost as nerve-racking as the date itself. You spend way too much time planning the perfect outfit, second-guessing yourself, and waiting on your closest friends to weigh in on what they think you should wear. To avoid all of this pre-date craziness, we have seven charming ensembles for you to keep in mind the next time you’re getting ready for a date. From a simple jean combination you can’t go wrong with to a skirt-and-sweater look you can wear from day to night, we’ve got you covered when it comes to planning your next first-date look. Keep reading for easy outfit ideas perfect for a first date. This easy go-to look with a little edge is the perfect way to be both comfortable and cool on a first date.You can’t go wrong with a dress-and-sneakers look, and this one screams laid-back cool.Try this look if you want to be on the more casual side. A bright or metallic statement top ensure it’s still special and if you want to take it up an extra notch, try it with heels instead of ankle boots.Dress up your favorite pair of jeans with a satin top and strappy sandals for a warm-weather date night look.
Ecru, off-white, eggshell – all shades of white are currently trending when it comes to spring dressing. The street styles stars have already picked up on the trend and are taking it a step further by going achromatic from head to toe. Want to try it yourself? Keep scrolling to discover how we’re styling three key pieces in the fresh colour scheme without it feeling monotonous…The easiest way to make things a bit more exciting when wearing all white is creating an interesting silhouette. Pair a V-neck dress with a sleeveless roll neck to change things up, then add some carefully selected gold details to round it off.Another way to get creative is playing with different tones: think an off-white pair of Balloon jeans styled with an ivory blazer worn as a top. Then, the accessories should follow suit.Linen, crochet, lace, denim – there are so many textures and fabrics to choose from. Keep things fun by mixing and matching fabrics at your own accord – the only rule is there are no rules.