TOPSHOP:7 Of The Most Iconic Suits Worn By Women Ever

Nothing says power dressing quite like a woman wearing a suit. What started as a way for women to break down gender norms in the ’60s has long become the most effortlessly cool thing you can wear and has been spotted on some of the most stylish women in history through the decades. From Princess Diana to Lady Gaga, discover seven of the most iconic suits worn by women ever…

  1. Brigitte Bardot (1967)
    Brigitte Bardot defined the look of the ’60s and is known as the ultimate sex icon of the time. Here she proves that a two-piece suit can ooze just as much sex appeal as a slinky mini dress. We love the detail of going for one row of buttons, rather than the classic double-breasted style.
  2. Julia Roberts (1989)
    Julia Roberts famously ditched the evening gown for an oversized suit and tie ensemble at the 1989 Golden Globes where she picked up the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in Steel Magnolias. It doesn’t get much more iconic than this.
  3. Princess Diana (1997)
    Anything Princess Diana was seen in became an instant trend, and it was no different when she wore an array of power suits in the ’90s. In 1997, she even ditched the royal gowns and wore a suit to an auction of some of her own dresses in New York.
  4. Spice Girls (1998)
    The Spice Girls wearing matching suits? Sounds like pure girl power to us. At the premiere of their Spice World film, the ultimate girlband came decked out in matching suits but each member added their own touch in shoes and bras.
  5. Blake Lively (2018)
    What does the power suit look like in this decade? If we go by Blake Lively (and that’s always a good idea) the two-piece should be as neon-coloured as possible. Extra points if you add a matching top and add some contrast with your shoes and lipstick.
  6. Cara Delevingne (2018)
    It’s no secret that Cara Delevingne is one of our all-time favourite it-girls. Her androgynous look that always challenges the norms, is truly unique. We can only dream we could pull off a full tuxedo (including a top hat) as well as she does.
  7. Lady Gaga (2018)
    When Lady Gaga showed up in that oversized Marc Jacobs suit at the Elle Women in Hollywood event it was already an iconic moment. What made it even more memorable was her moving speech in which she declared: ‘I decided today, I wanted to take the power back. Today I wear the pants.’

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/08/7-of-the-most-iconic-suits-worn-by-women-ever

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TOPSHOP:How You Can Keep Wearing Your Sundress When Summer Is Over

September is just around the corner and whilst we’re still being blessed with some sunny days, cooler temperatures and rainier days are undoubtedly on the horizon. But that doesn’t mean you have to banish your favourite summer dress to the back of your wardrobe – there’s mileage in it yet! You just need to know the tricks of the transition-season trade…

  1. Go for long sleeves…
    If your summer dress is well equipped with long sleeves, then half the battle is already won! In this case, simply slip on a light blazer (tailoring is going to be big this season) and some socks and you’re good to go.
  2. Tie up a T-shirt…
    A cool way to give your strappy midi a new-season update is to wear it with a T-shirt on top. Tie your tee in a knot at the front to give the silhouette some shape, pair with chunky boots that match the
  3. Layer on top…
    Throwing on a jumper and a denim jacket is a quick and easy way to take your floaty floral number from height of summer to September and beyond! Playing with light neutral shades will prevent your outfit from looking to heavy or wintery.
  4. Switch up the shape…
    Just like adding a T-shirt, wearing a blouse over your mini dress is a fresh way to mix up the shape and vibe of your look. Wear this outfit to the office and, if post-work evening plans are on the cards, pair with sleek knee-high boots and a light shacket.
  5. Add a thin knit…
    We’ve already discussed jumpers on top, but how about wearing one underneath? A knitted ribbed top in a staple shade is a chic way to add another layer to your dress without hiding any of that pretty summer print. Win, Win!

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/08/how-you-can-keep-wearing-your-sundress-when-summer-is-over

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TOPSHOP:Get The Taylor Swift ‘Lover’ Look With These 5 Outfits

Taylor Swift released her latest album Lover on Friday and if you think that we’ve been playing it on repeat ALL weekend and already know the words to every song, you’d be absolutely right! Unlike the grungy badass mood of her last album, this one’s all about confidence, head-over-heels romance (classic Taylor) and total self-love! The aesthetic? Think hazy pastel hues, kitsch glitter, lots of pink and all out glamour. We were feeling the vibe so much we styled some outfits based on our favourite tracks…

  1. Lover
    Taylor Swift has officially said goodbye to her bad girl Reputation detour and is back to her old ultra-femme tricks. Pairing this cute preppy skirt with a blush halter-neck top totally fits that vibe. Of course, some heart shaped hoops will be necessary too!
  2. Cornelia Street
    Cornelia Street is an ode to the loved-up memories Taylor Swift has from the time she lived in her London apartment in Greenwich. We’d like to think this floaty, golden outfit is the type of thing she might have worn on her Sunday riverside strolls…
  3. Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince
    Fairytales have always been a theme in Swift’s songwriting, but in this track she also references her past as Pop’s biggest ‘snake’. Accessorising a romantic ruffled dress with some crystal snake clips is a subtle nod to the singer’s tangled history.
  4. The Man
    Alongside all the love ballads, there are some strong political messages woven through this album. The Man is all about tackling gender inequality and reclaiming female power -channel this confidence with a bold holographic mini and a cool vinyl jacket!
  5. I Think He Knows
    If you take a look at Swift’s instagram feed right now, you’ll find a burst of bubblegum shades and shimmering glitter. Stick to this pastel colour palette with your outfit and then add even more excitement to your look with diamanté jewellery.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/08/get-the-taylor-swift-lover-look-with-these-5-outfits

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ASOS:YOUR CARNIVAL-INSPIRED LOOK FOR SS19

It’s the August Bank Holiday, and you know what that means: Notting Hill Carnival is coming to London. Yep, the yearly celebration of Caribbean culture is back with its colourful parade, amazing food and banging street parties. And whether you’re in London hitting up the festivities (hello, next-day delivery), or just want to bring some of that Carnival flavour to your long-weekend line-up, we’ve got just the ‘fit…
Of course, if your Carnival itinerary involves actually dancing on a float, the traditional getup usually includes feathers and sparkles. But if you’re planning the slightly more subdued option of shaking your stuff in the street to a sound-system, embrace the OTT vibe via a bold colour in a streamlined silhouette.
Take this Reebok dress – it’s a sporty, laidback look that’s loud and proud, tapping into the neon trend that’s (still) everywhere ATM. While you might usually pair a statement piece like this with a plainer shoe, now’s the time to go for kaleidoscopic kicks like these Nike Air Max trainers – it is Carnival, after all. Plus, those cushioned soles are ideal for all that dancing you’ll be doing. For an extra touch of glam, some hoop earrings and skinny shades will finish it off nicely. And, of course, a slick bum bag so you’ve got both hands to enjoy that delicious Carnival food gracefully. Ideal.

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https://www.asos.com/women/fashion-feed/2019_08_23-fri/a-carnival-inspired-look-2019/

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MISSGUIDED:The A/W Campaign has arrived

Let’s start Autumn as we mean to go on
Let’s level up for the autumn/winter new season with layers you can dress up or down. Stop what you’re doing and scroll to discover new go-to denim, statement outerwear and micro handbags smaller than your ex’s…
Outerwear
Take Autumn into your own hands, with outerwear, made to be layered. Our business-ready blazers and low key oversized bikers, mean that you’ll never have a “should I bring a jacket?” day again.
Denim
Make mine a double. Let’s forget the whole “jeans and a nice top” phase and make it all about the denim. Our new bold tones and washed out hues are everything you are gonna be double tapping on Insta this season.
Accessories
Phone ✓ Keys ✓ Purse ✓ Tiny handbag that fits none of them in ✓
Didn’t you know that size matters? Small bags are having a serious moment right now. Our new collection is filled with croc bags in every colour. So impractical but we just can’t stop buying them.
Animal print
Good news, animal isn’t going anywhere. We believe that more is more when it comes to print. We’ve got your wild side totally covered with faux leather snake print, leopard mesh and western-inspired cow print, because this ain’t our first rodeo.
We’ve got instant add to bag dresses, jackets and denim for every event in your super busy social calendar. Whether you’re shopping for the bank holiday weekend (who isn’t?) or upgrading your wardrobe for the new season, we’ve got you covered. Elevate your look and shop the full Autumn Winter collection before anyone else.
Wanna be in the know? Keep an eye on our Fash edit to be the first to browse all of our new as they happen.

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https://blog.missguided.co.uk/clothing/the-a-w-campaign-has-arrived/

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H&M:EASING INTO FALL

Based in Oslo, but often off to explore a new city, photographer Maria Van Nguyen (also a fashion designer and art director) captures the beauty of this world through her wandering lens. Her eye is drawn to motifs found in nature and architecture; spaces she says are filled with emotions that set things into perspective. We asked her to share some thoughts on aesthetics, inspirations, and what quality means to her in life and fashion.
“Like my mind, my aesthetics are calm, poetic and emotional. I’m confident in the way I dress, and feel at ease in understated, classic and relaxed garments in natural tones and materials.”
“To me, quality fashion means garments that are comfortable, timeless and long-lasting. It’s products that you value and treasure for years, and in return they make your life easier, allowing you to go about your day.”
“I’m attracted to light, both physically and metaphorically. As a photographer, I look for quiet scenes and will veer off to the side streets to observe the beauty of the mundane. I aim to capture moments that are relatable, as a reminder of how we are all connected.”
“When I travel, I spend a lot of time at museums, walking through the streets, or posted up in parks – just observing.”
“Quality in life means making time for solitude – hearing your own thoughts, expanding your knowledge, and spending time in nature. It’s being present while giving full attention to your closest ones and nurturing your relationships.”
“Nature is life. Nature is inspiration and guidance. Nature gives us perspective and allows us to reconnect with ourselves and our thoughts when we feel lost.”

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https://www2.hm.com/en_us/life/fashion/featured-fashion/easing-into-autumn.html

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H&M:3 WAYS TO WEAR HOUNDSTOOTH

SPORTY, YET ELEGANT
The fastest way to dress down the classic houndstooth pattern is by adding a sporty vibe. Matching a crisp white windbreaker set with a houndstooth-print roll-neck top transforms the ladylike pattern from elegant to cool. Partner with grungy boots in black and white.
SWEATER WEATHER
Let’s ditch the classic, feminine way of wearing houndstooth and style it in a masculine, modern and maximalist way instead. How? By working with layers and mixing different houndstooth patterns. Complete the look with a pair of chunky sneakers.
BORROW FROM THE BOYS
The boyfriend blazer has been big in trend the last seasons, and this fall we steal our pants from the boys as well. And since brown is the new black, this oversized houndstooth two-piece, paired with a splash of retro orange, is the perfect outfit for the fashion girl this season. Are three trends not enough for you? Add some hair clips for an even more modern look.

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https://www2.hm.com/en_us/life/fashion/the-tryout/3-ways-to-wear-houndstooth.html

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TOPSHOP:7 Inspiring And Hilarious Life Lessons We Learnt From Our Favourite Drag Queens At Dragworld London 2019

This weekend, we headed to Dragworld London – Europe’s largest drag convention – to meet and chat to some of our favourite queens that have emerged from RuPaul’s Drag Race. Keep reading to discover which important and inspiring life lessons we learnt from nine of the best drag artists in the game, including legendary queen Latrice Royale, current reigning All Star Trinity The Tuck and internationally-acclaimed Britney impersonator Derrick Barry…

Tatianna: I’m excited to be in London anytime, it’s one of my favourite cities. I got to do Dragworld for the first time last year and just had so much fun, so I was super excited when they asked me to come back. I love just getting to meet everyone, not just the fans, but also the different vendors and queens. The fans are so polite here and everything runs so smoothly. I’m down to hug everyone, but everyone is so polite over here and asks ‘may I hug you’ – that’s what I’m here for!
Shea Coulée: I just love this city. London was the first place I came to internationally from the US when I was like 19 and did a trip with some friends. The first gay bar that I went to was here actually, because in the US you have to be 21 to go to a bar. I’m so happy to be back, because I’ve made so many amazing friends in my travels here.
Derrick Barry: I mean, I am here with Drag Race winners like Trixie Mattel, Jinkx Monsoon, Alaska and Violet Chachki. That’s amazing to be a part of. They’re so globally known and they’re a phenomenon. I just made top five so I’m happy that I’m here. It’s just amazing to be included and celebrated for what I do as well.
Latrice Royale: First of all, drag is everything to me. To be a part of such a tremendous event that showcases equality and inclusivity is amazing. There are so many little babies here and it just melts my heart to see young kids finding their inner diva through drag. That’s just fabulous.
Nebraska: I’m having the best time, everyone just has really positive amazing energy. Everybody here is a fan of drag and it’s good to be around our people. London is very special to me, I’ve met some really incredible people here through performing in drag. One of the girls that I’ve met before actually got my face tattooed and she’s here today. It’s cool that I’m building this rapport with people and get to see them every time I come back.
Dusty Ray Bottoms: I’m excited to be in London because we’re here at Dragworld. It’s a great way for thousands of people to get together and celebrate drag – and most importantly to celebrate each other.
Ginger Minj: I’m always just excited to be in London. London is my home away from home and I’ve spent so much time here. I would live here if I could. I know you guys have your own issues, but we have so much going on in America that I’m happy just to leave that at the border and come over here and really reconnect with the people I’ve met here. Every single person that I have met at Dragworld has become so close to me and I feel like I have a personal connection with the fans that I meet here, because I get to talk to every single person and the majority of the people that I meet here reach out to me on twitter or Instagram and we continue relationships and conversations. It’s become this really fun family reunion every year.
Trinity The Tuck: I think it’s important that we bring events like this around the world to let people embrace what it is to be LGBT, to be a drag queen and the art form. Also to show acceptance and that being gay or doing drag isn’t scary.
Tatianna: Deodorant. Some people really need to learn that lesson too…
Shea Coulée: Good skincare. Planes dry you out so much, so I always make sure I have some good serums and moisturisers with me. You just need those when you’re on the road.
Derrick Barry: I always have the pillow from Bed Bath & Beyond that you put between your legs with me. It’s supposed to align your hips with memory foam but I fold that as a wedge and use that as a sleeping pillow for next to the window on a plane. If you don’t travel with pillows it’s the most uncomfortable thing, unless you’re flying first class which, let’s be real, most people aren’t. I actually always travel with a pillow I sit on, one that I put behind my back and one for my head. So three in total.
Latrice Royale: My hygiene kit. You’ve got to at least smell good.
Nebraska: My boobs. They’re always in my suitcase.
Blair St. Clair: I never travel without hairspray. It can be used for so many things. I spray it on a little spoolie for my eyelashes, I use it on my hair to glue it down of course and the alcohol in it can break down stains! It’s like the all-purpose cleaner.
Dusty Ray Bottoms: My Khiel’s products! I need my facial products.
Ginger Minj: A bottle of Febreze. Everything gets to funky and nobody wants to smell like corn chips.
Trinity The Tuck: Obviously duct tape and my make-up. Oh and an international charger, that is a must.
Tatianna: At an event like Dragworld I definitely powder down way more than I would usually and I always bring a make up kit with powder, bronzer, my lipliner and lipstick just to touch up throughout the day.
Shea Coulée: Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray. It’s my go-to. It holds up like nothing else.
Latrice Royale: Well when it’s hot I have to repaint like five or six times. I literally pull out the foundation and do it all again. The key is really just to stay cool.
Nebraska: I sweat a lot, and if I don’t put on a setting spray my brows are going to come off. I use Green Marble setting spray because it is heavy-duty and that’s important for a queen like me.
Blair St. Clair: That’s kind of trial and error at this point. The number one most important part of make-up to me is the moisturising routine. Skincare is the foundation of any look and will make it last and look the best it possibly can. If you cleanse your skin well, if you tone your skin even better and then make sure that the pH balance of your moisturiser is perfect for your skin, any make-up can look good and last. And it took a lot of make-up to look this good…
Dusty Ray Bottoms: I use Kryolan sealing spray… did you read the ingredients on the back of that can? It’s probably terrible for you. I’m probably going to turn into a radioactive zombie someday, but listen, it keeps my face on all day so I’m okay with that.
Trinity The Tuck: Oh I don’t know, it probably hasn’t lasted! A hope and a prayer maybe? Continue to powder and I think that you get what you pay for, so investing in quality brands is always good.
Tatianna: I want people to feel good. I mean I’m just a normal girl that ended up being on a TV show, so just being able to meet the kids and make them feel good is important. I just want everyone to leave thinking ‘Tatianna was a cool ass bitch’.
Shea Coulée: I just want them to feel welcome and loved. I know in my persona I project a lot of confidence and fierceness but I’m really just a warm person and I love meeting people. I just always want people to feel comfortable and know that there’s someone here that loves this.
Derrick Barry: I wanted to bring two very different drag looks to show that there isn’t just one style of drag that can be sexy. Yesterday I did an army look, because Nebraska did her Marine’s military look, and today we’re doing Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion. I wanted to do two complete, extreme opposites that are both drag but one is generally considered more sexy I guess. To me they both are, so that’s what I want people to take away.
Latrice Royale: What I’m getting a lot of is how much I’ve inspired people and that I’ve helped some of them get out of a deep depression, their darkest times and they’ve overcome so much and feel good about their bodies that they’re in now. That’s just what it’s about. Celebrating who you are and loving who you are and drag does that for people. For them to take that away and be connected to me from that point is just amazing.
Nebraska: They paid money to be here and they’re a fan of drag so I want them to be happy. I want them to feel welcomed and leave being like ‘Nebraska was a cool bitch’.
Blair St. Clair: I really want people to take away the experience of acceptance and the fact that these events happen thanks to people that are so inclusive, loving and special. This is not an event that turns people away, it accepts and celebrates everyone.
Dusty Ray Bottoms: It’s always great for fans to meet the real people because, as awesome as Drag Race is, it doesn’t show a fully dimensional picture of who we are as people. It’s great that people get to see that I have a little personality at least.
Trinity The Tuck: I hope that they walk away feeling wanted and taking away a great experience. That’s my job and what I want for my fans. I want them to feel loved and accepted and that they are supporting someone who does care.
Tatianna: Don’t ever think too highly of yourself, because you’re just another person. Don’t get lost in the sauce. Do what you do because you love it and not because you want fame or money. If you’re doing it for those reasons you will never be happy.
Derrick Barry: When I was on America’s Got Talent, I was so thankful for the girl that booked our travels and I kept thanking her over and over again. Then she said ‘you need to start thanking yourself because you showed up’. Those two words ‘showed up’ just completely infiltrated into my life. I’m already that person that’ll say yes to anything but to have someone say ‘this happened because you showed up’ changed everything for me.
Latrice Royale: As soon I feel like I get monotonous in my career and I feel like I’m just doing the same thing, it’s time to feed my artistic side and do something different. I’m excited about that because 2020 I have some very adventurous moves coming up and exciting things happening. If you don’t take risks, you don’t move on and that’s part of the evolution of drag and of what I do.
Nebraska: To work in silence. What I mean by that is don’t announce your plans, have your goals, work on them privately and silently and make them happen. Once you accomplish them, let everyone else know.
Blair St. Clair: There’s two things I’ve learnt. The first would be stop and take breaks and the second part is to celebrate yourself. There are many times when I wake up and think ‘oh but I want to be there right now’ but I’m grateful for where I’ve come from and where I am today. Many times I forget that, but it’s important to always remember how far you’ve come.
Dusty Ray Bottoms: Gratitude and patience. I feel like the phenomenon of Drag Race has made a lot of people admire and love drag and run into it. But sometimes we don’t know how to pay our dues and we think we can just put a wig on and be superstars, so just learning to take a seat, take a breath and work on yourself is very valuable.
Trinity The Tuck: I think the most valuable lesson I’ve ever learnt is to be kind. It sounds cliché but kindness and love can really change the world. Right now we live in such a politically frazzled climate that the only way to counteract this hatred is to be kind to people.
Tatianna: Do it because you love it. You’re very lucky if you find a profession that you get paid for but you also love. A lot of people work because they have to. I know I’m very lucky that I get to be a drag queen, which means doing make-up and hair and performing. When you find that passion, really hone in on that and be really good at what you do – whether you make the income or not.
Latrice Royale: You have to have a thick skin. Number one. Being in drag is a career where you’re always under the spotlight and people are watching you and they’re going to share their opinions no matter what. It’s also very important that you know who you are as an artist and that you are an original and not a carbon copy.
Ginger Minj: You have to be yourself because everybody else is already taken. It’s cool to take the bits and pieces that you love from everybody else but you have to find a way to make it work for you. People can tell when you’re not being genuine. Just in life in general that’s the most important thing.
Trinity The Tuck: Be you. Try whatever you want to do with your art, it’s your art. Don’t do what you think other people want you to do. You should try many different things, invest in your craft, get yourself a couple of wigs a couple of costumes and heels and practise. Also, don’t pass up any opportunities to get experience and exposure.
Tatianna: Oh I have so many. I have to decipher all the ones that I want to judge myself on publicly… You know what, have you seen that meme about the Walmart boy with the cowboy hat? He released a song called ‘Twang’ and I heard it in a video on Facebook and thought it was kind of a banger. I downloaded it and gave him $1,29 of my money and I don’t even like country music like that.
Shea Coulée: I would say it would have to be ‘Friday’ by Rebecca Black. It’s on there. Sometimes you’ve just got to listen to it.
Derrick Barry: I don’t know if I’m embarrassed of anything. Maybe I have ‘Dear Diary’ on there from Britney’s ‘Oops!’ album… but that’s OG Brit, I’m never going to delete that! But I’d never perform ‘Dear Diary’.
Latrice Royale: It’s hard to say because I have a very eclectic taste in music, but I think people might be surprised to hear that I have a rock song on there that I used to play on Guitar Hero…
Nebraska: Well I’m in a relationship with Derrick Barry so I have every single Britney Spears album on there. I do love me some Britney.
Blair St. Clair: Oh I know… I have a Hannah Montana song. From like years and years ago… that’s just a little bit embarrassing at 24 years old…
Dusty Ray Bottoms: I listen to musical theatre so I have a lot of embarrassing stuff on there… Is Ashlee Simpson embarrassing? I love it though, definitely a guilty pleasure.
Ginger Minj: I don’t embarrass easily. If it’s there and I paid for it I’m proud of it. I do have ‘Baby Shark’ on there though… that’s because I love putting together conceptual shows of silly and stupid things for Hamburger Mary’s in Orlando where I’m from. We did a villains show, which was a tribute to Universal Studios, and I did a whole Jaws number. How could I have done a Jaws number without putting ‘Baby Shark’ in it! Also, it’s the karaoke version of ‘Baby Shark’, so I had to learn the words and sing them… that’s kind of embarrassing now that I’m talking about it…

Source:
https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/08/7-inspiring-and-hilarious-life-lessons-we-learnt-from-our-favourite-drag-queens-at-dragworld-london-2019

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TOPSHOP:7 Stylish Pictures Of Sharon Tate That Will Get You In the Mood For Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

The tragic story of Sharon Tate has fascinated people for decades and is now set to be the subject of a major blockbuster: Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time In Hollywood – out in UK cinemas next Wednesday. In the movie, Tate is portrayed by Margot Robbie and the first pictures we’ve seen make it clear that she definitely does her beauty and impeccable style justice. To pay further tribute to the late actress, we look back at some of our favourite pictures of her…

  1. 1967
    We’re obsessed with this puff sleeve mini dress, which just as well could be a dress we’d wear today. In fact, we have some similar options here, here, here and here!
  2. 1965
    A simple ribbed slip dress will always be a classic. Go for the full Sharon look with a tousled beehive pony and thick black eyeliner.
  3. 1960s
    What could be more iconic than that quintessentially ’60s make-up look featuring thick long lashes, dark eyeshadow and blush cheeks? Sharon had the look down to a tee.
  4. 1967
    In the 1967 movie Valley of the Dolls, Sharon wore an enviable colour-blocking ensemble made up of a lime green bikini, pink trousers and mismatched bangles.
  5. 1960s
    Take cue from Sharon on a hot summer night out and go for a slinky party top that makes a statement. Tie your hair back with a satin scarf for that extra wow-effect.
  6. 1965
    Sometimes, less is more. Make like Sharon and effortlessly pair a knitted top with straight-leg jeans. Her signature teased hair is still a must, naturally.
  7. 1965
    You can never go wrong with a cute little white dress in the summertime. Shoes are optional, but a dark cateye isn’t.

Source:
https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/08/7-stylish-pictures-of-sharon-tate-that-will-get-you-in-the-mood-for-once-upon-a-time-in-hollywood

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TOPSHOP:9 Of The Coolest Scandi Girls To Follow If You Loved The Street Style At Copenhagen Fashion Week

As the pioneers of effortless fashion and experts in mastering androgynous chic, Scandi girls do it best. So it’s not surprising that the coolest street style looks snapped at Copenhagen Fashion Week took over our entire Instagram feeds earlier this month. Want even more of that nonchalant Nordic style inspo? We picked nine of our favourite Scandi girls whose accounts you’re bound to fall in love with…
With a holiday wardrobe to die for, Matilda Djerf will have you constantly asking ‘where did she get that from?’. Expect lots of hyper-feminine pieces worn back with chunky black platform boots, bucket hats and trainers that give her look that extra cool edge.

  1. @sylviemus_
    Sylvie Mus epitomises Scandi minimalism: her go-to looks usually include sharp tailoring, that perfect pair of jeans or a classic white tee. No one wears an oversized blazer quite like Sylvie, so take notes…
  2. @emmaellingsenn
    W Magazine has labelled influencer Emma Ellingsen ‘the Kendall Jenner of Norway’, and we can only agree. With the face of a supermodel and a style that screams ‘I just threw this on’, Emma is a must follow to get your daily dose of that true Nordic cool girl vibe. Oh and we love her YouTube channel too…
  3. @josefinehj
    Josefine is known for her candid photography and pictures that almost look unedited – in the best way possible. The key style lessons we’ve learnt from her? That wearing a suit with nothing underneath or a bucket hat for any occasion are totally acceptable.
  4. @frejawewer
    Wear your boyfriend’s clothes better than your boyfriend, inspired by Freja’s perfectly tomboyish style. Mismatched prints and trainers worn with everything are things we can totally get on board with.
  5. @chloemonchamp
    Chloe Monchamp’s approach to fashion might be a bit more OTT than you’re used to from Scandi style, but her looks are always just as laid-back and effortless. If you can pull off neon colours and shiny trousers with as much ease as her, you know you’ve made it.
  6. @chrystelleeriksberger
    Somehow, Chrystelle Eriksberger just convinced us that a blazer and bikini combo is completely casual. Her carefully curated Instagram page gives us endless inspiration, whether it’s interior snaps, dreamy holiday pictures or photos of her super sleek looks.
    We’ve never seen Caroline Eltoft wear bold colours, and we’re not mad about it. With her androgynous styling and a lust-worthy wardrobe made up of suits, trainers and all-oversized-everything she makes us want wear nothing but monochrome forever.
  7. @carolineeltoft
    We’ve never seen Caroline Eltoft wear bold colours, and we’re not mad about it. With her androgynous styling and a lust-worthy wardrobe made up of suits, trainers and all-oversized-everything she makes us want wear nothing but monochrome forever.
  8. @barbarakristoffersen
    Barbara Kristoffersen is another fan of keeping it simple with neutrals, neutrals and more neutrals. Plus, she has mastered that model-off-duty look that never goes out of style. We’re obsessed.

Source:
https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/08/9-of-the-coolest-scandi-girls-to-follow-if-you-loved-the-street-style-at-copenhagen-fashion-week

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