MISSGUIDED:How To Style: Babes Of All Sizes

In case you didn’t know, Missguided caters for all sizes. Whether you’re plus, petite or tall, we’ve got you covered. Each range is designed to fit you in the most flattering way possible. Forget the dilemma of button down shirts that pull at the boobs, midi skirts that end up being maxi skirts and bodysuits that are impossible to pop close.
We teamed up with babes of different shapes and sizes, to show you how to style each range.
Plus size clothing
Our plus size collection caters for sizes 16-28.
90’s Clueless realness. Lara teamed a staple bodycon mini with a cosy borg coat and matching furry hat.
Teddybear coats forever. This longline borg jacket is the ultimate throw-on-and-go piece.
Make a statement in snakeprint trousers from the Sophia Richie collection. (Matching accessories are a must, because more is always more).
Dressy, but make it fash. A maxi dress with a biker jacket and boots is foolproof.
Petite Clothing
The Missguided petite range is designed for babes 5″3 and under…
This winter daywear look from Niya is cosy, cool and understated.
Cute separate, but better together. This dreamy co ord is just made to be accessorised.
Good things come in small packages. This easy outfit is finished with a statement blue boot.
Tall Clothing
Discover clothes made for babes 5″7 and above…
What, this old thing? Keep it real fancy in a bodycon adorned with feathers.
Leopard print bag, leopard blazer and croc boots. Animal print is still having a big moment.
Winter casual: brunching, shopping, coffee dates, whatever…
Keep up to date with the latest drops on the Babezine. Discover how to wear guides and inspiration from all your favourite #BabesofMissguided.


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TOPSHOP:The Complete Guide To Caring For Your Clothes Sustainably And Making Your Wardrobe Last Longer

Last week, Topshop launched CONSIDERED: a new range that has been designed to be more environmentally sustainable by using lower-impact materials, innovative production methods and certified suppliers. But the cycle doesn’t stop there – not only can clothes be created with more consideration for sustainability, they can also be cared for with more consideration which is why we’ve put together our top tips on how to look after and wash all your pieces in the most responsible way. Your clothes will stay looking their best for longer, and you’ll feel your best knowing you’ve done your part for the environment. Win win, right?
Tip 1: Wash LESS
At some point or another we’ve all been guilty of throwing something in the laundry basket because we can’t be bothered to clear it away properly. Next time you look despairingly at the stack of clothing piled on the chair in your room or, in fact, go to put anything in the wash, stop and think: do these items NEED to be washed? Lots of pieces often only need to be aired before being worn again.
Tip 2: Pick the right detergent
When it comes to detergent – liquid is good, eco-friendly detergent is better! Powder detergents contain mineral abrasives which increase friction, causing fibres to break and shred. This damages your clothes and pollutes the environment.
Tip 3: Wash at 30⁰
Once you’ve got a full load, it’s easy to go into auto-pilot and use the same wash cycle every time. Take a step back and consider what you’re washing. If it’s bedding or towels a higher temperature is sometimes necessary, but for clothes, a quick or eco wash is more than sufficient! A 30⁰ wash will leave your clothes just as clean, help them last longer (you also don’t run the risk of your favourite pieces shrinking in the heat) AND use 40% less energy. It’s a win for your wardrobe, a win for your wallet and a win for the environment.
Tip 4: Don’t overfill OR under-fill your washing machine
You may think that you’re being more efficient by filling your machine to the brim, but this can limit how effective the wash is and might mean you have to put the wash on again. On the flipside, under-filling will cause your clothes to rub together more during the wash cycle. Not a big deal, right? Wrong! Increased friction causes millions of plastic microfibers to be shredded from your clothes. These end up in our oceans, polluting the environment for hundreds of years.
Tip 5: Drip dry the natural way
It’s so tempting to dry your clothes in a drier, but did you know that tumble driers are a big cause of shredding plastic microfibers from your clothes? These fibres end up in our water ways, in our oceans and ultimately in our food chain. Whenever possible we prefer drying the natural way – it’s better for your clothes, you’ll use less energy and reduce the amount of microfibers entering the environment.
There’s nothing more key to a wardrobe that a good pair of denim jeans so it’s absolutely essential that you take care of your favourite pair. Yet, the advice for cleaning denim can get confusing – from modern myths about freezing it, to wearing it in the shower to not washing it at all! Here’s everything you need to know to get it right…
Tip 1: Leave as much time as you can between washes
Not only is this better for your denim – over washing your jeans will break down the fibres, cause them to lose their fit and fade the colour quicker – but it’s also better for the environment! Air your denim out between wears if you need to.
Tip 2: Wash new denim on its own
Wash new denim in the bath or sink first and don’t run the risk of giving all your other clothes an indigo tinge. This will also reduce damage to the fibres and doesn’t require the same energy use as a washing machine.
Fill the sink or bath with cold or luke-warm water.
Add a small amount of detergent and soak.
Rinse the jeans in clean water 2 or 3 times.
Don’t wring your jeans! Roll them up and press firmly to release water.
Leave them to air dry either flat or hanging on the line. Don’t not, we repeat, do not tumble dry! Your dryer will damage the cotton, weaken the fabric and will have a big impact on the longevity of your denim.
Tip 3: When it comes to detergent, less is more
If you can’t get your hands on a mild denim detergent then use your regular product, but use it sparingly! Excess detergent builds up on your denim, mingle with your natural oils when you wear it and cause the denim to smell.
Each year 300,000 tonnes of clothing ends up in landfill which is wasteful, unnecessary and bad for the environment! So even if you’re ready to get rid of that top, it could find new home somewhere else. Try this…


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ZARA:How to Tuck Your Shirt Like a Street Style Pro

Like any decent styling trick, the art of tucking in your shirt is easy to learn yet will elevate your look to chic new heights. But not all the ways to tuck in your shirt are made equally, and we would argue that there’s a time and a place for each style. Allow us to explain.
Heading to an important meeting or need to make a winning first impression? The full tuck is your fail-safe way to pull your look together and create a clean ensemble. Or maybe you want to cozy up in the perfect knit? Try the half tuck to add just the right amount of waist-defining shape. There’s also an in-between style: the front tuck, or French tuck, as Queer Eye’s Tan France calls it. However you choose to tuck your shirt in, read on to see how street style stars do it and become a bona fide expert in no time. Plus, shop the tops you need to re-create the looks.
The Half Tuck
Create a cool, deliberately undone look with the half tuck, a favorite among the street style set. A button-down blouse is an easy option for this type of tuck.
The Front Tuck
Business in the front, party in the back: This tuck is the perfect option for defining your waist without making it the focal point. Transform any knit or sweater from bulky to polished by tucking in just a few inches of material in the front. Oh, and this style is a favorite of Queer Eye’s Tan France, who calls it the French tuck.
The Full Tuck
Tucking in your shirt all the way around instantly pulls together your ensemble for a professional result. After tightly tucking in your shirt completely, raise your arms overhead to untuck just the right amount of fabric.


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H&M:All About Giambattista Valli x H&M

Staged in a grand palazzo in Rome, Giambattista Valli unleashed the freewheeling spirit, sophistication and eternal designs of his collection for H&M with a fashion show on Thursday, October 24.
Valli girls and Valli boys walked the pink runway through the awe-inspiring corridors and great halls of the eternal city’s Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, while hundreds of guests — including Troye Sivan, Sofia Carson, Alexa Demie, H.E.R., Cameron Monaghan, Chiara Ferragni and Chris Lee — watched the line-up, led by Kendall Jenner, from the front row.
Ahead of the show, H&M Magazine got the hard facts behind the collection from H&M’s in-house design team, who’ve worked closely with Giambattista Valli to make the collection — in all its detail and workmanship — come together.
Paris, October 2018. While most of us were still eagerly awaiting the launch of the Moschino x H&M collection, the small team from H&M’s Stockholm atelier were already — and with great discretion — planning for the next one. In contrast to the playful, wild and print-heavy Moschino x H&M collection, the 2019 collaboration was going in another direction: striving to make haute couture accessible to the masses.
For the first meeting, Giambattista Valli came prepared, showing detailed sketches, loads of fabric samples and sharing a crystal clear idea of who he envisioned wearing the collection. A Valli girl — of course — but with a little more edge. She shouldn’t only want to turn heads at dinner parties and soirées, she would wear it to the club too. And, for the first time, Valli boys were invited too.
With Giambattista Valli’s vision fresh in mind, the team packed his sketches, fabrics and materials together with suitcases full of archival pieces before heading back to their atelier. As always, the valuable goods were stored in a locked and secluded workroom.
H&M’s designer collaborations have pushed the envelope in fast-fashion for fifteen years. After collaborations with Karl Lagerfeld, Versace, Balmain and Moschino (to name just a few!), it’s now time to take on a new challenge: creating a haute couture-inspired collection on a big scale.
Giambattista Valli is first and foremost a dressmaker, and there’s no questioning that fact when you languish among the sixteen spectacular frocks, gowns and dresses in the women’s range. Although not made to order in his Paris atelier, his H&M collaboration features all the signature designs and details: tulle en masse, ruffles, intricate beadwork, beautiful embroidery, accentuated waists, pearl studs, and much, much more. The romantic and bohemian pieces are contrasted with punk-inspired pants and boots, and boxy decorated sweatshirts and hoodies.
In the accessories range, Giambattista Valli has included delicate floral-print silk and cashmere scarves, brass buckles and details molded from his own lips, and — for the first time in H&M history — cultured freshwater pearl necklaces, bracelets and earrings.
Using an array of different techniques, the finished collection consists of 41 pieces for women, 31 for men and 34 accessories. In the design process, Giambattista Valli has refined every item to make sure it has the perfect silhouette for its wearer.
“I’m used to intense and exacting atelier work, and I have very high standards when it comes to the quality of my creations, which I always personally check; but I have to admit I was the first to be surprised when we received samples for the fittings. H&M was able to get the same effect. They did everything wonderfully, even my signature multi-tier tulle gowns,” he says.


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TOPSHOP:What To Wear To The Coolest Art Exhibitions Coming Up This Autumn

The days are getting colder, greyer and rainier, but it’s not all doom and gloom: getting a cultural fix at one of London’s many impressive art galleries is the perfect indoor weekend activity right now. With each new season comes whole host of new art exhibitions, so there’s lots of newness to discover this month: from a retrospective on 19th century Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces to beaming laser light shows, here’s our roundup of the five best art exhibitions to see and some tips on how to coordinate your outfit to get the best Instagram snap when you’re there…

  1. Bridget Riley, The Hayward Gallery
    Spanning 70 years, this exhibition at the Hayward Gallery at the Southbank Centre is the largest and most comprehensive retrospective exhibition of Bridget Riley’s colourful canvases to date, so it’s definitely worth a visit. Alongside the bright eye-catching works, there’ll also be the artists iconic black and white paintings from the ’60s, early figurative works and recent wall paintings. For your outfit, sport something that’s as fun and vibrant as the powerful patterned pieces on display.
    Bridget Riley is at the Hayward Gallery from 23rd October 2019 to 26th January 2020
  2. Nam June Paik, Tate Modern
    Credited for pioneering the use of TV and video in art, South Korean artist Nam June Paik is one of the most innovative and playful artists of the moment. This exhibition celebrates a fusion of sight and sound in it’s celebration of over 200 works from his five decade career. There are robots, video works and room-sized installations but one of the most exciting is the TV Garden, which features multiple screens amongst the foliage. Make your outfit an ode to this popular piece and channel the jungle theme with a khaki boiler-suit and boots.
    Nam June Paik is at the Tate Modern from 17th October to 9th February 2020.
  3. Pre-Raphaelite Sisters, National Portrait Gallery
    The work of female artists has often been overlooked in the world of fine art. However, since Guerilla Girls made waves with their campaign on art historian Linda Nochlin’s 1971 essay “Why have there been no great women artists?” a few years back, lots of museums have been working to address this imbalance. So, 170 years after the first works of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood were exhibited, this exhibition explores the contribution of twelve women to this iconic artistic movement. The art aesthetic is romantic and features a lot of floaty silhouettes so work around this when styling your look.
    Pre-Raphaelite Sisters is at the National Portrait Gallery from 17th October 2019 to 26th January 2020.
  4. Other Spaces, 180 The Strand
    Each year an immense and immersive exhibition of art, light and sound commissioned by The Store X The Vinyl Factory pops up at 180 The Strand, mesmerising audiences as they move from room to room. This year it’s called Other Spaces and explores Renaissance drawings in the most modern way possible: lights flash and lasers jet around the room into jet black vanishing points. Since light is such a prominent factor in this exhibition, choose an outfit that will give you a bold silhouette: puff organza sleeves, an A-line skirt and chunky boots.

Other Spaces is at 180 The Strand from 2nd October to 8th December 2019.

  1. Tim Walker: Wonderful Things, Victoria & Albert Museum
    From the pictures, films, photographic sets and special installations on display at the V&A right now, you can tell how Tim Walker has established himself as one of the most inventive photographers in the world. The Telegraph has described the exhibition as ‘A bewitching ode to art, artefact and fashion‘ which allows you to step into the fantastical worlds of each image. The pictures are fun, luxe and a little on the bizarre side, so when it comes to your outfit think ‘wonderful things’ and incorporate elaborate feathers, coloured fur, sparkling sequins, high-shine vinyl and more…


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ZARA:These 8 Things Will Always Make You Look Richer Than You Are

You might assume that to look rich, you need to buy expensive things. However, looking rich isn’t just about flashy logos and jewelry so valuable it must be stored in a safe. There are little tricks that can make any outfit look more elevated, from ensuring your shirts are always crisp to the colors that look high-quality. Keep scrolling to see the 10 things that will always make you look richer than you are (without sending your bank balance into the red).
Look Like You Never Do Your Own Laundry
An easy way to look expensive is to make sure your clothes are as immaculate as possible. In our book, nothing looks as luxurious as a crisply pressed shirt. You don’t actually have to go to the dry cleaner; just invest in a decent steamer.
Wear All-White Outfits
Tonal outfits tend to look more expensive, but an all-white ensemble looks especially sharp.
Anti-Commuter Shoes That Say “I Travel Exclusively by Taxi”
Commuting stops most of us from wearing heels, so power pumps give the impression that you travel by taxi more than anything else.
Wear Silks and Cottons—Skip Polyester
Investing in quality fabrics such as silks and cottons adds an air of sophistication to your look.
Carry an Umbrella to Maintain Your Blow-Dry
The key to looking expensive is to appear well-groomed, and an oversize, sturdy umbrella with a wooden handle will ensure your immaculate blow-dry stays in place.
Forget the Puffer—Wear a Proper Overcoat or Trench
A tailored coat or classic trench instantly elevates any outfit.
Don’t Carry Too Much Stuff
Mini handbags have become a status symbol. What else do you need besides your keys, lipstick, and a credit card?
Have Immaculate Luggage (With a Matching Set)
To invest in beautiful luggage, you need to travel a lot, and nothing signals a healthy bank account like a matching set of suitcases or trunks.


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ZARA: A Podiatrist Ranked Everyone’s Basic Shoes From Good to Horrendous

We’ve been giving side eye to the age-old concept that beauty (or style) is pain for, well, ever. Because in no way should you ever sacrifice comfort and happiness for the sake of fashion. Can I get a YES? Great. Alas, even so, there are standard items—in the shoe department especially—that inherently come with a side of soreness.
To be honest, you’re probably well-versed in some of the basic shoe trends that are bad for your feet (ahem, sky-high pumps). But what about the other classic shoes that are stocked in all of our closets? To asses the specific shoes that could cause the most pain and damage, we went straight to an expert by tapping Benjamin Tehrani of Kings Point Foot & Ankle in Los Angeles.
What’s interesting is that he didn’t just advise on the silhouettes that will cause the most pain; he actually ranked the basic shoes we all own from good to straight-out horrendous. Intrigued? Keep scrolling to check out the doctor-endorsed rank list (starting with the best first) and see where your favorite shoes fall on the spectrum. If you’re looking to upgrade your offering with some of the top shoe styles, we curated a range of fresh silhouettes that fit in the most comfortable categories to shop as well.

  1. Excellent: Chunky Sneakers
    “First and foremost, I have to mention ‘dad’ shoes that are in style now. These have to be the best for your feet out of all of the styles. They provide excellent support for your feet—just make sure they’re not too small. The outer soles are typically made of material that has more support for people who walk a lot or stand for hours at work.” — Benjamin Tehrani
  2. Great: Ankle Boots
    “Make sure to buy leather booties if you can as they’ll help protect against blisters, especially when you’re wearing no-show socks. The premise behind why I like these is that typically the zip at the ankle provides support in the ankle joint and in the subtalar joint, which is the joint under our ankle joint that helps keep our feet in a correct position.” — Benjamin Tehrani
  3. Good: Mules
    “Mules are so popular nowadays. My patients love them since they’re comfortable to wear and the easy slip-on style makes it convenient. I think there’s support in the architecture of the insole that even allows you to walk in them while you run errands or even working around the office. Their comfort comes from the fact that there’s no heel to rub against, which is why people love wearing them so often. The heel height is low, which means you put less pressure on the balls of your feet, which can help prevent metatarsalgia—inflammation in the ball of the foot typically caused by excess pressure and tightness in the calves.” — Benjamin Tehrani
  4. Okay: Flip-Flops
    “They’re not the best for your feet, but recently there have been numerous companies that have come out with flip-flops with an embedded orthotic inside, which gives your feet the arch support they need on the daily. I LOVE the brand Vionic. Each one of its sandals and flip-flops has a support insole with a built-in orthotic that helps prevent excessive motion in the foot, which is important because the less motion we create in our feet and ankle, the less tired our tendons and tissues feel at the end of the day. I wear my Vionics while doing work at home in my office. I have a stand-up desk and I’m normally capable of standing and doing work for over an hour in those. Otherwise, typical flip-flops such as Havianna’s aren’t great for your feet. But if you’re using them one to two hours at a time, I don’t think there’s a really big problem with them.” — Benjamin Tehrani
  5. Not Great: Ballet Flats
    “These offer very little plantar fascia support. It’s almost as if you were walking in Vibram shoes. Your fascia is the connective tissue that supports your feet as you walk, and too much tension in the fascia can lead to tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and even arthritis in the feet long term.” — Benjamin Tehrani
  6. Really Not Great: Stilettos
    These cause excess plantarflexion in the ankle, which forces your foot to look down more. You place more of the weight on the ball of the feet, which can cause metatarsalgia. Wearing these for hours at a time can cause constriction of the toes together, which is what causes bunions and hammertoes. If you’re going to wear high heels, wear heels that have side panels you can at least fit a custom insert in them and give your feet the support they deserve! I’ve operated on many feet that have been exposed to hours upon hours of use during work hours. I’ve even seen fractures of the metatarsal bones due to wearing stilettos for hours. I think it’s important to choose a stiletto that fits well, doesn’t rub against your big toe, has support around the heel (versus the stilettos without panels on the side of the heel). I tell all the women who I know are still going to wear stilettos, to just wear them for dinners and weddings. A better alternative would be to wear a heel with a wedge or keep the heel height less than three inches if possible.”— Benjamin Tehrani


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TOPSHOP:5 Ways To Clash Prints Without Looking Like A Mess

When it comes to dressing for winter, it’s hard to resist the urge to wear the same dark colours from head-to-toe every day. Of course, going for all-black-everything is great for certain occasions, like when you’ve overslept or you don’t know the dress code. However, after admiring the more eccentric outfits of the street style set recently, we think it’s time to take a step out of our sartorial comfort zones and try clashing prints for a change. Whether it’s polka dots with checks or animal prints with stripes, the trick is to keep things playful. But if you’re feeling a little apprehensive – don’t worry. By the time you finish reading this you’ll be putting patterns together in your sleep…

  1. Shall we begin with something easy, just to get you started…
    If you’re new to the clashing prints game then monochrome is a good place to start because it won’t feel too garish. Try pairing a simple printed dress with a chunky block colour knit. Then have fun with patterned accessories like a cow-print purse and fishnet tights.
  2. Okay, let’s add a little colour. Just a little though…
    You’ve mastered the monochrome mash-up so now it’s time to turn things up a notch. Pairing mismatched checks in heritage hues together works well because of the similar shape and tones on each piece. So, go all out and wear it on your trousers, jacket and accessories.
  3. Now you’ve got the hang of it, why not try out different prints…
    You’ve got to grips with styling one print, so it’s time to try two at once. People have loved leopard print so much in recent years that it’s often referred to as ‘the new neutral’ which makes it a great pattern to style against contrasting prints like plaid. For the rest, keep things simple with over the knee boots and a chic cardi.
  4. …but don’t stop there – add colours, prints, stripes, you name it!
    If we had asked you four paragraphs ago how you felt about clashing prints AND colours you might have said ‘a little daunted’. But now, you’re a seasoned mix-and-match pro so don’t shy away from bright shades. Simply start with your most vibrant print and make sure the rest of your look pulls out the different colours within it: it will clash and look harmonious all at once.
  5. And to finish, here’s something for your night out too…
    Whilst others might reach for their LBD on a night out, why not go against the grain and try something a little more eccentric. Layering a sheer polka dot number under your slip dress will add some interest to your look without going overboard or feeling too warm and, trust us, a statement coat is always a great idea…


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ZARA:You Won’t Catch Fashion Girls Wearing These Shoes With Leggings

With the popularity of leggings, we’re all inevitably going to want to get a little creative with how we wear them. In many cases, that means thinking outside the box when it comes to footwear. We’ve already discussed what to avoid wearing with leggings in general, but what about the all-important subject of shoes?
Given leggings’ slim-fitting silhouette and casual nature, determining which shoes will best complement them can be a bit perplexing—which is where we come in. As editors, we’ve been noticing fashion girls in fewer and fewer of a handful of shoe styles, at least paired with their leggings. So naturally, we’ve been taking notes on what they’ve been wearing instead. The legging trend is here to stay for the foreseeable future, so we might as well make the most of it and pair them with shoes that will keep things as stylish as possible, right?
With that, keep scrolling to find out which seven shoe styles fashion girls have pretty much stopped wearing with leggings, and shop the coolest shoe trends to wear with them instead.
X Stilettos & Platforms
Wear Instead: Mules
Towering heels and platforms are best suited for something a little less formfitting. Instead, sliding on a pair of mules will keep your outfit looking effortless and cool.
Pictured: Beyond Yoga Take Me Higher Long Leggings ($88); Zara shoes
X Flip-Flops
Wear Instead: Slide Sandals
Flip-flops have a tendency to make leggings look a bit too casual. Rubber slides are an easy swap that will give your look an of-the-moment feel.
Pictured: Beyond Yoga Take Me Higher Long Leggings ($88); Gucci sandals
X Wedge Sneakers
Wear Instead: Athletic and Classic Sneakers
The wedge-sneaker trend has come and gone, but athletic and classic sneaker styles are a no-brainer with leggings, and the fashion possibilities are endless.
Pictured: Beyond Yoga Take Me Higher Long Leggings ($88); Nike sneakers
X Ankle-Strap Shoes
Wear Instead: Ballet Flats
While it may seem a bit out-there, we love the dancer-inspired look of a pair of ballet flats with a pair of leggings. On the other hand, shoes with buckled leather straps at the ankle aren’t the best match for leggings.
Pictured: Beyond Yoga Take Me Higher Long Leggings ($88); Miu Miu flats
X Sock Boots
Wear Instead: Combat Boots
Sock boots are a current fashion-girl favorite, but unless you want your shoes to look like an extension of your leggings, it’s best to go with something that provides more of a contrast, like on-trend combat boots.
Pictured: Beyond Yoga Take Me Higher Long Leggings ($88); Jenni Kayne boots
X Brogues

Wear Instead: Loafers
When it comes to classic flats styles, loafers are still going strong. Loafers and leggings are one of our favorite combinations at the moment.
Pictured: Beyond YogaBeyond Yoga Take Me Higher Long Leggings ($88); G.H. Bass & Co. shoes


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TOPSHOP:5 Ways To Wear Pink This Autumn (Even If It’s Not Your Thing)

Now is a great time to add some pink to your wardrobe – not only because it’s a super flattering colour that comes in all sorts of versatile shades from neutral nudes to poppy fuchsias, but because it’s Wear It Pink Day today and Breast Cancer Awareness Month all October! If you’re a lover of the rosy tone, then this is the perfect opportunity to wear your favourite colour whilst supporting a great cause – but if you’re not, don’t despair. We’ve styled five autumn-ready looks in honour of Wear It Pink Day and there’s an option for everyone, even if pink isn’t something you’d usually go for…

  1. You LOVE pink…
    First things first, this one goes out to all the ride-or-die pink lovers out there: you’ve got the satin pink top with cute ruched detailing, the irresistibly cuddly blush borg jacket, the velour rose-coloured micro-bag and even some sparkly pink hair clips. This outfit screams “I LOVE PINK”, so it’s perfect for you…
  2. You QUITE like pink…
    For our second trick, we’ve taken two obviously pink pieces and switched things up a bit by pairing them with grungy boots, a cool jacket and yellow accents! The result? A primarily pink and preppy outfit with a fun edge. Great for if you like the shade but you don’t want to look obsessive.
  3. You’ve considered dabbling in pink, but you’re yet to be convinced…
    If you’re not normally drawn to the colour pink, then opting for a cool printed number which incorporates the colour could work well for you. Go for a floral midi dress in a range of autumnal shades, then use any additional pieces to pull out the key colours like rust, burgundy and mauve.
  4. You’re partial to a little pink but you’re shy and prefer to avoid bold colours…Bright colours aren’t for everyone but that’s absolutely fine because nude is just as legitimate a shade of pink as magenta. So, if your personal style is more muted, then this is the look for you. Pair some on-trend leather trousers with a top and turtleneck that both have a slight pink tinge.
  5. You’re going on a girls night out and although pink is a definite, the vibe is TBC…
    The other great thing about pink is that you can dress it up for completely different moods. Take this pink sequinned mini for example: you could wear it with a vibrant faux-fur jacket and heels but if you’re going for something a bit more grungy, chunky boots and a black coat will look great instead. One dress, multiple opportunities.


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