Wardrobe File

Join the printed jean pool in statement skinnies

From tribal prints at Matthew Williamson, tie dye at Anthony Vaccarello, patchwork at Paul et Joe and embellishment at Louis Vuitton, it’s all about the statement skinny jeans for Spring.

Printed jeans can be tricky to wear, so if you’re curvy opt for a print in a darker shade to flatter your pins. Always team with a simple top such as a classic tee like Danielle or a relaxed fit shirt to let the jeans take centre stage.

Buy into the denim jumpsuit trend right now like Myleene

A boiler/jump suit is this season’s must-have wardrobe piece, and here, Myleene proves how amazing one can look.

As you can see, this one cinches in the waist, with the drawstring, which gives a great waist line, and the way she has rolled up the trousers and the sleeves makes it more weather appropriate – keep rolling them up as the weather continues to get hotter!

Myleene teams hers with those fierce red heels and Moschino chain phone case, but you could easily style this boiler suit up with flats for a hot spring day.

                                                                              Hit the global trail with a folky embroidered dress

Bagging yet another covetable runway look for her own collection, the Momager teamed her embroidered Valentino dress with sleek black heels and dangly earrings that would make Pat Butcher jealous.

From fringing to appliqué, embroidery to heavy beading, folky and native inspired looks stormed the runways at Dries Van Noten, Alexander McQueen and Alberta Feretti.

The trick to championing the folky trend is to avoid going too literal with OTT accessories, no one wants to look like Esmerelda after all. Instead do as Kris does and pair your folky dress with a structured box clutch and simple heels – a pointed stiletto is just the ticket.


                                                                      Add a feminine finish to your summer style with floral shorts

Temperatures may have dipped this week but we’ve had a mile-long list of pieces we have to snap up for the summer season for agessss. And here Storm Uechtriz is making it very hard not to continue planning our warm weather wardrobe takeover.

With her chic cream leather style cape expertly paired with a pair of floral tailored shorts, the actress’ sleek ensemble’s full of girly charm and is seriously making us crave a bit of heat in our lives.

Floral shorts are a classic summer staple so if you want to tap into the hot trend then see our pick of really purse-friendly styles below from the likes of ASOS and New Look which will definitely make the cut on our holiday packing list.

                                                                         Channel Kate’s boho vibes in a flowing lace maxi skirt

Featuring a classic black ribbed vest and flowing lace maxi skirt, the 40-year-old accented her look with black sandal, a pair of oversized sunglasses and an array of silver pendants. The ultimate holiday look for any budding fashionista.

What’s more with another eagerly anticipated Topshop collection hitting stores soon, Kate is back on our fashion radar (as if she ever left!), so now is the perfect time to be channelling her seventies bohemia style.

Wear yours with an oversized sweater to adapt the look for the cool spring weather, or make like Kate and opt for a simple vest and cover up with a leather jacket.

                                                        Go West(ern) in a red check shirt like Kourtney

Kourtney and Penelope both wore red checked shirts with skinny jeans and brown boots. While little Penelope’s had a girly frill at the bottom, Kourtney kept it simple in a classic number.

Kourtney has a great sense of style and we love her western themed outfit. It’s just perfect for a day out with the family.

Kourtney’s shirt is by Rails. The LA-based brand is a favourite with celebrities, and other famous faces to be spotted in their shirts include Kate Moss and Taylor Swift.

                                                              Work a regal look in a striking red coat like Catherine

In an arresting red hue, the double breasted, custom-made topper created a glamorous statement while the fit-and-flare architectural outline showed off her slender frame expertly.

We know that fashion is all about cherry picking the perfect investment pieces so if you’re a fan of Kate’s sleek style and want to update your wardrobe with a coat that will last for seasons and seasons to come then why not shop our pick of similar buys below? Go for quality and precision contouring at the likes of Tara and Yumi and you can bet that these coats will be some of the hardest working pieces in your trans-seasonal wardrobes.

                                                                Join team Rihanna in this sporty Toreau sweater

Anyway. Rihanna paired her sporty jumper with a pair of skinny jeans, Nike Air Jordan hi-top trainers and, as usual, lashings of designer gold jewellery.

And of course, this isn’t just any jumper. Rihanna’s sweater’s by unisex brand Toreau. The label is a collaboration between Italian creative director Alessia Giacobino and Dutch designer Roger Elsteen, and specialises in pieces inspired by iconic American sportswear.

On the high street a great way to emulate this look is by shopping in the men’s department. So check out our edit of similar styles for less – including two menswear options – in the gallery below.

Smarten up with Kim’s classic Saint Laurent blazer

Suited and booted for her appearance at the Kayne Griffin Corcoran Gallery last night, Kim Kardashian’s sleek monochrome ensemble included some of her style hallmarks. From the plunging neckline and slicked-back hair, to the Givenchy-style draped trousers, signature Tom Ford stilettos and Bottega box clutch, this reality princess sure has settled into her own unique sense of style.

But, it was her classic tuxedo jacket that really caught our attention. Part of Yves Saint Laurent’s original collection in the sixties, the ‘Le Smoking’ jacket has been a fashion icon, and a wardrobe staple, ever since.


I think this is my favorite picture of me and my sister. The dresses compliment our different shape.

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