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2017-10-12-One-look-RT

 

  1. Gucci sunglasses £250,2. Topshop jumper £46, 3. Levi’s jeans £85, 4. Michael Michael Kors bag £195, 5. Topshop boots £65.

 

 

 

2016-10-07-one-look-rtIf you’re looking for a new coat with a catwalk feel but timeless appeal the peacoat has all this and more. We love the way it sharpens up a casual look without feeling too severe but also lends a laid-back edge to evening outfits. The cut-away detail at the front of these  boots adds a vampy effect to you overall look. It’s also all very Gianvito Rossi – but at a high street price. Skinny knits balance out the soft volume of a Mom style jean. You’ll start to notice bags with collegiate stripe handles influenced by the trend-setting Gucci collection. Both H&M and River Island do great versions. Natalie x

1.Hobbs jumper £79, 2. Topshop jeans £40, 3. M&S coat £99, 4. Gucci bag £1510, 5. Zara boots £29.99

2016-07-29-one-look-RT

It’s the tail end of the sales and you’ll start to see some great new season pieces hitting the stores. This blouse from Mango is one of the them. It’s just right for now. Throw over a pair of jeans and you’ve got a bit of instant chic for hanging out with fiends in style over the weekend. I love this 2-in-1 bag from Zara. If you want a cute on-trend look go for the flap with snappy slogan patches. For something more low-key chic switch to the on in a neutral tone. Perfect! Natalie x

1. Gucci sunglasses £215, 2. Levi’s jeans £85, 3. Mango top £29.99,  4. Zara bag £35.99, 5. Whistles sandals £165

 

 

2016-07-07-one-look-RT

There is something quite retro about these bright shades that has that feel of those patterns and prints that the Italian designers like Marni and Prada do so well. It all looks like a painting of the sun setting on pretty  hill top buildings along the Amalfi coast. It’s also a great masterclass in how to a do a big loud colour. This bag with its touches of burnt orange is a perfect match to the dress. Keep shoes in a neutral earthy tone like a perfect for summer tan. Style with a pair of earrings to add a shimmer of gold. Natalie x

  1. Warehouse dress £49, 2. Gucci sunglasses £225, 3. Mango earrings £9.99, 4. Tory Burch bag £245,  5. Jimmy Choo heels £395.

 

 

 

 

 

2016-07-08-one-look-RT

Every season Uniqlo pops up in these blogs with one of those simple but stylish wardrobes basics that will just keep on giving. This lightweight linen and cotton mix dress is not only perfect for the city but will travel well to any sunny holiday destination. It’s an easy wardrobe style solution. On holiday keep it paired back and simple with a tan flat sandal and straw shopper. For city living inject a bit of retro-glamour into your look with oversized bold coloured sunglasses. The espadrille wedge has been around for ages as a summer holiday staple but it’s fast becoming one of fashion’s favourite shoes. You will find quite a few high street variations but Castañer has been in the espadrille business since 1927. In the 60s the family run business was called upon by Yves Saint Laurent himself to design the first espadrille style wedge for the brand. Just a bit of fashion trivia for you. Give that city-slicker chic to your outfit with Marc Jacob’s shoulder bag. Natalie x

1.Uniqlo dress £29.90, 2. Gucci sunglasses £345, 3. Marc Jacobs bag £310, 4. Castaner espadrilles £69.

2015-12-one-look-RT

Wow, it’s a rarity, a decent dress with sleeves. As wonderful as it is to layer up with cosy knits and slinky jersey pieces sometimes you just want to keep things really simple. And when it’s cold and you need a look that effortlessly works 9-to-5 and beyond, a dress with sleeves is just the thing. The flattering tailored fit and seamed details add just enough definition without being overly clingy. We have Gucci to thank for the quirky block heeled courts and Mary-Janes shoe trend that forms part(there are so many) of s/s 16’s footwear hits. This cosy check coat is all you need when it comes to thinking of layering….and it has a belt to give shape to that squarer cut. Pop on these fabulous Topshop sunnies, grab your shoulder bag…and you’re good to go. Natalie x

  1. Topshop sunglasses £16, Banana Republic bag £59.50, 3. Gucci heels £420, Sportmax dress £330, Mango coat £79.99.

 

You can just picture it. Strolling with that sexy sashay in your walk down the cobbled streets of a picturesque town along the Amalfi coast, hot Mediterranean sun beating down, blues skies above and you decked out head-to-toe in Dolce & Gabbana prints or whispery blue Giorgio Armani silks … or those Geisha style Prada platforms that have nothing to do whatsoever with the Amalfi Coast. That’s Milan fashion week for you. A tale of designers who create a  gorgeous fashion tableaux to capture a stylish moment in time … and those who do something completely off-piste. It’s at Milan Fashion Week that textiles speak volumes because nobody knows how to work a print better than those Italians (think Dolce & Gabbana, Etro, Missoni, Marni) and nobody knows quite how to capture that silky, luxe-looking sense of opulence and playfulness (think Gucci, Armani, Ferretti). So hot off the s/s catwalks we’ve picked up on two trends to start our fashion palette’s salivating at the thought of next season. Take those glamour shifts I spoke of when lapping up New York fashion week, and give them a sexy boost of Italian prints…and Miuccia Prada’s take on florals. (pictures: http://www.style.com)

The trouser is taking a star turn next spring/summer – what better way to flash a fluo-inspired shade. Pucci stepped away from the usual array of signature patterns with cool crisp whites. Trouser lengths are flapping somewhere just above the ankle – to balance out these proportions think heels, defined waists, layering or definition up top. Stay tuned for all the heady glamour of Paris Fashion Week. Natalie x