The Animal Print
Leopard print will always have its place, but zebra is fast replacing it as the animal pattern of choice. M&S in particular has a stand-out selection – we love this cardigan in surprising black and brown for a fashion-forward look.
Animal Print Cardigan, £25 | Marks & Spencer
The Cool Home Update
Lampshades are having a moment, from Matilda Goad's tasselled creations to Pooky's playful prints. Our favourite of the month? Pentreath & Hall's marble designs that will bring new life to a bedroom or living room. We also love them twinned either side of a console table for a statement look.
Stone Marble- 16 Lampshade, £155 | Pentreath & Hall
The Subtle Contour Palette
Contour palettes can often look so heavy and daunting that we generally tend to steer well clear. But that’s not the case with this one. Loved by make-up artists, this thrifty palette (created by Drew Barrymore, no less) gives skin a perfected, polished finish while breathing life into cheeks. The soft caramel shade adds depth and highlight wherever skin looks a little flat, while the blush injects a youthful glow.
Lift & Sculpt Contour Palette, £12.99 | Flower Beauty
The Ruffle Blouse
Alexa Chung has always proved the pie-crust collar can be grown-up and cool, and we’re embracing the look to put a feminine spin on chunky knits. Intropia’s ruffled design is a team SL favourite – wear with thick navy sweaters now and denim come spring.
Embroidered Cotton Flounced Shirt, £110.70 (was £123) | Intropia
The bangle trend never really went away, but cult new jewellery label Daphine is breathing new life into the look with these stacked oval offerings. The cool girls are ditching chunky cuffs in favour of the look.
Moune Bangles, £75 | Daphine
The Brow Quick-Fix
Dubbed as the product equivalent to microblading, this new pencil has become a cult favourite fast with stand-out reviews. Considering its versatility, it’s easy to see why. It’s a fantastic one-stop product for fast and foolproof brows, available in seven shades. It whips brows into shape, mimicking the appearance of fine, natural hairs, leaving you with perfectly defined arches. You’ll be amazed.
Brow Blade, £18 | Urban Decay
If you buy into one colour trend this season, make it Barbie pink. Penetrating the high street and designer brands alike, Mango’s selection of bubblegum tailoring is an affordable favourite.
Textured Unstructured Blazer, £19.99 (was £69.99) | Mango
Hoop style? Check. Molten gold? Check. Pearl detail? Check. These Chloe earrings are glamorous enough for evening yet subtle enough for daytime, while still ticking all those trend boxes.
Gold-Tone Pearl Earrings, £285 | Chloé
The Glow-Giving Lotion
Everyone’s complexions need a little pick-me-up in winter, and nothing has been boosting ours quite like Lumene’s new tonic. Packed with brightening vitamin C and hydrating hyaluronic acid, you can expect your skin to feel refreshed and look visibly plumper. Not to mention the comforting glow that ensues after use.
Glow Lumenessence Brightening Beauty Lotion, £11.12 (was £13.90) | Lumene Nordic C
The Hair Accessory
It’s no surprise there’s a hair accessory in the mix – the stand out detail of the season, Shrimps’ pearl-embellished design has all the trappings of the coolest designs. Perfect for taming unruly locks or pimping your pony.
Bead-Embellished Hair Clip, £75 | Shrimps
The Perfect Everyday Base
Sitting somewhere between tinted moisturiser and a fuller foundation, this gives skin a flatteringly semi-matte and velvet-like glow. Its beautifully light, blends seamlessly and is invisible to the eye (AKA not cakey), except for the faultless glow it leaves behind.
Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturiser, £30 | Nars
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