Our Fashion Editor’s Picks Of The Month
The Jewellery Name: Misho
Misho is the latest brand to garner Insta attention with its chunky gold chains and statement medallions. Not cheap but impossibly stylish – fashion girls are flocking.
The Instagram Brand: Trois the Label
Long, tanned limbs clad in ruffled white blouses, satin maxi dresses paired with chunky gold chains, linen blazers thrown nonchalantly over lithe shoulders…
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The High Street Collection: ASOS Design
ASOS Design is so good right now. I bought numerous pieces from our SL Buy Of The Day feature and ever since I’ve been stalking the new-ins section ever since; think neutral heroes at high-end worthy twists.
The Hero Piece: Boilersuit
Fans of the utility look will rejoice in the fact that The Frankie Shop’s signature boilersuit has finally dropped on NET-A-PORTER. A cult hero amongst the style set, it’s the effortless one piece that looks good with just about everything.
The Hair Accessories: Missoma
Purveyor of all things gold, Missoma have just launched hair accessories and they’re just as cool, unfussy and sleek as you’d expect. I wear mine slid under a pony for a subtle nod to the trend.
The New Brand: Loretta Caponi
The gasps of admiration were audible in the entire office when I sent a Loretta Caponi dress around the fashion desk. With their gauzy cotton finish, ruffled details and generous fit, they have nailed the prairie trend effortlessly. Just add white trainers.
The Limited Collection: Rixo
Rixo’s new limited-edition collection takes an uncharacteristically soft approach to print. Gone are their signature bold celestial patterns and bright colours, and in their place are ditsy prints, muted pastels and puff sleeve details. A welcome change.
The Denim: Zara
I can’t even begin to count the amount of compliments I’ve had on these jeans (or the number of days I’ve worn them). Contrary to their appearance on the hanger they are impossibly flattering – great for showing off a cinched waist.
The Summer Collection: Ulla Johnson
Autumn may be on the horizon, but when summer fashion is this good you’d be mad not to keep your wardrobe in August mode. Ulla Johnson’s ruffled sleeves, pink patterns and broderie dresses are impossibly feminine and, dare I say, a little more grown up than the LoveShackFancy pieces that usually have a monopoly on this look.
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