|Recently I have felt relatively let down with Cheryl's clothing choices, but at the Brit's she was back on form. With barely-there make up and barefoot-look shoes, the focus was all about the incredible dress. The sheer sleeves give the endless sequins more of a sophisticated tone, whilst the cut out makes the dress modern and very, very seductive. This dress is the ultimate crowd pleaser! The intricate pattern of the sleeves gives the dress a definitive finish but fails to be over the top. It's gothic rock at its best; damsel in distress turns grunge princess.|
Wednesday, 16 February 2011
Monday, 14 February 2011
|Sarah Harding's attire is most definitely very bold. The sheer sleeve emblazoned with leaves should look cheap but manages to maintain an element of class. The colour is definitely the best asset of the dress.|
|This dress would be better suited to an evening meal in the height of summer or running along the sands of a beach at midnight, not on the red carpet at an internationally acclaimed and televised event! However I do have to admit that the red poppies go perfectly with her skin tone and stunning hair, not to mention the red carpet itself!|
|It clashes with the red carpet but the print is certainly eye catching! The print gives a classic design a modern spin and the simple jewelry means that all eyes are on the dress.|
|Simples and understated yet elegantly mesmerizing. The best dress of the night. All the tulle gives it a romanticizing feel and an element of magic..suitable for the girl who plays Hermione then!|
Wednesday, 9 February 2011
|Camilla Belle never fails to dazzle everyone with her perfectly polished outfits. This dress is no exception. Neutrals are an upcoming trend for the next season, and the shade perfectly compliments her light tan. The elegant folds give the dress an almost Grecian feel whilst the lace cut-outs on the shoulders add a hint of sexiness. The shoes give the outfit more of a statement, with the black popping against the pale hues. The studded bows prevent the look from being too prissy. Miss Belle, you live up to your name!|
Monday, 7 February 2011
|I used to be a passionate hater of thigh high boots, now I'm an avid disciple to them!|
|If ever there was an advert for vintage, this would be it. She looks stunning in her mother's vintage dress. The tousled hair dresses down the look.|
|What would normally be a prim and proper red boxy jacket (by Chanel) is given a rock update with a studded belt and white|
skin tight jeans. Fabulous colour choices too, she's practically a walking English flag! I'm also loving the layered jewelry
effect, which updates the look.
Saturday, 5 February 2011
There's something about Sky Ferreira that inspires my style. She's got a perfect butter-wouldn't melt doll face but wears clothes suggesting more of a devil-may-care attitude. It's an interesting paradox, and one I find myself trying to emulate in the mornings when I get dressed. Girly pieces, like the above slouchy t-shirt and prep-school tartan skirt are dressed down with a denim jacket and grungy boots. The result is a youthful look I have fallen in love with. I also adore the patterned leggings teamed with daringly high green satin shoes- it should be all wrong, but some how it works. From now on I'm definitely going to throw on some crazy leggings with an otherwise conservative outfit, or whack out the worker boots with a whimsical summery dress.
Thursday, 3 February 2011
Wednesday, 2 February 2011
Blouses have been completely reincarnated for spring 2011. No longer the destination for 30 year old teachers, they have never been prettier. For a 70's vibe go for a sleeveless brightly coloured one, or for classy edge go for a neutral chiffon number that's baggy enough to billow in the wind slightly and hang over a pair of denim cut-offs. Topshop has a fabulous selection:
Tuesday, 1 February 2011
I said yesterday in the 'The simplest things are the most beautiful' post that Oscar de la Renta's final dress, the shimmery silver one, would be on the red carpet within the next week. And I was right! Lea Michelle wore the dress to the annual SAG awards, but in my opinion she doesn't have enough edge, enough practised nonchalance, the pull it off. This is a dress that on the right person says understated, classy but incredible. It should be worn with daring stroppy make up and undone tousled I-just-came-out-the-shower hair.