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My first fashion obsession of 2019 - Boilersuits

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There are fewer things you can be comfortable in over wearing a boilersuit. Loose-fitting but flattering, casual but chic with heels and easy to layer throughout the year, this pedigree breed of an all-in-one is a true wonder. I have an age-old Topshop cotton / linen boilersuits lurking in my Summer wardrobe as it’s the kind of throw-on piece that is easy to wear and comes back around in fashion every couple of years.

At the end of 2018 I noticed a resurgence of the boilersuit on the high street, in social media and I started feeling the urge to wear one with a roll neck underneath. I tried Topshops stitch denim one but I seemed to be inbetween sizes to make it work. Selling out twice now, this is the third delivery of the denim one and they now have it in different fabrics and colours which makes me think this trend is only going to get bigger and better into Spring Summer.

Since this big hitter I am confident that like the jumpsuit the boilersuit is versatile, stylish, easy to wear and well translate well into next season.

So I have done all the hard work for you and found the best boilersuits on the high street right now so you can get yours before everyone else - you can thank me later!


Best Boilersuits to buy now


1. Black belted boilersuit, River Island, £65

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red alert!

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I'm wearing a red balloon sleeve roll neck jumper - Topshop £39.00

 

If there's one colour that screams A/W 17 from a mile off, it's red.

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You may have noticed that red is everywhere this season, evolving from burgundy and then orange red to finally bright red of 2017. This colour will continue to be instyle and on trend for a number of seasons so it is a good time to buy it for longevity in your wardrobe and a great way to ignite your transitional one. 

In fact, it just so happens to the most flattering colour on all skin tones, there is a red out there for everyone whether you are Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter colours.

SPRING

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SUMMER

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AUTUMN

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WINTER

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So as it turns out we can all wear red and all wear red lipstick, so now there is no excuse to go red alert this season. I love red, it goes really well with navy, grey and black and can also be mixed with pink for a clashing but workable colour combination. Red can be injected into your wardrobe easily with accessories such as a red belt or bag, or this season the biggest accessory to buy in red is boots.

See my pinterest board - Red alert for more style inspiration

So you want to venture into the red zone, then take a look at my red picks for some shopping inspiration.

1. Block heel zip ankle boots - Marks & Spencer £35.00

2. Red Funday printed jumper - New Look £19.99

3. Skinny belt - Boden £25.00

4. Faux fur coat - Mango £119.00

5. Earrings - Zara £12.99

6. Slim jersey jacket - Whistles £85.00

7. Ruffle blouse - &other stories £59.00

8. Adidas originals Gazelle trainers - ASOS £75.00

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Meet this season's perfect layer- THE CAPE. Edits guide to this hot trend to wear now

The cape coat is back on the scene for Autumn Winter 2014 in a big way. This time around it is actually wearable and perfect for the Summer transition into Autumn. Burberry started the trend on the AW14 catwalks back in February where every model/celebrity had their own monogrammed Burberry Prorsum cape. From there the trend has exploded onto the high street, wrap yourself in one of these gorgeous capes that are available now.


1. French Connection Whitney Cape £170.00

2. Oasis Navajo wrap £28.00

3. Topshop Checked Cape £32.00

4. New Look Cream chevron Tassel hem wrap £24.99

5. Zara Hooded cape with piping £69.99

Looking for further inspiration on capes, check out my pinterest board- click here

http://www.pinterest.com/EditsStyling/aw14-capes/

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Edits guide to Spring pastels

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Loving the sugary sweet pastel shades that are currently coating the high street but not sure how to wear it? Bask in the gorgeous Spring-like weather outside, and start planning your new season palette with my pastels trend report.

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