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Style Stealer: Kristen Stewart’s white trouser suit

Head-to-toe white is a look that many people describe as “brave” – partly because it’s hard to imagine wearing so much white without spilling something on it (Which would kinda spoil the look, huh?), but also, we suspect, because it’s something of a head-turner. An all-white look is a guaranteed way to stand out in a crowd, even when the outfit itself is as simple as Kristen Stewart’s is here. Kristen was spotted wearing this white trouser suit, paired with a v-neck t-shirt and white patent loafers, while out and about in New York this month. The success of this look is all down to the tailoring: the sharp cut of the jacket and trousers is offset nicely by the…

Fendi shearling flatform sandals

Do flatforms EVER look stylish?

Fendi’s shearling flatforms: they look a bit like someone’s idea of a joke, don’t they? Like, they’re the kind of shoe you might wrap up and present to someone as a gift, before bursting out laughing, saying, “only joking!” and then presenting them with their REAL present. Either that or a pair of those comedy slippers everyone seems to love – you know the ones which are designed to make you  look like your feet are stuffed inside two giant puppies or something? Hilarious. These 850 euro designer shoes, however, are equally hilarious to us, as is the idea of people actually walking around in them, in all seriousness. Of course, we’re biased: flatforms are one of those things we’re…

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Style Stealer | Blake Lively’s yellow maxi dress and denim jacket

  It has to be said, Blake Lively is rocking maternity style right now, isn’t she? Pregnant or not, though, you can still steal her maternity maxi dress style: we love the way she’s dressed down this eveningwear-inspired yellow chiffon maxi dress with a casual denim jacket. On its own, this dress would probably have looked a little fancy for daywear, but denim jackets have a way of instantly making even the fanciest dress look just a little more casual, so we reckon this look could easily work for a summer barbecue, say, or other smart/casual event. You probably won’t want to spend quite as much as Blake Lively did on her chiffon maxi dress, though, so here are a…

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Shopbop Sale Picks

What do Fashion Police Officers wear off-duty? Well, they wear lots of things, as it happens, but seeing as the Shopbop sale starts today, here are some things we’d LIKE to be wearing… Alice + Olivia Nikola Stripe skirt Alice + Olivia make the BEST skirts, seriously. This one is a little on the long side, sure (When it’s below-the-knee on the model, you can take it as read that it’ll be almost ankle-length on anyone who DOESN’T have a model-esque stature…), but the right stripes and simple shape make it a great summer pick. Free People Full Sweep Trench Coat A trench coat is one of the few items that normally appear on lists of “wardrobe essentials” that we…

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These jeans are very distressed…

Over the years we’ve been policing, we’ve become pretty resigned to distressed jeans: to even accept them. Sometimes, a bit of distressing adds to the effect: it either creates that effortless, worn-in look, or it just makes the jeans look a little more interesting – a little less “here I am, in my very best jeans, that I’ve carefully ironed for the occasion!” Other times, though… other times, it just ends up looking like this. These jeans are a little bit more than just “distressed” aren’t they? These jeans are freaking the hell out. They’re not “effortlessly worn-in”, either: in fact, a whole lot of effort has gone into make them look like they’ve been worn to death. (And these ones…

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Unitards: who’s actually buying them?

all unitards: ASOS Remember when ASOS used to be called ‘As Seen On Screen’? It seems like a long time ago now, but the original concept of the site was to sell affordable versions of the clothes celebrities wear “on screen”, so each item would be “As Seen on X Celebrity”. Well, the name may have been truncated to simply ‘ASOS’, and the celeb-centric concept has long been ditched in favour of providing all kinds of clothing, for all kinds of events, but if you take a quick look at the unitards section, you might be forgiven for wondering if someone at ASOS still secretly wishes they were dressing celebrities, rather than the girl next door. Seriously: these three unitards…


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