Fashion Police Case Files


Would you wear… Peacocks’ £1.99 lace dress?

Last week, UK fashion chain Peacocks rather cleverly managed to drum up some publicity for themselves by selling a dress for the bargain price of just £1.99 – about $3.30, for those of you in the U.S. The dress is shown above: it was a little lace number, available in…


Best Dressed of the Week

Before we get on to this week’s Best Dressed contest, let’s take a quick look at last week’s winner: Kate Upton, in this gorgeous black dress… Kate was actually our pick for Best Dressed out of last week’s selection, too, so what can we say: our readers obviously have impeccable…


Wanted! Six Spring Pieces from Dorothy Perkins

Everyone has their favourite fashion season, and our would most definitely be spring. Particularly THIS spring. We’re totally in love with all of the pretty pastel colours, the big skirts, the polka dots and the stripes this season has seen fit to bestow upon us, and every day seems to…


Dress of the Day has moved!

ASOS pleated cami dress, £38 You might have noticed that our Dress of the Day column has been more like “Dress of the Every So Often” lately. It’s not that we haven’t been spotting dresses we love: far from it, in fact –  the current spring/summer collections have provided us…

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The Fashion Police is a style crime-fighting force dedicated to fighting crimes of fashion and solving style dilemmas. Whether they're arresting ugly items of clothing, answering Style S.O.S. calls, monitoring incoming trends or interrogating items of clothing in order to report back on their fit and quality, The Fashion Police keep a close eye on the world of fashion, and aren't afraid to call it as they see it. The Fashion Police blog is aimed at people who care more about style than fashion, and who won't be swayed by fashion trends and fads...