OK, so a beret might be one of the hottest trends this season, but come on does anyone actually know how to wear one? According to how many Google searches are made looking for ‘how to wear a beret’, I’m not alone. I hold my hand’s up, I totally didn’t/don’t know how, and I have to be honest I’m not even sure this is right, but you know what, it was right for me. There is something about a beret, come on don’t we all want to be a chic Parisian in the 1960s when wearing one? But it isn’t as
Day three of my Oscars 2018 coverage – are you still with me? Or are you totally done with the award season red carpet? I promise this is the last one, but it is a good one, my favourite looks from the Vanity Fair Oscars Party, which sometimes I find is even better than the main event as the celebs can be a little be more adventurous, and I have some gorgeous looks for you – from Gal Gadot to Sienna Miller and my new style crush, Eiza Gonzalez who apparently you all love from your social media comments. My Favourite 8 Looks
I’m still all about the Oscars today, I loved this year’s red carpet so many amazing looks, from Nicole Kidman in that Armani Prive, I’m telling you I’ve never loved bows more to Emily Blunt’s ethereal Schiaparelli Haute Couture polka dot tulle gown, this year we really had a little of everything – bold hues, bows, sparkles, as well as the activism we’ve seen across this award season. Unlike the Golden Globes and BAFTAs where there was an unwritten black dress code to show solidarity with the Time’s Up initiative to combat systemic sexual harassment, abuse and discrimination across all industries, the Oscars
The Academy Awards is always one of my favourite red carpet night’s of the year, I do love the elegance, the drama and the exquisitely crafted gowns, and this year the Oscars 2018 didn’t disappoint, the all-black looks from the Golden Globes and BAFTAs were gone and a more hopeful, optimistic red carpet was in its place, filled with rainbow hues, bold statements, bows and lots and lots of sparkle. The red carpet was packed full of incredible looks and I have to be honest it was hard to pick just five as I’ve done at previous award shows this
So when did a pink coat become the new neutral? I’m not sure either but I love it. For me, beige, camel or white isn’t always my style, don’t get me wrong I love my camel coat, but it isn’t generally associated with fun and flirty, and that’s where I think a pink coat adds another layer to any look. The beauty in pink is that it is surprisingly easy to work with, it looks great with primary colours, other shades of pink, black, pastels, bold jewel tones, other neutrals, as well as denim. So basically a great addition to any wardrobe.