So you’ve packed all your best clothes for your holiday but you’re now wondering what to wear for the journey. You want something stylish yet comfortable. Chucking a tailored blazer/trench coat over loose camis or t-shirts can really up the anti in the fashion stakes. Slate greys, Khakis and even rusts seemed to have made their way into the airport fashion trends. At FabWorld we love this Camel waterfall gilet, it adds a certain chicness to an outfit. Accessorize with an oversized tote bag to hold all of your duty free goodies and some oversized sunnies to hide those jet-lagged eyes!
Camel is the new beige, it’s this seasons neutral colour. This colour can polish an outfit off and give an elegant twist on it. This colour is a staple to any wardrobe and different shades can give different dimensions to an outfit especially when different using different textures. This outfit can be dressed up or down all you need to do is swap the heels with some flats. Corduroy is no longer a material that is stuck in your childhood and can be fashionable…when it’s done right!
Festivals are at fever pitch right now and Glastonbury is next on the agenda. When choosing your festival outfit take some inspiration from the 90’s. Dungarees are making a comeback and have been brought bang up to date. A jumpsuit version gives the old skinny jeans a new lease of life and has given a new twist to them, to give it an effortlessly cool festival look team it with a crop top or bandeau crop top – if you dare to bare all! We are in love with these brown tortoise shell sunglasses from River Island!
Last night saw the red carpet rolled out yet again for the Glamour ‘Women of the Year’ awards. Women from the likes of TV, Music and even guests from across the pond turned up for the prestigious awards ceremony. There didn’t seem to be one leading style at the awards and we saw everything from Kate Hudson and Suki Waterhouse daring to take the plunge with plunging necklines to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Ellie Goulding flashing their toned bronzed pins. We are head over heels over this white Grecian style dress which screams summer! Add some gorgeous gold accessories and a sultry red lipstick and you’ll look like you’ve stepped straight off the red carpet.
Jumpsuits seem to be a trend that has some serious staying power. This time we’re taking a more tailored approach to the trend. This jumpsuit from warehouse is gorgeous and it combines two trends in one with it being tailored as well in a bardot style. Just team with a pair of killer heels, statement jewellery and a beautiful clutch bag for those special occasions.
We couldn’t do this week’s blog without giving a nod to the new princess on the scene. Princess Charlotte was born at 8:34 on Saturday morning and was presented to the world less than 10 hours later. Not only was the worlds eyes on the new princess they were also on what Kate Middleton was wearing. Kate Middleton stepped out in front of the worlds media and colossal crowds in a bespoke yellow floral number designed by British designer Jenny Packham. She teamed the spring inspired dress with her effortlessly elegant trademark wavy/curly hairstyle. Although her dress was a bespoke piece here are a few options of how you can get Kate Middleton’s style.