When Lady Amelia Windsor stepped out for the third royal wedding of the year in a frilly daisy-emblazoned frock, we weren’t the only ones to frantically google where we could bag one.It turns out, the fabulous spring number is by Turkish fashion extraordinaire Gül Hürgel and is remarkably (everyone, breath a sigh of relief) still in stock.After bloggers far and wide made a beeline for the Buckingham Palace-approved look, it got us thinking - where else can we shop wedding guest attire that the regal cool girl would want to borrow?From the Self-Portrait dress at the top of our shopping list to a high street jumpsuit sure to steal the big day, the hunt for wedding guest attire is well and truly over.
The Duchess of Cambridge‘s royal wardrobe may boast the likes of Jenny Packham, Alexander McQueen and Gucci, but the mother-of-three is an well-established fan of the great British high street.Keen to fly the white and red sartorial flag, the 37-year-old has been known to recycle a number of affordable items on public engagements.Take her now-famous Zara biker jeans for instance. Kate was first photographed in the cult item back in 2016 during a trip to Kaziranga National Park in India and dug them back out two years later for a trip to Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden in Paddington.Most recently, she surprised the fashion crowd in a £75 floral maxi dress from & Other Stories – an item sure to garner sell-out status.From her favourite pair of trainers to a penchant for Topshop that matches our own, take a look back at the Duchess of Cambridge’s best high street moments to date.
Juggling caterers and colour schemes with finding that dream dress can be enough to leave any bride hiding behind a toppling stack of wedding magazines.But what if we told you hunting down an ensemble fit for your big day needn’t break the budget?No longer is it frowned upon by the fashion crowd to opt for a high street look with a growing number of your favourite labels venturing down the aisle.For those on a mission to fulfil their childhood ambitions, Needle & Thread dreams up the stuff of fairytales with Duchess of Cambridge-worthy sparkle – just without the royal price tag.While Whistles continues to up its covetable wedding game with new styles for 2019 that you’re destined to say “I do” to. With everything from lace-emblazoned jumpsuits, chic co-ords and bardot necklines, the high street giant has only gone and flexed it’s wedding know-how once more.If that isn’t enough to inspire every Scandi-wannabe’s Pinterest board, fuss-free brides are bound to fall head over heels for Ghost’s slinky number which will take you from the registry office to the after-party in one fashionable swoop.From try-before-you-buy Monsoon to cool-girl brand Solace London, feast your eyes on this year’s most affordable wedding looks.
Australian pyjama label Peter Alexander has come under fire for charging plus-size customers more money for identical garments.
The television presenter has been accused of turning the series into a "fashion show" by fans.
Whether it's to encourage sustainability or raise money for charity, a growing number of businesses are sidestepping the shopping tradition this year.
Today, news broke that British fashion and homeware label Orla Kiely announced it’s ceasing trading, closing its stores and website.
July has rolled around and we can barely believe we’re so far into the year.With some of the best weather we’ve ever experienced in the British forecast comes plenty more outdoor activities to dress for, from pub garden sessions to festivals and lounging days in the park.This means there’s every excuse to go shopping for some new looks.We’ve been keeping tabs on the most covetable fashion drops of the month, from do-all black sandals to the designer-looking high street dress that everyone will be after. We’ve also scouted some glorious sunnies to keep you protected (thanks Zara), some perfectly chic beachwear (courtesy of & Other Stories) and the piece of jewellery you’ll take with you right through to winter.Fire up your laptop and get shopping…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:The UK’s most-hated item of clothing has been revealed and TBH, we get itAffordable outfit ideas we’re stealing from Instagram’s style set this summerFYI, the summer sales have started and these are the must-have items on our wish list
Cast your mind back to 25 September 2017, when Meghan Markle first stepped out in front of the paps hand-in-hand with a rosy-cheeked Prince Harry at the Invictus Games.Within a mere matter of minutes, the former actress’ Finlay & Co sunglasses sold out with fashion fans across the globe scouring the Internet for her court-side aesthetic.Fast-forward to 2018 and we’re still madly in love with her Buckingham Palace-approved wardrobe. The ‘Meghan Effect‘ is already estimated to be worth a cool £500 million and is sure to overtake the Duchess of Cambridge‘s sell-out status in the near future.But it’s hardly surprising, as Meghan’s protocol-breaking attire is a breath of fresh air in comparison to the royal family’s traditional sartorial stance. And despite her newfound status, the former ‘Suits’ star still flies the flag for the great British high street.Though she has a penchant for Strathberry bags and has looked to Givenchy for her most recent public engagements (ahem, including her wedding day) there are still some relatable looks hanging from her Kensington Palace closet.From her Babaton trench to that Marks and Spencer fascinator, these are Meghan’s most affordable looks to date.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Meghan Markle’s style file: Every look the Duchess of Sussex has worn in publicQuiz: How well do you know Meghan Markle?How Meghan Markle is switching up the royal fashion game
The department store hopes that the move will help to reduce the 300,000 tonnes of fashion waste sent to landfill each year.