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  • StyleThe Telegraph

    How to master festival dressing in midlife

    Festival season is upon us, which is marvellous news for those who like festivals, and less marvellous news for those who like live music, al fresco drinking and fresh air, but whose stomach churns at the thought of the camping part. If only there was a way to experience the good bits without recourse to the bad. And there is – it’s called a day ticket – only those tend to involve exiting Gate D to catch the last train just as your favourite song comes on.

    7-min read
  • StyleYahoo Life UK

    This flattering and floaty John Lewis dress will be your go-to summer outfit

    Shoppers have described the floral dress as "fabulous" and "my favourite dress this year!"

    3-min read
  • StyleThe Telegraph

    This summer’s most stylish footwear is both practical and chic

    You will know by now that delicate, dainty shoes are very much back – which is fabulous, until you want to cover some serious ground. In real life, worn for 10,000 steps a day, a mesh slipper will collapse faster than a soufflé in the MasterChef kitchen. With that in mind, a more practical shoe is also needed in the summer footwear arsenal: one that can withstand a walking tour of the Acropolis or bargain-hunting in the summer sales.

    3-min read
  • StyleThe Telegraph

    Wearing the same dress as someone else is no longer a social faux pas

    With so many formal occasions to attend each summer, and just a handful of brands who cater to their very specific requirements, perhaps a same-dress scenario was always inevitable for the Royal family.

    3-min read
  • StyleThe Telegraph

    From Gary Lineker’s navy shirts to Gary Neville’s chinos – the style clichés to spot at the Euros

    Modern footballers are intertwined with the fashion industry. Their aspirational lifestyles and massive social media reach makes them perfect ambassadors for leading brands – just this week, England and Real Madrid wonderkid Jude Bellingham was unveiled as the new face of Kim Kardashian’s underwear brand, Skims, and Chelsea captain Reece James walked in an LA fashion show. Where they may have once been accused of a collective lack of taste, many are fast emerging as style icons in their own righ

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  • BusinessThe Telegraph

    How the world went mad for battered, dirty, £450 trainers

    One of the biggest thrills of buying something new is that it’s pristine, as yet unblemished by the scuffs and stains that daily life will throw at it. Opening a box-fresh pair of sneakers to find dirty grey marks all over its toes and soles would, under most circumstances, result in them being swiftly returned to the vendor. If you had paid £610 for said items, you would have even more cause to demand a full and unequivocal refund.

    6-min read
  • StyleThe Telegraph

    The make-up tricks which will make you look better not younger in your 70s

    On Monday night, Cher looked every inch the glamorous septuagenarian at the premiere of The Bikeriders in Hollywood. Wearing a cropped leather jacket, glittery black cargo trousers and fluttering long eyelashes, the 78-year-old defies the notion that you should “tone down” fashion and beauty choices with age. Her skin looked youthful and vibrant with a peachy-pink flush on the cheeks and lips and properly defined brows.

    5-min read
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