Style

  • StyleThe Telegraph

    How tweed went from stuffy to chic

    Tweed has long been a part of the well-dressed person’s style armour, ever since it was first woven in the 1800s. It was developed as a durable, moisture-resistant fabric for those engaged in country pursuits – the traditional green and brown palette made it a camouflage of sorts.

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    How I mastered covering my grey hair using at-home hair dye

    Some things should undeniably be left to the professionals; baking a soufflé, Botox injections and anything to do with a carburetor.

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    Victoria Beckham: ‘I can really start building the fashion house that I always dreamed of’

    As fashion dilemmas go, it’s a niche one: what to wear to take the bow after your fashion show when you’re on crutches as a result of breaking your foot in the gym?

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    Sienna Miller’s ‘new mum style’ is gorgeous – but not reality

    Oh to be Sienna Miller. The actress made an appearance at the Chloé fashion show in Paris this week looking absolutely exquisite, all glowy faced, perfectly tousled blonde waves and chic lace slip dress.

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    Going braless will never catch on – no matter how hard fashion tries

    With Paris Fashion Week set to continue through till next Wednesday, all eyes are currently on the catwalk to see which trends women will be wearing next season. Will “quiet luxury” finally die a death? Perhaps mini skirts will be back in vogue again.

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  • StyleThe Telegraph

    Your old boat shoes are actually the latest It style

    This year you’re as likely to see the latest It Shoe in the bread aisle of your local Waitrose, as flanking the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week. Another Dad classic has just received the high-fashion treatment: scuffed-up boat shoes. Gen Z are starting to dress like chino-clad retirees in the Isle of Wight, as influencers and fashion editors are currently swapping their ballet flats for classic lace-up deck shoes.

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    Pinstripes aren’t just for city boys – this is the stylish way to wear them

    Pinstripes have long been seen as the unofficial uniform of the city boy. After all, the narrow stripe first rose to prominence as the suit of choice for London bankers in the 19th century, as a way to identify themselves to customers. In the 1940s, Hollywood icons like Marlene Dietrich and Katharine Hepburn started to rewrite the rules, wearing pinstripe skirt-suits as a form of empowerment, and since then, they’ve become synonymous with power dressing for everyone. During the work-from-home er

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