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Whether you're after Zara's cult silk skirt or don't know how to style out a festive knit, look no further for style inspiration this festive season.
After an absolute belter of a summer, we’re admittedly a tad grateful (sorry!) that we can finally wear the other 90% of our wardrobe.Regardless of how long ago our GCSEs were, September‘s back-to-school mentality still kicks in every year and we cannot wait to hit the shops for autumn-ready goodies.With animal prints ruling the fash pack this season, we couldn’t believe our luck when we discovered that silk skirt back in stock. Meanwhile, Zara’s recent influx of corduroy co-ords is sure to make a dent in our credit cards.From Marks and Spencer’s most talked about knit to the cowboy boots coming to a Pinterest board near you, these are the ‘new in’ numbers high on our agenda.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 Princess Diana-inspired trend that’s made an unlikely comeback this summer 7 outfit ideas to wear in this tricky transseasonal weatherThis season’s scarf print trend has been given the royal stamp of approval
May is upon us – finally! – which in our books, most definitely counts as a summer month… even if the weather isn’t playing along.And we all know that the ringing in of a new season means you have every excuse buy yourself a new piece *cough, wardrobe full* of clothing.Luckily for you, we’ve been keeping tabs on the most covetable fashion drops of the month, from Topshop‘s very Shrimps-esque beaded tote to Zara’s on-trend slides and the perfect wedding guest dress courtesy of & Other Stories. We’ve also scouted some glorious lingerie (thanks, Love Stories) and jewellery (Mango have naile it again) to keep you happily.Happy 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:May’s best beauty: Our pick of the top hair, body and face products to shop this monthRihanna is about to drop a size-inclusive lingerie range and we’re so down with itDavid Gandy wants the legal age for unchaperoned models to be 21: “I think we go into this industry too young”
A new year calls for a new wardrobe. Or, at least, a fair few new additions to your fashion arsenal so you feel like you have some fresh gear to get you through January.There’s barely anything decent left in the sales, so splurge all the money you’ve saved doing dry January and treat yourself to a couple of these new-season drops.From new buys by cool-girl label Ganni to a covetable bag from this season’s It brand Staud and a must-have polka dot skirt from Topshop, you’re bound to find a fair few good bits in this round-up you’ll want.Happy shopping!Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:12 hairstyles and hair trends to try in 2018The Duchess of Cambridge’s top maternity style moments This week’s best dressed celebrities
There’s no denying the Duchess of Cambridge‘s hold over the fashion industry.The ‘Kate Effect‘ has been in full swing ever since the royal fell into the media spotlight as a fresh-faced twenty-something.And it was the 36-year-old’s now-famous blue Issa dress (which she donned in her engagement photographs) that secured her position as one of the world’s most respected style muses.With an innate ability to crash endless shopping pages of the Internet (and almost send one label under) – the royal’s sartorial influence is incomparable.And perhaps what draws so many women to lust over her wardrobe, is the notion that it is just so darn relatable.When the Duchess of Cambridge isn’t sitting prim enjoying afternoon tea with the Queen, she’s donning Topshop’s latest line or sending us potty over Zara’s current must-have.Yes, it turns out Kate is just like us. And when it comes to championing the high street, the 36-year-old gives the royal touch.Take a look back at the Duchess of Cambridge’s best high street moments 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: The Duchess of Cambridge’s top style moments of 201710 fashion rules the Royal Family must stick toThe Duchess of Cambridge’s top maternity style moments
ISTANBUL (AP) — Fashion retailer Zara says it is working on establishing a "hardship fund" to help a group of Turkish workers who were left unpaid when an outsource factory closed down.
The greatest thing about autumn? It’s the perfect excuse to invest in a whole new wardrobe.But when looking for transeasonal pieces, fashion is no longer defined by the stiff roll neck or itchy, oversized knits.Surprisingly, the cardigan has undergone a serious sartorial revamp this season.Once upon a time, fashion followers would have laughed at the very thought of wearing the granny knit but the likes of Christopher Kane and Gucci have reinvented the humble item as we know it.Now, the fash pack are swapping hoodies for ladylike pearl-buttoned cardies faster than we can raid our granny’s wardrobe.Browse the gallery above for the chicest cardigans to shop now.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:How to master the art of transeasonal dressingThe fashion collaborations on our radar this seasonThe ultimate London Fashion Week SS18 trend guide
Today, New York bids farewell to the fashion elite for another season.But before anyone has chance to so much as update their Instagram profile, it all kicks off again.Yes, tomorrow all eyes will be on London, as the capital steps up to host five days of fashion. And it’s sure to be a talking point with some major shake-ups scheduled.London Fashion Week has not only switched venues this season (the event will take place at The Store Studios) but is also welcoming a few new faces.Couture fashion house Ralph and Russo is set to showcase its debut ready-to-wear collection on day one before the Roundhouse in Camden will play host to Tommy Hilfiger’s debut London show.But with such a highly-anticipated line-up, there’s never been more pressure for the fash pack to nail their wardrobes.With street style paps on every corner, dressing for London Fashion Week is a sartorial conundrum. But as the event approaches, we have a pretty good idea of which items attendees are clambering to invest in.Check out the must-haves on every fashion girl’s shopping list this London Fashion Week from that Marks and Spencer’s trench to the Ganni t-shirt of the season…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:All of the major designers showing at London Fashion Week September 20178 of the most iconic catwalk moments in historyThe London Fashion Week labels the Duchess of Cambridge supports
As we bid farewell to sun-tinged skin and days spent wrapped up in a series of books, it can prove hard not to count down the days until next summer.But with the prospect of a whole new season ahead of us, there’s no greater excuse to bag a brand spanking new wardrobe.Yes, it’s time to trade backless loafers for sock boots and swap slogan tees for layers. After all, as the nights grow darker and the temperatures dip, it’s only sensible to invest in some new clobber. Right?And luckily for us, the high street has witnessed the first sartorial drop of the season.From back-to-work shirts to slogan knits designed to be ‘liked’ on Instagram, these are the must-have garms on our autumn agenda…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:8 new fashion brands heading to London6 new fashion releases you need to know about this weekBella Hadid is bringing baker boy hats back