Style

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that dressing for cold and/or wet weather is the absolute pits. And there’s nothing worse than trying to get through your day with wet feet, especially because it usually comes out of nowhere. We’ve all experienced it. You find a chic outfit for work (in the on-trend hue of pumpkin
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Buying a suit online is easy enough, but buying a suit that fits well and looks good is a little more complicated. Though tailoring is an art, it’s also a science of sorts, with endless variables and numbers to input and weigh up. “It is going to be a lot easier for someone that already
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If you favour the clean look over facial hair, then shaving is probably the lengthiest part of your getting-ready routine. For something that takes so much effort to then ruin your look with splodgy red marks all over your money-maker seems as unfair as life can get. Don’t panic, ditch the trimmer and go full-on
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For the millions of converts to clothing rental platforms like Rent the Runway, Le Tote and Gwynnie Bee, trying out the latest trends without destroying the planet is a big part of the allure. I recently leased a gold sequin skirt and a ruffled red dress for date night—the kind of wear-it-once styles documented on
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If you’re under five-foot-nine (the average height of a British man) then you’ll know the pain of shopping on the high street. Most clothes aren’t cut for men of your stature, the thinking going that though hems and cuffs can be taken up, they can’t be lengthened. Which is true, but for short men, it
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It’s officially layering season, when we’re all exposed to cataclysmic changes in temperature every half an hour and battles over office thermostats turn deadly. It’s at this time of year when you have to deploy your most cunning fashion moves, creating coordinated outfits with more layers than an emotionally intelligent onion. Of all the layering
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Like getting to those last specks of dust under the bed or shaving the awkward hairs under your nose, training your difficult-to-target forearms seems like an almost impossible task. The problem grows when you realise they’re the one gain that will likely be on permanent display all year long. So while leg day will be
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Contemporary thinking on plaid tends to lie in one of two camps: those who see it as a simple, stylish essential, and those who denounce it as a sartorial symbol of that shudder-inducing neologism, the ‘hipster’. But to dismiss plaid as just another tired trend is to do it a disservice, as its history and
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New York, New York – the city so great they named it twice. Home to arguably the greatest art gallery in the world, the greatest skyscraper, greatest park, probably the greatest public toilet if you look hard enough. Sure it’s busy, the cab drivers intimidating, and a cup of Joe will set you back a
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There are some things you should know about Shiona Turini: 1. She’s the accomplished costume stylist behind HBO’s Insecure and new film Queen & Slim. 2. She styled both Solange Knowles and Beyonce’s “Formation” video. 3. She knows that the best design solutions start at a human level. Turini’s design decisions are tailored to an
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Shorts, T-shirt, trainers – job done. Dressing for summer isn’t exactly rocket science, is it? The cooler half of the year, on the other hand, can present more of a challenge. The colours, the layers, the dizzying selection of outerwear options, the annual struggle of trying in vain to work out if that beanie actually
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Blazing trails in the world of fashion is visionary Gala Mirey, creating jewelry and accessories with attitude and integrity, while encompassing an immersive flair. Gala Fashion is the state of existence where Modern meets Chic, where personality isn’t the first thing you see. The deliciously striking leather pieces not only add to your style, but
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