Monochrome, Sunglasses and Look of the Week Trend


The mercury is rising and it’s time to break out in daringly bright print shorts, this look can be glammed up with sheer veiled layers and sky high wedge heels. Alternatively this look could be toned down with strappy flats for a more understated look for this spring trend.




The future is so bright you need new shades. Sunglasses have benefits far beyond their original purpose. They’re the refuge of eyes suffering late nights and early mornings, they’re the bringer of mystery and just generally the finishing touch to an outfit. Their importance is not to be understated. Come check out our latest trend of sunglasses.

27154717-5c32-458d-ba32-594a210c90efMonochrome Magic

Monochrome trend has been around for quite a while now and instead of being tired of it, we are simply finding new and hotter ways to style our outfits in chic monochrome. Monochrome has been having a moment. Never has black and white been as celebrated as much as this season.

If you like to keep things simple, this season’s monochrome trend is the perfect style solution. The colour combination of black and white is as timeless as it is flattering. One of the best things about the monochrome trend is its versatility. Stripes, spots or block colour, there’s a myriad of ways to wear it:

Striped Style

It’s a common myth that stripes make you look wider. Worn in the right way, they can actually have a flattering effect. If in doubt, go for vertical stripes to give an elongating illusion.

Spotty Steals

A quirky way to work the monochrome look is with polka dots. Spotty clothing is now a wardrobe classic and can make a great staple item that won’t end up on the trend-led sale rail at the end of the season.

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This is a classic look. It’s timeless, so even if the fashion gods are not dictating that it’s a style for the season, you can wear it anyway.


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