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Some people's wardrobes are about a small selection of pieces that all fit within one aesthetic - Tania Braukamper isn't such a person. With a wardrobe that spans three different rooms, her approach to fashion is a mixture of current-season key pieces mixed with vintage finds she's sourced on innumerous shopping trips around the world's more cultured capitals. Despite a disparate approach to shopping, Tania is adamant that the key to mixing vintage with new season is to stick to key looks and colours that work for oneself. And it's a theory that she works into her writing for Fashionising.com, where she serves as the publication's Editor.

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Anja Konstantinova lends her sex-appeal to Intimately Free People

She may not have the typical model stature, but blonde Russian-Australian beauty Anja Konstantinova has plenty of sex appeal and sensuality to lend to the latest look book for Intimately Free People. The brand’s fall / winter 2015 collection features delicate lace bralets, high waisted briefs, and silk camisoles. Harper Smith photographed the gorgeous, softly-lit images.

Gorgeous girly styling you need to see today

Quite the contrast to her recent Victoria’s Secret swim lookbook filled with bright sun and teeny bikinis, gorgeous brunette Taylor Hill stars as the ultimate feminine inspiration in the September 2015 issue of Vogue Spain. With girly, lolita-esque fashion making a comeback this fall, the combination of lace, ruffles and pastel colours is perfectly on point.

New goodness from Jen’s Pirate Booty

Becca Hiller gets her boho styling and boots on for the latest lookbook from Jen’s Pirate Booty. With lace dresses, playsuits, and the odd chunky knit, it’s fall 2015 fashion you can start wearing now. The gorgeous images were photographed by Henrik Purienne.

Fitspo & fitness gear: Sweat Crew by Adrianna Ho

Insta-celebrity Adrianna Ho is building a small empire around her fitness obsession and covetable abs. Her latest venture: a specially designed collection called Sweat Crew, exclusively for retailer Pacsun. Merging sporty fashion with fitness wear you can actually work out in, the collection highlights camo prints, slogans and slick silhouettes.

How to rock the cool half-tuck

It doesn’t take much to rock your shirt in a cool half-tuck like a pro. Or like an off duty model, as the case here may be. Just leave one side hanging, a few buttons undone, and do it all with a dash of attitude.

Lara Stone for H&M is your ultimate ’70s inspiration

From bold prints to classic stripes, soft denim to buttery suede, nailing the revival of ’70s fashion is all about investing in those few key elements. The latest campaign from H&M not only includes all of those things – proving that you don’t need to spend big to have a killer, on-trend autumn wardrobe – but it does so with superbabe Lara Stone in the…
Lara Stone for H&M Fashion Statement F/W '15 campaign
Lara Stone for H&M Fashion Statement F/W '15 campaign
Lara Stone for H&M Fashion Statement F/W '15 campaign
Lara Stone for H&M Fashion Statement F/W '15 campaign
Lara Stone for H&M Fashion Statement F/W '15 campaign
Lara Stone for H&M Fashion Statement F/W '15 campaign

Feminine chic on the street in Paris

A midi skirt and loose-fit camisole might sound a little dowdy, but not when you know how to pull the combination off. Draw in the waist for maximum femininity, and add a pair of peep-toe booties for edge. This street style look from Paris had it nailed.

Elena Perminova and the romantic maxi

With the ’70s fashion revival came a renewed love of the maxidress-as-eveningwear. A semi-sheer sweeping gown in luxe fabric and a romantic colour is both effortless and yet statement-making. This one was worn by the ever-stylish Elena Perminova in Paris.

A print-clashing lesson

It’s not just the clash of one bold floral against another on Ella Catliff’s dress that makes her outfit stand out, but the daring addition of even more prints. Her floral-emblazoned clutch and patterned frames give the outfit even more wow-factor. A lesson in print clashing if ever there was one. For more street style follow that link.

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