Ellery leather crop top: daily discovery

There’s one surefire way to take a crop top in 2011 and guarantee that it comes off as both on-trend and stylish (read: not tacky). Make it leather, and make it minimalist. To qualify that a bit further we’re not talking about skin-tight, underboob-scraping leather crop tops here, we’re talking about that Chloe-esque effortlessness that marries a looser cut with high-quality structured leather. Perfect for…

House of Balfour blouse: daily discovery

There’s a certain sexiness to a cut-away back; even more so when there’s a hint of crochet involved, as there most certainly is with this top by House of Balfour. Sheer and with a longer tail back, it’s the kind of thing that we can picture working just as well with black leather as with an elegant circle skirt or pair of wide-leg pants. You…

Acne two piece navy suit

Some inspiration for the gents who read in the form of a two-piece navy suit from Acne. Note thought that the details are perfectly on trend for 2011 – it’s a double breasted suit in what appears to be a Kent cut and the trouser are flared.

My Pet Square leather top: daily discovery

Camel. Leather. A colour, a texture, neither of which your current and indeed your Spring 2011 wardrobe should be without. This trapeze top by My Pet Square combines both, and proves that leather clothing doesn’t have to be strict or too structured – rather it can be just as relaxed as any other tee. From Pixie Market.

Another summer essential

The humble striped t-shirt. Along with high waisted denim shorts, be sure to add one into your spring / summer 2010 wardrobe. While perusing our striped fashion trend guide you’ll find plenty of inspiration on how to both dress the look up and down, though below you can see that, with a simple pair of jeans sans belt, it makes for the perfect weekend casual…

Vintage blues

The humble boyfriend shirt, short sleeved and in a classic men’s blue. Worn with the right tan, legs and hemline. A perfect last-hoorah to summer for 2010.
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