My Favourite Things This Week: Golden Globes Style, Floral Footwear and More

golden globes.jpgWe all eagerly await awards season purely for the sake of seeing what beautiful fashion the celebrities wear on the red carpet. I found the Golden Globes particularly impressive this year, and my favourite looks were without a doubt the dreamy Zuhair Murad gown worn by Lily Collins and the Altuzarra tuxedo worn by Evan Rachel Wood, which was a choice the actress made in order to show us all that women aren’t limited to the traditional choices in formalwear at these events.

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Just about everyone can recall Miranda Priestly’s dry remark about florals for spring being ground-breaking in The Devil Wears Prada, but with the new season fast approaching something that I have been noticing (and loving) in the shops is floral footwear. I like ankle boots in particular, and these products, and those like them, can be found at stores such as Topshop, ASOS and Doc Marten.

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With their combination of a monochromatic colour scheme and masculine tailoring, juxtaposed with sheer fabrics and floral details, the Lanvin Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection combines many elements that I love. Stripes never seem to go out of fashion, and the slouchy, often masculine silhouettes give the collection a sense of effortlessness.

max-maraAnother collection that I’ve been loving is the Max Mara Pre-Fall 2017 collection. All the pieces are incredibly versatile, and I’d probably even wear some of them myself. I love the blue colour scheme, mostly because it’s one of my favourite colours, and many of the silhouettes with the cinched waists are incredibly flattering.

Thank you for reading!

jodie

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