Five Style Tips We've Stolen From The Stars
Because who better to look to for fashion inspiration than the A-list?
1. Showcase spring prints with an updo.
Flowing locks look gorgeous all year round but one way to really make your SS14 investment stand out is by pinning your hair into a chic updo. Not only will it draw the eye to your pretty printed dress or statement top but it'll keep you cool on those scorching afternoons. Diane Kruger's leaf emblazoned monochrome frock gets the spotlight treatment thanks to her subtle make-up and scraped back tresses. Steal this A-list trick to really make the most of your latest buy.
2. Create your perfect hourglass shape.
There's one style essential that can transform your figure into a gorgeous hourglass shape; the belt. Make like the queen of cool, Kate Moss, and tie a cool, jewelled waist-cincher in the place that matters most to drop pounds without having to hit the gym. What's more, you can bag the fashion staple for less than £10 if you hit up high street heros like Primark, Matalan and Miss Selfridge. You'll wonder why you didn't snap one up sooner…
3. Don't be afraid to go glam in jeans.
Supermodel Karlie Kloss proves just how glamorous a simple pair of skinny jeans can look on a night out by teaming her classic pair of indigos with a structured blazer and roll neck jumper. Take this trick on board and work your go-to denims with the more structured pieces in your wardrobe for a comfortable, failsafe look the next time you go out with the girls. Gorgeous!
4. Swap your trusty summer dress for a jumpsuit.
It's easy to revert to your safest wardrobe option when dressing up for an evening out but take some fashion confidence from Iggy Azalea's book and opt for a jumpsuit. They're all over the high street this season in a wash of colours, cuts and styles so next time you're out shopping try on an all-in-one and switch up your style. The compliments will come thick and fast, we assure you.
5. Go matchy matchy in tonal hues.
Emma Watson shows us one style trick that can make any outfit look high fashion – colour-matching. On paper, a peach top, coral skirt and beige shoes shouldn't work, but actually, putting together pieces from the same colour family both soften your overall look and create the depth and layering you see every season on the catwalk. Try it for yourself, we promise you'll love it!