Some people can sum up their style in three simple words. “Athleisure for life,” “1970s silhouettes only” or “Scandinavian-inspired minimalism,” for example. But it’s not so easy when it comes to Margot Robbie. Trust us—we’ve been paying attention. One day the Aussie is embracing bohemian vibes, the next a mix of edgy rock ’n’ roll separates. However, across the board, the results are feminine, clean and in a fairly neutral colour scheme. Not to mention that her ability to keep us on our toes is always quite impressive.
Ahead we rounded up our favourite ensembles and the style tips that Robbie relies on for piecing together her enviable wardrobe.
The High-Street Suit That Every Other Blogger Is Wearing Right Now
If you have been in any high-street shops this month, you will know that corduroy is suddenly everywhere—and we mean everywhere. From pastel cord jackets to pale pink trousers, it’s a trend that is gaining momentum by the day. But the corduroy outfit that the Instagram set is most enamored with is an entirely different odd colour.
H&M’s musty-brown corduroy suit, with trousers that look like they belong to a 70-year-old history professor, has become Instagram famous and sold out in a flash. However, Mango just dropped an orange-tinged brown trouser suit as part of its sustainable Committed collection that is just as good, and it’s unlikely to stay in stock for long. Scroll below to see how the Instagram set is wearing these suits.
6 Winter Colour Combos That Will Instantly Lift Your Mood
Normally in winter, we hide away in navys, greys and blacks, however, this year the streets, runways and stores have decreed it’s all about vibrant colours. But look on the plus side: If we have to wear two jumpers and a coat, we might as well make them as cheery as possible, right?
This decisive shift is partly down to the growth of the biggest colour of the season—red. It’s already making autumn seem far cheerier than ever before, but this isn’t the only colour breaking into our winter wardrobes, with yellow, orange and pink also set to be hot hues for A/W 17. When it comes to styling colourful knitwear, coats and boots, it’s all about unexpected pairings. Think a lemon jumper paired with brown trousers, and red mixed with pink and purple. Keep scrolling to see six winter colour combos that will instantly lift your mood.
Prediction: This £13 H&M Top Is Going to Cause Mass Hysteria
There are high-street buys and there are high-street buys. We specialise in the latter here at Who What Wear, and as the new season approaches, our favourite affordable stores have already just received (or are about to receive) their first batch of autumn/winter 2017 goods. The first drop is usually the best drop. It’s the one where runaway successes are made in a blink of an eye, and you rue the day you didn’t buy that pink M&S coat when you had the chance.
There’s a great deal to sift through (and it’s not all pretty), but that’s where our team and know-how comes into play. We do the trawling and editing so you can just sit back, click a mouse and look fantastic before the cold weather even kicks in. From the new collaboration hitting John Lewis (you are going to pee your pants when you hear which designer has signed up—I almost did) to the Mango pieces that are already out of stock and due to be refilled any day now, plus one key bargain H&M buy that shouldn’t be missed, these are the most impressive high-street pieces for autumn, and we’ve lined them up into one easy-to-shop list.
Stop reading, start looking: Here are the best high-street items to buy this season.
You’ve tried hitting the snooze button a few less times; it didn’t work. Don’t worry—we’ve been there too. Making it out the door in the morning without feeling like you’ve been hit by a speeding Uber is a challenge, but with a few tricks up your sleeve, you can feel confident that even if you’re still sleepy, your outfit is a winner.
To help start your mornings off on the right foot, we tapped celebrity stylist Lindsey Dupuis for advice. With experience dressing major stars like Sharon Stone and Brittany Snow, Dupuis knows exactly what works. Her four quick tricks take the hassle out of getting dressed, so you can head out the door feeling confident, even if you haven’t had your coffee yet. Curious to see what she had to say?
Read on for the easy tips that will help you dress better every morning, and then shop our picks to help you pull it off.
Everyone should have their own personal “uniform,” a go-to formula that works best for you and your body type. This simple formula is something you can throw on in an instant and know you will always look polished and pulled together. Place several of your uniform pieces at the front of your closet so they are the first thing you see in the morning.
I often let shoes guide my look. They can direct your style in a specific direction that you might not have thought of. For example, if you opt for loafers, give in to a smart/sophisticated look for the day, and let your outfit evolve around your shoe choice.
Feel free to add in a statement accessory, but just one too many statement pieces will be confusing to the eye. Also remember, If you are trying to achieve a clean, sleek look, avoid mixing too many prints and patterns.
Don’t overlook your handbag choice, as it’s the punctuation mark to your look. A structured, ladylike bag instantly dresses up your look.