Gisele is the world's number one ranking supermodel. She's gorgeous and always looks great – from casual but upscale, on the go to professional wear, and sexy night out to formal events. Ready for an update? Be inspired by Gisele's style!
No matter what season, sunglasses are essential. We can't go without them and, lucky for us, there's many designs and shapes to choose from. Love them? Read on for the hottest brands you can wear this season.
Tie Dye was a big hit in the 60s and 70s. It's made a come back this year! Thank god because let's face it tie dye is amazing. Plus, it's a big hit at numerous run way shows - New York Fashion Week Spring, which we love!
Polka dots! Some love them or hate them – there are so many different ways to wear them, from tops to skirts, dresses and shorts.
Kim Kardashian, you either love or hate her... But this year she has been snapped out and about and at red carpet events with bold outfit choices but still stylish and in some cases elegant.
This spring, sequins are the latest trend! Who doesn't love sequins, they sparkle which makes you stand out and they make you look super sexy. You can wear them as a dress, shirt and even as pants. They come in a range of different colours and you can wear them any
Accessories can add a little something extra to your look. There are so many to choose from – from necklaces, rings to bracelets and bags. You can choose from a range of different styles from bohemian to elegant chic or even a edgy teenage chic.
The classic, black-and-white print is back and more chic than ever. Houndstooth, which originated in Scotland, is in season again in the iconic monochrome and also with a coloured twist. Featured in 2014 collections from ICB by Prabal Gurung, Balmain, Oscar de la Renta and Saint Laurent, houndstooth is making a
A classic faux pas, double denim has earned itself an unfair reputation of being daggy and trashy. Due to the disastrous outfits in 2001, courtesy of Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, double denim is many times feared in your mind when creating an outfit. But double denim shouldn't be discredited, because