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a new favourite obsession

everyone is turning 18 so with an abundance of parties comes an abundance of dresses. i find it easy to get bored of high street shops, you always end up with the same shit as everyone else. this is why i was extremely excited to discover nastygal.com, an american website where you want every single item.

so to combine a need for dresses and a new found obsession, i’ve picked my best of the enooormous bunch and put them all down here…

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Showgirls Velvet Dress £36.24

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Metallic Splatter Dress
£54.99

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Valiant Dress
£98.74

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Sydney Crochet Dress
£99.99

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Paradise Stars Dress – White
£52.49

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Coven Lace Maxi Dress
£156.23

Hope you find something great, i definitely have. a lot.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-YmjBdNqc4

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aw10 Trends: Camel

From a classy mac to a silky blouse, camel is the colour of the season…. to pull off head-to-toe camel break it up with a belt, mix and match with touches of black or pair different textures and tones together.

Belting

Washed Military ShirtCamel Pleat Long Line ShortsKnitted Textured Slouch JumperPonti A-Line Skirt

(all Topshop)

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A/W 2010 Trends

Here at MOtrend we’re feeling all autumnal. You can forget about wearing waterproof mascara to prevent the pool-side-panda look and finally relax about de-hairing, well, everywhere…because Summer is so last season! Bring on the thick furry jackets, the leather gloves and – aaah – the (many pairs of) Winter boots.

We’re going to do an A/W10 Trend mini-series, starting with the oh-so-fashiony coat of this season, the cape. We’ll be covering all your fashion bases in the next few posts so stay tuned…

So far we’ve covered:

The Cape

Camel

M x.x

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Clashing Prints: No-Go = Go Ahead

Animal prints with florals or tribal patterns beneath stripes – being experimental creates a relaxed, eclectic vibe which is now less hippy and more high-fashion. A bright printed scarf will jazz up any plain black bikini and a chintzy, pretty-in-pink patterned dress can have serious attitude when you layer it with a contrasting bandanna or scarf-belt and cowboy boots… Celebs like Whitney Port are already taking tips from the catwalk and leading the way. Topshop is especially good at creating bolder pieces.

(Marc by Marc Jacobs)

 

(Whitney Port and Mischa Barton)

Leopard Print HotpantsSky Bright TeeMeadow Print HotpantsTribal Leopard Print ShortsButterfly Silk ScarfAnimal Dress by Love**Tie Dye TeeSpot Bow Back VestCrazy Print Headscarf

(first 7 items Topshop; last two New Look)

x.x M

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Tuula

Tuula is the name of an ultra cool blog as well as an eBay store which 21 year old Jessica, online vintage store owner and model, owns. I think Tuula’s got summer-y spirit down to a T – she does live in Australia, after all… Check out her eBay store, as well as looking photoshoots and news on Tuula’s blog – her photos are gorgeous.

 

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Emma Pillsbury from Glee

 I thought it was high time we did a mini-series for Glee, after the success of our Gossip Girl and 90210 ones… I’m starting with Emma.

Miss Emma Pillsbury: fair skin, doe eyes, perfectly blowdried hair, cleaning fetish. Her trademark style is bright block colour (perfect for spring) with dainty heels and pencil shirts. Laavly.

Here are my favourite Emma-style pieces off the highstreet:

 

Orange top- Topshop £35; turquoise skirt – French Connection (Asos) £65; striped skirt – New Look £18; white shirt – Topshop, £25; blue pencil skirt – jane norman £25; black and white heel – New Look £20; belt, Dorothy Perkins £10; pale pink jumper – Topshop £52; puff sleeved jumper – Topshop £25; red necklace – Asos £10; mustard blouse – Asos £16; blue cardi Asos £50; blue heel – Asos £25

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Alice in Wonderland Style

With the new Tim Burton film and with Easter coming up, a wave of cute dresses and quirky jewellery is hitting the highstreet.

And with celebrities like Stella McCartney backing the fashion front, Alice in Wonderland could be here to stay:

^New Look £20

^Topshop £10

^asos £30

^asos £24

^asos £40

x.x M

 

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