Cheryl Cole looks ravishing in top-to-toe red at the Elle Style Awards.
Copy her glamorous, floor-length look with Ingenue’s maxi, £115 (020 7247 7424 / www.ingenuelondon.com).
So Glad to be back with more
The White Stuff’s sister label So Glad And Very is back with another vintage-inspired collection.
The limited edition line is available online at whitestuff.com with prices starting from £35 for scarves and accessories. The Imogen tunic, pictured, is £60, the Isla cardi is £80 and it’s worn with a cami, £35, and leather cork wedges at £65.
Daisy fronts Biba collection
Catwalk star Daisy Lowe is fronting the new spring season campaign for iconic fashion label Biba at House of Fraser.
The Seventies-inspired brand got rave reviews when it launched last autumn in a flurry of sequins, silk velvet and marabou feathers.
The collection for spring is now on the rails at House of Fraser in Meadowhall, with prices starting at £35.
Spring blossoms at Warehouse
Spring is about to blossom with fashion’s English country garden look. Prepare for floral-printed tea dresses, smatterings of petals on fitted blazers and ditzy flower prints on silk blouses.
Warehouse is doing garden party chic with a host of floral frocks - from maxis to classy border-printed knee-lengths (pictured, £60).
Now wedges are going floral
Step out with shoes that perfectly fit the floral theme.
These blue bloom-printed fabric ankle strap wedges are from New Look and cost £19.99.