Made in Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo talks us through her pick of the prettiest pieces from our latest Style Heroes edit. Here’s how to steal her style.
Keep it Simple
If your look is less girly-girl and more casual-cool, why not just add feminine accents such as detailed collars or piped edges?
“My go-to this season will most likely be the 2-in-1 top, an easy way to work luxe layering. Jeans are always top of my shopping wish list too as they’re so effortless to dress up or down, depending on the occasion. A high-waisted pair provides fabulous shape and structure.”
“Avoid wearing all the feminine trends at once, I believe less is more. Embrace just one lace power piece at a time to make your mark.”
Classic silhouettes, traditional lace and a sweet peter pan collar lend lashings of vintage charm.
“I love ladylike clothes that help accentuate and flatter my figure. Lace accents, pleats and delicate fabrics always offer a gorgeous, girly edge that’s essential for everyday dressing.”
Mix & Match
This pleated skater skirt and coordinating lace blouse are the perfect partners for a night out with the girls.
“This flattering ‘50s-inspired A-line skater shape will suit all figures. It’s a great length for work or lunch with friends. Keep it on for cocktail hour and even all-night dancing too. I’d always pair it back with heels or lace ankle boots to add extra inches.”
Off-set statement styles with subtle nude accessories to create maximum appeal with minimal effort.
“Every woman needs heels! These patent nude courts are one of the hardest working wardrobe items you could own as they’ll work with everything from dresses to jeans, in addition to lengthening your overall silhouette.”