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Fashion is such a unique concept, yes there are trends we love and unsurprisingly become popular, but as trends filter into the clothing rails at our favourite high street stores it's our chance to put a spin on things. I often think how can I stand out wearing this when everybody else is wearing it too? I've been truly inspired by fashion icons this season, ranging from the bloggers I follow and love to the incredible Iris Apfel. Seriously, search Iris Apfel quotes and if you're not left feeling inspired then I don't know what else will get your creative juices flowing.

"There's no how-to road map to style, it's about self-expression and, above all, attitude."

This one stood out to me; trends don't need to be followed as such but more so created. We have the ability to customise all aspects of our life, not just the clothes we wear but also everyday things ranging from our phones (hello rose gold goodness) to our cars, the new DS 3 is a perfect example of customising every aspect! It feels like not too long ago since the influx of fashionable ladies and gents graced the streets of central London but now the focus has already moved on to the Parisian streets, the final location for this season and I've truly immersed myself in all things fashion over the past month including attempting to recreate catwalk styles myself.

I can't remember when I started loving flares, probably last season when the 70's blew up and I can't begin to tell you how happy I was to see them gracing the catwalk once again at the Holly Fulton and Ones To Watch catwalk shows, they're here to stay for at least another season! For an in depth look at those shows check out my recap of A/W16. You've seen these flares before (and trust me, this won't be the last you'll see of them either!) but I've really found the perfect pair in these. I attempted to recreate some of the styles I spotted this season including modern tailoring at Eudon Choi with the addition of my tailored duster coat. I can't help but love monochrome, although it wasn't something I saw much of on the catwalk - there was a surprising amount of colour featured this season - I'm happy to put my twist on things, making trends suit me.

[Photos taken by Faith]

New DS 3 and New DS 3 Cabrio make a winning formula even better. Designed with a clean new look the car is the automotive embodiment of Parisian chic. Beneath its stylish exterior New DS 3 is built on the DS foundations of technology, refinement and attention to detail. From DS LED vision headlights through to 7" touch screen and mirror screen, the car is full of technology to make life easy. Watchstrap design leather seats is an example of the refinement in New DS 3, ensuring that our most compact car meets the exacting standards we demand of every DS. It's also a car with a multitude of options to personalize so the owner can make the car their very own style statement.

Compensation was provided by DS 3 via Mode Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and not indicative of the opinions or positions of DS 3.


  1. Yessss you look SO amazing! I LOVE this outfit!

    Shot From The Street

    1. Thanks Lizzy, it's so minimal but love the silhouette! X

  2. That's such a gorgeous outfit! I love it but I'm way too short for that to be flattering on me. It looks great on you though.
    Zoe xx