Cowboy boots are officially back so giddy up with our edit of the best

Cowboy boots are officially back so giddy up with our edit of the best


Anybody want to watch Toy Story again?

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Grab the cowboy boots but leave the hat at home, Western style kicks are back with a vengeance this season. We spotted this autumn fashion trend everywhere at fashion shows and amongst the street style set, ranging from straight-out-of-Texas embroidered beauties to more minimal monochrome pieces. And luckily, loads of similar styles have just dropped in stores in time for the chilly weather.

Sported both on the runway and off, the likes of Calvin Klein, Fendi and Isabel Marant reinvented the classic silhouette with their AW18 shows earlier this year. Not everybody’s going to be super down for the traditional Western stitching and mid-calf lengths however, which is why we’ve noticed that ankle cowboy boots seem to be the way to go (and there’s certainly enough of them floating around at the moment).

We chatted with LIKEtoKNOW.it, a fashion discovery app, who’ve noticed that there’s been a huge spike in people saving and buying cowboy boots. There’s always going to be a time and place for a quintessential black cowboy boot, but we’ve got our eye on bolder styles this autumn.

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Following the surge of summer interest in animal print pieces, the trend is still going strong with faux snakeskin, zebra and leopard print encouraging fashionistas to walk on the wild side this month.

Texture wise, you can never go wrong with a glossy or supple leather boot but Fendi’s faux croc kicks have definitely taken our interest. And when it comes to colours, we’re all about the white cowboy boot (who cares if it’s impractical?) and cherry red shades for those who really want to make a statement.

Here’s a selection of the most popular cowboy boots for women on LIKEtoKNOW.it and a few of our favourite picks below…

Cowboy Boots for Women

When our fashion editor Penny Goldstone walked in wearing these boots, I almost hit the floor. These gorgeous snake print booties from Find are everything and look way more expensive than they actually are. Lots of brands are doing their own take on faux snakeskin boots but I’ve gotta say, these are definitely the cream of the crop.

Find Women’s Western Ankle Boots

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Priced at £87, available at Amazon.co.uk/Fashion

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Black Cowboy Boots

I stan a good high street purchase and these Topshop cowboy boots have completely won me over. Worn by blogger Nicole Ballardini of NickyInsideOut.com above, the brand pays homage to the classic Western details but balance it all out by keeping things monochrome.

Topshop Arizona Western Boots

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Priced at £65, available at Topshop

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Ankle Cowboy Boots

So the moment I laid my eyes on these babies, I fell in love. It doesn’t get more AW18 than this, as Megan from meganvlt.com has nailed both the cowboy boot trend and the current animal print obsession all in one. Luckily, these Stradivarius kicks aren’t too expensive and more importantly — they’re still in stock.

Stradivarius Leather Zebra Print Heeled Ankle Boots

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Priced at £65.99, available at Stradivarius

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White Cowboy Boots

It’s impossible to get away from white ankle boots this season, especially since everybody fell madly in love with those pointed BALENCIAGA boots everybody was wearing at fashion week. We’re pretty keen on the white pair that blogger Sinead Crowe is wearing above from & other stories.

I spoke to her via LIKEtoKNOW.it about the trend and she told us, ‘I’m loving these boots because they’re a super wearable take on the cowboy trend. I’ve been eyeing up cowboy boots for a while but never dared to try them out as I felt it was quite out there for my style. These are the perfect everyday boots that give a nod to the trend without being too out there!’

& other stories Low Leather Cowboy Boots

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Priced at £129, available at & other stories

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H&M just dropped a dreamy wedding dress collection and we’re obsessed

H&M just dropped a dreamy wedding dress collection and we’re obsessed


Kate Middleton, eat your heart out.

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Getting married is a long way away for me, but I’m not going to lie — I have a soft spot for wedding dresses. Whether I’m fawning over Emily Ratajkowski’s alternative AF Zara wedding suit or scrolling through utterly classic lace wedding dress, there’s something about a snatched wedding outfit that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy. I was scrolling through H&M’s website earlier today and that feeling smacked me right over the head as they’ve just released a new online-exclusive line of high street wedding dresses. Was I expecting it? No. Am I obsessed? Absolutely.

There’s a whole range of dresses that’ll make any bride-to-be’s heart melt, whether you’re gunning for a romantic vintage-inspired gown or a very 90s minimal satin dress. According to the brand, the line is all geared around winter wedding dresses and draws influence from ‘royal weddings’, ‘vintage styles’ and ‘bohemia-model-marries-rock star weddings’. The latter’s pretty niche, but I stan.

Here’s four of my favourites from the line below to say ‘I do’ in…

H&M Long Bandeau Dress

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This is undoubtedly my favourite dress from the line, as it’s a simple yet chic look with an asymmetric ruffle skirt for the dreamiest dash of interest. Can you imagine how this baby is going to flow as you’re walking down the aisle? LIVING.

Priced at £149.99, available at H&M

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H&M Long Lace Dress

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Forget about Kate and Wills, this royal wedding-inspired dress is everything without the hefty Alexander McQueen price tag. With scalloped lace sleeves, a sweetheart neckline and a subtle grosgrain band to pull it all together, it’s a piece I’m sure Queen Elizabeth would approve of.

Priced at £149.99, available at H&M

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H&M Long Satin Dress

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In my mind, this is the dress that Rachel from Friends would get married in and it’s giving me major Calvin Klein vibes. Whether you just hate fussy dresses or you want something a little slinkier for your big day, this satin maxi will cling to you like liquid as you float through your reception.

Priced £149.99, available at H&M

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H&M Long Lace Dress

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If you’ve been smashing that pre-wedding workout plan, this dress is the perfect opportunity to show off those toned shoulders and arms you’ve accomplished. The floor-length gown is the laciest of the lot and the hem is actually longer in the back, so it’ll trail along the floor behind you slightly. Sweep on, my bridal goddesses.

Priced £149.99, available at H&M

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Unsurprisingly, the dresses from the H&M bridal collection tend to veer towards the more expensive side for the brand at around £149.99. However, some of their older dresses are going for as low as £35 if you’re looking for a major bargain.

Pemilla Wohlfahrt, H&M’s design director said of the line, ‘There is truly a dress for every bride to be.’

Not gonna argue with that. Give me all of them.

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The ‘Rachel’ bag is a thing and you need to get the memo

The ‘Rachel’ bag is a thing and you need to get the memo


Some iconic noughties bags are making a comeback and I’m very much enjoying this sartorial walk down memory lane. First, Dior brought back the saddle bag, then Fendi re-vamped its baguette.

Now cult shoe brand and editor favourite By Far has just issued a bag inspired by one of our favourite TV characters of all time: Rachel Green.

Back in the late nineties, when you asked for a ‘Rachel’, you would get side-swept, choppy layers. But in late 2018, you will get a gorgeous chic and minimal shoulder bag.

Available on Net-A-Porter, the bag’s description goes, ‘You’d be right in thinking that BY FAR’s ‘Rachel’ bag has a cool ’90s feel – the design is inspired by the wardrobe of Jennifer Aniston’s character in the hit TV show Friends. The style is perfectly sized to hold the essentials and has a short detachable strap. Bella Hadid was spotted carrying hers in-hand, but it fits comfortably on the shoulder, too.’

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And we can totally see it. Think the period where Rachel worked at Ralph Lauren, wearing impeccable tailoring and simple shoulder bags such as this one.

I’m investing the faux-croc version for a look that’s still very much a nod to the 90s, but is bang on trend.

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This is the most popular designer handbag on Instagram right now

This is the most popular designer handbag on Instagram right now


Want. Want. Want.

When it comes to spending your hard-earned money on a designer handbag, you obviously want a style that will last you a lifetime (at least to justify it to yourself!). However, it’s also nice to have an it bag that’s so trendy, it might as well have its own Instagram page.

Like the Chloé Nile shoulder bag. It’s not new season, granted, but as Who What Wear points out, Net-A-Porter describes it as having been posted over 46,000 times on the ‘gram since it launched last year.

Seen on the arms of countless celebrities and influencers, from the Duchess of Sussex to Song of Style, the bag has quickly reached a cult status.

With its gold hoop handle and leather body in covetable shades (rust, pale blue, red and white are just some of my favourites), it is the perfect marriage between bohemian and sophisticated – it is the embodiment of the Chloe girl.

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The original large and medium styles were the hit of 2017, whilst this season, it’s all about the newer mini version, cementing our love for tiny, tiny bags.

You’ve probably seen it all over the ‘gram, but if you haven’t, then a few quick style notes: wear with a floaty printed dress, or a corduroy suit for a look that’s very OTM (that’s of the moment btw).

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Meghan Markle wore a £69 shirt from one of our fave high street stores

Meghan Markle wore a £69 shirt from one of our fave high street stores


Yesterday, while Kate Middleton returned from maternity leave in her favourite Zara jeans, Meghan Markle proved she was as much a fan of the high-street, for a trip to the University of Chichester’s Engineering and Digital Technology Park with Prince Harry.

The Duchess chose a £69 moss green shirt for the occasion, from one of our favourites, & Other Stories.

To be fair, she did pair it with designer items, notably a Hugo Boss skirt, an Armani coat and a Gabriela Hearst bag, but we’ll take it as an excellent lesson on how to do hi-lo fashion. Side note: the coat is sold out, but see our edit of the best camel coats here.

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See also the way she softened the tough leather pencil skirt with the feminine silk shirt, and kept it all tonal, in a shade that’s very in for autumn/winter.

It’s also a shade Meghan is a fan of, having previously worn olive green at her nephew Prince Louis’ christening.

Don’t know about you, but this is making us embrace autumnal dressing.

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These Zara mules sold out in one day (but they’re coming back in stock)

These Zara mules sold out in one day (but they’re coming back in stock)


There’s nothing like a new pair of shoes to embrace the new season, and Zara have the perfect pair. So perfect in fact, that they sold out. Twice.

The pair of velvet slippers (perfect for this trans-seasonal weather) sold out once, then came back in stock on Monday before promptly selling out again.

It’s easy to see why. The mules are far chicer than their £29.99 price tag suggests, thanks to the rich jet black velvet, embroidered with sitting leopards.

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They will look great paired with a mohair jumper, jeans and a camel coat, or even with a black tuxedo for a fancier evening look.

And if you missed out on them, fear not. They are coming back in stock, and you can sign up next to your size to be alerted as soon as they come back online.

Good luck!

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We’ve found the best camel coats on the high street right now

We’ve found the best camel coats on the high street right now


Call off the search!

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The best camel coat is an essential part of any winter wardrobe. The chicest way to work the trend will always be the mid-length and buttonless belted version, and the high street have clearly picked-up on our love for this robe-style duster coat as there are plenty of perfect styles to re-charge your wardrobe.

As the best camel coats naturally go with workwear, look to sleeker designs for something tailored to perfection. You’ll find smart versions from the likes of Max Mara and Joseph (the original purveyor of the dream camel coat). Though these luxe-looking styles may seem expensive, their timeless potential will prove a worthy investment, and will serve your wardrobe well for many years to come.

If you’re after a classic coat that will last you for many seasons to come, try the likes of Hobbs, L.K.Bennett, Maje and Marks & Spencer. If you’d like something more trend-led, check out the military style options, from the likes of Mango, Zara and Topshop.

While camel is the hue on the agenda here, we have got some lighter, beige colours for anyone who’d prefer a more muted tone. For the current season, it’s all about pairing camel with burgundy and checks, so don’t be afraid to invest in some new tailoring and knitwear to go with your coat.

Camel coats Zara

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Camel coats Topshop

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Camel coats ASOS

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Camel coats New Look

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Camel coats H&M

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More high street and designer camel coats

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From fun, fuzzy coats, to timeless, tailored styles, there really is a camel coat to suit every taste at the moment, though if you’re really after an on-trend investment piece, then I recommend a 70s style coat with faux-fur collar.

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12 Australian fashion brands you need to know about

12 Australian fashion brands you need to know about


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Australian fashion has perhaps often been overlooked in favour of its European and American counterparts, however sartorial times have been changing over the last couple of years, in part thanks to a slew of celebrities endorsing up-and-coming Aussie designers – think Kendall Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski in Bec + Bridge, Beyonce and Blake Lively in Zimmermann.

Social media has also had a bit of a role to play, with Instagram hits such as the Realisation Par leopard print skirt and Ellery sandals shared by countless influencers. Scroll down for a few Australian fashion brands, new and old, that I’m excited about right now.

Realisation Par

A lot of people think this is a US brand, but it was actually founded in Melbourne by Alexandra Spencer and Teale Talbot. It’s now an international success story with the likes of Alexa Chung and Kaia Gerber sporting the brand’s signature floral slip and wrap dresses. The good news is the brand now ships to the UK too.

Shop now: The Jeet – Flower Power dress for around £160 from Realisation Par

Nelson Made

Melbourne-based Nelson Made sandals are as chic as sandals get. You can shop from its latest arrivals on-trend arrivals (I love the woven slides) or design your own from its range of timeless classics such as square-toe sandals, choosing everything from the metal detail to leather colour.

Shop now: HELENA WOVEN SLIDE for around £100 from Nelson Made

Bec + Bridge

Bec + Bridge isn’t a new brand, it was launched 15 years ago in 2003. However thanks to the likes of Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin and Dua Lipa wearing its party dresses, the brand has grown internationally over the past year. Look to it for contoured lines and sleek silhouettes in its party dresses, as well as a refined collection of chic separates in fresh and vibrant colour palettes.

Shop now: Mamita mini dress for £227.76 from Bec + Bridge

Ellery

Kym Ellery is one of the few Australian designers to not only have an international commercial success, but also show at Paris Fashion Week. Her luxury designs have been worn by Rihanna, Solange and Elle Fanning amongst others, and known for being sculptural yet easy to wear. Look out for the statement earrings too.

Shop now: ELLERY Spector PVC-trimmed denim jacket for £895 from Net-A-Porter

Zimmermann

Founded in 1991 by sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann, the brand offers floaty floral designs worn by an army of celebrities, such as Beyonce, who loved one of the dresses so much that she posted several photos of her wearing it on her website. I also love the chic swimwear.

Shop now: ZIMMERMANN Melody floral-print silk-crepon maxi dress for £975 from Net-A-Porter

A. Emery

If you’re looking for a colourful, fashion-forward sandal, you’ve come to the wrong place. But if you’re looking for mega chic black sandals that will go with literally everything, then A.Emery designs are for you.

Shop now: Jasper sandals for around £72 from A. Emery

Camilla

Camilla Franks launched the label in 2004 and has become known for her intricate hand painted prints which are inspired by her travels to various destinations around the world. The brand have garnered a cult celebrity following from the likes of Beyonce and Oprah to Georgia May Jagger and Miranda Kerr. The brand will also be hosting a pop-up store in Harrods from 11th October to 4th December, so you can see and shop the designs IRL.

Shop now: CAMILLA jumpsuit for £815 from Net-A-Porter

MISHA COLLECTION

Founded in 2013 by designer Michelle Aznavorian, the brand is known for its unique occasionwear that embraces femininity. It’s a firm favourite of A-Listers and supermodels alike, and devotees include Jennifer Lopez, Adriana Lima, Amber Valetta and the Hadid sisters.

Shop now: SOPHIE DRESS for £205 from MISHA COLLECTION

Lee Mathews

Originally from Northern Ireland, designer Lee Mathews moved to Sydney and launched her label in 2000, presenting feminine, wearable clothing in muted tones. I love the easy separates and elegant dresses made of fabrics including silk, linen, wool and cashmere.

Shop now: LEE MATHEWS Nellie checked cotton apron dress for £350 from MatchesFashion.com

Pereira Fitzgerald

The brand has only been going since 2015, but it’s garnered quite a following thanks to its perfect summer dresses in light, flowing fabrics and bold prints.

Shop now: Tie dress for around £72 from Pereira Fitzgerald

Matteau

Shop now: MATTEAU Maillot de bain The Square for £240 from Net-A-Porter

No one does a flattering black bikini like Matteau and the swimsuits are equally good. Both come in classic colours such as camel and red, as well as more fashion-forward prints. Look out for the chic cover-ups too.

Rebecca Vallance

Shop now: REBECCA VALLANCE Mimosa stretch-crepe blazer for £460 from Net-A-Porter

Having launched the business in London 2012, Rebecca decided to move back home to Sydney to launch locally with collections that very much focus on structured tailoring, precision cut separates, beautiful day to evening dresses and luxurious fabrications.

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Kermit the Frog has collaborated with this iconic French brand and it’s surprisingly chic

Kermit the Frog has collaborated with this iconic French brand and it’s surprisingly chic


I know Kermit the Frog doesn’t automatically come to mind when you think of your favourite style icons, even if Kermit green was all the rage last season, however this new collaboration may change your mind.

In case you weren’t familiar with Kermit (pah!), then here’s a little background info for you: he was born in a swamp and lived there surrounded by his thousands of brothers and sisters, before learning to play the banjo and heading to Hollywood. He started his own TV show and the rest, as they say, is history.

Except that not content being a successful actor and director, he decided to head to Paris to become a designer too, which brought him to the studios of iconic Parisian house Sandro.

The result is a collection that combines the chaotic spirit of the Muppet Show with the paired-back aesthetics of the Parisian fashion house.

Kermit’s portrait is knitted on wool-jersey round-neck sweaters or embroidered with multi–coloured pearls on a hoodie or a velvet backpack and photographed disguised as a bride on white cotton t-shirts.

Shop now: SANDRO X THE MUPPET SHOW SWEATER for £239 from SANDRO

Shop now: SANDRO X THE MUPPET SHOW BACKPACK for £209 from SANDRO

Shop now: SANDRO X THE MUPPET SHOW T-SHIRT for £120 from SANDRO

As expected, the colour palette is bright, from frog green to electric red, with a touch of softer anthracite, sky blue and light ecru.

As for how to wear the collection, follow Sandro’s masculine/feminine guidelines. Pair oversized cardigans with vintage jeans and a 90s jackets, and finish off with the the iconic flame trainers in a multitude of electric greens.

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The influencer shoe collection you never knew you needed

The influencer shoe collection you never knew you needed


I’ll be honest, the title of this article is perhaps a little misleading, because you always need new shoes. Well I do at least. However Leandra Medine’s eponymous collection, newly launched at Harvey Nichols, is certainly one to write about.

The influencer and businesswoman behind Man Repeller previously launched a shoe line titled MR by Man Repeller, however this one is a little different, because it celebrates how women think about getting dressed.

Shop now: LEANDRA MEDINE Striped ruffle-trimmed grosgrain mules for £295 from Harvey Nichols

With this in mind, there is a breadth of styles that speak to the duplicities of our wardrobes: feminine menswear in a pair of loafers, delicate ruggedness in her boots and incontestable comfort in a pair of absurdly high heels.

Shop now: LEANDRA MEDINE Black patent leather ankle boots for £365X from Harvey Nichols

Reflecting Medine’s own style, the collection is all about the unexpected. Think houndstooth sandals, carpet print riding boots, patent leather kitten boots paired with a removable contrasting chiffon detail and floral combat boots that are both romantic yet functional.

Shop now: LEANDRA MEDINE Houndstooth flocked ankle boots for £395 from Harvey Nichols

More importantly, the collection is for any woman doesn’t apologise for expressing herself in her attire. After all, the whole ethos of Man Repeller to begin with was dressing for oneself rather to please a man.

Leandra says, ‘When I think back to what inspired me, the through line is more in theme with designing for the facets of my varying wants as a woman — a celebration of those gorgeous hypocrisies that define me.’

I’m so here for it.

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