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Elles Fashion News Feed: A Case For Wearing Your Burberry Trench Inside Out

The Top Zones - Mon, 03/19/2018 - 15:49

A Tokyo streetwear staple.

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The Touching Significance Behind Kate Middleton’s St Patrick’s Day Outfit

Look - Mon, 03/19/2018 - 15:32

By Molly West

From the editors of Woman & Home

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out to celebrate St Patrick’s Day at the weekend, in one of the Duchess’s final engagements before she’s due to give birth.

The royal couple visited the 1st Battalion of the Irish Guards in London, of which William is Colonel, on Saturday. And as ever, Catherine made sure she was dressed appropriately for the occasion.

She chose to wear a green Catherine Walker coat with a fur collar and matching cuffs, something she recycled from her recent royal tour in Sweden.

To accessorise, the Duchess chose a simple pair of black heels and a Gina Foster hat, which she previously wore for St Patrick’s Day in 2014.

However, it was perhaps the smallest of all her accessories that were perhaps the most significant – the stunning drop earrings she wore to complement the outfit.

The £3,500 tourmaline, diamond and amethyst earrings are not only beautiful but also have a lot of meaning attached to them, as they were reportedly made to celebrate the birth of Princess Charlotte in 2015.

They were designed by luxury jeweller Kiki McDonough, but it is not known who gave them to Kate.

Kate Middleton’s earrings had a special significance

During their visit, Catherine and William greeted 350 soldiers as well as their official mascot, Domhnall the Irish Wolfhound.

Due to the difficult weather, Domhnall’s handler Aidan Cathcart was concerned he might not behave, saying: ‘He is the first guy on the parade. He’s the main guy.’

However, all seemed to go to plan and Catherine sweetly fastened a shamrock to the mascot, who she has become quite familiar with over the years of attending the parade.

The couple managed to escape the cold weather by attending the Guardsman’s Lunch, where the Duke of Cambridge happily sipped on a pint of Guinness, but heavily pregnant Catherine stuck to water.

This will be one of the very last public appearances from the Duchess, as she is due to give birth to her third child in a matter of weeks.

Ahead of the birth, the Royal Family has created a new webpage dedicated to the baby, which will provide updates on the birth ‘as they become available’.

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Elles Fashion News Feed: Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Wore Matching Gold Gowns at the Wearable Art Gala

The Top Zones - Sun, 03/18/2018 - 11:14

The train on Beyoncé's dress is insane.

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Elles Fashion News Feed: California Style, Reinvented

The Top Zones - Thu, 03/15/2018 - 18:45

Spring styles get elevated with Birkenstock's new Big Buckle Collection.

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Elles Fashion News Feed: Pandora Introduces a Brand-New Look with Ambassador Ciara

The Top Zones - Wed, 03/14/2018 - 20:20

The singer talks jewelry, personal style, and the moment when motherhood turns your accessories into "toys all over your body."

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Support Women, Support The World With Sweaty Betty

Look - Wed, 03/14/2018 - 16:30

Sweaty Betty has amped up girl power on the high street launching a new campaign to celebrate women all year round...

Last week we celebrated International Women’s Day. A day where women everywhere were celebrated: McDonald’s flipped their iconic arches  and Kim Kardashian West launched her new feminist Kimoji’s to (just a little bit of) controversy.

However, along with team at Sweaty Betty thought that as 2018 already feels like the year of the woman we should continue the celebration all year long. And that is one celebration team LOOK can get behind!

It might only be March but it already feels like it’s the year of unrivalled empowerment for women.

2018 marks 100 years since women were, finally, awarded the right to vote! It would almost feel criminal if we didn’t dedicate this entire year to brave and powerful women who inspired us then and now.

So for International Women’s Day and beyond Sweaty Betty have created two exclusive tees to celebrate girl power and nothing makes quite a statement like a slogan tee!

Sweaty Betty founder Tamara Hill-Norton shared that ‘we created these limited edition tees to celebrate strong and powerful women worldwide’ and with her brands mission to ’empower women through fitness and beyond’ it seemed silly to limit the support to just a single day.

The launch of the tees coincides with the brands 20th birthday adding a personal element to the clothing as they are designed using the brands signature technical fabrics. With a tee emblazoned with ‘Support Women, Support The World’ and, a vest with ‘Sisterhood’ the bold slogan T-Shirts has returned with a bang.

Outside the collection the LOOK office love the navy ‘woman almighty’ light knit which would be perfect with everything from yoga pants to loveworn jeans and is an oh-so easy way to show your solidarity.

Shop the empowering styles below and wear yours to yoga with pride…

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