Laura Rebecca Smith

LUXURIOUS BROWNS & CREAMY YELLOWS. SMALL GLIMPSES OF SUNSHINE. RELAXED TAILORING PAIRED WITH SILKY SHIRTS & COSY JUMPERS. SHELTERED FROM THE COLD WITH A CUP OF TEA & A GOOD BOOK. 

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The start of the year makes us feel like we should begin something new; whether it's to learn to a language, go to gym like you promised or to complete Dry Jan (more likely Damp Jan in my case). Basically anything that helps you achieve the 'New Year, New Me" motto.

Yeah, no thanks. If there's any mantra we should be believing in, it's 'New Year, New Wardrobe'. It doesn't mean we have to spend of our Christmas vouchers or empty that very battered and bruised current account by buying lots of new things. Instead we look at our wardrobe with fresh eyes, get inspired by other people and purchase just a few select items. 

After the sparkle and excessiveness of the party season, now feels like the perfect time to bring in soft textures, calm colours and great staple pieces that will see you through to Spring. Add a touch of freshness with Yuul Yie's white mules, Charles & Keith's mint knot bag and Arket's cream straight leg jeans. For the weekend, take inspiration from MY8I2 by pairing H&M's oversized cardigan with Topshop's pink slip skirt.


After we were spoilt with a very hot summer and a warm start to autumn, the temperature has finally dropped making us want nothing more than to be tucked up in our cosy new season pieces. If you don't know where to begin when to comes to curating your AW18 collection, here are the six key wardrobe building blocks to help you start.
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THE EDIT | 17TH OCTOBER

I'm obsessed with satin at the moment; the fact that I visited five different Topshop stores to find their sell-out satin midi skirts proves that point! And now Mango has created the sweetest knotted satin bag that I also really really want! Don't be scared to combine this soft texture with a tougher one like leather or corduroy to make it a versatile staple. 

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