STYLE FILES: Channel Edwardian

This Autumn/Winter season, it’s all about Edwardian inspired ruffles, ribbons, high necks, frills, and long dresses…

In today’s post I’ll show you how you can introduce this sophisticated new trend into your wardrobe and still look fresh and modern, in a very chic way!

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The trend all started at Chanel Official last year with Lily Collin’s ruffled selfie before the show she posted on Instagram…

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Complementing her look with a tousled pixie and statement lipstick and eyeshadow, the star looked very chic…

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Although the question still stands…

How to achieve this look?

Here’s my three top style tips…

#1: The statement sweatshirt with ruffle detailing. 

This investment piece can be dressed up for a work function with a fitted leather skirt and patent heels or down with Adidas sneakers and black skinnies to create the ultimate trend combo street style look, perfect for a shopping trip with the girls.

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#2: The detailed shirt…

In a more neutral hue like black, this feminine ruffled shirt can add volumes of effortless class to an outfit if worn the right way. I would suggest pairing it with camel slacks and oxfords for a rather classic look, and/or a bright bold hued leather skirt or hot pants and a clutch with a pop for a more modern street style vibe.

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#3: The statement sleeved dress…

This Forever New swing dress is a lovely way to introduce an Edwardian inspired dress into your everyday wardrobe, perfect for a brunch with friends, a movie date and/or a dinner party.

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What’s your favourite Edwardian inspired look this season?

Your fashion obsessed blogging pal,

Daisy Chain Daydreams xox

Say hello @daisy_chain_daydreams on Instagram or in the comments below.  🙂

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