Which Festival Girl Are You?

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which festival girl are you?

We’ve presented you with the ULTIMATE festival survival guide, shown you how to nail the celeb looks and now it’s time to have a bit of fun with a quiz! (Yes a quiz, it’s our new thing. Love it, embrace it and um, SHARE it ;))


Which Festival Girl Are You?

  • What is your festival essential?

  • Who wouldn’t you kick out of your tent if they came knocking?

  • What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in your tent?

  • Which celeb festival style would you most like to steal?

  • Pick your fave festival…

  • Where can we find you at a festival?

Kate Moss x Topshop on Shopcade!

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Kate Moss x Topshop | Photo Credit: Arcadia

It’s finally here! Yep, Kate Moss x Topshop has finally has landed on Shopcade, following a HUGE launch party last night (check out the vid below!) at Topshop’s flagship Oxford Circus store to officially kick off the fashion collab of the season in style.

We’ve always been huge fans of La Moss, right from the announcement of her first collaboration with Topshop  in 2007, right until her (we thought) final collection in 2010. Oh how we mourned, but thankfully the time away has made this new collection even better, with some saying (whisper it) it could be her best one yet!

Having seen the collection in the flesh (so so pretty) we definitely reckon they could be right! Kate’s collection is split into four themes, each channeling a different ‘Kate’ style. Here’s our pick of what to buy from each theme. Be quick though, they won’t be around for long!

Tailoring Noir: Think 20s glamour- plenty of flapper dresses, fringed jackets and fierce tuxedos, which have been given the Kate style treatment. It’s evening wear but not as you know it; slick, seductive and sure to be a total sell out.

Balearic Dressing: Remember Kate’s boho phase which spawned a thousand copycats (hello Sienna Miller?!) well this theme pays homage to this particularly stylish period in her life. Aztec printed kaftans, embellished smock tops and soft suede shorts– all perfect for the upcoming festival season.

Cocktail Hour: Party wear done the Kate way! From classic tea to killer cocktail dresses, this theme is all about getting glam. Check out the heart-studded playsuit or slinky night-time numbers to make a style statement this season!

Pyjama Dressing: Woohoo a trend which lets you wear your pyjamas in the daytime! Although, banish any thoughts of your comfy onesie, as this is all about luxe pyjama dressing. Satin two pieces, beautiful kimonos, plus a silk jumpsuit which is to-die for!

Now you know what to buy, check out Mossy Mania last night at the launch of the collection. One thing’s for sure… ain’t no party like a Kate Moss party! Enjoy x






How to Dress Boho

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Photo Credit: Denise Doriety

We all know that trends come and go in the fashion world, but a select few hang around. This makes it easy for the fashionistas among us to always look on trend and feel amazing. One of the most exciting and followed such trends is the Boho trend.

Easy to follow and a look that all girls can work, knowing how to dress boho will make sure you stay in the know, as the festival season approaches.

Here’s the lowdown on boho dressing like a pro, so you can channel the celeb boho babes (Sienna Miller and Kate Moss for example) in style…

Boho Staples

The biggest boho staple around is the maxi dress. You don’t just want any maxi dress, however, but something with ethnic inspired patterns. Avoid tribal or anything too psychedelic, as they won’t help you to carry the boho vibe very well at all. You can then grab a light coloured thin cardigan – or for full boho find a lace waistcoat – and you’ve already created a simple and effective style that ticks all the trend boxes when it comes to boho.

If you can’t get an ethnic inspired maxi dress, then a long skirt will do the trick and give you licence to play around with what you’re going to wear up top.

When you’re playing with patterns in this way, you need to make sure that you don’t go too far with accessories; a simple bangle and a necklace should do, as there’s already a lot going on with your look.

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