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Fashion Forecast: 12th August – 18th August

Check out this week’s Fashion Forecast here!

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Monday 12th August – Sunday 18th August

The sun reigns bashful but our wardrobe’s scream bloom. Devised fool-proof and fashion forward, this weeks HTF Fashion Forecast takes command, audacity and free-spirit in tow.

Monday

Monday 12th August

Blast the bore from those Monday morning blues, suiting up in tassels and tapestries. Keep it floral fresh in River Island’s navy print cropped tee teamed alongside belted light wash denims – flirt with a flavour of zest and zing.

Stacking the odds in fashion favour reigns New Look’s Gothic stack rings set, married in style to a tasselled rucksack fringed as equally grunge in glamour. Keep it enticingly low-key clad with classicality in a £22.00 loafer style steal, leaving us crushing over a get-up beautifully bold in simplicity.

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Tuesday 13th August

Sprinkle confusion amidst your style going pale and punk. Dare to bear by way of daring simplicity in an oversized baggy tee, kicking up a fuss in Topshop’s sexed up scraper heels. Weigh down your look  with glam levels heavy weight worthy in this cream curb chain necklace, laced end to end with daring defiance. Add to the flame igniting candy pinks sweeter than sugar with Topshop’s Unicorn nail paint and edge satchel – pretty in prance  and remaining  dutiful in dare.

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Wednesday 14th August

Pucker up in pretty introducing an autumn vibe in the thick of plums and chunky knits. Lace up in New Look’s diamond lace skater dress in burgundy warmed by the gentle cream hues of a wardrobe wonderful knitted stitch cardi.

Vamp it up shaking autumn leaves to their core modelling a plum pout and bullet power geometric neckline, leaving your feet to steal the season in a pair of understated yet refined Chelsea boots – layered in luscious.

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Thursday 15th August

Crown your shoes ‘wardrobe palette’ and get clued up on colour rocking key pieces from your shoe swatch. Make it as hunny of the herd minus the sickly with Topshop’s sweetly coloured embroidered shirt, bathed coolly among the blue of Motel’s Mizzy shorts, laced pretty in paisley. Make a pop with both lips and locks, sweeping a clean pastel pink.

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Friday 16th August

Relish in rouge beating down those red lipped inhibitions with this exotic and feisty look. Feel preciously antique in New Look’s £12.99 jacquard floral print tube skirt before sending your look into a tizz fronting a kaleidoscope tee of matching exuberance. Ripen your look going top to toe strawberries and cream, combining MAC’s Lady Bug lippy with some style boosting super chunky platforms. Top off in tapestry, lining your look in a £6.99 gold and red spike necklace – bang on trend bargain.

Sat

Saturday 17th August

Take a walk on the wild side enveloped in an air of natural beauty. Button up in a contrast check shirt and stroll into style with a pair of flowered skinny trousers. Animate your look taking things back to the wild in crowing glory, poised with elegance beneath ASOS’ floral head garland. Keep it fashion fierce, polished top to toe with this gold heart pearl ring stack, summing up a spelt out geek with Topshop’s fringe patent shoes – a sure smattering of chic into the equation.

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Saturday 18th August

Sum up Sunday as funday in an outfit of cutting edge style. Team your blocking with embellishing, kicking a pair of Jeffry Campbell Lita’s alongside Miss Selfridge’s grey playsuit, jewelled for firework levels of shimmer and shine.

Proceed with edge clad knuckle to knuckle in New Look’s finger tip rings, collared up in a style of geometric precision with this futuristic triangle collar necklace. Sporting distressed denim beneath a grandeur of tapestry, River Island’s panelled jacket is sure to whisk you from rags to riches, ensuring a style untamed in authenticity.

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