Ten of the most stylish women on TV

If you're looking for outfit inspiration, you could do a lot worse than checking out some of the most stylish women on TV, past and present. Here are ten of our faves: women who dress to suit their figures, their moods, and the image they want to convey – everything from rebelliousness to utter professionalism.…

We love: JEETLY, the clothing brand that asks petite women what they want to wear

JEETLY is the first businesswear brand for petite women (5"3 and under), that puts customers in control of what gets made. As well as making sure that power-dressing and tailoring is available to us shorties, JEETLY allow customers to make changes to designs and vote them in or out of production for every collection. The customer with the best…

12 high street copies of our favourite celebrity Instagram looks

[nextpage title="Next"] It's a known fact that celebrities look amazing at all times, although this is because they have more money than we could ever dream of having. Luckily, the high street is our saviour, and gives us much cheaper lookalikes, so we can pretend we're Beyonce all day, everyday. So, as part of Style…
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9 of the most stylish women on the internet

Beyoncé, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kim Kardashian... Sure, they each have their own style, and at times, we've wanted to emulate all of them. (Kim got away with wearing a sparkly dressing gown to an awards show. She has my eternal admiration.) But when it comes to fashion, it's often far (FAR) more interesting to see what…
Disabled models are so on trend.

Disabled models are in fashion now… Is that a good thing?

Disabled models are so on trend right now. Takafumi Tsuruta included disabled models in his show at Tokyo Fashion Week last week, including wheelchair user Ami Sano and 2012 Paralympic gold medallist Rina Akiyama, who is blind. Last month, Jamie Brewer, who starred in American Horror Story, walked the catwalk at New York fashion week…

You can now customise your Moto 360 smartwatch to suit you

Motorola's Moto Maker online customising service has been around for a while where phones are concerned, but the Lenovo-owned company has just introduced it for their Moto 360 watch, too. That means you can build your own smartwatch, choosing from 3 case finishes, 9 bands and 11 different watch faces (that's 297 different combinations) to…

We love: Birdsong, the ‘no sweatshops, no photoshop’ female-forward fashion company

We were really excited to meet Birdsong at Tech City's recent showcase of women-led businesses – they're a breath of fresh air in the style world. Why? Because all their clothes are made by women's groups, and 70-90% of the purchase price goes straight to those organisations, helping them flourish. Products include: Jewellery handmade by women recovering…

We’re a bit taken with these colourful new Filofax Notebooks

I'm a huge Filofax fan. Despite being the most digitally-organised person you could ever hope to come across (I mean, I review phones for a living), for me, nothing beats the satisfaction of pulling out my shiny red Filofax and crossing something off my to-do list. Show me an app that feels half as good! So…
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How to shop the 1970s fashion revival, inspired by classic films

[nextpage title="Next"] The 70s are back! Again. Here are the key pieces you'll want this year, and how to wear them like the decade's greatest screen queens... The 90s what now? Nope, put away your tattoo choker – we've gone back another two decades. Fickle as ever, for 2015 fashion has decided to revisit the…
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Could you live with a wardrobe of only 33 things? Project 333 says you should

Stressed, guilty and late for everything? A capsule wardrobe could be just the tonic... How long did it take you to get dressed this morning? Five minutes? 10? Half an hour of frantic rummaging, changing and screaming that ended with you sweaty, rumpled and back in the first outfit you started with? If you're the latter, then you might…