This week, the celebrity style focus ranges from the casual to the sleek. There is a look at some of the Style for Stroke t-shirts that will be raising valuable funds for stroke research and have been designed by a host of well-known names from TV and music. These casual looks will be perfect for festival season.
A complete contrast are the beautiful dresses worn by Amanda Holden and Loose Women’s Jane Moore which are definitely perfect for a night out. Amanda’s dress is from Gorgeous Couture and shows just how amazing she is looking at the moment. Jane’s dress is a Wallis look and comes in a range of colours and also in a petite version. I love the zesty lime that Jane went for, but the stone should be in everyone’s wardrobe – it is just the perfect neutral.
Cult jewellery brand Muru is building up a celebrity following, and so I have featured some of their favourite pieces, delicate little anchors and birds that are perfect for those who like their jewellery small and exquisite. The featured pieces are all in gold vermeil, but also come in sterling silver. All can be found on the Lulu Winter website.
Finally, we have a couple more eclectic looks, with Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards showing off a stunning bra from Playful Promises (oh my – you must check out their website!), and a couple of get the looks from model Mary Chateris and ASOS.
Boohoo Partners with Style for Stroke
Boohoo.com has partnered with Style For Stroke for charity T-shirt celebrity design collaboration called #famouslastwords. T-shirts have been designed by Made in Chelsea stars Binky Felstead, Lucy Watson, and celebrities including Mel B, Barry Sloane and Kelly Osbourne. The t-shirts cost £12, 25% of which goes to the Style for Stroke charity.
To view all the designs, click here.
Amanda Holden wears Gorgeous Couture
Get the Look – Mary Chateris
Celebrities Love Muru
Jane Moore wears Wallis