• Carrie Symonds pays £10-a-month to rent designer clothes for official events
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    Carrie Symonds pays £10-a-month to rent designer clothes for official events

    The outfit she wore to meet the Queen set her back £225 - rather than £2,100.

  • The Marie Kondo effect: Wardrobe organisation ideas to kick-start 2019
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    Yahoo Style UK

    The Marie Kondo effect: Wardrobe organisation ideas to kick-start 2019

    Is one of your New Year's resolutions to finally clear out your wardrobe?

  • How Meghan Markle is switching up the royal fashion game
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    How Meghan Markle is switching up the royal fashion game

    The ‘Meghan Markle Effect‘ is sweeping the globe sending her go-to garments and accessories flying from the shelves.But it’s hardly surprising, as the royal is following in sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge ‘s footsteps with her every sartorial move victim to the camera lens. And a headline, two Instagram snaps and a shopping article later, her latest get-up manages sells out faster than the last.Whether it’s a Strathberry bag on the crook of her arm, a bell-sleeved knit fresh from the high street, or a peachy Goat dress worn to her first engagement as the Duchess of Sussex, there’s no trend the nation won’t buy into.But with a penchant for uber-cool labels and a soft spot for homegrown brands, the 36-year-old is undoubtedly reinventing the wheel when it comes to royal fashion.By swapping evening gowns for slick suits and eschewing the traditional clutch in favour of handbag heavyweight Chloé, the Duchess of Sussex is bringing a whole new meaning to upper class fashion one label at a time.And with multiple sell-out public engagement looks already under her belt, it’s hard to believe the royal wasn’t born into the Monarchy.From androgynous suiting to rule-breaking accessories, here’s how Meghan Markle is shaking up the fashion agenda over at Buckingham Palace…Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The ultimate Meghan Markle style fileMeghan Markle marries Prince Harry in tiara, five-foot veil and custom Givenchy wedding dressEvery look the Duchess of Cambridge has worn in 2018Still, she looked incredible. [Photo: Getty]

  • Survey suggests most men need a woman’s touch to prepare for a date
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    Survey suggests most men need a woman’s touch to prepare for a date

    First impressions are fairly important on first dates. What better way to flaunt your features than to put on a brand new slick outfit? However, with men becoming increasingly conscious of their style, the anxieties that come with choosing what to wear for a date may be daunting. Fellas, who do you turn to for style advice before a date? A recent survey shows that most men ask their female counterparts for style advice in preparation for a date.

  • We’re Wasting Our Lives Away Combing Through Clothes
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    We’re Wasting Our Lives Away Combing Through Clothes

    A new study shows that women spend an average of 17 minutes every day choosing what outfit they're going to wear, which adds up to more time than you'd think.

  • Keep, Lose, Add: The Ultimate Guide to Spring-Cleaning Your Closet
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    Dora Fung

    Keep, Lose, Add: The Ultimate Guide to Spring-Cleaning Your Closet

    In a recent attempt to do some spring-cleaning, I decided it was time to comb through my ever-overflowing wardrobe and clear out the excess. Shirts, skirts, jeans, and jacket — it was all fair game. But despite my best Kondo-esque intentions, my closet remained completely stuffed. Let’s just say that, somehow, no fewer than 36 pairs of jeans remained in my possession — and I’m not even going to get into the other stuff. Turns out I’m a total trend hoarder. Who knows when those baby blue high-waisted wide-legs will come back en vogue? And what about my distressed gray jeggings: Those could be vintagey-cool someday, right? Right??Clearly, I have a problem — and I know I’m not the only one. (Go ahead, admit it!) So I enlisted some trusty experts to help me — and you — figure out what items and trends are worth keeping this season and which deserve a sartorial sayonara. Click through for their answers. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • Mark Zuckerberg’s Wardrobe Is What #NormCore Dreams Are Made Of
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    Nora Crotty

    Mark Zuckerberg’s Wardrobe Is What #NormCore Dreams Are Made Of

    Remember that episode of Doug, when he opens his closet and it’s all the same familiar Doug-outfit—white tees, green sweater vests, and khaki shorts? 

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    1 Piece, 4 Seasons: How to Make This Animal Print A-line Mini Skirt Work All Year Long

    Animal print is a style that never goes out of fashion, so while while everyone else is wearing metallics, why don’t you get ahead of the game and pick up this animal printed mini skirt that we’re sure you can wear all year long. This retro style A-line shape animal print mini from Topshop is one of those statement pieces that you can have in your closet forever if you can think of fun ways to style it. Let us be your guide…Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • 6 Wardrobe Storage Solutions To Get You Tidy By 2016
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    Sabrina Carder

    6 Wardrobe Storage Solutions To Get You Tidy By 2016

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