How to wear Red Carpet fashion IRL.

Celebs bring us some of the best trends straight from their red carpet events. But there’s no secret that sometimes they can be a bit over the top and extra AF for day to day wear. So we’re bringing you some of our all time favourite red carpet outfits and how you can style them for your own special occasion events.

THE SPARKLING TOP & MAXI SKIRT

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Bella Hadid’s Cannes Festival look was one to be noticed, with her dainty sparkling top and silky skirt she nailed pairing feminine with modern. To create your own version of this chic look pair our Shine Bright like a Diamond crop with our Opium maxi skirt. The flattering cut of the crop allows your décolletage to be the centre of attention and the high waisted silky skirt meets the crops bottom, meaning that not too much skin is on show. It’s the perfect combination for a sophisticated Sunday sesh look sure to turn heads.

 

 

SILKY GODDESS

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Zendaya’s long flowing silky gown is a look we’re all here for.  Mimic this look with our Monumental Dress in Champagne.

The high neckline and asymmetrical hemline gives it a unique edge and makes it a more wearable summer piece. Pair it with some neutral slides for a dressy daytime event or slip on some black strapped heels for a night time extravaganza.

 

 

EMBELLSHED GODDESS

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Born into a famous family, Kylie Kardashian was destined to be a red carpet pro and this look is one of our favs. The outright bold statement of this dress grabs the attention of those around her and definitely has a wow factor. In order to recreate this on a more casual level we suggest teaming our Maximum Dress with gold chunky jewellery to get the same vibe of the double metallic in different textures. Pull the whole look together with this gold clutch and you are ready to make a very dazzling entry.

 

 

Need more celeb style? Check out the Sofia Richie’s MUST have wardrobe of sunnies blog post now. 

 

Written by Ivy Mullins 

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