D&G’s street style
This was the last ever season for D&G, Dolce & Gabbana’s younger, cheaper range, which is merging with the mainline collection. And it went out with a bang!
Micro mini-dresses and cute summer tops made of mismatched scarf prints were combined with lashings of gold coin jewellery and sexy heels for a killer summer look. Luckily for you, the high street is cashing in on the trend too.
(1) Skirt, £32, Limited Collection at Marks & Spencer; (2) bracelet, £10, Wallis; (3) sunglasses, £12, ASOS; (4) jacket, £27.99, Pilot; (5) blouse, £10, Primark
How to wear
I am not, I repeat not, a girlie girl. So when I saw that S/S ’12′s palette would be sugared-almond shades, I wanted to weep.
I like a challenge, though, so I’ve trawled the high street to find a pastel look that rocks.
The clean, modern lines of this outfit look expensive, and the semi-transparent skirt has a designer feel.
There’s a pastel to suit every skin tone, too. Peach looks great on blondes, lilac is lovely on redheads, and brunettes should channel baby pink.
Kimberly Ann, 18, wears: top £24.99, skirt £29.99, both H & M; shoes £75, ASOS
- Tailor-made The neat pencil skirt and high-necked blouse make this look work friendly.
- Savvy shopper Look for unusual fabrics and finishes. It will separate your look from the mountains of pastels on the high street.
- Less is more Three shades of pastel is enough for anyone.
The sun is shining, and my summer wish list starts with these must-haves from Miss S. Two-tone suede teamed with a raffia wedge? Yes, yes, yes!
Shoes, £60, Miss Selfridge