What You’ll Be Wearing In 2014

The New Year is a time for resolution, renovation and reinvention and often the best place to start is with your wardrobe. It is the most obvious way to say the world: ‘Pay attention, I am making a change!’ I know when I change my look, or just get a few new pieces, it gives me the strength to tackle anything the day (or year) has to throw at me. So, if you are looking for a little bit of inspiration to spice up your look for 2014, here are my trend predictions for the coming year and some high street picks:

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[Alexander Wang – Issey Miyake – Caroline Herrera]


Be prepared to put away your round-toe loafers and embrace a more angular structure when it comes to footwear next year. Anything with a cuff or a missing toe/heel is the way forward and especially if it comes in a well chosen colour combination (monochrome is always good). But, if that is all a little too much for you just pick up a pair of pointed flats, extra credit if they have a cuff!

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1. Gail Boot – Tibi $495  2. Galaxy Cuff Boots – Topshop £135  3. Ankle Strap Peep Toes – Next £28 


In 2014, you can forget about the relaxed shapes of the year past and embrace a bit of structure into your wardrobe. Think 80’s power dressing but without the shoulder pads, don’t just be bold with colour, do it with shape.

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1. Blue Crepe Top – Warehouse £28  2. Duster Coat – Miss Selfridge £45  3. Abstract Print Dress – River Island £30 


This is going to be the colour to help you make the transition from warm autumnal shades to cooler summer tones. Be bold and wear it as a statement piece, the block colour of a dress or a structured t-shirt. It can also be used to brighten up your make-up palette, a coral lip or eyeliner certainly wouldn’t go a miss.

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1. Burnt Orange Dress – Topshop £35  2. L’Oreal Lip Glow £8.49  3. Winter Donna Top – French Connection £85


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