Being a street style star sometime comes at a price, a hefty price tag that is. But, luckily for you, we've stolen the latest must-have items from the street and found their high street counterpart. The result? Cheap but chic. You. Are. Welcome.
Here are the 6 items you NEED to be an everyday street style star, or a high street hunny, if you will, inspired by Paris fashion week…
The £69.99 shirtdress that will transform your desk-to-date look
Wear with slim line trousers for day - you don’t want to overwhelm your frame by going oversized - and, by night, fling them off in a Bucks Fizz (niche!) fashion for night. There is nothing more seductive than an oversized shirt with a bare leg. Ding. Dong.
The £6.99 styling trick
You just can’t knock the power of a waist belt. It will give indication of your form and it’s the easiest way to tap into one of the key trends for spring/summer 2017 - the waist. So what are you waiting for? Go get waisted!
The £39.99 coat that doubles up as an accessory
Wearing your coat in an improper manner may perplex your grandma, but more fool her, because right now your coat is a real multi purpose purchase as it can double up as an accessory. Give a little cold-shoulder or just wear it around your forearms as if it’s a shawl, the possibilities are basically endless. The only rule is: as long as it’s not on properly, you are onto a winner.
The £36 hoody you need to team with EVERYTHING
The roll neck was the key layering piece of last season but now it's all about putting the humble hoody with absolutely everything. Give a grungy edge to a slip dress or give your last season coat some extra life by doubling them up.
The £79.99 babe'ing block heels
A boot with a futuristic feeling is the footwear of choice right now. Just make sure your heel contrasts and it gives geometric vibes.
The £110 Matrix Moment
It’s wipe clean AND it’s got a slight dominatrix dynamic. The matrix mac is really having a moment right now. Keep it belted or go full-on bin bag vibes - depending on your dedication to the cause.