Helloooo Halloween. There is no better time of year to ogle at Stephen Webster’s Murder She Wrote 2011 Collection. And OMB! does his jewellery make me want to cry and wish I had the money to throw at it. (The Hangman ring above is priced at £2,800)
In case you didn’t know… Stephen Webster, Founder and Creative Director of Stephen Webster Ltd and now also Creative Director of the world’s oldest jewellery house Garrard, is one of the leading British jewellery designers. Webster has built a dedicated fan base and is a firm favourite with celebrities across the globe; from Madonna to Christina Aguilera, Kate Moss, Sir Elton John, Mickey Rourke and Kate Beckinsale to name but a few. Check out all of his work on http://www.stephenwebster.com – his Seven Deadly Sins collection is a work of art.
P.S. Money too tight to mention?
ASOS has an array of goulash offerings that’ll do just fine whilst we’re waiting to win that Lotto jackpot (any day now…) including this Claw pendant necklace for just £8.
Have a browse through the high street, and you’ll find that sequins are everywhere. If you have been traumatised by images of Kat Slater strutting through Albert Square in a sequin mini and knee high leather boots (it’s okay, we understand), then the time has come to think again. This season, sequins are sophisticated. Add a touch of glamour to your winter wardrobe with some of these sparkling beauties!
Art deco top, New Look, £24.99 Sheer sleeve sequin Tee, Topshop. £48
Lace dress with sequins, Sister Jane. £95
If you haven’t heard of either MIC or TOWIE, and haven’t spent the last few years in a coma, then my-oh-my do you have some catching up to do. Given the trending status of said shows, OMB! takes a look at Millie Mackintosh’s steady climb to style icon status and explains why she is a lady worth watching.
Ms Mackintosh never fails to look a shopping trip away from Chelsea and yet (as she recently revealed to Grazia magazine) she does not shy away from the high street, nor is afraid to be seen wearing the same shoes twice .
All in all, as any fashionista/stylist would agree, a lot can be learnt from the MIC star. 1) Keep an eye out for the gems on the high street that don’t look high street, and 2) when on a budget, buy one great pair of shoes or a jacket that will last you all season and add some chic to any outfit. The second season of Made in Chelsea airs Mondays at 10pm on E4.