Well, it’s been a thrilling few weeks (for the fashion, not the football) but this series of Gok’s Fashion Fix has now sadly come to an end. However, because we’re extra-special and because we (and you) love Gok’s Fashion Fix so much, the show has given us the lowdown on 4 unseen styles from the series. Yey!
Shorts are a highly recommended alternative to skirts. They don’t have to be bum-skimming Kylie hot pants but teaming loose fitting, high-waisted tailored shorts with heels and a tucked in tee will make you wonder why you didn’t catch onto this hot trend sooner.
Perfect for work and play, soft tailoring is a relaxed take on a more formal style. Think blazers and trousers in comfy jersey and thick cotton rather than starched, scratchy material. Ideal for occasions that demand the uncertain ‘smart-casual’ look; structured tops in soft fabrics with killer heels and statement jewellery will show them you mean business.
Such a versatile fabric is the staple of most wardrobes, and rightly so. With so many shades and styles to choose from it’s easy to be a denim addict. So if that’s something you’re suffering from, the best way to combat the jeans blues is not to buy another pair of skinny jean, but to buy denim in a new shape.
White can be hard to pull off, especially if you’re the sort of person who spills everything possible down themselves on a daily basis. However, if you can muster up the skills required to keep your whites white you’ll look dazzlingly stylish. White skinnies with a tan, nude heels and gold jewellery looks effortlessly stylish. White tights, btw, should be avoided by everyone except Paloma Faith.