Made in Chelsea S4E7 fashion round-up

Great for gossip (“Herby usually gets on with other dogs” = bravo!) episode 7 of Made in Chelsea series 4 was as fashion-tastic as the others.

We’ve already covered the Millie Mackintosh bunny jacket, which wasn’t quite as hirsute as Mark Francis’ chest, but here’s a round-up of the other style highlights…

Cute & simple – Millie looked great in an orange jumper and chunky black necklace – the Rowena jersey top by L.K.Bennett @ House Fraser will help you achieve a similar style 

You just can’t beat a camel coat: Binky was back this week looking funky as ever. My fave two MiC-stylee camel coats on the high street at the mo are the waist frill camel coat at Dorothy Perkins and the Uniqlo collarless coat

It may have provoked Millie’s Cruella de vil comment (meeee-ouch!) but I loved Victoria’s teal feathery-fur jacket: grab a similar style from Miss Selfridge and channel some de Vil magic of your own

Is it just me, or is Lucy turning into Louise? The hair, the lips and she’s certainly been raiding her wardrobe: the jewelled collar shirt she wore on her date with Andy is very Thompson-esque indeed. Steal the style via Zara

Before she saves the planet, Sophia needs to sort out Victoria and Rosie’s friendship: her “save the future” slogan tee is all about the Environmental Justice Foundation

Apart from Millie’s weird androgynous choice (sorry, Mills) all the girls looked great at the prohibition party. I loved the River Island dress that Cheska wore: here’s a similarly glam River Island sequin flapper dress that would look ace at Christmas parties

Screen grabs from 4oD

Written by Johanna Payton