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Made in Chelsea S4E10 fashion round up

The first thing I have to say about Made in Chelsea episode 10 is that it wasn’t really the season finale as billed: bah humbug! Unless they are showing the final episode (cleverly disguised as the Christmas Special) in Linekar’s on Christmas Eve (no, really) I’ll blimmin’ well miss it. And did you see the trailer? OMG indeed.

As for this week. Well, who knew Boullè could make it as a player? (I know he can’t really – Bunny Cuddles!!??? – but let’s cut him some slack). Louise has proved once and for all that her pristine eye make up is utterly immovable. Ollie is giving a whole new meaning to his “dazed” expression (get back on that piano, Gabs). Binky and Andy? Hmmmmm. And Lucy needs to get up in her own grill and have a word: it is so going to happen between her and Spencer isn’t it?

And just in case you missed it, in the World According to Mark Francis, when it comes to 50s chic, Jackie O is in, Marilyn Monroe is out. Just don’t mention the dodgy Italian singing.

Here are my fashion highlights – including more cute earrings a la Louise Thompson (that you can buy for yourselves, if you get a shift on) and Sophia Sassoon’s jackets….

Sophia has taken over from Caggie Dunlop (remember her?) in the Made in Chelsea must-have jackets stakes. At Millie’s apartment (aka posh flat) she wore a gorgeous light grey fur number. Could be real (rabbit? mink? silver fox?), could be vintage. If you fancy a similar style, take inspiration from a very cute vintage version at ASOS Marketplace

Cheska looked great on the double-date-that-wasn’t-a-date-but-ended-up-with-someone-having-sex, wearing silver sequins – I suspect it’s the same silver sparkly dress she was snapped in at the Virgin V festival over the summer. If you want to rock silver sequins in style I love this Mango dress @ ASOS

More tears. And more must-have earrings. The coin and jewel drop design Louise Thompson wore is still available (be quick) – and only £10 from ASOS

I know, I know – I loved it too. Jacket of the series for sure. Sophia Sassoon wore the stunning brown coat with a huge oversized fur trim hood when she met Boullè on a bench. Sadly girls, I can’t find the exact jacket – could be vintage again, or from The States. If anyone knows, do tell in the comments below – and in the meantime you could always splash out on this style for a similarly opulent look…

Nope, Lucy – definitely no padded bra. Little Mixer Lucy tried on the Collette Dinnigan short sleeved beaded silver dress at Rous Iland members fashion boutique in Mayfair

Loved Millie’s big hair and orange silk dress at Mark Francis’ 50s party – and the orange lipstick was EVERYWHERE in this episode. I always go for well-blotted Mac Morange and if I was really going for it orange-wise, it would have to be Issa

And I have to mention Louise’s foxy get-up at the party – not an outfit to cry in, but I hear on Twitter that she’s cheered right up. I like this similarly vampy look from Motel Rocks (but if anyone knows where Louise got her red and black long-sleeved lace top, please don’t keep it to yourselves!)

Screen grabs from 40D

Written by Johanna Payton