Made in Chelsea fashion round-up: episode 2, series 5
Episode 2 of Made in Chelsea series 5 was something of an improvement on the first – I bet by epsiode 3 we’ll be cooking on gas.
So, here’s the five second version: Binks has mugged off with Lucy; we met Josh – and got to see Proudlock’s “studio” in the process (because you need a billionaire’s pad to do t-shirt designs in); we realised that Phoebe’s bouffant is a permanent fixture (even in a hot tub) and Olivia has excellent taste in white, Western-inspired shirts (see below); Spenny threw his toys out of the pram about a ski trip (he wasn’t invited) and then wore a v v ill-advised flat cap (“he looks like a chubby baker boy” – nice one, Millie); Boulle went out drinking in his onesie (I don’t care if he was in Verbier = wrong); Binky has created Cheska’s “big hole”; Lucy showed some signs of human emotion; and Jamie dropped a “secret girlfriend” bombshell. Cripes.
And as for the fashion….
|Binky made waves with her new bezzie mate (Lucy), a very sweet poncho and funky tangerine nails (looking particularly good with a turquoise ring). Barry M’s Tangerine shade @ Missguided should sort you out|
|And if you were into the poncho, how about this elegant, grey version for the spring – it’s by Object @ nelly.com (£44.95) and would look ace with orange nails and turquoise jewellery|
|And Binky looked cute on the slopes wearing an adorable white and pink striped hat|
|The head gear in question is £20.99 by Zaini|
|It’s no time for faux fur – but wrap around this geo block print snood at Urban Outfitters (£20) to channel a bit of Phoebe-Lettice Thompson in your SS13 wardrobe|
|When Cheska had her showdown with Binks she was wearing an awesome sauce chunky eagle necklace – talk about your statement bling|
|Now I don‘t think Cheska had splashed out on the uber-expensive Lanvin original (hers looks more like a Topshop design to me) but you could put a twist on the idea with this mixed metal version at New Look (only £4 in the sale)|
|And Olivia Newman-Young went straight to the top of the MiC fashion charts wearing this gorgeous cut out white shirt when she went to meet Josh for sushi (good eye make-up too) – thanks to Olivia for letting me know that she bought the lovely top in question from Nasty Gal, sellers of new and vintage clothing|
|Sorry, Olivia – but I’m going to have to blatantly steal your style as the Desperado embroidered blouse (£31.70) is just too good to miss|
Screen grabs from 40D. Product images as credited.