Made in Chelsea fashion: series 5 episode 1

The 5th series of Made in Chelsea, the show I’m totes obsessed with fashion-wise, lifts off tonight on E4 at 10pm.

Here’s a little teaser trailer if you haven’t already seen it…

Doesn’t it look ace? Even Eliott’s interest has been piqued by the sight of Louise lobbing a bottle at Spencer’s head. Brilliant.

Typically, I’ve got a radio guest slot to do at 11pm and then I’m off to Yorkshire first thing tomorrow, so it’ll be the end of the week before I catch up. Grrrrr.

So I thought I’d share what’s caught my eye so far in preparation for this eve, and as soon as I’m back at my desk on Thursday, I’ll pick out a couple of the hottest fashion highlights that we can either own for ourselves or copy on the high street, should we wish to (bet we will)…

I love the gold, v-neck, long sleeved top or dress Millie Mackintosh is wearing in the series 5 ad above for starters – very similar to this BCBG Max Azria number from the Fall 2012 Collection. I’m looking out for a similar high street top or dress: I think we could take some spring bling, don’t you?

Even the briefest glimpse of Louise Thompson would indicate that she’s back in the standard issue faux fur – and of course as MiC is filmed ahead, we’ll be drooling over lots of past season pieces. Louise’s coat is prolly last season’s grey faux fur from Zara, so I’d suggest scouring eBay for something similar, like this piece that you can order from Oz

As usual Rosie will be blogging about the clothes she wears on her “at fashion forte” blog – I hope this shirt she’s been wearing crops up in the show: it’s a gorgeous 10 Crosby Derek Lam blouse at Oxygen Boutique

You can expect to see Millie wearing lots of jewellery by my fave designer, Zara Taylor, throughout the series – if you look closely at the scene where shes arguing with Spencer (yet again) I do believe she’s sporting the iconic Hand of Fatima charm necklace (£18 @ zarataylor.co.uk) which is available in gold or silver

Made in Chelsea clips and images from E4. Product images as credited.

Written by Johanna Payton