Made in Chelsea fashion round-up, episode 11 series 5

How did I not even know last night’s Made in Chelsea was the series finale?

And how am I ever going to write this post without mentioning the name of the person who is rumoured to have enjoyed that fateful sleepover with Louise Thompson *bites tongue so hard it bleeds*

My only comment on the matter, if it is true, is that if you’re gonna cheat on Andy, pick the best one out the band – know what I’m saying?

In the end of season spectacular (that wasn’t actually that exciting, Louise’s faux pas and the dog yoga aside), I learned what snap chatting is (basically, electronically enabled flashing – yes, that kind of flashing – for the youth of today) and that Rosie has taken five series to come to the conclusion that the Chelsea set is incestuous.

Wow. That was some lightbulb moment.

And now for a final fashion round up (she says, knowing full well she still owes you a round-up for episode 9 and some end of series party action…)

Our Cheska really does rock a tea dress

I love this similarly floral-on-black style – and it’s only a tenner (Sodamix @ House of Fraser)

Phoebe had a similar vibe going on with that delicious leaf print shirt by Illustrated People

Inspired by Phoebe I’m tempted to invest in this lovely monochrome leaf print shirt dress (Derhy @ John Lewis, £79)

Maybe Louise was hoping that a pretty orange print scarf would distract a Scotch-soaked Andy from his mission to find out the truth…?

Do some cheat-deflection of your own (Zara, £29.99)

I suspect Phoebe was a liiiiddle bit tipsy at this point at Jamie’s party. No matter – her clashing top and bag stole the scene

Grab a little polka action at a bargain price (Wallis, £6)

And let’s give Louise the final fashion moment of series five: she looked fab as ever in a black and white graphic print top and an oversized necklace (but the accessory she really wants is surely Spenny, right?) If you know where she got that fabulous necklace, do let me know – I really, really want one!

Screen grabs from 4OD. Product images as credited.

Written by Johanna Payton