• Duchess Meghan changes into bold blue shirt dress for final engagements in Tonga

    The Duchess of Sussex made yet another outfit change during her final day in Tonga on Friday, opting for a beautiful bold shirt dress – in a very similar hue to the Fijian blue gown that she wowed us all in back in Fiji. Who else is predicting Meghan's favourite shade will be all over the high street soon? Here's hoping. The gorgeous frock is the $595 'Cary dress' by US ready-to-wear brand Veronica Beard, and – sob – it's nearly sold out in every size. Meghan looked beautiful in her Veronica Beard dress The comfy style was perfect for her afternoon

  • Duchess Meghan looks magical in monochrome Oscar de la Renta at Australian awards ceremony

    The Duchess of Sussex may have only just arrived back in Sydney after her official visit to Tonga, but it was straight back to the schedule on Friday evening (local time) – as she stepped out for the Australian Geographic Society Awards with husband Prince Harry. Despite a brief ordeal on the flight over, during which the pilot had to abort their landing, Meghan looked radiant in her Oscar de la Renta Ore-Fall 2018 'Scribble' dress, which she accessorised with her favourite Tabitha Simmons 'Millie' slingbacks. Talk about taking it in her stride, eh? Meghan also wore her hair down

  • Frankie Bridge's leopard print £39.99 Zara dress will be your new autumn essential

    Frankie Bridge knows how much we all love Zara – and showcased one of their most brilliant bargain pieces for autumn/winter! The ex-Strictly Come Dancing star cut a stylish figure in a leopard print maxi shirt dress from high street favourite Zara for a party in London on Thursday night. The dress features a shirt collar and long sleeves, with buttoned cuffs and a tie belt around the waist, along with a subtle split. The good news is that the design costs just £39.99 and there are plenty of sizes still in stock – so be quick if you

  • Duchess Camilla wows in deep purple skirt suit at palace reception – before wearing a very glamorous gown to star-studded gala

    The Duchess of Cornwall has treated us to countless royal outfits this week – hoorah! After wowing us earlier in the week during the Dutch royals' visit to London, the wife of Prince Charles stepped out for a formal reception at Buckingham Palace ahead of the couple's upcoming visit to The Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria – wearing a gorgeous deep purple skirt suit to meet dozens of famous faces of West African heritage. The likes of British Vogue editor Edward Enninful, rapper Tinie Tempah and men's fashion designer Ozwald Boateng were all in attendance, so it's no wonder Camilla chose such

  • New mum Pippa Middleton twins with sister Kate as she wears exact same Whistles dress for a stroll with baby son

    If you were the little sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, would you raid her wardrobe every now and again? Or at least make a few royal-inspired purchases? Well, that's what doting mum Pippa Middleton did on Thursday, as she was spotted taking her baby boy out for a stroll – wearing the exact same Whistles polka-dot dress her older sibling Kate was recently photographed in. We can't blame her for tracking down the midi, since it's unsurprising become hugely popular after the Duchess was spotted in it – and, with its loose flowing fabric and flattering nipped-in waist,

  • Amanda Holden presents This Morning wearing the Whistles dress of dreams

    TV star Amanda Holden is fast-becoming a style star in our eyes. On Friday morning’s edition of This Morning, the 47-year-old joined Rylan Clark to present the show, interviewing the likes of Martine McCutcheon and actress Natasha McElhone. As usual, the Marks & Spencer food ambassador looked sensational, and opted for a Whistles dress from the latest collection. That’s right people, you can buy it now. The ‘Arabella’ floral, lilac dress is - as the website states - an ‘irresistible choice for a party, whatever the season’. What’s more, it’s created in fluid silk, meaning it will be a

  • This item of clothing has just been voted our most iconic – and you might be surprised

    If you were asked to name the very most iconic item of clothing of the last 50 years, you might think of stiletto heels, a classic trench coat or even a trusty pair of jeans – but in fact, it's the statement mini skirt that has recently been named our most revered fashion piece. Beating out Levi's popular 501s in second place, a pair of Dr Martens at number three and the denim jacket at number four, it seems the above-knee silhouette is seen as the most enduring, with 55 per cent of the women surveyed choosing it –