Want to be a Chloe Girl?

b77a7e3e6c52c70bbdbf3523292d3b9a-1Why, yes. I absolutely do, thank you very much. Unfortunately, I currently lack the long golden limbs and the budget. (Do you like the way I write ‘currently’ as if this might magically change?) Still, I can lust from afar. The lace dresses. The denim. That bag (truly an object of beauty). And I can do a spot of high-street copy-cat-ing…


I’d start with this dress from Topshop (if the budget can be stretched, you could try this beautiful lace panel frock). This laser-cut skirt would also work beautifully. For now, I’d throw a jumper over it (let us not be unrealistic, I am writing this in front of the fire. Warm it is not.) Alex popped over for coffee (and these – which are, quite frankly, my food find of the year) last Friday, wearing this jumper with her faux leather leggings (from this post) – and very fabulous she looked, too. Or opt for cashmere (size up for the slouchy Chloe factor). Then in the summer,  swap it for bare legs and sandals (I have taken delivery these in rose gold metallic).

10A25GCRM_large SD_03_T30_4110M_T7_X_EC_90









Victoriana dress, £46, Topshop; Cashmere jumper, £89, Marks & Spencer; Double strap sandals, £65, Hush

And then there’s the denim look. I am warming to the idea of dungarees. Slowly. Topshop have a splendid pair which I would prettify with a white blouse – this one for instance, or this one. These backless dungarees are also very cute indeed; and these high waisted jeans have just the right mix of 70s vibe and sailor chic (I love the buttons).

A denim dress is possibly the easiest way to buy into the denim trend, ever. Simply throw it on and go (to work, the school run, the playground, to meet friends… It just works).  I like the dark denim of this. Or try a button-front denim skirt with a pretty top tucked in.

05P03HIND_large 1000010000_1_large









Indigo long dungarees, £48, Topshop; Broderie Anglaise top, £225, See by Chloe at Matches; Denim shirt dress, £40, Topshop

RC_01_T69_1932J_XB_X_EC_90  1001765000_1_large-1







Button front denim skirt, £35, Marks & Spencer; Trey eyelet-embellished top, £140, Isabel Marant Etoile at Matches

I regret that I cannot procure ‘that’ Chloe bag, but there are some excellent saddle bags available on a high street near you…

43075001_CU_D1 234234531








Cross body bag, £34.99, Mango; Saddle bag, £65, Dune

You Might Also Like

1 Comment

  • Reply
    March 20, 2015 at 12:10 pm

    Not only have you found me the perfect Chloe lookalikes, but you have also tempted me with those Waitrose pastries…….I have a feeling they may be purchased first! x

  • Leave a Reply

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.