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2014 trends to grab during the sale

Window shopping

 The sales are here and if you’re anything like us, it’s ocasionally hard to hold back from splurging your hard earned cash on a load of amazing, yet not-very-wearable sale items!

Here’s our guide to the top picks to grab now and wear in 2014!

Chic court shoes with a twist

L.A.M.B. Nadeen

Ladylike chic isn’t going anywhere for 2014. Perfect paired with a pencil skirt or smart trousers, these L.A.M.B heels have the wow factor with their leather detailing and super slim heels. Not that you’d expect anything less from the brand created by the pop princess Gwen Stefani.


ABACO Juliette Fourrure

Already cropping up in AW13, fur is going to continue to be hot in 2014. Think fun fur bags like this one from Abaco, cute trimmings on shoes and fur-trimmed cuffs and hoods while it’s still chilly. And don’t think you need to hold back. In 2014, fur will be fun, bold and even more colourful than before!


MAÏPROJECT Maïproject w

Comfy, easy to wear, and super versatile, these slip on canvas trainers will be everywhere in 2014. Available in a wide range of cute pastels for spring and darker shades for the autumn, these Maïproject shoes are comfortable, colourful and casual. And they’re not just stylish!

The brand is committed to humanitarian work with a small donation from each shoe bought from the collection going towards humanitarian projects. What’s more, they’re currently on sale with a discount of 40%, so now’s the time to snap up a pair in every colour!

Streamlined sandals

BRONX BX Sandals

Hands up who’s counting the days down til spring? Admittedly you won’t be able to wear these sandals straight away, but with their sturdy soles, chic streamlined form and buckle-detailing around the ankle, they’ll look perfect paired with stone-washed jeans when the suns starts to shine and skirts as the weather starts to hot up… Only a few months to wait (SIGH)

What do you think of our top picks? Are their any top trends that you’re forcasting for 2014 that we haven’t mentioned?

Photo credit: Côté Maison




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