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The Worlds of Fashion and Interiors Collide

My-Wardrobe Mood Board

1. White Liberty Botanical Print Full Skirt: £295, Vivienne Westwood Anglomania,
2. Beauté Mystique Black Glass Console Table: £245; Twisted Table in Aluminium: £220.
3. Fluoro Yellow Lace Sleeveless Peplum Top: £215, MSGM, 4. Fashion Forward Cube: £140.
5. Sexy Rexy Black Chandelier: £225. 6. Tiana Boudoir Cushion: £40; 7. Axelle's Pretty Throw: £70.
8. Eggshell Matt Sequin Pump: £355, McQ Alexander McQueen. 9. Nude Sabine Gathered Neck Shift Dress: £395, Goat. 10. Colourblock Pencil Skirt: £190, DKNY all

The fashion world and the trends that inspire us all to buy that new monochrome jump suit or those fluro pink sandals have never been so fitting with the world of interiors than this season.

I, like most of the my-wardrobe team, have a passion for interiors as well as just my own wardrobe. I like nothing better than to update a room with a new lamp, rug or new wallpaper to give it a fresh new appeal.

Just a few select pieces such as a new vase, some pretty scatter cushions, or a French mirror can update and transform a room for the new season, and you can take your inspiration from classic French style furniture to more modern contemporary design.

This season the fashion and interiors worlds have collided as my shopping list for both wardrobe and home as been filled with things that fit the monochrome, brights, prints and summer neutrals themes that we saw on the catwalk.

From the monchrome striped wall paper in my bathroom and a black glass chandelier, to a grey alpaca throw for my sofa and bright glasses for my garden table setting.

This has been coupled with my black and white monochrome skirt from DKNY, which is perfect for work, my white McQ pointed pumps to go with a pair of this season's boyfriend jeans, a nude pleated collar dress by Joseph, a yellow fluro lace peplum top by MSGM and a bold printed A line skirt by Vivienne Westwood Anglomania.

All designers take inspiration from the world around them and that world isn't as big as we all think it is.

Author: Lauren Stevenson, PR Director,

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