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Uncategorized / December 9, 2017

Ted Baker is no stranger to a flowery print, and this Tincon shopper, £39, would look great dressing up basic jeans.Nica’s ‘Maggie’ print captures the stylised florals that were all over the catwalk, for £45.Colour comes into the picture with Burberry’s bright, book cover-inspired clutches on the catwalk, and there is a distinctly bookish approach to Versace’s totes, plastered in pen compartments, and Anya Hindmarch’s back-to-school pencil case clutch, £895, too.A rather more affordable version comes from Not On The High Street, where book-inspired clutches cost £42, or for something really special, Olympia Le-Tan has hand-embroidered box clutches with Disney book covers from around £1,000.These are distinctly tongue-in-cheek, of course, but they look great with bluestocking fashion — simple, slightly gawky dresses, preppy cropped trousers and crisp fitted T-shirts. If bright hues are not your bag, fear not: monochrome is more fashionable than ever, with stripes and spots all over the catwalks.Armani was a strong advocate for bold monochrome contrasts, but on the High Street it’s one of the easiest-to-find looks, from LK Bennett’s giant-dot Kenzie tote, £225 , to Marks & Spencer’s strong striped tote, £39.50, which wouldn’t look out of place in My Fair Lady’s Ascot scene.Avoid pairing…