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Friday, 12 October 2012

Friday Feature: Pop Ya Collar

1. Jada: £10.00 - Boohoo, 2. Ivy: £10.00 - Boohoo, 3. Jodie: £10.00 - Boohoo, 4. Leather look: £8.99 - New Look


Want to toughen up an outfit or update your nine to five blouse? Then grab yourself a bargain in one of these spiked collars. Stick to gold and silver hues for a cool contrast against whiter than white whites and midnight black. Let the collar do the talking by keeping any other accessories to a minimum.
5. Pearl: £20.00 - ASOS, 6. Laser Cut: £16.00 - Topshop, 7. Silver Diamante: £12.99 - New Look, 8. Pleated: £12.50 - Topshop


With Christmas creeping up on us, it means it's time to prepare our party pieces. Cut costs by re-working last year's LBD with one of these delicate and detailed collars. Go classic in pearls, on-trend in laser cut, glam in diamante or my favourite, this beautiful Topshop piece which has old-school opulence written all over it!
9. Leopard Print: £18.00 - River Island, 10. Dark Brown: £18.00 - River Island, 11. Black: £16.00 - Dorothy Perkins, 12. Cream: £16.00 - Dorothy Perkins



And the no brainer this season is a faux fur collar. Transform your summer coat through seasons and keep out the chill with a cosy and chic collar. Satin ribbon and pearl detailing adds a fresh take on the accessory.




No Usher, I'm not referring to your 90s hit, but the accessory trend that's heating up while the weather's cooling down. A collar is a quick and easy way to update an old outfit, switch your look from day to night attire or just have fun with your clothing. Three key collar investments? A faux fur collar for your cosy coat when Winter kicks in, a shirt collar to update a classic white or black blouse, and a dress collar to transform a plain dress into something much more. These collars will have you working a whole new wardrobe at the fraction of a price!

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