Check out behind the scenes from the boohoo A/W TV advert
We went along to the next TV shoot to give you a sneak peek of the action. Focusing on the key trends on the season, including Heritage, Gothic and Mod Life. We love the owl print jumpers and peplum skirts. Which one is your favourite?
From dip-dyed skirts to ombre hair, the dip-dye trend has been everywhere this season, and it’s still going strong for Autumn. Luckily, it’s also a perfect easy DIY technique to update your wardrobe with! I’ve been seeing some gorgeous dip-dyed jumpers around that are taking the trend into the colder months, so on today’s DIY I thought I’d share my super-easy tips to make your own at home. This is a perfect way to add a splash of individuality to one of this season’s jumpers so I went for one of my favourite boohoojumpers, The Tori Studded Cross Sweat Top
2. Which key designers have influenced this trend this season and in the past?
This is a very London trend sparked by Louise Gray and Meadham Kirchhoff - heavily influenced by street kids, club kids and japanese styling. Hitting the 90s rave trend alongside clashing prints and intense colours this trend is of the zeitgeist and is ultimately a very girly and feminine trend - saved from being sickly sweet or hilarious with clever styling and worn with an attitude. It’s like playing dress up in real life and just having fun.
While it is still wet, sprinkle the caviar pearls over your nail until it is covered to the pattern you desire. (Don’t forget to put something underneath your nail for any excess pearls, this way you can use the funnel provided and place back into your bottle of caviar pearls!)
Repeat on each finger to complete the caviar look.
For best results, leave to dry for 15-20 minutes and apply a topcoat around the edges of your nails so they stay on for longer.
Volia! Everyone will think that you have dipped your talons in hundreds and thousands! Yummy!
Since Laura, our boohoo competition winner won her very own boohoo car, I’m sure many of you have seen flashes of pink as she drives around the country. But this week is a special week both for Laura and the boohoo car as Laura takes part in another car rally. However this is no ordinary car rally, it is a PINK car rally! So keep a look out, as Laura drives in the car rally.
However Laura isn’t do this for just the fun of it, she wants to raise as much money as possible for the Little Princess Trust, a charity that provides real-hair wigs, free of charge, to boys and girls that have lost their own hair through cancer treatment and other illnesses. Laura is welcoming any donations that you can donate through her JUSTGIVING page. Alternatively you can now text your sponsors - all you need to do is text ‘PCRA88’ and the amount e.g. £1 to 70070.
She’s never been one to do things by half has she? When lady gaga decided to wear dogtooth, she was never just going to team a simple dogtooth skirt with a black blazer - she took it to the extreme wearing the pattern from head to toe.
She had the print on her hat, sunglasses, jacket, skirt, bag and shoes. But she didn’t just stop at her clothes and accessories. She’d even gone as far as to have the print painted onto her nails and her left leg! Only Gaga..
Shop our dogtooth collection now, where you’ll find dogtooth leggings, dresses, blazers and coats.
This week we’re all about Mod Life at Boohoo as the trend is being splashed over the catwalks! We’re bringing the swinging 60’s back and looking to true style icons such as Twiggy for inspiration, choosing key staple pieces to bring your 60’s inspired outfit together. Look like you’ve just stepped off the catwalk in this blazer!
This week we’ve launched over 20 stunning nail varnishes to make your fingers look beautiful! We decided to test them out in true style on our studded boots for a bit of fun! From shocking fuschia to classic grey, there’s a colour for everyone. Try our new magnetise nail varnishes for a funky effect, or if you prefer something brighter try our glitters range for nails that dazzle or our classic range for a pop of colour.
To shop our collection of nail varnishes click here.
Ever wondered how to get the 60s classic, the beehive? Well our expert hair team have come up with a simple how to guide so you can get to looks in no time! Whether you want a more relaxed look like Kim Kardashian’s loose beehive or if you want to go for a more formal beehive up do, read on to find out how!
Start off by using a fine bristle brush to back comb the hair at the top of your crown. Use a strong hold hairspray to hold the beehive at the roots. Start back combing at the roots and then go almost to the end of the strand for some real lift.
Separate a centre or side parting in the middle of your head just 2cm in from your face and start smoothing sections of hair down with a brush.
Start pulling the beehive into place with your hands.
Secure the beehive by twisting the section of hair over on itself to make sure it won’t move
Start pinning it in place with kirby grips and voila you have a beehive a la Kim Kardashian.
Pull out some loose bits around your face to soften the look and there you have it a beehive two ways!
If you want your hair in a up do up like Adele’s, read on…
Gather your hair into a low ponytail and secure with a hair tie
Wrap a strand of hair around the hair tie to cover it over
Secure the piece of hair under the pony with one or two kirby grips