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We love an iconic collaboration, especially when it’s as versatile and stylish as the PrettyLittleThing x Molly-Mae Modern Muse edit. Featuring dozens of chic tops, bottoms, dresses, and accessories, the collection exhibits effortless style at its best.

Perfect for an instant wardrobe update that won’t cost a fortune, the PLT x Molly-Mae range is incredibly flattering and insanely affordable — think $7 sunglasses, $37 blazers, and $26 jeans.

Is it any wonder that this sexy dress is selling out fast? 

Elevate any night out with this Bardot-style dress that bares just enough skin for dramatic dazzle. 

The rich chocolate hue is utterly classy — all you need is a statement lip and a signature piece of jewelry to bring it all together for the evening. 


It’s no surprise that the Love Island star has developed such a wearable collection exuding an old-money vibe, as each piece feels subtle in execution yet exudes a sense of upscale sophistication without the matching price tag.

You couldn’t ask for more as you ease into spring, as pieces like a brown houndstooth blazer with padded shoulders pull together a casual look (and keep you warm) in the most nonchalantly chic way possible.

Ready to embrace your inner cowgirl? Molly-Mae’s Western boots will steal your heart for just $34. You can even snap up a coat that looks like it’s straight off the runway for $72. Here are some highlights from

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Some small mishaps could be ruining your entire outfit.Shutterstock

  • Business Insider spoke to stylists about common fashion mistakes people make when they get dressed.

  • One expert said tucking sweaters in all the way around can make your outfit seem bulky and lumpy.

  • Skipping accessories and jewelry can make your look seem plain, according to one stylist.

Unfortunately, it’s easy to unwittingly sabotage your outfit with a single fashion misstep.

But there are also plenty of easy ways you can level up your style game while avoiding wardrobe faux pas.

Here are some of the most common mistakes people make when getting dressed and how to avoid them, according to stylists.

Rolling your sleeves instead of folding them can make your overall look appear sloppy.

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Rolled sleeves can look bulky.Getty/Royalty-Free

TV fashion stylist Dawn Del Russo told Business Insider that rolling isn’t actually the best way to adjust your sleeves.

“Don’t roll your sleeves — fold them. The best rolled-sleeve look is attained when you unbutton the cuff and fold it up two cuff lengths. Then fold the bottom up halfway and fold the cuff over that,” said Del Russo.

Try to remove wrinkles or scuffs before wearing something.

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Removing wrinkles can be pretty easy.Shutterstock

“If you can’t steam it, buff it, or cover it, don’t wear it. Details differentiate the good from the great,” Nicole Russo, a New York-based personal stylist, told BI.

Tucking your sweater or blouse all the way around might make your look appear chunky.

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There’s a right way and wrong way to tuck, according to stylists.Shutterstock

Tucking in your top can be a shortcut to looking polished, but there’s a catch.

“Most people will tuck a top in all around, which creates bulk in weird places. For sweaters, use a skinny

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 Kate Middleton dresses Princess of Wales.

Kate Middleton dresses Princess of Wales.

Kate Middleton made a style switch when it comes to her dresses since becoming the Princess of Wales, according to a royal fashion expert. 

Kate’s dresses have been the talk of royal fashion fans even before she married Prince William back in 2011, becoming future Queen Consort and the then-Duchess of Cambridge.

And having taken on the title of the Princess of Wales following the late Queen Elizabeth II’s death in 2022, Catherine, who is a globally-recognised fashion icon, has made tweaks to her dressing – and a fashion expert has pointed out that there’s a specific type of dress she no longer wears.

Speaking on TikTok in a video that has gained over 3.4 million views, royal style expert and fashion journalist Erin Fitzpatrick highlighted that dresses that fall above the knee are seemingly off the cards for Kate now, with sleek midi dresses being her go-to when she opts for a frock.

“She has stopped wearing above-the-knee dresses,” she said, adding, “She used to wear short dresses all the time.”

“Since she became the Princess of Wales last year, she’s not been photographed in any dresses or skirts above the knee. She wears exclusively midi length” Erin continued.

With short dresses now out for Kate, tights no longer appear to be a winter essential for her either.

“She’s stopped wearing these opaque tights she used to wear quite often. This is in line with the fact that she doesn’t wear above the knee dresses or skirts anymore,” Erin went on to explain.

Kate Middleton dresses Princess of Wales

Kate Middleton dresses Princess of Wales

When it comes to cold weather, the Princess of Wales now favours the likes of longline dresses, skirts and coats or opts for straight-leg trousers as her new fashion staples.

Fashion expert Miranda

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Back to timeless trenches and those outstanding transitional-outerwear offerings: This fall nothing is as essential to capsule-wardrobe dressing as Zara’s cropped shearling jacket. Styling-wise, wear the It item with Mango’s knit maxidress and little black booties from COS. Also from Zara: The brand’s classic khaki trench is another certified wardrobe essential, worn best with Alex Mill’s oversized turtleneck and trouser-esque leggings from The Frankie Shop. Speaking of notable knits, a cozy cardigan from Massimo Dutti or Mango is the undeniable centerpiece of any minimalist-outfit formula. Wear with a pair of sleek jeans or leather pants for a look that errs on the edgier side.

Looking for a delightfully fresh way to style your denim this fall? The Frankie Shop’s overshirt with a matching maxiskirt from Rag & Bone fits the bill—and in an affordable way. Tailoring essentials—like Citizens of Humanity’s sleek suit vest, two-tone trousers from COS, and a plaid blazer from Everlane—are other chic outfit additions to consider. This fall, the more minimalist the merrier. Get the quiet-luxury look below, and shop 12 affordable minimalist outfits—all for under $300.

The Statement Red Turtleneck Top With a Clean-Line Maxiskirt

Statement red clothing is the top trend of fall—and all eyes are on Simkhai’s sheer turtleneck top. Styling-wise, pair the covetable shade with Reformation’s clean-line maxiskirt and COS’s shiny moon bag. And Mango’s crystal-embellished ballet flats prove that sometimes less is really more.


Velora layered tulle bodysuit


rhinestone ballerina flats


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The Timeless Trench With a Trouser-esque Legging

For easy, effortless outfit elevation, nothing can beat a timeless trench coat. Style yours from Zara with Alex Mill’s roomy knit turtleneck and a pair of trouser-esque leggings from The Frankie Shop.

Alex Mill

Betty merino turtleneck sweater

The Frankie Shop

Reya ribbed stretch-jersey flared leggings


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