Bright, kitsch and on-trend, acrylic jewellery is fast becoming a style must have. Laser cutting makes almost any shape possible, and when you can choose from a range of neon bright acrylics it's even more fun for the style conscious. Most sellers will even allow you to come up with your own design so your jewellery looks like no other. However if you lack the creative mind yourself to come up with anything as exciting as these examples, then we've included all the details of where to buy them!
For those of you who have caught the ever increasing mustache fever that seems to be going around the fashion world, maybe you would like a twist on the trend with this hot pink version. You can purchase this from Paper Doll Hawaii.
Likewise on the weird and wonderful track you can find these gorgeous and extremely clever laser cut rings at Lickety Cut. Most of the rings you will find from this shop, like the Ramen ring above, are actually made from three different pieces so that they create incredible layered effects. I strongly recommend looking them up!
For something a little more darkly beautiful try this Black Pegasus necklace from Indomina, it's engraved for extra detail, and looks a little couture.
And finally if you're look is more super modern this geometric Star Burst Necklace from Echo Boomers will look incredible against a sleek black dress, why not try pulling your hair back into a chic bun too to really show this piece off?
The suit is one of the main bases of male fashion, but although men have limited options compared to women, the suit is one of the most versatile fashion pieces out there. Whether buttoned up or deconstructed, it's the start of power dressing. If you prefer a casual look, you can wear elements of a suit with casual accessories such as a t-shirt with a blazer, or a crisp white shirt with jeans; juxtaposing smart with casual creates a striking fashion effect. If you're going for a full three-piece suit why not try mixing and matching prints and colours; wear a bright blue waistcoat against a black blazer and accessorise it by picking out the same bright colour in a handkerchief in your front pocket, or the detail on your shoes. Play about with texture too; a tweed jacket can look great with smart cotton pants, but you have to experiment to find out what works with your stature. A longer blazer may be flattering on a model but will it look great on your shape and height?