Lucy watson : Made In Chelsea Episode 4 Style Notes. Week four of the latest season of Made in Chelsea provided the most drama yet but the outfits this week were honestly a little disappointing! With the guys camping and the girls at a spa everything was very casual and understated, less glam than we’re used too that’s for sure. That being said there are always a few style tips we can steal from our Chelsea girls to make ourselves feel that bit more chic and here’s this week’s best.
The first look that caught my eye was Lucy’s tartan dress and leather jacket look. With a white shirt collar, Lucy managed to add preppy and girly detail to the punk trend. Tartan is popping up everywhere this season so copying this look should not be a problem and with Primark selling a very similar version of this dress there really is no excuse. If you don’t want to go for a dress, Phoebe also wore a tartan skirt in this episode, keep it simple with a plain top and add a statement necklace for instant punk style points!
Statement necklaces made a huge appearance this week, worn with everything from jumpers to crop tops. Chelsea girls know how to easily make an outfit instantly glamourous. Rosie wore my favourite look with a statement necklace in this episode with a crop top (with attached necklace for even more minimal effort) from River Island. The contrast between the orange and white instantly makes a statement and the look is very 60’s and classy. Sadly only a black version is left in the sale so grab it while you can. Rosie wore this simply with jeans and grey pumps but this top could easily be dressed up with a skirt and heels, perfect for a night out with the girls!
Finally my favourite look of the night came again from Lucy, mastering another trend in a velvet crop top form American Apparel. Velvet is another huge trend this winter with amazing dresses appearing in H&M, New Look and on misguided right now, perfect for adding a bit of gothic glam to the party season. For a cheaper crop top suitable for a student budget check missguided.co.uk or boohoo.com. Lucy wore hers with some sequined shorts from Miss Selfridge, New Look shoes and a chunky gold necklace from Topshop. I have to admit I thought she looked sensational and this is a look I am definitely going to copy for a night out soon. Once again Lucy has shown us that we don’t always need designer clothing to be worthy of the SW3 postcode and that is exactly why she’s my Chelsea style icon of the week.