Need Some Inspo?

Not sure what style to ask for? Here's some of our highly requested styles compiled onto Pinterest boards. Feel free to email a link to us or paste a link to your style form for your stylist to see! 

Style 1 - Everyday with an Edge (think leopard print, graphic tees, leather jackets but styled for everyday wear.) 

Style 2 - Preppy Retro (think tweed, mini skirts, collars) 


Style 3 - Corsets & Tailoring (think suits and blazers, but necessarily safe for work) 

Style 4 - Retro & Earthy (think knitwear, earth tones, vintage pieces, corduroy) 

Style 5 - Mossy Grunge (think loose knits, midi skirts, greens and browns and slightly grunge) 

Style 6 - Kidcore(think Lucy & Yak, colourful, fun, dungarees, graphic tops, sweatshirts) 

Style 7 - Cosy Core (think cardigans, ditsy florals, easy, feminine and comfy) 

Style 8 - Autumnal boho (think 70s boho inspired, but orange tones, paisley, maxi skirts) 

Style 9 - Autumnal celestial (think autumnal tones, celestial or botanical graphic tees, paired with corduroy) 

Style 10 - 90s Inspired (think Rachel or Monica from Friends, baggy denim dungarees, midi skirts or graphic tops) 

Style 11 - Chanel Inspired (think tweed, mini skirts, blazers) 

Style 12 - Neutral Menswear (think basics, sweatshirts, shirts and nice cuts) 

Style 13 - Modernised Twee (think Zoey Deschanel from New Girl, skater skirts and collars) 

Style 14 - Layered autumnal/winter (think tailored coats, chunky scarves, neutrals and staple knitwear) 

Style 15- Dark Academia (think knitwear, midi skirts, boots or loafers, satchel bags) 

Style 16 - Cottagecore (think feminine dresses, ditsy florals, milkmaid tops) 


Style 17 - Everyday basics (think skinny jeans, comfy tops and oversized cardigans or denim jackets) 

Style 18 - Maximalist Arty (think more is more) 

Style 19 - Copenhagen Street Style (think Ganni, Damson Madder, gingham, pops of colour, sweater vests or gilet tops) 

Style 20 - Tailored Maximalism (think bright colours but with high rise trousers and tailoring) 

Style 21 - 70s Maximalism (think true vintage, embroidery, bold colours) 

Style 22 - Elevated Neutrals (think staple items but with interesting shirring, detailing or texture) 

Style 23 - Witchy 90s (think Phoebe Buffay from Friends, maxi dresses, knitwear, witchy jewellery) 

Style 24 - Maximalist Florals (think jewel tones and florals) 

Style 25 - Elevated dark academia (think tweed mini skirts, brown tones, heels, and waistcoats) 

Style 26 - Maximalist Femme (think bold colours but feminine dresses and skirts) 

Style 27 - Tailored Monochrome (think high quality staple items without much detail or colour) 

Style 28 - Retro inspired summer (think summer staples paired with graphic retro tees and bucket hats) 

Style 29 - Relaxed Coachella (think mini dresses paired with cowboy boots) 

Style 30 - Wearable 70s (think boho embroidery and bell sleeves paired with high rise wide leg jeans or flares) 

Style 31 - Relaxed summer, earthy neutrals (think linen earthy neutrals and co-ords) 

Style 32 - Elevated streetwear (think gymwear but styled for a day out) 

Style 33 - Bubblegum 90s (think vintage pieces, low rise, diamentes, kitten heels) 

Style 34 - Goblincore (think green and brown tiered skirts, corduroy shorts and dungarees, loose or oversized knitwear) 

Style 35 - Grandpa Colour Block (think primary colours and gingham prints, paired with a grandpa jumper) 

Style 36 - Comfy Neutrals (think comfy items, mom jeans, staple knitwear) 

Style 37 - Colourful retro goblincore (think quirky bright vintage knitwear, extra points for mushrooms!) 

Style 38 - 70s inspired menswear (think wide leg and high waisted trousers, casual Harry-Styles inspired) 

Style 39 - Practical & Bold (think bright mustards and greens with some fun patterns, but high rise trousers and practical tops) 

Style 40 - Alt Grunge (think buckles and black, check prints, cargos or mini skirts)