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my-wardrobe's spring/summer style guide

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As if shopping on the web wasn't super convenient already, online fashion go-to my-wardrobe.com have just launched a handy digital Style Guide in which they reveal their top tips for the coming fashion season.

Launched as part of the website's 5th anniversary, the Style Guide shares 100 things you need to know for the spring/summer season (from the rules of colour-blocking to how to wear ‘70s-style fringe) through beautiful photography, shared style secrets from fashion insiders like Melanie Rickey and useful shopping suggestions.

Even better, as the Style Guide is 112 pages long, it covers plenty of micro-trends like mixed-metal jewellery and cat-eye glasses, making it a must-have accessory in its own right.

The Style Guide is free to view online at my-wardrobe.com/styleguide, and any customer who spends over £300 is in for a special treat as they’ll be sent a hard copy in the post.

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