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This Week’s Style List: Issue 206

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  • Tech Head

    £2.50 per month (from)

    Feel the urge to build your own website? Now you can buy one in a box.

  • On Reflection


    Iridescent fabrics will be big next season – get in first with these Zoe Dragonfly brogues.

  • Pretty Pout


    The hyaluronic acid in the ballet-pink In Love Volumizer moisturises and plumps your lips.

  • Green with Envy


    It’s Kermit-green. It’s satin. It’s a cropped car coat. It shouldn’t work but totally does.

  • Opening Lines


    Broke With Expensive Taste is the debut album by electro-rap queen Azealia Banks.

  • Rosy Glow

    £46 for 60ml edp

    Cocoon yourself in Balmain’s Extatic with notes of rose and night jasmine.

  • Golden Threads


    The chilly temperatures don’t seem so bad when your trousers are full of sunshine.

  • Feeling Flush


    The peachy-pink New Attitude blush from the Final Cut collection will be a sell-out.

  • Boil and Bubble


    With its retro colour, making a cup of tea will be a joy thanks to De’Longhi’s sleek kettle.

  • In The Pink


    Punk lives on with Mac’s Pigment in Magenta Madness. Go hard or go home.

  • Full of Fluff


    Selfridges’ raspberry, chocolate and hazelnut marshmallows are simply joy in a packet.

  • Brass Band


    With two weeks until Valentine’s Day, we’re already dropping hints about this elegant ring.

  • Bling Ring


    Jewelled perspex was all over the s/s 2014 runways – why should you miss out?

  • Desk Study


    The minimalist Cornell desk is the ideal place to write that novel you always dreamt about.

  • Leather Lover


    This sky-blue midi-length leather skirt will be a staple of your spring wardrobe.

  • Soak It Up


    Select from a range of Dulux shades and your new tub will match your towels.

  • Sing The Blues


    Toughen up a crisp white shirt with this denim top, perfect for a weekend away.

  • Looking Dishy


    Cold weather means hearty British food and Denby’s single portion dish means no sharing.

  • Inner Peace


    With over 150 tips, this book will add a little calm to your morning commute.

  • The Good Oil


    The shea butter in Fabulous Oil keeps skin at optimum hydration levels for 24 hours.

  • Top of the Pops


    Joe and Seph’s popcorn comes in 32 flavours, including Peanut Satay and Gin and Tonic.

  • Shape Shifter


    This Bauhaus-inspired geometric chair and footstool are a colour clash made in heaven.

  • Print Queen


    Mary Katrantzou’s scenic window prints let you pretend you’re in warmer climates.

  • Skin Saviour


    Too many martinis? Super Acids X-Treme Hangover Mask rescues morning-after skin.

  • Ski Bunny


    Summer is a long way off, so hit the slopes in these ski goggles and get some winter sun.

  • Great Scots


    Sunshine On Leith, the film of the show based on The Proclaimers’ songs, is now on DVD.


  • Magic Potion


    Bid farewell to dry skin with the apricot butter in Premier Cru La Crème Riche.

  • What A Corker


    Celebrate the end of dry January and pop the cork of the poshest bottle on the shelf.

  • Brogue Element


    Wild and Wolf for Ted Baker’s notebook was inspired by a classic pair of brogues.

  • Floral Notes


    Flaunt the art-meets fashion look in Preen by Thornton Bregazzi’s jersey dress.

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