Monday nights may be looking a bit dull now that our posh friends have officially checked out of the channel 4 building, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce about their fashion finds and faux pas. Episode 10 broke the records of awkward as Lucy Watson was shipped off to in a villa in Barcelona with her new boyf at the request of her old love interest, Spenny. As if that wasn’t enough, Lucy’s arch enemy and all round psycho chick Phoebe was also invited.
As Spencer sat watching the other cast members like a creepy all-knowing Big Brother, the girls were lounging around in gorgeous bikinis wondering why they had been put in such a weird situation. Lucy’s snake-print swimwear is from southbeachswim.co.uk and has been seen on a handful of other celebs including the beautiful Nicole Scherzinger.
Photo taken from southbeachswim.co.uk
As much as I dislike Tatler’s fashion assistant, I have to say that she looked very glamorous by the poolside (and in the hot tub) in her over-sized hat and lashings of jewellery. Admittedly not the most practical of ensembles on either occasion, but who was it that said fashion is practical? Oh that’s right, nobody ever. Unfortunately her amazing sunnies are by Thierry Lasry (usually around £300) but you can find similar styles on the high-street.
Phoebe’s less evil sidekick Olivia was also looking very chic in her black asymmetric draped skirt. It’s by In Love With Fashion and costs just £28. I couldn’t get a very good screen-shot of the outfit but she styled it with a loose black cami and a statement necklace. Get the skirt here.
After a cheeky kiss and a click of Spencer’s fingers, he secured a relationship with Miss Watson and the crew headed back to Chelsea. Back home Rosie stole my heart in her chic white suit from Olive Clothing and gorgeous accessories from Clare Hynes Jewellery. She styled the suit with these shoes from ASOS and this crop top from Missguided.
Photo taken from Rosie’s blog.
I am now completely in love with Clare Hynes Jewellery. Every piece is so colourful and they may be a bit pricey but as an investment…what do you reckon?! I’m hooked.