‘Made in Chelsea’s’ Millie, a glamourous one to watch!

You may have seen Made in Chelsea, the storylines might be slightly contrived and some of the people just hideous – (Rosie and Victoria), but there is some great style and most of it comes from Millie Mackintosh. From the family who invented Quality Street, make up intern at Glamour magazine and now the face of denim boutique Donna Ida, I think Millie is one to watch on the style radar. I just love her casual outfits which are always on trend and whether she’s wearing High Street, Designer or Gorgeous Couture she always looks fabulous, here’s a flavour:

  

  

As you can see Millie dresses girly and stylish but still has an edge, she’s not afraid to take risks such as wearing leather hot pants or a bare midriff and with her gorgeous figure she can definitely pull it off.

Millie often goes for quite a natural look with her caramel hair and neutral make up tones with a bronzed glow so it’s no wonder Belgravia denim boutique Donna Ida have used Millie for the face of their brand this season, check out the fabulous photoshoot images.

  

I actually love the styling of these images, the clothes are so wearable but still stylish and fashion forward. Here’s some more of Millie’s Made in Chelsea style:

The perfect combination of girly chic with a bit of smart tailoring and some glam, Millie’s wardrobe is every girls dream! Get some of Millie’s style at:

www.girlmeetsdress.com

www.gorgeouscouture.com

www.donnaida.com

I think she could potentially be a new British style icon in the making and definitely one to watch! XOXO

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3 thoughts on “‘Made in Chelsea’s’ Millie, a glamourous one to watch!

  1. I love her! She’s always looks so polished, and yet somehow casual. Anyone else get extreme jealousy for that orange leather jacket she was wearing a few weeks back?
    And Rose and Victoria are horrendous. I don’t understand them.
    Great post!

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