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Dua Lipa, Bella Hadid and Oscar Isaac feature in our weekly fashion round-up.

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It is official. Spring has sprung. And, thanks to the recent spell of sunshine we have all been blessed with, many of us are finding ourselves rummaging around in the back of our wardrobes in pursuit of some weather-appropriate ‘fits. With this in mind, this week’s Looks of the Week is dedicated to all things transitional dressing. So, from Bella Hadid to Dua Lipa, head below to enjoy some of the outfits your fave style icons are wearing to welcome in spring…

Bella Hadid schooled us in the art of bridesmaid dressing

Bella Hadid

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Bella Hadid
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With the warmer weather obviously comes the joys of wedding SZN. And, if you should be looking for that perfect dress in which to complete your bridesmaid duties, Bella Hadid just dropped the ultimate inspo on her Instagram. Draped in a floor-length gown, the model was washed over in a dusty blue hue as sophistication was provided by a textured high neck and sleeveless detail. Pastels in Spring? Bella Hadid says they’re groundbreaking.

Miley Cyrus gets our attention

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Teasing her new track “Attention” in true Miley Cyrus style, she certainly gets ours in this electric blue jumpsuit. Taking over the stage on day two of Lollapalooza Chile, she wears the metallic number with a pair of knee-high leather boots — blending her country girl aesthetic with a tinge of rock-star-worthy style. With her eyeshadow glittering in the same vivid cobalt shade, the artists look offers a whole new take on “Midnight Sky”.

Doja Cat serves all the way from Argentina

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Stage costumes are really providing us with the material we needed, with Doja Cat’s latest look providing yet another example. Storming the stage at Lollapalooza Argentina on Saturday night, Doja showcased a strapped suit of armour fit with a black harness-style bralette and metallic magenta pants. Layering the glittery fabric with a black slitted material, Doja serves a subtle intergalactic vibe. Never one to shy away from a daring detail, she crowns the look by layering a fuchsia thong on top and called it a day.

Dua Lipa shows us her off-duty dressing

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The sun brings with it silk scarfs, bodysuits and shades, and Dua Lipa donned all three of these things this week in order to provide you with the ultimate inspo for your Spring wardrobe. Starting up top, the pop sensation wrapped a chocolate and blood-red coloured scarf complete with a swirled pattern over a cap which was met with a pair of thick-lensed bumblebee yellow shades. To ensure that a strong theme prevailed, however, Dua turned to a bodysuit-esque red vest, which effortlessly extended past her jeans. We know what outfit we will be wearing this week!

A moment for Oscar Isaac’s skirt, please

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oscar isaac
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Whilst attending the London premiere of Marvel’s Moon Knight, actor Oscar Isaac commanded the attention of the red carpet in a display of genderless dressing done right. Turning to Thom Browne, the star wore a medium grey jacket with a mid-length pleated skirt from the brand, providing us with a seriously suave look complete with the flash of calf. This is our official petition for Oscar Isaac to wear skirts and skirts only.

Veneda Carter proves mothers knows and dresses best

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Suited in the kind of two-piece we fantasise of wearing to our future parent-teacher meetings, Veneda Carter took to the ‘gram to showcase a linen-coated masterpiece. Printed with a Japanese-inspired pattern complete with burnt orange koi fish, the oversized suit is the ultimate choice for those awkward in-between weather days. Completing the look with a pair of white boxy clogs, Veneda walks into the new season with finesse.

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